Summer SCL classes are here. New classes begin on June 2nd!

The new classes are:

The Heidelberg Catechism

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Published initially in 1563, the Heidelberg Catechism originated in Germany, when Frederick III, the regional ruler at the time, sought a more unified confessional document for the people in his realm. After its first publication in January of 1563, the Heidelberg was quickly translated into Latin, Dutch, French, and English and adopted by various synods in the 16th century. It has since been translated into all European and dozens of Asiatic and African languages. The Catechism’s 129 questions and answers are divided into three parts patterned after the book of Romans—Sin and Misery, Deliverance, and Gratitude—and fifty-two “Lord’s Days,” which were designed to be taught each Sunday throughout the year. The Heidelberg not only systematically and carefully outlines the essential doctrines of the Christian faith, but so too does it reveal the overarching narrative of the confessing believer from sin to salvation to deliverance.

 

Slaying the Giants in your Life

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Listen! Can you hear thundering footsteps approaching? The Bible warns us of “giants in the land”—and whether they’re literal like Goliath or figurative ones like fear, loneliness, and temptation, their goal is the same: to crush God’s people. Pastor Jeremiah shows you how to stand up to these bullies and win—with God’s help!

Second Corinthians

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Second Corinthians is the most personal of Paul’s church letters, providing unique insight into his heart for God and his motivation in ministry. With his credibility under attack, Paul reluctantly defended himself for the sake of the Gospel. In so doing, he offers a perspective that will encourage every believer, especially when enduring the hardships of the ministry.

YOUTH

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True Spirituality

 

True Spirituality helps people by transforming hang-ups about rules and religion into real, rich relationship with God.