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Explore the Bible Adult Study—Entrusted with God's Good News
Sun, 9–10:15AM, Room 219, Ongoing Class
by Troy & Kay Hill, Dave & Mona Hundrup
Join this easy-to-understand and practical study of God’s Word. Connect with one another, share life together while growing in your understanding of who Christ is and what you're called to do as a result of your relationship with Him. 

Hands of Faith Bible Study
Sun, 9–10AM, Room 226, Ongoing Class
by Sam Gary
This basic foundational Bible study is for all ages involved in the deaf community. Communication is in ASL, but voice interpretation is available for those wishing to learn ASL. For more information, contact the Hands of Faith ministry.

Young Adult Bible Study (Ages 18-29)
Wed, Jan-May 18, 7-8:30PM, Rm 219, Ongoing Class
If you are done with high school or twenty something, then you are invited to join our enthusiastic and fun-loving leaders Dave and Mona Hundrup as they unpack some of God's truths found in the book of Hebrews. The first two Wednesdays of the month are steeped in a Bible study, the 3rd Wednesday of the month we get into our "Doing Life Together" book, and the 5th week of a month is a game night. Join us every week or when you can!

Hands of Faith
Wed, 7-8PM, Rm 226, Ongoing Class
by James Patton, No Cost
The deaf community from across Anchorage are invited to join as we dive into the pages of God's Word. Communication is in ASL, but voice interpretation is available for those wishing to learn ASL. For more information, contact the Hands of Faith ministry.

Celebrate Recovery
Fri, 6:30-8:30PM, Auditorium, Ongoing Class
by Amy Gill
This is a Christ-based approach to recovery in response to other twelve-step programs. Celebrate Recovery is directed toward all hurts, hang-ups and habits, including but not limited to drug and alcohol addictions, sex addiction, eating disorders, and people who have been sexually abused. There will be breakout sessions for different groups. 

Community Health Evangelism—A Wholistic Approach to Outreach

Learn and apply how Jesus taught us to address the physical and spiritual needs of people as an integrated whole. Poverty in all its forms (physical health, economic, spiritual, and social) can only be effectively addressed in the lives of people as a complete creation of God. How can we love God with all our mind, body, spirit, and strength unless we are healthy in all areas? This training addresses the root causes of poverty, disease, and spiritual darkness—equipping leaders to share the Gospel and mobilize community action both locally and globally. Next training available in October 2016.

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Lynch Community Group (Co-ed)
Sundays, 4:30PM (Meets twice monthly), Lake Otis & 68th Area

by Greg and Lora Lynch
Join us as we come together in community around the discussion of God's Word.
Sorry, this group is full.

New Hope House (Women)
Begins Sun, Jun 26, 2-4PM, E. Anchorage
By Judith Regan

The community at New Hope is geared towards guiding women into a new direction of self-talk as they transition into the community from the correctional system. Their past does not identify them, but rather their relationship with Christ. We will dive into the study “Me, Myself, and Lies.” Words are powerful. Especially the words women speak to themselves. All too often, what they say to themselves when they lie in bed at night or look in the mirror in the morning is not even close to the words God wants them to speak to their souls. According to author Jennifer Rothschild, what we think about often has a ripple effect on nearly every area of our lives. (Map)

Fundamentals of the Faith (Deaf Community-Men)
Fourth Tuesday of Month, 6–7PM, Abbott-Dimond Area
by James Dow
If you are a new believer or know someone who is, Fundamentals of the Faith is the perfect resource for establishing a solid biblical foundation for the Christian life. Cost: $10. Location: 1546 N. Heather, 99507 (Map). (Max 6)

Fundamentals of the Faith (Men)

Wed, 6:30–8PM, 5406 W. Dimond, No. 4 (Map)
by Chuck and Linda Erickson
If you are a new believer or know someone who is, Fundamentals of the Faith by John MacArthur is the perfect resource for establishing a solid biblical foundation for the Christian life. Cost: $10. Contact Chuck for more information at 907.444.1261.

Fundamentals of the Faith (Co-ed)
Wed, 7-8:30PM, East Anchorage

by Brooks and Liz Worman 
If you are a new believer or know someone who is, Fundamentals of the Faith is the perfect resource for establishing a solid biblical foundation for the Christian life. Cost: $10. Families with children welcomed. Location: 8371 Majestic Dr., 99504 (Map). (Max 12)

Becoming Myself: Embracing God’s Dream of You (Deaf Women)
Sat, (1st Saturday of the Month), 11AM, East Anchorage
by Ginny Patton
Becoming Myself is a hope-filled book for anyone who wonders if her life will ever change—if she will ever change. In Stasi Eldredge’s most intimate book yet, she shares her own struggles with self-worth, weight, and her past as she shows readers how God is faithfully unveiling who we truly are. Lay down past thoughts about yourself and receive God’s incredible dreams for you instead in this 8-week study. Cost: $25. No child care available. Location: 6110 E. 12th Ave, No.8B, 99504 (Map). (4 Women Max)

Pinky Promise Sisters (Women)
4th Sat of the Month, Off Site in Dimond Area

By Christine Ross
A pinky promise is a promise to honor God with your body and your life. To refuse to give your body to anyone that hasn't paid the price for you called marriage. It's a promise to God that you will honor your marriage covenant. Single or married, come with an open heart and bring something to share (food/drink) with the group, if you're able. (Max 10). Please email Christine to get directions.

Free and Flourishing (Women)
Begins Thur, May 19, 6-8PM, Off-site
by Chereece Warner
We'll dive into Financial Peace University for those wishing to learn how to handle money God's way (9WKS). The cost associated with this group are linked directly to the cost of the study materials. Cost: $99 for curriculum. (Max 10)

Young Married Group
Thurs, 7PM, S. Anch
by Grant and Morgan Melson & Josiah and Amanda Ingels

Join us for a time of worship, prayer and discussion of the weekend message. The group also participates in outreach, alternating between home group and outreach (Max 8). Sorry, no child care. Contact Grant or Morgan if you plan to join.

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A Better Man
Begins Tue, Apr 12, 6-7:15AM, Rm 219, Ongoing Class 
by Cortland Reger
Join us as we travel through the remarkable book of Acts. This study focuses on expanding God's kingdom and making disciples as we grow in the gift of evangelism. Each Tuesday includes a short video, bible study and discussion, fellowship, and prayer. A small donation for the cost of the study's workbook is appreciated, but not required.

Journey Through the Scripture
Tue, 6:30-8AM, Rm 119, Ongoing Class
Contact: Dan Conrad
Join other men in strengthening your walk with Christ in a casual atmosphere—it's a solid way to start the day. We have sustenance for the body and soul as we enjoy some morning eats and dig into the pages of Scripture.

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New Hope House
Begins Sun, Jun 26, 2-4PM, E. Anchorage
By Judith Regan

The community at New Hope is geared towards guiding women into a new direction of self-talk as they transition into the community from the correctional system. Their past does not identify them, but rather their relationship with Christ. We will dive into the study “Me, Myself, and Lies.” Words are powerful. Especially the words women speak to themselves. All too often, what they say to themselves when they lie in bed at night or look in the mirror in the morning is not even close to the words God wants them to speak to their souls. According to author Jennifer Rothschild, what we think about often has a ripple effect on nearly every area of our lives. (Map)

Knit, Purl, and Pray
Tuesdays, 6:30-8PM (Meets 2nd Tues of Month), Rm 123
by Janet Hepplewhite & Denise Martinez
Knit and purl or loop and stitch as we crochet or knit shawls to those hospitalized, shut in, or otherwise vulnerable. Every yard of yarn will bring with it encouragement and a lift to the heart as prayer is woven into each shawl. This small gift may refresh the weary, sustain the sick, and lift the lonesome, knowing they are remembered and have been carried to the throne of grace.

The Heart of God
Study: Worries, Woes and Worship: Moving from Fear to Faith
 

Begins Tue, Jun 14-Aug 2, 6:30–8PM, Connecting Place
by Birgitta Tulip
Do you ever feel like God is not hearing your prayer? The prophet Habakkuk did. He looked at the injustice around him and wondered why God did not seem to change the situation. As he continued to look to God, the prophet ended up getting answers - but they were far different from what he expected. Learn how to worship in the middle of worry, confusion, and frustration in this practical study of Habakkuk. Cost: $6. No child care available. 

Last Wives' Club (For New Participants)
Feb '16–Feb '17, 1st Wed of Month, 6-8PM, Midtown at Dessert First (224 W. 34th Ave-Map)
By Pam Washington
The wives of LWC pursues God’s way in their marriage through the biblical study, "The Excellent Wife." Our mission is to come alongside of and encourage women as they submit their lives and marriages to God and understand, respect, and support their husbands in ways modeling our relationship with Jesus Christ. Cost: $12/meeting (includes meal) Sorry, this group is full.

Sermon on the Mount
Begins Thurs, Jun 9, 1-3PM, S Anchorage
facilitated by Denise Martinez
Most of us have only encountered the Sermon on the Mount in fragments, considering its subdivisions as complete teachings in their own right. But what if we navigated these three chapters as they were originally heard: as one cohesive, well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification? Join us for the summer as we dive into Jen Wilkin's Sermon on the Mount. Cost: $17.

Last Wives' Club
3rd Sat of Month, 3-5PM, Off-site at 12-100 Coffee & Communitas (Huffman & Old Seward Hwy Area)

by Pam Washington
The wives of LWC pursues God’s way in their marriage through the biblical study, "The Excellent Wife." Our mission is to come alongside of and encourage women as they submit their lives and marriages to God and understand, respect, and support their husbands in ways modeling our relationship with Jesus Christ. Cost: $20

Not Married Now
3rd Sat of Month, 12-1:30PM, Off-site at 12-100 Coffee & Communitas (Huffman & Old Seward Hwy Area)
Attention singles! Not married now, yet or ever? The Last Wives’ Club Not Married Now group may be for you. We will dispel the myths and explore the truth through the study Marriage is Hard. Come look before you leap, leap again, or decide never to leap. It’s going to be a whole lot of fun!

El Club La Ultima Esposa— Comienza 29 de enero 2016
cita El ultimo viernes de cada mes, Faith Christian Community, 7-9PM, sala 128
by Martha Andrade

Las Esposas del LWC persiguen lo establecido por Dios en sus matrimonios mediante el estudio Biblico, "La Esposa de Excelencia". Nuestra mision es estar a lado y motivar a las mujeres a someter sus vidas y matrimonios a Dios, con entendimiento, respeto y apoyo a sus esposos de manera que moldee su relacion con Cristo Jesus. Precio: $20

Free and Flourishing
Begins Thurs, May 19, 6-8PM, Off-site
by Chereece Warner
We'll dive into Financial Peace University for those wishing to learn how to handle money God's way (9WKS). The cost associated with this group are linked directly to the cost of the study materials. Cost: $99 for curriculum (Max 10)

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Jr High Community Group (7-8th grade)
Sun, 10:30AM, Room 201
by Phil Erickson 
Students learn and discuss the prevailing message of the weekend service, helping them interact together with family and friends about the same topics.

MORPH (Juniors & Seniors)
Sun, 4:30-6:30PM, Off-site
by Phil Erickson 
What does faith after high school look like? It is hard when we get dumped into the world and we didn’t prepare for it. Designed with you in mind, we will work together to make faith after high school a reality. This group is led by Pastor Phil and Laurel Erickson and meets in their home. Email Pastor Phil for more information and directions

Youth Group  (7-8 grade) (9-12 grade)
Wed, 7-9PM, Auditorium
by Phil Erickson
We’ll look at how the Bible and our faith is lived out day to day. Between short lessons and small groups we’ll work out just what it looks like to actually live out our faith. We know God is the creator of ALL things, so this means that he created “fun.” We are a biblical youth group and so we partake in this part of creation as well. Games  get us up and moving, shaking off the school day. So come and be ready for a great night that is worth the two hours of your life.

The Vessel 
by Aimee Hull-Malnoske
This discipleship program leads girls in grades 9-12, using the book "You're Already Amazing" by Holly Gerth. Meeting time and venue varies.

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Caring Childcare (Birth to 12)
Tuesdays, 6:15-8:30PM
Coordinator Teresa Klein
Not just babysitters… the staff enjoy getting to know your children and work with them on learning scripture with age-appropriate activities. Please contact Teresa and let her know to expect your children.

Faith Kids (Birth to 6th Grade)
Sat and Sun during regular services
Preschool Director Taylor Garber
Little ones enjoy Bible stories, crafts, games and worship in a safe environment, staffed with loving adults.

Elementary Director Tammy Bierman
Foundational biblical truths are presented in a fun and relevant way  through skits, worship and teaching.

Kairos Quest
Wednesdays, Beginning Sept 2016
There is an amazing God working behind the scenes of our everyday lives. While our lives may seem ordinary and boring, God is waiting to break into our day and take us on an adventure. In this adventure-themed series, kids learn how to pay attention to those “Kairos” moments, when God invites them to join His epic quest. Kids will discover how to hear from God and act on what He tells them. Look for this new adventure starting Wednesdays this fall!

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