Snellville Church of Christ
Sunday, March 18, 2018
Loving God, Loving People
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Sunday Classes


Winter 2017-2018 (December-February)

Significant Others – taught by Eddie Warlick and Ted van den Meiracker (Auditorium)

A generation ago, most Americans had little or no contact with Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, or any other adherents of non-Christian religions. Now our culture is much more pluralistic. In addition to these ''others,'' many Westerners, disenchanted with Christianity, are more inclined than they were a generation ago to dabble in new spiritual alternatives that were not as readily available here before. Many Christians feel intimidated by these changes and don't know how to engage their newest non-Christian neighbors in conversation, partly because they feel ignorant about the religions practiced by others. This study seeks to fill this knowledge gap so Christians can become more acquainted with the religious backgrounds of devout non-Christians they are meeting, as well as with the growing number of American people who claim no religious affiliation at all.


Basic Beliefs – taught by Scott Blair (Room #119-120)

This study will encourage you to open your Bible and work on the fundamentals of your faith again. It will require you to engage your mind in a pursuit more noble than an NFL game or the latest reality television show. It will draw you into God's truth and reinforce your knowledge of the fundamentals of our faith. 


The Triumph of Love – taught by Ken Robinson (Room #110)

The sum of all other virtues is love. Scriptures repeatedly makes that clear by saying the whole law is fulfilled in this one word (Galatians 5:14). Jesus said all the law and the prophets hang on two commandments about love: love for God, and love for your neighbor (Matthew 22:37-40).


Looking at the Man in the Mirror: A Study of James – taught by Monty Joseph (Fellowship Hall)

The mirror doesn't lie. Our enemies might try to convince us that we are less than we really are. Our friends might even flatter us into believing that we're more than we really are. The mirror tells us the truth — the good, the bad, and sometimes even the ugly. God's Word is the true mirror that allows us to look deeply into our own hearts and see as God sees. James, the brother of Jesus, holds God's mirror and encourages us to fix what is out of place and to clean whatever is dirty as we strive to look like Jesus in today's world.


Teen Classes

Sunday Morning: The Gospel: taught by Josh Davis


Children's Classes 
Preschool Classes (6m–4yr)                                   
The Birth of Christ, People and Places.

The children will learn about the people and places  surrounding the birth of Christ.

Preachtree Street (K-5th)                      

Rotation 44: Kingdom Divided - Elijah, Elisha, Jonah.  Bible Text: I Kings, II Kings and Jonah. Memory Verse: “When God saw their deeds, that they turned from their wicked way, then God relented concerning the calamity which He had declared He would bring upon them.  And He did not do it.”  Jonah 3:10 NASB



 Birth - 10 mos. — Nursery       Age 4 — Room 107  Museum — Room 115
 Toddlers — Room 101  K-5 — Room 108  Game Room — Room 116
 Age 2 — Room 105  Art Room — Room 113          Media Room — Room 117
 Age 3 — Room 106  Bakery — Room 114  Drama Room — Room 118