Rethinking Sexuality: God's Design and Why It Matters

Many Christians today assume that sexuality is a topic that God doesn’t have much to say about (or at least anything relevant). As a result, our society’s sexual understanding has been largely developed by secular culture rather than the church. The church needs to view sexuality as more than a problem to be solved – it is a territory to be reclaimed.

This 7-week study is based on the book “Rethinking Sexuality,” by Dr. Juli Slattery. While the book goes into much greater depth, our study aims to begin healthy discussion around biblical sexuality by building a theology of sexuality and exploring how to talk about relevant sexual issues. We will also discuss why reclaiming the biblical narrative of sexuality is so critical to reaching the world and equipping God’s people.
Class outline:
● Week 1: Sexual Discipleship
● Week 2: Every Sexual Issue is a Spiritual Issue
● Week 3: The Gospel is Written Within Our Sexuality
● Week 4: We Are All Sexually Broken
● Week 5: God Invites Us to Pursue Sexual Wholeness
● Week 6: Truth and Love Must Coexist
● Week 7: Change Begins with You

Led by:  Zach & Sarah McDonald
When: Sunday Mornings 9am (beginning 1.8.23)
Where: Cornerstone Room (northeast corner of our building)


Come study the Book of Philippians with teacher Lonnie Hofer.
The book of Philippians is a practical book and has a lot to say about how we are to live our Christian lives. We will delve into topics such as how to adjust our thinking in order to please God, how to control our behavior, and how to live with joy in the midst of suffering. We will discuss what it means to “work out our salvation with fear and trembling” and how to live in such a way as to hear a “Well Done” at our final evaluation.
This class will meet at 10:45 a.m. (during the second Worship Service) in the Cornerstone Room.  Older children are welcome to attend this class with their parents.