Adult Bible Fellowship Electives

  When: 02/17/2019 at 9:45 am to 02/17/2019 at 10:45 am
  Contact: Pastor Bob DeAngelo for more information

Adult Bible Fellowship ELECTIVES | Feb. 17 & 24, 2019

Regular Adult Bible Fellowships will be taking a break!  On February 17 and 24, you will have the opportunity to attend one of the elective classes listed below.   Classes will start at 9:45 am.

Sign up here or at Member Services.

Getting to Know a God Who Knows  |  Erica Baldwin  |  Chapel

How can we take comfort in an all-knowing God? Learning to trust an omniscient God, who intimately and lovingly knows us, can change our daily lives, our perspective in trials, and how to better serve others in crisis.  Erica will weave in her testimony of suffering as she encourages you from the Word to strengthen your faith in a God who knows.

Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life  |  Nate Black  |  RM A-29

Just as a musician or an athlete spends much of their life engaged in practice to enhance their skills, so we as Christians must diligently practice the spiritual disciplines if we are to make progress in our goal of godliness. In this course, we will walk through eight of the most basic spiritual disciplines. The content is based on Donald Whitney’s “Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life.” Each of us has work to do in at least one of these areas so expect to learn and then get to work.

The Secret to Becoming a Great Investor  |  Mark Frazier  |  RM A-32

During this two-week session, we will discuss biblical principles from the book “Money, Possessions and Eternity” by Randy Alcorn.  Our use of money and possessions is a decisive statement of our eternal values.  These lessons are meant to enhance our realization that the everyday choices we make regarding money and possessions are of eternal consequence.  The ulitmate goal of these sessions is to help re-align our thinking so that we can become better stewards of the resources God has given us.

A Church Kid’s Greatest Need  |  Kris Wilder  |  RM A-35

I grew up going to church “every time the doors were open”. But going to church was not my greatest need. Whether you’re a child, a teen, or parent of either, let’s discuss this need, why it kept me in church, and how it can impact both us and the next

Keys to a Victorious Christian Life |  John Woods  |  RM A-26

An overview study of Psalm 37 and 73.  Building on his personal history, John will primarily emphasize the principles of  victorious Christian living with a secondary emphasis on marriage. 

Come join us!

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About Friendship Baptist Church

Our purpose is to make much of our Lord Jesus Christ and His gospel through the preaching of His Word and the making of disciples. At Friendship Baptist Church (FBC) we teach the Bible in order to facilitate spiritual growth in all of God’s people and to provide opportunities for Christian fellowship. God has graciously used Friendship to further His work both locally and across the globe since 1965.