Cycle II

Life Classes

REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 11th!

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God desires for us to live in abundance and freedom in all areas of our lives and He wants to stir up the gifts and talents that he has placed in you so that you can use them for the upbuilding of the Kingdom of God. Life classes are a tool designed to help you walk faithfully and in authority in all areas of your life.

Life Classes cover a wide variety of topics and are designed to teach participants practical skills, based on biblical principles, through a sustained engagement over the course of several weeks. The curriculum provides comprehensive programming to address critical life issues. In this session participants will discover the impediments to establishing healthy relationships and learn skills to tear down the strongholds that have been preventing them from having victory in these areas.

There will be 5 separate classes offered this session. Each class will meet for 2.5 hours based on the schedule below. Upon completion of each class, participants will receive a certificate of achievement. Persons desiring to participate in this exciting opportunity must register for one of the 5 classes below.

 

               Class        Schedule          Time           Presenter
“Confidently Facing the Challenges of Parenting for each age.” Saturday: September 7, 14, 21 9:30 a.m.-Noon Rev. Chris. L. Brady
“Learning How to Grieve Well.” Saturday: September 7, 14, 21 9:30 a.m.-Noon Dr. Tonya D. Armstrong
“Establishing and Maintaining Healthy Marriages.” Saturday:  Aug. 31; Wednesday: September 4 and 11 Aug. 31: 9:30 a.m.-Noon    Sept. 4 & 11: 6:00-8:30 p.m. Dr. Orlando Dowdy
 “Single Living at Its Best!” Saturday:  September 7,  14, 21 9:30 a.m. –Noon Sis. Rochelle Woodson
“The Non-Traditional Family: Blended Families.” Saturday:  September 7, 14, 21 9:30 a.m.-Noon Bro./Sis. Russ and Katrina Tatum

 

 

 

FAQ

How many Life Classes Can I take at one time?

            Generally speaking, One. The majority of the classes will be offered at the same time and will run concurrently on the following Saturdays: Sept. 7, 14 and 21.

            The only exception is the class on “Establishing and Maintaining Healthy Marriages,” which will be held on Saturday, August 31, and Wednesday, Sept. 4 and 11. If participants registered for the Healthy Marriages course, they could register for another class as well that’s offered on Sept. 7, 14 and 21.

If I can’t make all of the classes can I still register?

            No. Due to the nature of the classes and the interest in maintaining a safe and nurturing environment, facilitators have requested that if participants register, they commit to attending each session that is offered.

Will the classes be recorded?

            No. Due to the nature of the classes and the interest in maintaining a safe and nurturing environment where people can feel comfortable being open and honest, these sessions will not be recorded.

Will there be materials available for those who can’t attend?

            If the facilitators provide materials for their respective courses, we will make them available upon request.

Will the classes be offered again?

            Each year we will offer classes addressing certain relationship issues. Topics related to this area will be chosen based on participant feedback.

Who’s teaching the classes?

            See the schedule of teachers in the Table listed in response to Question 3 above.

Where will the classes be taught?

            Here at BGC. Room Assignments will be forwarded to you via e-mail after registration closes.

How long will the classes be?

            Each class will meet for approximately 2.5 hours.

When does registration close?

            Sunday, August 25, 2019.