Spring Semester 2
The Spring 2021 session of CrossLife University will consist of six classes beginning Wednesday, March 24.
Replicate, Tim & Nan Dix, 6:00-7:00 p.m., CLC-201
A practical guide to creating and sustaining a culture of discipleship.
Evangelism & the Gospel: A Study of Biblical Heroes, Kevin Matlock, 6:00-7:00 p.m., WC-219
Unpack the models of evangelism laid out in scripture and discover an individual strategy for sharing your faith in a post-COVID world.
Precepts. Irene Odom, 6:00-8:00 p.m., WC-231
Women’s Bible study and group discussion.
GriefShare, Donna Moore, 6:00-7:30 p.m., WC-227
Help and encouragement are offered after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. We understand how you feel because we’ve been in the same place. We will walk with you on the long path through grief toward healing and hope for the future.
New Testament Survey, Ryan Ritchie, 7:00-8:00 p.m., CLC-201
A walk through the entire New Testament in 8 weeks. Learn the essential cultural and historical background and carefully examine the content of each book.
Spiritual Gifts, Doug Osborn, 7:00-8:00 p.m., WC-219
Do you know what your Spiritual Gift is? God has uniquely gifted you to play a big role in the Body of Christ. So join us for 8 weeks as we learn how to discover, develop and deploy your distinctive gift.
Men’s Bible Study, JT Toavs, 7:00-8:00 p.m., WC-221
With Pastor Mercer
God has called every believer to influence others, to be salt and light. The Leadership Class will equip you to improve your leadership and inspire others. You will discover the biblical foundation of leadership as the principles and practices taught are for everyday leaders in every walk of life.
With Doug Osborn
Did you know the Old Testament contains more than 2/3 of the text of the Bible? Did you realize the Old Testament timeline covers thousands of years of history and tells us the stories of people whose lives still affect world events today? Are you familiar with the Old Testament prophets that describe in detail the characteristics of the Messiah and the events that happen when He comes, hundreds of years before they take place? Have you ever read the Old Testament books of poetry and wisdom literature that contain inspirational and instructional passages we still use today to inspire, comfort and inform our lives during life events and are ubiquitous in both classic and contemporary literary works? From the description of Creation in Genesis to the last book of the Old Testament, the book of Malachi, the Old Testament contains stories and teachings that can inform, inspire and transform your life.
With Pastor Mercer
We are called to share the gospel everywhere we live, work, play and go. The present call for social distancing makes that more difficult. While sharing a booklet or diagram is a great visual to use to present the gospel, it’s difficult to do during these times.
That is why we have put together a 4-part video series on “The Gospel Conversation.” We will show you how to transition to a gospel conversation, share your gospel story, share the actual gospel and how to follow-up in the relationship after the gospel is shared. All total, these 4 video sessions will take less than an hour of your time. So, tune in!
With Doug Osborn
Join us for Old Testament Survey 2 as we pick up where we left off learning about Israel’s time in the promised land. Come with us on this journey as we walk through the times of Judges, the books of poetry and wisdom literature that we still use today, and learn what God’s people had to endure in the time of Malachi. From the description of Creation in Genesis to the last book of the Old Testament, the book of Malachi, the Old Testament contains stories and teachings that can inform, inspire and transform your life.
During these eight classes, we are going to uncover biblical parenting principles to help us create and understand God’s big picture view of parenting. We’re talking to parents from various backgrounds in order to have a diversity of experience and application from all perspectives on the parenting spectrum. We’ll tell stories, read scripture, laugh, and cry together as we try to get down to the heart of parenting.