A Topical Look at Christian Beliefs (starts June 17)
Leaders: Steve Ball, Ken Harris
Location: Adult Annex 2
Steve and Ken will once again offer this “drop-in” class looking at different topics each week. Topics will be varied but will relate to exercising our faith in today’s culture.
Leader: Tom Metzbower
Location: Adult Annex 3
Exodus is autobiographical narrative scripture written by Moses. Because Exodus is narrative history, missing a Sunday due to things like summer vacations will not interrupt continuity. Exodus deals with God’s providence for the Israelites as promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The Israelites have spent 400+ years in Egypt before God raised up Moses to free His people from their oppression and slavery. During the interaction with Pharaoh and Moses, God will perform many miracles with the end of glorifying Himself and freeing his people with the wealth of Egypt in their possession. Among the five books of the Pentateuch, Exodus in particular takes up the element of relationship with God, both in terms of God’s deliverance of his people from Egypt and the establishment of his covenant with them in Sinai.