Our adult classes

Our adult classes

Throughout the year, the Brentwood church offers a variety of bible classes designed for adults.  The key to these offerings is balance; a balanced mix of Old and New Testament textual studies along with topical studies that address a variety of contemporary issues and challenges.  We are blessed with an array of talented teachers; who have spent years studying the Scriptures and developing the skills necessary to teach Biblical truth and provide practical, daily applications.

Currently we have three ongoing adult classes meeting when we gather together in our building on Sunday and Wednesdays. Each class is geared to encourage open conversation that causes us to dive deep into scripture where we can grow together.

 

Sundays at 9am

A Disciple's Prayer Life - Room 17 (Hallway) - Led by Tim Beever
This class meets on both Sunday and Wednesday

Class Overview

In this class we'll be seeking to understand how important prayer is to God and to his people. Throughout the quarter we'll be examining several examples of prayer in scripture to discover their purpose, context and outcome. This class will have focused and dedicated time where we'll learn to pray as we find it recorded in God's word.

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First and Second Thessalonians - Auditorium - Led by Steven Cuffle
Recorded live on Facebook, watch previous lessons


 

Class Overview

The growing Christian community has begun to face backlash caused by the distinctiveness of their faith in Christ. Paul writes to remind them of the honorableness and goodness of their faith while at the same time calming some of the doctrinal concerns that have arisen among the believers.

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Wednesdays at 7pm

Tough Topics - Auditorium - Led by Steven Cuffle
Recorded live on Facebook, watch previous lessons

Class Overview

The questions that Christians are asked about their faith have largely remained unchanged over the past 2,000 years - because humanity has remained largely unchanged. One goal of our faith is personal transformation into the image of Jesus, which means we should constantly find ourselves at odds with the rest of humanity and the culture we live in. As this conflict arises, so do questions, and we need to be prepared with good answers to those questions.

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Previous classes - Summer 2022

Over the summer we gathered together to discuss a series topics centered on Christian Living. This was an extension of our 2022 theme - Everyday Disciples  - exploring what it means to be like Jesus in everyday life.

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