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Adult education opportunities

The Discipleship / Adult Education Ministry Team plans various classes that are offered at ACC.  Our goal is for everyone to mature as a follower of Jesus Christ as they develop both Bible knowledge and skills for Christian living.

  • Sunday School -- 9:30 Am

    Standard Lesson Class: This course is based on a six year cycle that covers the entire Bible.  Our focus this Spring will be Acknowledging God.  Most of us are familiar with the child's mealtime prayer, "God is great, God is good; let us thank Him for our food."  That prayer expresses a truth that is worth remembering and honoring in adulthood as well as childhood:  God is indeed great.  That greatness is on display in our studies this quarter.  Taught by George Cornell, Jerry Wacker & Rick Lund

    Journeys Class:  Study of Isaiah:  Come join us if you've ever wondered about exactly what a Prophet is, what they do, and why one named Isaiah is sometimes called the "Prince of the Prophets."  While Isaiah's book is very long (66 chapters!), we'll look at why it was written and the main themes in this, the 2nd most quoted book by New Testament writers.  Finally, we'll briefly touch on the future picture Isaiah gives about God's Kingdom and what that means for you!  Taught by Mark LaPlaca & Brent Adams

    The Sanctuary Class:  This is a class for people who are ready to start digging into their Bibles.  We'll continuewith the book of Acts -- how all the churches began.  Bring your Bible and we'll have some great discussion while you meet some other friendly folks at ACC.  If you feel like you know nothing about the Bible, this class is for you! Taught by Jim Conner, Sr. Minister

    Devoted Hearts (Women's Class):   In January, we will start a study by Priscilla Shirer called "Discerning the Voice of God." As we refocus our hearts in the new year, we'll discover the root to clear and daily communication with God -- humble obedience.  All ladies are invited to join us each week at 9:30 AM.   Taught by Cathy Groen

  • wednesday evening -- 6:30 PM

    Bible Basics -- Finding Your Way Around the New Testament: We're through the Old Testament and on to the New Testament looking at the Christ in prophecy and His church and how that affects us.  Taught by David Miller

    Women's Study -- "No Other Gods" video and discussion series by Kelly Minter is what we will be studying.  We often think of idols as ancient graven images or golden calves, but God's people still battle idolatry every day.  Our idols look more familiar -- money, fame, power, work, ministry, and people.  In this session, we will learn to identify the gods you may be unknowingly serving and the lies they tell you.  Taught by Rhonda Jensen

    Men's Study -- Manhood Journey:  When a group of men commit all of who they are to becoming men of God and following God's call for their lives, they can create a powerful force for good in our world.  When men join with other motivated men, they can be God-inspired agents for change who meet the challenges that confront them.  Our study, called "Manhood Journey," will be a video / discussion time.  Taught by Randy Lewis & Rick Lund

    Love to Pray -- "Love to Pray" takes us on an eight week journey into the heart of prayer.  Each week explores a different aspect of prayer and searches Scripture to find guidance on how, what, when, why, and who to pray for.  Taught by Jim Conner

    Love & Respect -- A wife has one driving need—to feel loved. When that need is met, she is happy. A husband has one driving need—to feel respected. When that need is met, he is happy. When either of these needs isn’t met, things get crazy. Love and Respect reveals why spouses react negatively to each other, and how they can deal with such conflict quickly, easily, and biblically.  This is a small group video and discussion.  Taught by Andy White