Curriculum Overview

First Course: "Narrative of Redemption"

This course traces the drama that began in Eden adn winds through Israel's history to its fulfillment in Jesus Christ. 

Beginning in Genesis, we will examine the original world of Eden and God's intent for humanity and the tragic invasion of sin. Each step in God's program of restoration will be illumined as we move through the Old Testament and find fulfillment in Jesus Christ and his message in the New Testament letters. The course will connect the dots of the Old and New Testament books to reveal the big picture of salvation in Jesus Christ. We will learn the flow of Isreal's history and God's plan to redeem the world through the Messiah whose gospel continues to spread throughout the world. 


The Essential Bible Companion by John H. Walton, Mark Strauss, and Ted Cooper Jr. 

How to Read the Bible Through the Jesus Lens by Michael Williams


Narrative of Redemption meets Tuesday nights for 12 weeks: 

  • September 9 - November 25, 2014
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Second Course: "Living Theology"

This course expands our look at God’s truth for our lives by examining the major doctrines of the Christian Faith.

We will go deeper into God’s story of redemption and learn more about our triune God, humanity, sin, God’s promises, Jesus, and his coming for us, the church and our worship, and God’s coming kingdom. The textbook invites us to see our God who speaks, makes, loves, judges, pursues, comes, dies, saves, sends, transforms, gives, and reigns. This course is a systematic study of biblical truths designed to transform our lives. 


Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe by Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears


Living Theology meets Tuesday nights for 12 weeks:

  • January 13 - April 7, 2015
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Third Course: "Gospel for Real Life"

This course focuses on your personal transformation by the gospel of Jesus Christ.

We examine the power to live every day glorying in a sense of acceptance by God and our experience of divine grace. Study and discussion led by three professors illuminate marvelous truths about the gospel of God’s grace. You will learn about the person of Jesus, the power of the New Covenant promises and the reality of our utter brokenness and dependency on Jesus for our righteousness and holiness. The class will pay particular attention to issues that all Christians wrestle with but few Christians confront.


Love Walked Among Us: Learning to Love Like Jesus by Paul Miller

Counterfeit Gods by Tim Keller

Discipline of Grace: God's Role & Our Role in the Pursuit of Holiness by Jerry Bridges


Gospel for Real Life meets Tuesday nights for 12 weeks

  • September 9 - November 25, 2014
  • 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Fourth Course: Passion for God's Kingdom

The final course connects the heart of the gospel to our church, community, and broader society. We learn the variety of ways that God is spreading his glory into his creation through our lives and gifts. Each week informs and equips by presenting avenues of gospel living with special instructors uniquely suited for each aspect of God's kingdom ministry. Topics include spiritual gifts, mentoring, personal, finance, marriage, parenting, business, evangelism, and missions. 


Everyday Church: Gospel Communities on Mission by Tim Chester and Steve Timmis


Passion for God's Kingdom meets Tuesday nights for 12 weeks

  • January 13 - April 7, 2015
  • 7-9pm