Faith Training is what we call small Sunday morning groups meeting for the purpose of helping people to grow in their Christian faith.
These classes are offered for adults on Sunday mornings at KCC. Each class runs for about 45 minutes. There are also classes for all ages of children at the same time. The coffee is hot in the lobby. If the class uses a book, you can pick up a copy in the KCC lobby bookstore! Join us each week for one of the following:
What’s This Thing Called Church?
Are you new to church? Are you new to the Bible? Are you new to faith? Our Senior Minister, Andy Bratton, leads this class meeting in the Conference Room (classroom right off the lobby). It is simply designed to answer your questions about the Bible, salvation, baptism, the church, and anything else you want to discuss.
Bring your questions. Bring your Bible. and let’s have some fun figuring out why we even have and do church.
Building Godly Character in one’s life and family
Why do Christian Marriages Struggle and fail? Why do Christian young people struggle at home, in school and work? Scripture shares a vital principle for the believer to ADD to their Faith – Godly Character!
What are the vital character qualities for life? How do I teach these to my children and implement them into my life? This class will provide clear direction and tools to help equip the believer and their children to face the challenges and opportunities of everyday life.
Building Godly Character is meeting in the Faith Cafe (located down the south hallway past the elevators) at 10:00 am with John Sowash.
What does it take to live a life of significance? When Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy took home the trophy in Super Bowl XLI, fans around the world looked to him as the epitome of success. Athletic victory, professional excellence, fame and celebrity, awards and honors―he had it all. But even in that moment, he knew those achievements had little to do with his ultimate significance as a man.
Coach Dungy still passionately believes that there is a different path to significance―a path characterized by attitudes, ambitions, and allegiances that are all too rare but uncommonly rewarding. In the New York Times bestseller Uncommon, Dungy reveals secrets to achieving significance that he has learned from his remarkable parents, his athletic and coaching career, his mentors, and his walk with God.
Join this group on Sunday mornings in the Green Room lead by Dean Farrier. Pick up your copy of Uncommon in the KCC bookstore!
Life Lessons: Book of James
Do your Monday actions reflect your Sunday worship? How about your claims to faith? Is your life full of noticeable changes and actions? James, the half-brother of Jesus, wasn’t impressed with talk. He knew that a life of faith was all about actions that revealed a difference in a person’s life. For him, it was not that works save the Christian, but that they mark the Christian. In his letter, he boldly deals with practical issues of faith not bound by culture or place. He shows the importance of living a genuine life of faith. His message is bare-knuckled as he encourages, challenges, and confronts, offering practical words and admonitions to live out our faith.
God heard their cry
In this eighth volume of the “Faith Lessons” series, taught by historian and teacher Ray Vander Laan, discover how God answers the cry of his persecuted people and proclaims himself LORD to them and their oppressors