Adult Learning

One of the ways to continue to grow in your faith at Elmbrook is through an Adult Learning community. Adult Learning offers classes that allow you to connect with others while growing spiritually. When you participate in a learning opportunity, you are entering into a deeper level of understanding and community.
“He is the one we proclaim, admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we may present everyone fully mature in Christ.” Colossians 1:28
SYLVIA JERONIMO
Pastor of Adult Learning

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Tough Questions

Sunday, December 15

Meets in Room B231/232 at the Brookfield Campus at 9:00amJoin us anytime! How can an all-powerful God allow suffering? Is Jesus the only way to God? Why should I trust the Bible? How can we prepare to have meaningful, life-changing conversations...

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Celebrating Advent: Invitation to Make Room

Sunday, December 15

Join us in B229 for a five-week Advent class where we will study scripture, learn the history behind advent and practice spiritual rhythms that will connect us with the true significance of the Christmas season. Consider this your invitation to...

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Doug's Class: Sunday Bible Study

Sunday, December 15

Do you enjoy digging into the Word of God? Join friends old and new on Sundays during 2nd hour (10:45am-noon), beginning Sept. 22 in Fellowship Hall. This year for Sunday Bible Study, we will continue in Acts of the Apostles, followed by 5...

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Biblical Interpretation and Theology class - BIT

Monday, December 16

A 30-week course that provides an introduction to hermeneutics, genre-based biblical interpretation, biblical theology, and systematic theology. While the format will vary from week to week, class meetings will normally include a lecture, a...

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Acts: Verse by Verse

Sunday, January 19

One of the best ways to study the Bible is through the “inductive” study. Manuscript Inductive study contains the three aspects of inductive Bible study: observation, interpretation, and application. In this class, you will engage in...

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Parables

Sunday, January 19

Jesus spoke to the people in parables, but what was he saying? This class will examine the story behind the stories known as the parables of Jesus. We will look at the historical and contextual background, explore the theological foundation of...

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The Gospel of John

Thursday, January 23

The Gospel of John provides a unique perspective on the life of Jesus. Unlike Matthew, Mark, and Luke, John’s Gospel brings the reader into an experience that continually reminds people that Jesus’ ministry frequently points to one...

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SHAPE- Spiritual Gifts Assessment

Saturday, February 15

In this eye-opening, empowering, and liberating class, you will discover God’s unique purpose for your life based on the way God has shaped you. He made you marvelously unique for a reason. Tap into that reason and into the secrets of your...

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Lent

Sunday, March 1

Each year God gives us the joyful season of Easter. Remembering and celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus is what Lent is about: to prepare to celebrate with mind and heart renewed as we recall the significant events that gave us new...

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The Apostle's Creed

Sunday, March 15

The Apostles' Creed was born from the apostles' teachings. It contains essential doctrines and beliefs that summarize the gospel and the foundation of our faith. The scriptural truths contained in the creed enable us to build our Christian lives...

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Faith, Art and Architecture: Seeking God’s Splendor

Thursday, April 16

Learn how art reflects, responds to, is shaped by (and even shapes) belief. We will look at magnificent works of art and architecture with our eyes and be challenged with connecting them to our hearts and minds. Michael Aschenbrenner is an art...

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50 Plus! What Now?

Thursday, April 23

Learn five essential tools to manage the confusing changes we all face sometime after age 50, understand your purpose, and develop a plan to love the next years of your life.

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New Testament Survey

Sunday, January 19

During this 8-week course, we will walk with Jesus through the Gospels, watch the exciting growth of the early church as recorded in the book of Acts, read letters from the apostles addressing the needs and struggles of our original brothers and...

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Parables

Sunday, March 22

Jesus spoke to the people in parables, but what was he saying? This class will examine the story behind the stories known as the parables of Jesus. We will look at the historical and contextual background, explore the theological foundation of...

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50 Plus! What Now?

Tuesday, March 24

Learn five essential tools to manage the confusing changes we all face sometime after age 50, understand your purpose, and develop a plan to love the next years of your life.

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SHAPE- Spiritual Gifts Assessment

Saturday, April 18

In this eye-opening, empowering, and liberating class, you will discover God’s unique purpose for your life based on the way God has shaped you. He made you marvelously unique for a reason. Tap into that reason and into the secrets of your...

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Elmbrook is hosting a Trinity Evangelical Divinity School course in 2020!

American Church History | Taught by Dr. Mark Chapman
Wednesdays from January 15 – May 6, 2020 | 6:30-9:15pm
The transition of European churches to America and their involvement with theological, liturgical, social, and political issues; the nature of Puritanism; separation of church and state; awakenings and revivals; social concern; liberalism, fundamentalism, neo-orthodoxy, and contemporary evangelicalism are subjects of this course.