Cornerstone Presbyterian

Adult Sunday School

Sunday Mornings at 9:00 a.m.

Adult Sunday School classes teach the Scriptures, how to understand them better, and how to apply them to real life, all in an atmosphere of love and fellowship. Please join one of our classes, and find their value for your life in Christ.

Sunday School Classes offered for Spring 2018
April 15th – June 10th


Shepherding Conversations
Led by Elders Billy Haines, Dave Phillips, Kevin Smith, Seth Watts, and Marsh Williams (with help from the Women’s Ministry Leadership) in Fellowship Hall

Ephesians 4:11-12 says that God gave shepherds and teachers to, “equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.” The Cornerstone session wants to cultivate a community of shepherding for the whole church where we can be God’s instruments for one another. All of God’s children are called into ministry, and each of them needs the daily intervention this ministry provides. How can this happen? Using Paul Tripp’s book Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands as a jumping off point, this class will consider the ways that God uses people as tools of change in the lives of others, recognizing that each of us are ourselves in need of change. This class will have table group discussions that will benefit from having completed the assigned reading.

The Book of Genesis
Led by Bruce Boone in Room 201

Historically, Jews and Christians alike have held that Moses was the author and compiler of Genesis and the other four books of the Old Testament to make up the Pentateuch. Genesis speaks of beginnings – of the heavens and earth, of light and darkness, of seas and skies, of land and vegetation, of sun and moon and stars, of sea and air and land animals, of human beings made in God’s own image, of sin and redemption, and the lists could go on and on.

The book of Genesis is foundational to the understanding of the rest of the Bible. Its message is rich, and complex, and listing its main elements gives a succinct outline of the Biblical message as a whole. It is supremely a book of relationships, highlighting those between God and nature, God and man, and man and man. Join us as we study many of the “firsts” in the ten sections of the Book of Genesis.

Personal Evangelism
Led by George Pauley in Room 208

Has personal evangelism been a joyful activity, that you can’t wait to do? Or has it been some sort of drudgery, that you have avoided? This class will challenge, equip, and encourage you to boldly proclaim the greatest news there is. We will consider various strategies and methods that will help you start and move conversations toward the heart of the Gospel message. We will use Mark Dever’s book The Gospel and Personal Evangelism to help us develop a habit of personal evangelism.


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