ABF classes are a place you can connect with the FCC family and dig deeper into God's word. Classes are held in the ABF area which is located on the east side of the building.

8AM  - 1ST PETER  (led by Frank Jeans)   Class begins July 21st.
1st Peter was written to displaced Christians dealing with persecution caused by Nero, a very evil, dangerous ruler.  My mind is drawn to brothers and sisters in Christ who faced persecution that we can only imagine.  This letter offers encouragement and instruction to these folks and to remind them, and all of us, that we serve and all-powerful God who provides grace for living in difficult circumstances and reminds us that we need to help each other through whatever is being faced.  For those of us in the United States this might very well be different than what Christians are facing in the Middle East or parts of Africa or other areas of the world.  We have missionaries living and working in some of these areas, so we need to pray for them and encourage them in whatever way we can.   At the same time we need to encourage each other as we face our own problems. Join us and discover what the Apostle Peter had to say to them and us.

9AM - REAL LIFE (led by Rusty Saunders)
As we look at the world today, it's easy to feel discouraged and overwhelmed. Paul's letter to the Philippians, written from prison, addresses these same feelings with hope found in Christ. Even as he faced prison and persecution, Paul urged the Philippians to rejoice in the Lord no matter what their circumstances.In this 6-part series, pastor Akshay Rajkumar addresses the discouragement and hopelessness that people face today & offers the hope of real joy, truth, freedom, and love that Paul writes about in Philippians. If we have Christ we have real life. Class will run from June 23-July28th

10:30AM - Bible study and Connections
Jesse Frame, working with Glen Meachem, will be leading a class each week. This is an excellent class for study and connections.  If you are not attending a class and want to, this is a good one to try.