WEDNESDAYS: EQUIPPING NIGHT
January 10 – May 2 (no meeting March 21 and 28)
Our mid-week classes are for the entire church family and are designed to equip you for life, ministry and mission. Children and middle school kids can attend special programs while adults attend one of our equipping classes. Some classes require advanced registration. Fellowship Hall will be open if you’d like to bring your own dinner and connect before classes.
The Parables of Jesus (Starting Point Group)
Ben Marquez; C-13/14
Parables, perhaps more than other portions of Scripture, bring us to truly consider what it means to live as members of God’s kingdom. They cause us to wonder if the gospel has made any real difference in our lives. Join Ben as he spends this semester teaching through the parables, which consist of five major themes: parables of the kingdom, parables of salvation, parables of wisdom and folly, parables of the Christian life and parables of judgment. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grow Your GO
Susan Lear; C-15
You have a critical part to play in bringing the hope of Christ to the world. With 50% of Wichita unchurched and 6,600 people groups worldwide in need of the gospel, each believer is crucial to fulfilling God’s global mission! Here at Eastminster we want the whole congregation excited about reaching our neighborhoods and the nations for Christ. Launched from the inspiration of Pastor Stan’s GO Series, this eight-week session is created to educate, inspire and equip all of us at Eastminster to see the beauty and privilege of the Great Commission and to KNOW how to GO at Eastminster! Make 2018 the year you GROW YOUR GO! Questions? Contact email@example.com
Navigators: Topical Memory System
Dr. Richard Spann; C-11
This system was developed by The Navigators as a simple, easy-to-use system to help followers of Jesus memorize key verses that point to basic truths. We’ll start with six aspects of the Christian life, like making Christ the center of our life, the Word, prayer and community. The second six weeks are centered around the gospel, with topics like sin, Christ’s payment for our sins, and the assurance of our salvation. These serve to not only train us in the truth of our relationship with Christ, but they are also beneficial in explaining the gospel message to others. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Generosity: How God’s Radical Grace Makes Us Givers by Tim Keller
Rob Ramseyer; C-12. Meets through February 21.
According to the Bible, generosity is so much more than just being generous with your money. The source of generosity that is truly radical is a gospel-transformed heart that has received the costly grace of God. In this sermon series originally preached at Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Tim Keller and Abraham Cho look at what it means to be generous through service, through relationships, through hospitality, through the privileges and power we hold, and lastly, through our wealth. Please join Rob as he facilitates discussion through this seven-week series. Questions? Contact email@example.com
Stan Van Den Berg; C-15. April 18, 25, May 2, 9
Ready to join the church? Our team of pastors, elders and leaders will make sure you’re fully equipped to become a part of the Eastminster family. We’ll learn about our beliefs, mission, ministries, denomination, and how you can you serve at the church. Register with Ginger Cox at 634.0337, ext. 2011, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Gift Of Being Single
Lynn Lear; Parlor
In January, we will begin a four-week study of Simplify by Bill Hybels which will help us discover the power of simplicity in our schedules, work, finances, relationships and souls. After completion of this series, using DVD and workbook, we will complete an eight-week study of Max on Life by best-selling author Max Lucado. He will answer questions about family, finances and forgiveness, and questions regarding illness, death and eternity. We hope you will find supportive, prayerful fellowship in this group through the journey of finding our gifts of being single adults. Questions? Contact email@example.com or 202.8332.
Other Weekday Groups
Men’s Evening Study
Every other Monday, 6:30 p.m.; Wong home. With Alex Wong
Men are invited to join in as we study Heaven by R.C. Sproul followed by The Masculine Mandate by Richard Philips. During the Heaven series, R.C. Sproul provides clear teaching about heaven, explaining that Christians have the greatest hope—the hope of glory. In examining Scripture, he shows that heaven is the home of God’s chosen people, the church. To join in, please contact Alex Wong at Theos.Protos@GMX.com.
Tuesdays, 6:30 a.m.; C-15. With John Kraft & Gary Reed.
This group of men meets weekly to read and discuss the Scripture in order to understand its relevance today and live in humble submission to what God commands. If you are interested in joining or learning more about the group please contact John Kraft at 207.7022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let the Bible Speak: The Book of Revelation
Tuesdays, 11 a.m.; C-15. With Jasper Zili.
Just as the Bible begins by answering the question of origins, the book of Revelation brings it to a close by showing how earthly history will end with the glorious triumph of Jesus Christ and God’s returning to dwell with his people. There is a special blessing to those who read, hear and treasure what God has seen fit to give us in Revelation. Join us as we study this amazing book of the Bible! Questions? Contact email@example.com or 815.793.8382.
Young Adults Group
Tuesdays, 6 – 7:30 p.m..; Bammel Home. With Paul and Amanda Bammel
Come and join the Bammels at their house for a Bible study for young married and single adults. If you’d like to know more about the group please contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m.; Parlor. With Judy Vest and Kathy Klunder. Meets January 9 – April 10
Grief Share is for anyone who has lost a loved one or friend. We will listen to Christian experts & hear personal stories of people grieving a death & how they have coped with their loss, along with a discussion time. Questions? Contact Jkv72802@yahoo.com or 479.264.7753.
The Book of Genesis
Thursdays, 10:30 a.m.; C-15. With David Hitchcock. For retired couples and individuals.
In this Winter quarter, we continue our study of the creation account given in Genesis, chapter one. Our DVD study is led by Dr. Chuck Missler, described as a “genius” in showing and explaining the harmony between open-minded scientific thought and discoveries and the biblical description of how creation took place. His background of 40 years as a theologian, engineer and physicist enables us to grasp that there is no essential conflict between the wording of Scripture and true science – they agree with each other! We invite you to join us in this astounding and exciting study. Bring your Bibles, along with a desire to see the Pre-Patriarchal period in a new way – we promise, you will find yourself blessed! Questions? Contact email@example.com or 942.6607.