the well u

THE WELL U supports our mission, "Healing brokenness in EACH of us ... discovering wholeness in ALL of us" by providing content that develops relational wholeness in your relationships with self, God, others and "creation" (your unique place in the world). THE WELL U provides the opportunity for adults to "go deeper" into the Bible, history, doctrine, literature, self-discovery/improvement strategies, and other "WELL-related" materials. We want "u" to be the best you! THE WELL U provides you a framework to: learn, grow, improve and thrive. THE WELL U is open to ALL (anyone in the church or community may sign-up for a course). Courses are offered in "Quarters" (4 times a year). Some courses may repeat, and not all courses will be on Sunday mornings. See the "Course Catalog" for more information each Quarter. Are you ready to challenge yourself and grow? Join us in THE WELL U!  (Register by clicking link below).

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Spring 2017 Class offerings

  • the bible for dummies

    INSTRUCTORS: Doug Bush & Morris Cromer

    LOCATION: Conference Room (past “Student Lounge”) DURATION: 8 weeks (Starts 4/2)

    WHEN: Sunday’s @ 11:15 am

    DESCRIPTION: It’s been said that the Bible is the best known, but least understood book in the world. By some estimates, over 150,000 Bibles are sold each day, but many sit unread on bookcases or bedside tables. Why? This class will encourage you to take your Bible off the shelf, dust it off, and start reading and applying it. It is designed to be an introduction for the first-time Bible readers, or a helpful review for Bible scholars. Topics will include: • How did we get the Bible? • Can we trust it? • How can I better understand how it applies to me? We will also discuss major Bible themes and important Bible characters. Come prepared with lots of questions and expect lively discussion.

  • made to crave(part 2): satisfying your deepest desire with god not food

    INSTRUCTOR: Jana Morrison

    LOCATION: Classroom 103 (down main hallway past “Student Lounge” next to Conference Room) DURATION: 8 weeks (continued from last quarter)

    WHEN: Sunday’s @ 11:15 am

    DESCRIPTION: God never intended for us to want anything more than we want Him. This NY Times bestselling study (Lysa TerKeurst) helps us understand how cravings for lasting spiritual satisfaction are often mistaken for cravings for food. According to Lysa, craving isn’t a bad thing. But the challenge is to realize God created us to crave so we’d ultimately desire more of Him in our lives, not more food. Many of us have misplaced that craving, and overindulge in physical pleasures instead of lasting spiritual satisfaction.