There are a variety of themes taught throughout the year including Biblical Foundations, Theological Foundations and Gospel Application.
In Luke’s sequel to his gospel account of “all that Jesus began to do and teach,” he carefully documents the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the church, the administration of the New Covenant, the fulfillment of Old Testament Scripture, and the faithful witness of the Apostles and early disciples of Jesus, “in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and even to the remotest part of the earth.” In it we see the most ordinary of people and even “the worst of sinners” transformed by the Holy Spirit, built by Him into the Church, and used by Him to bring the good news of salvation by faith in Christ to people near and far.
Taught by Rob Nettles & Gene Whitehead
The Bible gives us both positive and negative examples of how to live a life of faith. In this study, we will examine the lives of those who took the wrong path. We will study what the Bible tells us about Cain, Esau, Balaam, Korah, Sampson, Uzzah, Ahio, Absalom, Jehoiakim and Judas to learn what put them on the wrong path, what we can do to avoid their mistakes, and how they ultimately point us to our need for Christ.
Taught by Glenn Kurtz & Lloyd Poe
What does it mean to be a Christian and what do we believe at Sycamore? This is an opportunity to ask those questions and get the answers.
Taught by Pastor Harry Long