English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

English Adult Sunday School

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

Classes meet every Sunday at 11:00am after the English worship service unless otherwise noted.

While in many churches Sunday School is becoming a relic of the past, we are committed to offering a robust Christian education ministry that instructs believers of all ages to live consistently within a biblical worldview as they grow into spiritual maturity.

Every three months, we offer a selection of courses that cover a range of topics including biblical studies, doctrine, spiritual disciplines, parenting, leadership, etc.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Summer 2022 Quarter Classes (June to August)
Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.

Systematic Theology Survey: Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Creation (Part 1 of 3)

Jason Tarn, Akhil Shenoy, Chris Chee, Erik Wiest, & Jacky Yeung

Room 115

This survey course will provide you with a strong theological foundation for Christian life and ministry. We will explore key doctrines across the spectrum of systematic theology. In Part One of three consecutive courses, we will cover The Doctrine of Scripture, The Existence and Attributes of God, the Doctrine of Creation, and the Doctrine of Providence.

 

New Testament Survey: Gospel & Acts (Part 1 of 3)

Jonathan Huang, Russ Wolters, Melvin Huang, & John Hsieh

Trailer 412/414

This fall, we will be kicking off the New Testament Survey track, beginning with a big picture look at the books of Hebrews, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and Acts. Join us as we explore the biographies of Jesus' life as well as how the gospel initially spread from Jerusalem onward through the Spirit-led missionary activities of God's people. We will learn lessons from these important New Testament books and apply principles found through the example of Christians in the early church.

 
Old Testament Survey: 1&2Kings & Pre-Exilic Prophets (Part 4 of 6)

Henry Ow, Joseph Goh, & Bill Huang

Trailer 411

In the 2-year Old Testament Survey track, we will go through the 39 books of the OT by providing a high level overview of each book and its main ideas/themes. The OT helps us understand God's character and is the foundation for the New Testament. Through the OT, we also learn of God's promises and how they point to Jesus. This 12-week fall quarter, we'll journey through the books of 1-2 Kings and the Pre-exilic Prophets. These books depict the decline of that nation of Israel that results in their eventual exile into Assyrian and then Babylon. The format of the class will be a blend of lecture, videos, discussion, and sharing. We hope that you can join us!

 

Family Life: Senior Care

Fred Tow, Windsor Lee, Melody Lin, Karen Ho, Paul Chung, Pen Feng, Roy Chen, & Veronica Fellers

Room 113

This class provides a road map to assist adult children in caring for their aging parents or grandparents. Caregivers will learn what the Bible says about caregiving and the keys to effectively fulfilling that role. Many practical topics will be covered including physical, emotional, and mental changes in aging; medical, financial and legal help; choosing a care facility; protecting your loved one from abuse, fraud, and scams; supporting your elder’s faith and understanding end-of-life decisions. Class starts on 9/11.