Sunday Morning Bible Study with CABC College Ministry
9:30- 10:00 - Pancakes & Announcements
10:00-10:50 AM - Sunday Studies
Sunday Study Class Options:
Bob Goff is the founder of Restore International, a non-profit fighting injustices committed against children in Uganda and India. Bob shares leadership in a Washington law firm, Goff & DeWalt, and he serves as the Honorary Consul for the Republic of Uganda to the United States. He is adjunct professor at Pepperdine Law School and Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. Bob has become something of a legend, and his friends consider him the world's best-kept secret.
This discussion-driven study is based on his book, Love Does, and explores how college students can go beyond merely speaking of love to actually living it out in new and wildly creative ways.
This Sunday Study meets in Rm 419/421 and is led by Jeff and Dawn Bowles
E-mail: Jeff, Dawn
Engaging the Culture is a discussion-based study focused on expanding the way Christians view our modern culture as well as the different ways our beliefs and actions can and do influence it. This study contains multiple topics, including Kingdom-minded living, responding to skeptics, consumerism, and the Church as counter-cultural. Based on thought-provoking articles from Christianity Today by writers and ministers like Philip Yancey and Mark Galli, each week proves to be a rich and intriguing exploration of both the misconceptions and expectations of Christianity's intersection with current culture.
This Sunday Study meets in Rm 422 and is led by Leslie Harris and Stacy and Bobby Velasquez
E-mail: Leslie, Stacy, Bobby
A Christian Nation or a Nation of Christians is an engrossing and powerful study that challenges students to think about the country in which we live in a much deeper way. Placing the United States upon the larger backdrops of political, philosophical and religious histories, this intensive study poses important questions about the beneficial and detrimental ways Christians can influence society and effect societal transformation. Much like St. Augustine's classic work, City of God, discussed how people of faith find themselves living in two worlds (the kingdom of God and the kingdom of the world), so this study will investigate what comes from living with multiple allegiances. This is a progressive study that digs deeper and considers new questions each week, from the question of sovereignty, to secularism, to the importance of human rights.
This study meets in Rm 420 and is led by Ben Gammon.
An interactive study in which students are encouraged to take part in integrating certain "spiritual disciplines" into their lives, and encouraging others in the group to do the same. To be a disciple of Jesus is to be one who has surrendered to discipline; this study will explore specific, ancient spiritual disciplines that Christians from the first century onward have embraced so that their faith might be strengthened and their awareness of God's voice be developed in greater and deeper ways.
Adapted from the works of renowned theologian Dallas Willard and celebrated author Richard Foster, Embracing the Disciplines may destabilize you from the kind of "regular Christian living" you've been used to, but if you will surrender to the challenge, it will most definitely leave you changed.
This Sunday Study meets in Rm 412 and is led by Amy Butler and Michelle and Brian Picard
E-mail: Amy, Michelle, Brian
For more information on the Studies, or if you have any questions, contact Bo