Wednesday Night Live resumes Jan. 21 at Main Post Chapel
Thursday, 08 February 2018
By Derek Gean
Assistant editor
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The Religious Support Office’s spring session of Wednesday Night Live is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at the Main Post Chapel.

According to Cindy Dack, director of religious education, it is a form of “Sunday school,” for protestant congregations.

The program begins with dinner each week, then at 6:15 groups break into different classes.

The youth will travel to the Religious Education building on Indiana for youth group (car pools will be arranged), and the children will be taught through a class called ‘Warriors for Christ.’ There is a nursery for children under the age of 4, Dack said.

Adult classes include:  Financial Peace University, taught by Derek Welborn.  

Paul Kelley will be teaching a men’s study called “Why Christianity,” answering some of the most difficult questions of the Christian faith walk.  

“The Book of John,” will be taught by Chaplain (Maj.) Keith Ferrell. This class teaches the basics of Christianity through the eyes of John.  

“That the World May Know,” will be taught by Danny White, and is a continuation of a last semester course but new students can join in this semester. This class is meant to help with understanding of God and becoming a disciple of Christianity.  

The Rev. John Perling will be teaching “Romans for Recovery.” This study shows how Paul provides the foundations of encouragement in scriptural promises.   

“We are also excited to add a brand new class.  It is called “Reboot Recovery”, and it is geared toward those who are dealing with PTSD and how it is affecting their family life,” Dack said.  “Deployment, and traumatic events take a toll on all of us and our families.  Some have described this class as both lifesaving and family saving.” Chaplain (Capt.) Luis Anda and Seth and Anne Marie Detavernier will be teaching this course.  

Dack said everyone is welcome. For more information, call Dack at 573.596.0089.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 February 2018 )