LCC SUMMER SESSIONS
We're excited to offer the following topical study sessions this summer at LCC! See below for more information about the sessions we will be offering. Join us in the Hearth Room during 2nd service - you can sign up for as many sessions as you'd like to attend.
June 19 - How We Got the Bible: An Introduction to the Bible and Its Origins (Colleen Jumper)
Can we Trust the Bible? Learn the origin of scriptural writings and the preservation methods leading to the current organizational structure of the Bible. This class also includes a comparison of translations and key terms underscoring the trustworthiness of Scripture.
June 26 and July 3, 10, 17 & 24 - How to Study the Bible: Reading as the First Readers (Christopher Shaw)
As we study scripture, we want to know what the author was saying to his original audience before we apply it to our own time and place. So how do we do this? We study inductively! Come to this five-part class to learn how to study scripture like a detective and discover the real presence of God through His word!
July 31 & August 7 - Mapping the Biblical Narrative: A Crash Course in Biblical History - Part 1 & 2 (Colleen Jumper)
Discover an easy (and fun) method to understand key periods in Bible history, characters, and events (and maybe help with the next Bible trivia game). This interactive two-part class helps in grasping the who, what, and when of the big picture and offers a variety of aids and handouts to connect the points.
August 14 - Navigating Church and Politics: Thinking Biblically in a Politically Charged Culture (Daniel Koch)
Christians fall all over the map when it comes to how involved we ought to be (or ought not to be) in politics. In this class, we want to talk through some helpful frameworks when it comes to determining the role Christ-followers have in the political sphere.
For questions or more information about LCC Summer Sessions please reach out to our Discipleship Minister, Daniel Koch (email@example.com).