Wednesday Connections 2016

February 3, 10, 17, 24

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PEOPLE LOVING PEOPLE

Dinners at 5:30 p.m. ($5 Adults – $3 children 12yrs-old & under)

Electives at 6:30 p.m.

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Dinners at 5:30 p.m. ($5 Adults - $3 children 12yrs-old & under)

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Electives at 6:30 p.m.

Sign Language – Elizsa Graul (Upstairs Ad Building)
Sign language is a beautiful language, and it is also a practical skill (to teach our children, those working with the deaf, or senior citizens who are gradually losing hearing). Elizsa will expand our communication skills by teaching us how to sign basic words and sentences in this 4 week tutorial.

First Aid and Safety – Terri Least (Conference Room)
What would you do if you fell and no one was around to help you? Would you like to know how to get out of your car more easily? What if you were choking and had to rely on yourself for survival? Terry will offer a (non-certifiable) class on First Aid and Safety to address these and other matters of importance for you, your aging parents, or friends.

Wisdom – Making Life Work - Pastor Tim (Parlor) This Bible study written by Bill Hybels explores the time-tested Key Scripture passages from Proverbs that offer insight into developing discipline, speaking truth and strengthening relationships so that we think and act with godly wisdom. The Hybels’ booklet is $6 and can be purchased at the Welcome Center or in the Office.

New Testament Essentials - Keith Jagger (Fellowship Hall)
Keith will provide a sampling of essential teachings from the New Testament, including the ways that each gospel portrays Jesus differently, Jesus' call to effective Kingdom discipleship, what Acts says about the Spirit and healing, and why Paul thinks Christianity is real.

Depression – Amber Helme: MA, LPCC (Secretary’s Office – Ad Min Building)
What’s the difference between clinical depression and normal situational despair? Ms. Helme, owner of Family Counseling here in Versailles, will explain this plus offer information on treatments including medication, counseling, and community/family/spiritual support.

Nursery, Children and Youth programs will run on the same schedule as Adult Electives from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Choir practice follows at 7:30 p.m. REACH OUT AND BRING A FRIEND!