The mission of Adult Education is to offer a variety of learning settings for both the seeker and the follower of Jesus Christ in order to equip believers with resources and fellowship opportunities necessary for Christian maturity. We believe our mission will be accomplished by exploring and studying the Word of God, by instilling and nourishing a deep love for God’s Word, and by providing a foundational understanding of the Christian faith.
Sunday Mornings from 8:15-9:00 a.m.
Led by Clarence Bauman
Have you ever considered what God's covenant means to you? Join Clarence Bauman in a new adult Bible study that will be offered on Sunday mornings beginning September 10 and will go through December. The focus will be lessons that follow the theme, "Covenants With God" and will consider the major covenants God made with His people.
Unit 1 will celebrate the four signs of God's covenant.
Unit 2 explores how we are called into a covenant with God.
Unit 3 examines the everlasting covenant through Christ.
Sunday, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m., September - June, Library
On Sunday, September 10th, the Adult Sunday School class began a six-week study of John Ortberg’s book, All the Places to Go: How Will You Know? Using the description of the church in Philadelphia from Revelation 3:7-13, Ortberg concludes that rarely in the Bible does God command someone to stay. He opens a door, and then He invites us to walk through it―into the unknown. In this six-session DVD study, bestselling author John Ortberg opens our eyes to the countless open doors God places before us every day, teaching us how to recognize them and giving us the encouragement to step out in faith and embrace all of the extraordinary opportunities that await.
Everyone is welcome; come join us in the Library at 9:00 a.m. If you would like a copy of the book ($10.00 payable to LPC), or if you would like more information, contact Jim or Marianne Miller.
Monday, 9:00-10:30 a.m. (Library)
Starts September 11
Led by Carl Braun
What can the Beatitudes teach us about Christianity, our approach to Scripture and righteous living? Is it relevant to our modern age and society as it exists today?
Christ began his discipleship teaching with an exposition of the Beatitudes as the foundation to his Sermon on the Mount. His followers were to carry on His work after His death, resurrection and ascension as we are called to do as “salt and light” and He needed to insure their firm grounding in the Christian Character and their preparation for the reaction of the world to His teaching.
Please join us for t study of the Beatitudes, based on the teaching of Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones; noted Welsh preacher and biblical scholar for 30 years at Westminster Abbey.
Lenya Heitzig & Penny Rose
Monday evenings, 7:00-8:00 p.m. (Library)
Tuesdays, 12:30-1:30 p.m. AND 2:00-3:00 p.m. (Library)
Classes start on September 11/12
and run through November 27/28
Led by Pat Macintire
In Live Abundantly, Bible teachers Lenya Heitzig and Penny Pierce Rose challenge you to dig deep into the book of Ephesians to find the spiritual treasure God has for you. Covering topics such as living in God’s will and receiving peace no matter the circumstances, the book of Ephesians reveals the magnitude of every Christian’s inheritance, a gift “exceedingly abundantly above” what you could ever ask for.
Unearth the greatest treasure of life in this rich study. Each lesson is structured in five parts: Lift up (prayer), Look at (God’s Word), Learn about (new insights), Live out (application), Listen to (quotes from other believers).
The price of the study guide is $10.
"It Starts at Home" - Matt Chandler, Gerry Thomas, Kurt & Olivia Bruner (Right Now Media)
Led by Brittany & Rob Hoeller
Crosswalk meets once a month on Mondays from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Dinner, childcare and adult study starts on October 9.
Have you ever wanted to see a visual summary of the major themes of each of the books of the Bible? The Bible Project will let us see this summary in unique five-eight minute videos to help us understand the Scripture messages.
Come join us on Sunday afternoons from 12:30 p.m. –1:30 p.m. in the LPC Library. Because of the new graphic presentation of The Bible Project and our group discussion, both beginning Bible students and those who have studied the Bible extensively will benefit from this study.
For 40 years, Community Bible Study [CBS] has helped people understand God's Word through in-depth, community-based Bible studies. With nearly 700 classes in the United States and an active presence in more than 70 countries, Community Bible Study is a Bible study for everybody – men, women, children, youth and even babies.
In our area, CBS meets in Salisbury, Millsboro and Dover. For more information contact Sylvia Gilmore at 422-9366 or go on-line at www.communitybiblestudy.org.
Thursdays, starting on September 14 - May
Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) is an in-depth, interdenominational Bible study that helps people know God and equips them to effectively serve the church throughout the world. In more than 1,000 classes in 39 countries, people of all ages, races and cultures participate in BSF, whether they are discovering God's Word for the first time or have studied the Bible over a lifetime.
Bible study draws us closer to God and helps us better understand Him, His Word and His love. Through a stronger relationship with God, members have discovered how to build better and stronger relationships with others at home, work, school and in our communities. In the more than 50 years since our founding, hundreds of thousands of men, women and children have participated in BSF. Many have gone on to assume leadership positions in their churches and to serve God in other ministries.
The closest BSF class for women meets in Milford at:
Calvary United Methodist Church
301 SE Front St Milford DE 19963-1543
Meeting day/time: Thursday 9:30 a. m.
For further information contact Judy Salvatore.
The closest BSF class for men meets in Georgetown at:
Georgetown Wesleyan Church
618 N. Bedford St. Georgetown, DE 19947
Meeting day/time: Thursday 6:50 p.m.
For more information contact Tim Westgate.