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Greenhouse Class - Orthopraxy: Living Christian

What must one know to live the Christian life? Some mistakenly believe that knowledge and understanding is not needed to live well for Christ. Even those of us who do believe it is necessary fail in our execution for lack of knowledge or the misappropriation of it. This last series of classes in the GreenHouse Class are designed to help you grow up in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. This growth precedes living in a manner that is pleasing to God. That is why the Apostle Paul labored for “knowledge that accords with godliness” (Titus 1.1) among the churches.

The class covers three areas of the Christian life - The Building Blocks for True Spirituality, The Quest for True Spirituality and The Outworking of True Spirituality.  There are 24 class topics. But each topic will take two weeks. The first week is the lecture and the second is the lab. That is, we will teach the topic the first week and talk about it the next Sunday. It begins Sept 8 at 9:15am. Childcare is provided for children under 48 months.



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Berean Community Church Conference

Relationships and the Cross

The work of Christ’s Cross is presently and uniquely displayed in two relationships - the family and the church. The mundane and the eternal collide in the relational nature of life and discipleship. They reflect the character of God and His gospel through saints who are still sinners. This grand and difficult duty displays Christ’s High Priestly ministry and the Spirit’s power. However essential, it is not easy and does not come naturally. How, then, do we glorify God in these ordained and supremely important relationships of family and church? We learn and practice.



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Shepherd Groups Begin

Small Group Meetings Designed to Increase Congregational Ministry of the Word to One Another through Building and Strengthening Relationships

Shepherd Groups begin on October 13th. They aim to achieve the New Testament exhortation to minister to one another because we are members of one another. Shepherd Groups will meet twice a month, on the second and fourth Sunday nights of the month. They are generally arranged by region. Each Shepherd Group will be lead by an elder and another man. Together they will share the responsibility of leading the lesson and discussion. Each meeting will begin with prayer, 30 minutes of Bible study with the rest of the meeting left open to spend time with one another. The meetings will be in the homes of those in the group. Each group will decide how childcare will work. The accent of the teaching will be applicational in nature. Prayer time will center on petitions for one another.



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