Monday Night Classes are starting soon! All Monday Night classes will be at 7pm at CFC Potsdam. Monday
are a great opportunity dig a little deeper into some theology or topical studies. This spring we have 2 different sessions of Monday Night classes, one in January and one in February and March.
Watch this intro
to hear a little more about the different classes being offered!
1st Session: January 15, 22 & 29 (3 weeks).
Philippians: Finding Victory over Stress, Anxiety and the Trials of Life through Christ led by Bob Dale
Gain insights from Paul's personal experience in overcoming life's
trials through his relationship with Christ. Discover why he could say
"I can do all things through Christ" even while experiencing intense
mental, emotional and physical stress amidst great uncertainty and
Hebrews 6.2: Resurrection of the Dead and Eternal Judgment led by Rick Sinclair and Jonathan Puglia
The resurrection from the dead and promise of eternal life are central
to the faith. Consider: the Apostles of Jesus witnessed the
resurrected Christ, they preached the resurrection of the dead to the
lost, and they boldly proclaimed it as the hope of the church. Join us
for 3 weeks of in-depth bible study and discover what the Scriptures
teach about the resurrection of the dead and eternal judgement.
2nd Session: March and
Finding Permanence and Meaning in an Impermanent World: The Book of Ecclesiastes led by Bob Dale (8 week study)
We live in a world where we face uncertainty, evil, and our own
mortality. Is it possible to understand God's plans and purposes? In
the Book of Ecclesiastes, "The Preacher" shares wisdom and insights
that help us understand God's workings and help make sense of our
lives. Discover the comfort, peace, and solid foundation that is yours
through the wisdom of God.
A a study for Women:
Overcoming Bitterness and Unforgiveness: A study of "The Bait of
Satan" by John Bevere led by Nancy Demary (6 week study)
There are biblical truths which are absolutely essential for a healthy
Christian life. Chief among them is our need to deal with the offenses
that we encounter in relationships. In this study, we will take an
in-depth look at John Bevere's book, "The Bait of Satan", and ask the
Holy Spirit to help us work though relational conflicts - even in the
hardest of situations.