Adult Education

 

 

Beginning on Sunday, March 5th, and continuing for the remaining four Sundays in Lent, our Adult Education Series will be led by our Seminarian, Mike Watson. We will focus on a book entitled When God Becomes Small by author, Phil Needham. We struggle to figure out who we are supposed to be as humans, with each other and with God. We sometimes seem naturally obsessed with being more and bigger, and we see God as gigantic, distant, remote and inaccessible. It often leaves us empty. We can fill this empty space by allowing God to join us in our smallness. Some free copies of the book are still available, but one does not need to have the book in order to participate in the discussion. Mike can be reached at: mwatson@gts.edu

 

 Beginning on Sunday, April 23rd, our Adult Education group will be engaged in studying the topic of “Embracing an Adult Faith,” put together by Marcus Borg, a widely-known theologian. This five-week series explores the essentials of our Christian identity—the topics of “God, Jesus, Salvation, Practice, and Community.” For further information about the session, contact Mike Watson, at watson@gts.edu, or just come and join us. Even if you have not been able to participate in the past, we would welcome your presence.

 

 

Sessions are held in the library at 9 o’clock a.m., and are open to all who have an interest.

 

 

 

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