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Discipleship 101 was designed to be an introduction to the Christian faith. It covers the most basic elements of the Bible and deals with questions like "Who is God?", "Who is Jesus?", "How do I Pray?", "What is Sin?" and "What Does it Mean to Worship?" among other topics. These classes were created to be practical, informative, and applicable to any person, regardless of how long they have been a Christian, how old or young they are, or how much they already know about the Bible. Discipleship 101 focuses on building a solid foundation for your faith and will help lay a groundwork for Discipleship 201.
Discipleship 201 is meant to help take us deeper in our walk with Christ. This is an advanced series and should only be taken after completing Discipleship 101.. In this series, we'll begin learning how to interpret the Bible and get proper context out of what you read, you will also deal with subjects like alcohol, tongues, the rapture, the trinity, and more. These classes will challenge you intellectually and spiritually. They will cause you to not only examine sin in your life, but also things that have adverse affects on your relationship with Christ.
Apologetics is coined from the Greek word "apologia," which means "to give a ready defense." These classes are designed to do just that, reinforce your own faith, while giving you the tools necessary to defend the faith with solid, scientific and well-reasoned arguments. This will be a resource for those seeking to understand more about the "proof" we have for our faith. God has never called people to have blind faith, he has called us to know Him, to learn about Him, and study His works. Romans 1 tells us that God has revealed Himself through his creation. In this series we will deal with three main subjects...creation, the Bible, and Jesus. We'll deal with questions like, "Was the universe created by an intelligent designer or can life be explained by natural processes such as random chance and evolution?", "How do we know the Bible is really the Word of God and is it reliable?", and "Is Jesus really what we've been told or was he just a good teacher like so many people claim?" Keep in mind, this series was designed to "build a case" piece by piece, and should be watched in order.
Since the filming of these videos, our website has changed. There is no longer an online form to get credit for watching the videos. You can still, however, use the "Contact" section of this webpage to submit questions or feedback. The site will be periodically updated below to include questions submitted and answers from the pastor. Thank you.
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