Equip Classes

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  • Experiencing the Prodigal God

    prod.i.gal / adjective

    1. Spending money or resources freely and recklessly: wastefully extravagant; 2. having spent everything

    We will use Tim Keller's The Prodigal God to look at our own hearts and discover what it's like to experience God's reckless, extravagant love. As Keller puts it: "Jesus is showing us the God of Great Expenditure, who is nothing if not prodigal toward us, his children. 

  • Money Matters: A Christian View of Finances, Stewardship, and Giving

    In this class  we will examine what it means for Christians to be wise with the resources God has given us and yet also generous as a response to God's generosity with us. Topics include investing, insurance, retirement planning, and giving, all from a biblical perspective. By the end of our eight weeks together, we will have a better understanding of what it means to love God and our neighbors in the financial realm. Come prepared to discuss!

  • When Helping Hurts

    This class is designed to help members of CCC fulfill the mission of making the invisible Christ visible in and around our communities. During the 8 week session we will learn a new definition of poverty and develop principles of effective ways of helping the poor and needy in our communities. At the end of the study, CCC members will be mobilized to reach out into our communities with the love of Christ.

    This study will be a mix of video, and discussion groups with classroom exercises. Our primary text is the book "When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty without Hurting the Poor...and Yourself" by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert.

  • Historic Doctrines of Grace: From Augustine to Dordt

    In this class  we will identify the historic "Reformed" doctrines of grace, trace the history of these doctrines throughout the history of the church, and examine the biblical basis for these doctrines, as well as the alternatives to these doctrines that have been offered over the centuries. This teaching, by God's grace, will change how you view the gospel, how you make decisions and ascertain God's will for your life, and help you base your worldview on a solid foundation of Scripture.