ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Here at Lakes, Sunday School is part of our foundational ministry from the children through adults. The purpose of our Sunday School is expressed in the words of Paul to the Colossian believers. “We proclaim Christ, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone perfect in Christ” (Colossians 1:28).
Classes meet during both the 9:00 service hour and the 10:45 service hour. Adults are given the opportunity in our adult elective program to choose from studies about books of the Bible, topical studies with doctrinal or theological focuses, or marriage and family classes which focus on encouraging parents in their relationship with one another and with their children.
For further information regarding our Sunday School, please contact Pastor Darryl Gross.
Ambassador Class – 9:00am
The Ambassador Class is taught by Roger Cox. This class is beginning a new study in Acts. Dr. Luke begins the Book of Acts where he left off in his gospel – Luke. The Book of Acts records the initial fulfillment of the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20 as it traces the beginning and growth of the New Testament church. Acts also records the rapid expansion of the gospel beginning in Jerusalem and spreading throughout the Roman Empire. Join them at 9:00am in the Superior Room.
College & Career – 9:00am
Mike Zielinski meets with the college age class in the “Ministry House” next door. This class is designed to give our young adults an opportunity to engage and discuss the Bible and learn how to use the Bible to discover answers. They encourage open conversation and discussion throughout the class. They are beginning a study in Isaiah 53 using John MacArthur’s book The Gospel Accordiing to God.
Family Class – 9:00am
Ron Moore is leading the Family Class that meets in the library each week at 9:00am. A new study has begun on Hospitality. This class is using a book by Rosaria Butterfield entitled The Gospel Comes with a House Key: Practicing Radically Ordinary Hospitality in Our Post-Christian World. Join them at 9:00am in the library.
Living Stones – 10:45am
This class will embark on a verse by verse study of the epistle of James; examining the relationship of faith to works, the steadfastness and godly character produced by a proper response to trials, and the need for prayerful dependence on the Holy Spirit in order to lead a life pleasing to God. Al Nettleingham’s class meets in the Superior room and will benefit both young and mature in the faith.
Young Adults – 10:45am
Jim & Kathy Haglund are leading this class that works through topical and biblical studies relative to young adults and young couples. They are currently discussing parenting. The class is intentional in developing mentoring relationships that are biblical and practical. You will find this class in the Library at 10:45am.
Digging Deeper – 10:45am
A small group discussion for ESL and those who want to have a better understanding of the morning message. This class meets in the Michigan room. See the Joel & Susan Peters or Kevin & Stephanie Strehlow to see if this class is a fit for you.
Women’s Bible Study – 10:45am
Rachel Frantz teaches the women’s class in the Huron Room on the main level. In March she will be doing a mini-series study on the book of Esther culminating in a Purim celebration.
Starting the first Sunday in April, the class will begin a new study on the writings of Jesus’ earthly half-brothers, James and Jude.