The Adult Christian Education team presents two classes beginning April 3rd and will run for six weeks through May 8th. The first class is entitled Dog and Cat Theology and is a memorable, humor-filled, scripture-based examination of the need for Christians to re-think their relationship with their Master (God). The class will be taught by Bill and Nancy Sikes and held in the Social Room.
The second class is entitled “Fanning the Flames of Childhood Imagination.” As a part of the human personality the imagination was created and is developed by the plan and power of God. But there are strong elements of our personal, interpersonal, familial and cultural experiences that war on the healthy development of imagination. This is particularly so for young, impressionable and developing children but for adults as well who, due to these deleterious influences suffer from what is often called “a lack of imagination.” The class, taught by Rick and Mary Wolling and meeting in the B-level Lounge will introduce the multifaceted topic of imagination with a view toward its redemption in the lives of children and adults alike.
Posted on Fri, April 1, 2016
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