Adult Discipleship is an important part of the spiritual growth of adults at LAC.
Join us each Sunday at 9:00am to study together. ADC is designed using the Know, Grow, Show, and Go model of discipleship.
KNOW ChristGROW In ChristSHOW Christ in everyday lifeGO Out to share Christ with the world
Looking for a place of spiritual growth and relational encouragement? Adult Discipleship Classes may be the place for you on Sunday mornings at 9:00am.
Students of all life stages gather to dig into the Word of God and grow in His likeness.
Without a doubt, Romans is still the Greatest Letter ever written. Our study will begin where we left off last time with Chapters 9-11 in which Paul explores the Jewish problem. In these chapters, Paul addresses the questions: "Why haven't all the Jews responded to the Gospel of Jesus Christ? " We acknowledge that the Jews are God's own Chosen People, but yet the majority of the Jews did not (and still do not) accept Christ Jesus as their Messiah. For some scholars, it appears that the relationship of the Church to Israel and of Christians to Jews has the character of a sibling rivarly gone disastrously awry. Our study will carefully explore what Paul has to say on this subject and learn how we can be informed today as to a proper response to our Jewish brothers and sisters when it pertains to Jesus Christ the Messiah. Having participated in the study of Romans 1-8 is not required to join this ADC session. However, an interest in the Jewish problem and the answers Paul provides will be helpful for anyone joining the study.
Led by Fred Holler in Corridor D, Room 4.
Due to the increasingly global culture in which we live, it is important for Christians to know something about the major world religions so that we can speak confidently about our own faith. By learning about other religions we are able to learn more about God and Christianity, and how we can be more faithful to Christ. Join us for snapshots of major religions of the world and how we might continue to grow and learn more about our own savior. Special speakers versed in the study of religions will join our class periodically.
Led by Pastor Joe Burchill in the Uptown Theater.
Ladies, study together as you focus on twelve different women from scripture. This fresh look at women in the Bible will help you discover new insights and provide a powerful witness to God's gracious love that will leave you feeling challenged, encouraged, and deeply valued.
Led by Joy Burchill in Corridor D, Room 5.
Based on Paul's admonition to the Corinthian believers to learn from history, we will consider how these things happened to them. Both the bad things and the good things which happened to Israel are full of lessons of our own pilgrimage. Sin results in judgment - leading to pain and discomfort; repentance brings forgiveness and restoration of fellowship - leading to unbelievable joy and satisfaction.
We will surf through selected portions of the Old Testament, and then spend some considerable time in the Book of Nehemiah.
Led by Peter Leonovich in Corridor C, Room 2.
Would you like to become a member of LAC? Would you like to know more about the C&MA denomination and our local church? Do you want to meet people and find out how you can find your place in ministry here at LAC? "Welcome to Lancaster Alliance Church" is an interactive class where adults and teens can meet staff and ministry leaders, get the big picture of what it means to be a part of this local body, and learn how you can enjoy and serve God with us! If you are interested in attending this class, please call us a 717-397-1121 or send an email to email@example.com to pre-register.
Led by Frank and Dot Milliken in Corridor C, Room 3.