Campus Groups Return

Sunday, January 23, 9:15 – 10:15a

When we talk about the strategies of our church, Lead Pastor Jim Coston refers to the 3-legged stool: attend Worship, join a Grow Group, and serve on a Serve Team. We pray in 2022 our community will plan to attend one of our many Grow Groups available on campus different days of the week. Another opportunity at FBCScottsdale is our Campus Group Classes on Sunday mornings at 9:15. Starting January 23, we have three options which are excellent in growing your Bible knowledge.   

 

  

  

A STUDY OF THE BOOK OF HEBREWS

In the Chapel  

  

Our Koinonia and Desert Disciples Bible Study continues with Gary Bretz and Brad Mannix leading. The class includes great discussion, and everyone is encouraged to attend.   

  

For more information, please contact Gary at gbretz@cox.net   

 

  

 

 


JESUS AND WOMEN: IN THE FIRST CENTURY 

In C-2 (Fireside Room) 

  

Carmen Trust will lead this popular and much-requested study. This study is back by popular demand, and comes with great reviews. This is how one review describes this outstanding class:  

  

 “Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth—braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, ‘Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.‘Those words, once meant to comfort a hurting woman’s soul thousands of years ago, were also meant for you.  

   

Join biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland on those dusty roads as she transports you back to Jesus’ world, following in the footsteps of the women who came face-to-face with the Living God. Over 7 sessions, examine the historical and cultural climate of first-century Middle Eastern society to not only understand Jesus more deeply but to fuel your worship of Him today.”   

  

For more information, please contact Carmen at: Ctrust2@cox.net    

 

 


TALKING ABOUT GOD IN A SKEPTICAL AGE 

In E-101 (next to Winfield’s) 

 

Lead Pastor Jim Coston will be teaching this timely and informative class, which is based on a book by Josh Chatrow. 

“Apologetics can strike non-believers as an offensive attempt to proselytize, while some Christians see it as unsophisticated. In Telling a Better Story, Josh Chatraw presents an inside-out approach to evangelism—focused on Jesus, attuned to our postmodern moment, and respectful of unbelievers. Containing chapters on cultural understanding and difficult issues, and presenting a holistic and contextualized gospel, it's a road map to effective witnessing.”  

  

For more information, please contact Jim at: jcoston@fbcscottsdale.org   


 

We pray you will add an hour to your Sunday morning routine and join us for one of these insightful classes. 

  

The coffee will be ready, all we need is you! Spring classes will run through the end of April.