The Pathfinders class meets on Sunday mornings at 9:15am in Faith Hall, Room 301C. We are comprised of single men and single women, age 30 to 49, and we try to incorporate discussion time during class in a way that enables each of us to build deeper relationships with each other while pushing each other to a more meaningful understanding of God's Word including the impact that it should have in our daily lives.
Class lessons vary from one series to another with recent topics including the Song of Solomon series by Tommy Nelson, Romans 1-8, and a study on Philippians.
This is what we're currently doing:
Style: Table Discussion and Group Discussion
Average Sunday Attendance: 50+ people
Current Series: Titus
To Titus, his son in the faith, partner and fellow worker who was ministering to a young church, the Apostle Paul wrote earnestly of the need for Christians to put doctrine into practice - to behave in ways that would "Make the teaching about God our Savior attractive." Paul's guidance for choosing Christian leaders and training church members is an inspiring call for all Christians to live out their faith in the good works prepared for God's people.* That writing is Paul's letter to Titus.
We'll be studying the book of Titus over the next several months, interspersed with occassional digressions for subjects that warrant immediate attention. For each week's topic, check out our class calendar.
*Adapted from Lifechange Series study of Titus published by NavPress, copyright 1996.