|Welcome to Southwood (New Members)|
Are you interested in learning about why we believe God has put us on this earth and in Huntsville? Do you want to know more about Christianity, church membership, Presbyterian theology, or the heart of Southwood? Please join us for this class that, unlike the others, begins Sunday, January 20, at 9:00am. This class is designed to help our newest visitors and to benefit longtime members as well. All are welcome!
|Seminar Room A|
|The Gospel of Mark: Part II|
Mark’s Gospel is about the gospel of the kingdom—the return of the kingdom of God that has come back into the world and history because Christ is the true King. Christ comes in a way that reverses the values of the world. He comes in weakness and service, not strength and force, to die as a ransom for us. As we enter the second half of Mark’s Gospel, Jesus is turning his focus increasingly toward Jerusalem and the cross: “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many (Mark 10:45).” Please join us for this powerful study of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. You don’t need to have attended Part I to jump in with us for Part II!
|Seminar Room B|
Jean F. Larroux, III
Want a class to teach you how to raise perfect children? Looking for a silver bullet guaranteeing success? Hoping to find the secret formula to Christian parenting? This is the class for you! We don’t have any of those answers, but we have a class to help you stop asking those questions! Children do not have to be taught to be selfish, self-centered, sinful and manipulative. They come out of the womb that way. They need parents who can lead them to the one who can rescue them from themselves, Jesus. You can’t give away what you don’t have, so as parents we will have to believe the Gospel before we can give it away to our kids. If you are willing to consider how the Gospel transforms your parenting, informs your own walk with Christ and ultimately conforms us into the image of God’s only son then join us!
|Seminar Room D|
What to Expect
Our goal is simple, but audacious: to teach seminary level class curricula in a relaxed, interactive environment through what we call Sunday Seminars. To realize this goal, we hope and pray that gifted teachers will hear God’s call and will prepare, sometimes years in advance, sometimes by personally taking seminary courses, to complement the pulpit by bringing this level of exegetical teaching to our Seminars.