- August 2, 2020
- 9:30 am
- Online Zoom Study
Adult Sunday School begins August 2nd
Based partially on the book Practicing: Changing Yourself to Change the World
by Kathy Escobar
Sundays @ 9:30am
This Adult Sunday School class is based partially on Kathy Escobar’s book, Practicing: Changing Yourself to Change the World.
“From the masses of young people spurning organized religion to faithful followers of Jesus, there is a deep hunger across gender, age, socioeconomics, and denominational backgrounds for practical, tangible ways to live a life of love, mercy, and justice in our divided, fragmented world. But where do we start? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the world’s problems, with solutions to violence and poverty and oppression seeming so far out of reach
But you have more power to change the world than you realize and it starts with changing yourself.”
*Please note that you do not need to purchase the book in order to participate in this class. You are more than welcome to purchase the book if you so choose, however, it is not required.
Many of us are looking for ways in which we can live out our faith in meaningful ways to help make a positive difference in our world. Each week, a faith practice will be presented for participants to explore and process together. At the conclusion of each week’s class, an invitation to practice the content in tangible ways will be extended. During the following class, participants will be given an opportunity to share their experiences of practicing faith.
The 6 practices of faith that we will explore are:
August 2nd – The Practices of Healing & Listening
August 9th – The Practice of Loving
August 16th – The Practice of Including
August 23rd – The Practice of Equalizing
August 30th – The Practice of Advocating
We hope you will join us in August for this opportunity to explore these different practices.
If you have any questions, please contact Chad Bosse email@example.com .
Join us each Sunday morning at 9:30AM by Zoom – Click Here for the Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 912 3591 2696