Life is full of BIG QUESTIONS—Come and Get the ANSWERS!
“How do I know there is a God?” “What is my purpose in life?” “Where am I going after I die?” “What does the Bible really teach?”
Without an answer to those questions, they nag at us. We need the answers! Guess what? God wants us to know the answers. In fact, He’s given us those answers in written form—in the Bible. Because of that, we regularly offer Bible Information classes that lead us to the answers for those and many other questions. We are about to start a new class and we’d love to have you join us.
What’s a Bible Information Class?
It’s a 13 week, basics-of-the-Bible class, with each session lasting about 90 minutes. The Bible itself is the textbook and we’ll provide you with the study guide. By the end of the class, you’ll have a good grasp of the main message of Scripture: that God loves you enough to save you! You’ll also have the opportunity to find the answers to those questions that have long been nagging at you.
Free babysitting will be provided if needed. If you have any questions, please call me at 813-961-9195 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
. I’m glad to answer any questions you might have. Interested? Then let me know and I’ll get you registered. I’d love to have you as part of this class. Here are the details:
Beginning Tuesday, February 3, 2015
In the fellowship hall of our church building.
What do I wear?
Please dress however you’d like!
What to bring?
The only thing that you will need is something to write with. The study guide with passages pre-printed will be provided for you.
Will we meet every Tuesday?
If you have to miss a class, I am flexible to make that up with you individually.
If I take the class, does that mean I have to become a member at Northdale?
No, it doesn’t. This is a no-pressure, no strings attached class. When the class is over you may want to join and you will be welcomed to join, but you don’t have to.
I’m interested, but I’m not sure!
Why not come for the first few weeks and check it out? It’s worth a try.