Flawed Families of the Bible

Sunday School

By | November 05, 2014

The Contemporary Adult Sunday School Class invites you to join us over the next 8 weeks as we study the stories of Hagar and Sarah, Leah, Bathsheba, the Ethiopian Eunuch and more.  This study promises to share how God brings hope in the midst of hopeless situations.  The authors say of the study, “We do not attempt to distill from the accounts of biblical families three easy steps to leading a happy family life, or six ways to avoid the pitfalls leading to family disaster.  Instead, we dig into the complexities and difficulties of their lives to try to understand them and, through them, God’s ways of working in their broken places.”

We all have broken places,

and we all benefit

from community, laughter, and God’s grace.

We meet on Sunday mornings from 9:45-11:00 am

in the first room on your left as you enter the West doors

(also known as the “Middle School Room” for Before and After Care).   We range in age from young adult to (ahem) middle-age adults.  Rev. Rebecca Luter facilitates our discussions.

We are parents, men, women, single, couples – but mostly we are honest people who struggle and laugh and cry and support one another as we seek to be better people and more faithful disciples.

The book is available through Amazon, or you may order by emailing churchoffice@farmingtonpres.org .  The cost of the book is $18.

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