A training ground for followers of Jesus.

By teaching and discussion, New Life’s AdultEd effort seeks to reach and transform members of New Life and friends, shaping who we are, how we think, and what we do to increasingly reflect our identity as those who trust and embody Jesus.

Normally offered Sunday these classes are directed at those 18 or older, AdultEd meets during both Sunday Worship Services in various rooms in our facility.




Pride |  Marc Davis
This is on the list of your sins, right?  But it’s slippery.  How do you know it and repent of it?  How do you cultivate real humility instead? What does the Bible say?  Let’s go to work. September 11 through October 30, Library (left side)

Women’s Bible Study (Sunday Session) | Various Teachers
Unpacking the ancient mystery of God spoken of in the Old Testament.  Past generations puzzled over the mystery and angels longed to look into it.  In Colossians, the apostle Paul clearly shows Jesus as the answer to the mystery “in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”  Come join us as we study and celebrate the “riches of this mystery, which is Christ in [us], the hope of glory!” A Sunday morning opportunity to work through the study questions and watch the Wednesday lecture on the Book of Colossians. Room 107

CollegeLife | Phil Monroe
Open to College Students Freshman thru Seniors. College Life has unique challenges and opportunities, and we want to help wherever we can. Join this class taught by Phil Monroe, professor of Psychology and Counseling at Biblical Theological Seminary. Various topics. 10:45am worship service follows. Room 107

Book Discussion |  Carolyn Stonehouse
Eat This Book: A Conversation in the Art of Spiritual Reading by Eugene Peterson is the book that challenges us to read the Scriptures on their own terms, as God’s revelation, and to live them as we read them.  Peterson offers greatly needed, down-to-earth counsel on spiritual reading. Room 107 September 11 through October 30

Tough Decision-Making in the Bible
Consider someone like Joseph, and look at the pivotal points in his life when he had to make tough decisions.  Think about these critical junctures, including his various options.  Why did he chose one way and not the other?  What can we learn from this? Library October 9 through November