Life Training Classes

LTC Logo 2EFree's adult Life Training Classes seek to establish a core foundation for the Christian. Here we explore both the great overarching truths and the fine intricacies about God, man and life. Classes begin at 9:00 am on Sundays. 

All our adult Life Training Classes are held on the upper level of our building. Turn left just before the auditorium doors, then right and up the stairs.  

Begins November 17, 2019

This winters courses

  • Themes in Romans – Josh Hix. This class will be a continuation of the fall quarter. Will not cover every verse in Romans, but will survey Romans’ key themes, in an expositional format. A great way to get introduced to this crucial book. In the music room upstairs.
  • Systematic Theology-Pastor Steve and the Elders. This class will take a look at topics found throughout Scripture such as doctrine of Scripture, the Trinity, God's sovereignty, election, creation, sin, Christology and soteriology (salvation). Will be taught by Pastor Steve and the elders. We'll use Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology and Bethlehem College & Seminary's Theological Foundations workbook as the foundation for material presented in the class.

Core

Gospel: Explores the gospel message and its implications for evangelism and our lives.

Bible Study: Provides tools for digging deeper into God's Word.

Fear of Man: Explores the roots, the dangers, and way of escape from the fear of man.

Prayer: Explores prayer, especially the priorities that Jesus Christ and the apostle Paul exhibit in their prayers.

Gospel-Driven Holiness: Explores how we are transformed by God, through His gospel, by walking through the gospel of John. 

Life and Theology: Explores the significant intersections between what we believe and real life.

Reflections on Suffering: How long, O Lord? A biblical and therefore thoughtful examination of suffering.

Missions: To see God worshiped where He presently is not - and how each of us can be engaged in that great work.

Relationships and Ministry:

Living in Community: How Christians are meant to live together in ordinary life with an intentional focus on the gospel.

Manhood and Womanhood: Considers the roles to which God has called each of us.

Marriage - Complexities of Commitment: Focuses on how marriage is patterned on the gospel and the implications of that pattern.

Parenting: A theological and practical walk through this challenging but vital responsibility.

The Gospel at Work: Living as good stewards of our time, efforts and money, all while seeking first His kingdom and His righteousness.

Personal Ministry: How people changed by Christ become instruments of change in others.

Suffering: How long, O Lord? A biblical and therefore thoughtful examination of suffering.

If you would like more information, including the scriptures and the books outside the Bible that are used for each class, simply call the church office at 801-943-0091.