Sun, October 15, 20179:15 AM - 10:15 AM
"How is discipleship lived out through the course of life? Does being a disciple of Jesus Christ somehow change as we get older?” During the Sundays in October, Marty Vershel and Richard Burnham want to explore those questions during a pair of special Sunday School classes.
If you are living life at full throttle . . . you are engaged in embracing or in developing your career path, your calendar is filled with responsibilities beyond your choosing, and your days require all the energy you have ... Marty is leading a class for you. What does it mean to be a disciple when life’s demands are rich and full? The Kairos Class is sponsoring a class during the Sundays in October. It meets in Room 311 (Music A/B) in the music suite at 9:15.
If your life perspective is shifting toward the “golden years” . . . life beyond career, diminishing obligations toward children or the simple recognition of changes in one’s body and one’s stamina . . . Richard is leading a class for you. What does it mean to be a disciple when your whole life is being re-oriented? For some this may hit at age 50 or at 60 or later. If this is where you are then you are also dealing with faith questions in a new way. The Pathfinder Class is sponsoring a class for Sundays of October that is oriented for those who are fifty plus years. Richard will lead these sessions during the Sunday School hour and meet in the Fellowship Hall.
While many adult Sunday School classes are choosing to attend one of these classes, you do not have to be a member of a class to participate. Just come! Discipleship for the Ages is based on the belief that faith matters for all.