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Wednesday Night Activities – ON BREAK

Wednesday Night Dinner and Adult Study

A family night, including dinner, anchored by adult teaching times as well as other classes. Experience growth in the context of a loving community, scriptural teaching and informal conversation. During the School Year

PASTOR CHRIS AKERS
Executive Pastor
chrisakers@universitycarillon.net
(407) 588-1715

Wednesday Dinner – 6:00–6:30 pm

on Break

Starting January 13

Adult Classes – 6:30 – 8:00 pm

6:30–8 PM—ZOOM only  (Two Options)

UNFAILING by Rob Renfroe — 8 Weeks | Led by the Pastors
We’ve all experienced the pain of broken promises. When those we love fail to keep their commitment to us, we feel betrayed and hurt, less likely to trust again. People fail us. Plans fail. But there is one who is unfailing, who always keeps his word. In Unfailing, pastor and teacher Rob Renfroe reminds us that because God is faithful to his Word we can base our lives on what he has said. And though hard times may follow where we experience confusion, loss, and pain–feeling overwhelmed–if we stand on the promises of God we, too, will not fail. Jesus promised that everyone who hears his words and puts them into practice is like a wise man who builds his house on a rock. Though the storms blow and the streams rise, the house does not fail because it is built on the rock.

Renfroe unpacks seven key ways in which God will not fail you, looking at God’s promises, grace, peace, presence, guidance, power, strength, and love. Each of these is an important and essential aspect of God’s trustworthy and unfailing character, reflecting his faithfulness to you. Each chapter includes a sample prayer as well as personal reflection questions that help you to further apply these truths to your life.

HEAVEN by Randy Alcorn — 7 Weeks | Led by Bob Fielding
According to Alcorn, the subject of heaven rates as one of the least accurately discussed subjects in the whole of Christendom. Even seminarians fail to give appropriate time and attention to heaven as described throughout the Bible because other themes take pre-eminence both chronologically and preferentially. Alcorn is likewise astounded that the majority of Christians who do take time to consider heaven often possess faulty, nonbiblical assumptions, one of the most common being the misconception of heaven as a place of unending church services.

The author has spent years studying what the Bible says about heaven, and in this compelling and comprehensive resource, he offers every conceivable question about heaven, or the “New Earth,” as a Christian believer’s ultimate destination. Alcorn answers the expected queries on heavenly life as well as quirkier ones: will Christians drink coffee in heaven? Will there be homeownership? Will our pets be in heaven? Evangelical scholars and laypersons alike will appreciate Alcorn’s expansive—though perhaps long-winded—musings on this neglected subject, a real boon in a time when many people are eager to understand what happens after death.

You can sign up now! We’ll have opportunities for Wednesday Nights via ZOOM. Once you register, someone will reach out to you with your ZOOM login info.

 

EPIC Middle School – 6:30 – 8:00 pm

EPIC Wednesday Night (eat, hang out in the game room, dive into worship and study) at the EPICenter.

Kids Ministry (Outdoors) – 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Outdoors  — (4 yrs-5th Grade) Bring a friend (or two) and jump into a night full of stories, crafts, crazy games and more! Kids Ministry will not provide dinner or snacks.

For all in person events: **Kids are required to wear masks, and practice social distancing. Temperatures will be taken before all gatherings with a touch-free thermometer, and hand-sanitizing stations are available in all meeting spaces. Please honor these as a way of practically loving our community. You can find a full list of safety protocols here.

No Child Care provided.