Summer 2020 (June – August)
All classes are on Sundays from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm, unless otherwise noted.
7th Grade – Mark
Wesley Chin, Grace Mah, and Brittany Mark | Online
8th grade – Living By the Book: Relating Biblically to People and Culture
Rob Cantilina and Bennie Reitan | Online
Youths get more concerned with many life issues as they become self-conscious. Am I normal? Do my friends like me? Why do I feel out of place? Am I meeting all the expectations? Dealing with issues concerning self in the adolescent years could be quite confusing and stressful! But there is help because God has given us His Manual of Life, the Bible, to guide us to live a full and meaningful life. In this class we’ll discuss adolescent issues and seek understanding and help from God’s Manual.
9th grade – OT/NT Survey, Part IV
Edmund Lau and Team | Online
Through hands-on study and group discussion, this class provides a clear understanding of the 66 books of the Bible in their theme messages, their unity and coherence, and their relevance to our daily life. If you want a better understanding of the whole Bible, this is the place to start.
10th Grade – A Homiletics Study on God’s Redemptive Plan
Elder Robin Chen and Team | Online
Homiletics is a method of studying Bible passages in context and analyzing them in depth to uncover the key message(s) of the author to the recipients. In this class, we will practice the method with 12 short passages from the Bible, which reveal God’s redemptive plan. We will also share our findings in group discussion, and discover their relevance to our daily living.
11th Grade – 1 Peter & Hebrews: Grow with Hardships
Matt Lau, Kristal Calkins, Joyce Lam | Online
Wise Christians understand that opposition and suffering are normal for the church, and are prepared for anything. That’s why Christians today need the message of 1 Peter — a letter to first-century believers surrounded by trials and hostility.
12th Grade – Dig In
Andrew Yuen and Team | Online
Explore issues of Christian faith during college time.