FBCSA University
(Adult VBS)

FBCSA University offers “Multi-Generational” Discipleship Studies and Doctrinal Training. It will run in conjunction with Kids Vacation Bible School, as an option for parents and an opportunity for youth and adults.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:
We will be using an elective approach, allowing each person to take two different courses per evening. Each course is a 4-part series, taught twice an evening.

Session 1 begins at 6:30 PM / Session 2 begins at 7:30 PM


Borrowing Joy
taught by Aaron Hufty

What is true Joy? How does it differ from happiness? How can we find joy if life is so cruel? Following Jesus’ example we will examine Biblical illustrations of how to find, keep, and borrow joy through whatever may come.


Creation: A Study in Science and Faith
Matthew Benesh

How does God make Himself known through His creation? Join us as we explore the scientific models for the origin of life, the universe, and everything, and interpret that data against the backdrop of scripture and God's role as Creator.


Evangelism: Becoming a Witnessing Disciple
Byron Pitts

Statistics show that a majority of American Christians do not share their faith or make disciples. Our city and our world needs your witness! Come and be equipped and prepared to obey the call of Christ to go tell the world.


Knowing and Talking about Our Basic Christian Beliefs
Danny Panter
Looking through the lenses of the Bible and history we will identify basic Christian beliefs that every Christian should know, while also learning how to talk about them with others.


Relationships: The Cells of Life and the Soil We Cultivate
Blake Coffee & Elizabeth Biedrzycki

As Christ followers, we are called to do relationships well, as neighbors, friends, and family. Come and learn how to generate new friendships, to deepen existing ones, and to thrive spiritually as a result.


Rock and a Hard Place: Exploring the Bible’s Perplexing Passages
Bryan Richardson
- Tuesday and Thursday - Session 1 only


The Bible is difficult in many places. Why? Because we are difficult in many places. When difficult human beings come into contact with the universe’s Creator, the result is the most puzzling book you’ll ever read. We’ll take a look at some of the Bible’s hardest passages, and discover how they can shed the brightest light on reality.


The Text of the Greek New Testament
Cristian Cervantes

What was the New Testament before the New Testament? You don't have to know Greek to find out, Come and See.



Registration is NOT required. Come and pick a class!

Childcare provided (Birth - 3 years). No registration required.

If your child is 4 years old - 5th grade, please register them for our GAME ON!

 

Contact julie@fbcsa.org for more information.