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New Sessions Begin Each Fall
Leadership for the Common Good
In ancient Greek, the agora was a gathering place in the middle of a city that served as the center for commerce, politics, education, the arts, religion and civic life. What happened in the agora shaped the society as a whole. Not much has changed. Today the ideas and practices that flow from the academies, churches/temples/synagogues, businesses, houses of government and studios profoundly change and shape the society in which we live.
The Agora Fellowship equips young professionals to integrate their Christian commitment and vocation enabling them to impact their professions for God’s kingdom and to be agents of cultural renewal.
The Fellowship is a nine-month intensive program designed to provide young professionals with a solid base of theological, ethical and cultural understanding. Through weekly readings and discussions, monthly gatherings, and one-on-one mentoring with a mature person in their profession, Fellows will develop as influential leaders in their professions who can serve effectively as ambassadors for God’s kingdom and contribute to the common good locally, regionally, nationally and even internationally.
· Complete weekly readings
· Attend and participate in weekly discussions over the readings
· Attend monthly gatherings to meet with guest speakers or go on excursions in and around the city of Lincoln
· Complete 2-3 written assessments over the course of the nine months
- Book fee of approximately $140
Who should apply?
Men and women, 25-35 years of age, working in fields including higher education, law, medicine, the sciences, media, arts, government and business/finance. The applicant should (1) be currently employed full-time, (2) have at least a year of working experience in his or her profession, (3) possess clear and strong Christian commitment and character and (4) desire to use his or her position of leadership to influence the culture for God’s kingdom and the common good.
If you'd like to hear more about the Agora Fellowship, check out our promotional video.
Click here to apply. Application deadline – August 21.
Summer Meeting Dates: May 18, June 8, June 22, July 6, July 20, August 10, & August 24 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Gain greater insight and receive encouragement through this faith-based support group for chronic pain sufferers and the people who support them.
Location: Room D-105
Contact: Tom and Deb at 402-467-3421 or email@example.com
Wednesdays, June 7-28, 6:30 - 8:00 PM
A four-week class, Discovery is designed to help you get acquainted with Lincoln Berean – who we are and what makes our culture unique. The informal, small-group format provides you with the opportunity to meet others who are new to Lincoln Berean.
No cost. Location: D-201. Registration requested.
Questions? Contact Kathy Hamm at 402-483-6512 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Discovery Class Childcare – REGISTER
Wednesdays, May 10 - August 09, 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Depression. Loneliness. Anger. Financial survival.
Men and women learn to apply spiritual truth to their personal experiences of separation and divorce. Understand how real healing begins with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Resources available at divorcecare.org.
Cost: $15 (no cost for prior participants with a book). This is a 13-week class; join anytime.
No class on July 12.
Questions? Contact Craig at email@example.com.
Sundays, Ongoing, 10:45AM - 12:00PM
General Epistles study, open discussion. A look at Paul's direction for life in Christ.
Study of Romans begins February 14. Travel the "Roman Road" with us as we study Paul's timeless epistle about sin and salvation, hope and righteousness.
No registration necessary. Everyone is welcome.
Various Days, ,
Online registration begins May 1.
*Note: no evening classes at this time.
Boot Camp // Cardio & Strength: Monday - Friday, June 5 - July 28, 5:30-6:15 a.m., A-207 - REGISTER
Cost: $90 unlimited or $50 per month.
Back to School Blast // Cardio & Strength: Monday - Friday, July 31 - September 1, 5:30-6:15 a.m., A-207 - REGISTER Cost: $25.
Join anytime. Registration requested.
Wednesdays, September 6 - December 6 & January 10 - April 4, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM
Does the Bible confuse you when you read it? Do you struggle to understand how its book fit together? Learn to study the Bible effectively for yourself and how to understand and defend basic doctrine in this two-semester course that covers the basics of the Bible. This two-semester course is designed to give God's people a strong foundation of God's Word. Class taught by Pastor Bryan Clark.
Location: Room D 203. Cost: $10 for workbook and $10 for 30 Days to Understanding the Bible.
Questions? Contact Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesdays, Ongoing, 7:00PM - 8:30PM
A Christ-centered support group for those with mental health challenges and for those who love them. Provides a safe, non-threatening environment for men and women with depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Discussion and education format. Join anytime.
Location: Room D-104.
Contact Allen at 402.440.4880 or Jamie at 402.440.4182 or email@example.com.
Sundays, June 18 - August 13, 10:45AM - 12:00PM
Whether you were as effective as you wanted to be as a parent or not, grandparenthood offers us all a chance to once again help groom a generation for greatness. It's not often that we get such a significant second chance. We will be using a DVD series and book by Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel, founders and directors of Family Matters, a non-profit ministry whose goal is to build strong families for every age and stage of life.
Location: D 103. Cost: $10/person.
Registration is required.
Questions? Contact Kurt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building begins April 2017
Lincoln Berean's Staying Alive Ministry is excited to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln to build a home for a family in need. Building begins in April 2017 and here are a few ways you can help out:
– Support the build financially. We need to raise $90,000 to cover the cost of building materials and moving the home to its permanent lot. You can donate by going to
lincolnberean.onlinegiving.cc/donate/login or by placing a check in the offering with "Habitat" in the memo line.
– Donate your time and talent. We need people to do construction work and paint the house. Building will take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Training will be provided, but all construction laborers must be at least 16 years of age.
– Provide meals for the construction laborers. Join a team to make sack lunches for the construction laborers each build day.
To sign up, contact Beth at email@example.com or 402-483-6512.
Sundays, June 04 - July 23, 9:00AM - 10:15AM
There is no shortage of talk about justice and appeals to justice in our culture. In most of these interactions, people take justice to be a political, legal, or ethical issue. It is also a theological one. This class attempts to develop a biblical theology of justice.
We will seek to arrive at an understanding of the concept of justice from both a survey of the biblical teaching of justice in the Old and New Testaments and a careful reading of Tim Keller's book Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us Just. We will discover that justice has more to do with the gospel and living as a disciple of Jesus than most Christians think. Additionally, our findings will cause us to rethink what it means for God to be just.
Location: D 103. Cost: $10 for book.
Questions? Contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturdays, Ongoing, 7:00AM - 8:30AM
An open "larger' group that includes study, occasional service projects, and other activities for growth and building friendships. Ages 50+.
Location: Room D-104
Contact Brent at 402-450-5025.
Wednesdays, January 11 - May 24, 6:30PM - 8:00PM
An open group using the Men's 33 series material with video and discussion questions. Join anytime.
Location: Room D-300. Cost: $10 (no cost for those who already have the book). Registration requested.
Questions? Contact Gary or Fred.
Open Studio is a place for creatives and artists to work in community, share ideas, and receive feedback on their work in a safe, welcoming environment. Open Studio also offers projects to work on if you aren't sure what to create. Everyone is welcome!
Where Does Open Studio Meet?
We meet behind the auditorium. Park on the south side of the church and enter through the single door with green paper on it. The door is just east of the main SouthEast Entrance.
When Does Open Studio Meet?
The studio will be open on selected Thursdays throughout the month from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. unless otherwise stated. Please check Facebook for updates or join the email list by sending an email to Ann Williams at email@example.com. If you don't know if we will be meeting or not, please text Ann at 402-440-0965.
April 13 & 27 – Project: TBA
Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Wednesdays, September 8 - November 8 & January 10 - April 10, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM
This class will equip you to walk with others as they experience difficult times in their journey of life and is excellent for those in helping professions/ministries. In class, we will cover topics such as: How God Changes Us, Dangers of Isolation, Communication, Worry and Fear, Bad Habits, Abuse and God’s Healing Path, Boundaries, as well as many other topics.
Course completion allows you to apply to serve as a Spiritual Caregiver. A Spiritual Caregivers are trained individuals who are passionate about walking alongside others, offering grace and hope in times of need. Spiritual Caregivers are not professional therapists.
Location: Room D-103. Cost: $50. Teachers: Dr. Brad Riddle, Marcia Bohlke and Pastor Tedd Burgason.
If you'd like to hear more about Spiritual Care Training, check out our video.
Questions? Contact Brenda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays, June 18, 2017 - August 13, 2017 or Sundays, September 17, 2017 - November 12, 2017
Topics include family of origin, finances, spirituality, conflict resolution, communication and personality differences.
Class required for all couples wanting to get married at Lincoln Berean.
Attendance at seven of nine class sessions is suggested to have successful completion of the class.
Choose one of the following sessions:
Sundays, June 18, 2017 - August 13, 2017, 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., D-201 REGISTER
Sundays, September 17, 2017 - November 12, 2017, 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., D-201 REGISTER
Cost: $60/couple. Registration requested.
Sundays, Ongoing, 9:00AM - 10:15AM
What Makes You Happy – July 9 - August 13
We all daydream about a trouble-free life made possible by something: a dream job, house, car, spouse, child, family, or pile of money. But what if no, thing, can make us happy? In this six-session video Bible study, pastor Andy Stanley examines the ways in which we tend to define happiness and explains how that definition influences the way we pursue it.
Location: Room E-202.
Join anytime. Registration requested.
For more info and to stay informed, join Lincoln Berean The Journey group at https://www.facebook.com/LBCTheJourney or contact Andi at email@example.com