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CORE Intro: Discovery Class

Wednesdays, January 10 - January 31, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

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.

These dates don't work for you? Check out our April Discovery class.

No cost. Location: D 201. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Kathy at 402.483.6512 or khamm@lincolnberean.org

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CORE Intro: Discovery Class

Wednesdays, April 04 - April 25, 6:30PM - 7:45PM

Wednesday April 4- 25, 2017, 6:30 pm- 7:45 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 the opportunity to meet others who are new to Lincoln Berean.

These dates don't work for you? Check out our January Discovery Class.

No cost. Location: D 201. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Kathy at 402.483.6512 or khamm@lincolnberean.org

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CORE 101: Foundations

Wednesdays, September 6 - December 6 & January 10 - April 4, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

This year's class is full, Foundations will be offered again in Fall 2018.

Does the Bible confuse you when you read it? Do you struggle to understand how its books 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 bmatzke@lincolnberean.org.

CORE 201: Essential Christian Beliefs

Wednesdays, September 6 - December 6 & January 10 - April 4, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

A theological and devotional study in the foundational beliefs of the Christian Church to help believers see the link between their beliefs and their actions.

Location: D 300. Cost: $10.

Taught by Ryan Harmon and Mark Mathewson.

Questions? Contact Eric.

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CORE Elective: Biblical Understanding

Sundays, September 10 - December 17, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

This study of Genesis will provide critical insight into a biblical understanding of who God is, why He created, His intent for humanity, the reality of sin, the need for redemption and the means through which God intends to provide it.

Location: D 300. No cost. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Eric.

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CRAVE:  How Our Longings for Food and the Perfect Body Reflect God’s Design

Mondays, Ongoing, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Room D203. The worldly perspective of food and body image often contradicts God’s design. This study goes straight to Scripture to find truth, wisdom, and the theology around this topic. If you struggle with food, weight, or body image issues, this class opens a door to expose the lies, reveal truth, and gain greater perspective of the woman you are in God's eyes.
Class size limited; to register, contact Emily Estes at 402-417-9264 or emily@sagenutrition.org.
Thank you!

Summer Semester // Starting Your Story Premarital Class

Sundays, June 17 - August 13, 10:45AM - 12:00PM

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 to six of nine class sessions is suggested to have successful completion of the class.

Cost: $60/couple.

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Advent

Free Printable

This Advent Season, let us reflect on who Jesus is and the wonder of His birth. Feel free to download and print our Advent Book written by Theologian in Residence, Mark Mathewson.

Agora Fellowship

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.

Purpose
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.

Description
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.

Requirements include:
· 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. We'll be accepting new applicants Summer 2018.

Blue Christmas

Sunday, December 17, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

For some, Christmas may not be a season of joy and merriment. The holidays can be difficult for many reasons – grief, separation, illness, uncertainty. If you are looking for comfort and hope, please join us for a time of quiet reflection with scriptures and music as we share in the message of Emmanuel, God with us.

Coping with Chronic Pain

Dec 7, Jan 11, Feb 8, Feb 22 Weekly Mar 22 – May 10

Gain greater insight and receive encouragement through this faith-based support group for chronic pain sufferers and the people who support them.

Join anytime.

Location: E 202.

Contact: Tom and Deb at 402.467.3421 or chronicpainlbc@gmail.com

DivorceCare

Wednesdays, January 10 - April 11, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Learn to apply spiritual truth to personal experiences of separation and divorce. A 13-week class, join anytime. Cost: $15 (no cost for prior participants with a book). Facilitators: Jim Meyers, Linda Tiedeman, Cheryl Scdoris. Registration is requested. Questions? Contact Debbie at dtenopir@lincolnberean.org.

No class March 14.

Questions? Contact Debbie.

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Encouragers Through Christ

Sundays, Ongoing, 10:45AM - 12:00PM

The ETC class is now going through the book of Daniel.

Room D 104.

No registration necessary. Everyone is welcome.

Fitness Plus Exercise Class

Cardio, Strength, Pilates, & Barre Training
Begins January 2, Monday through Friday, 5:30-6:15 am, A-207

Cost: $20/January, $40/January and February, join anytime

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Join anytime. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Us

Fostering Hope

Sundays, 9:00 AM

A place for foster and adoptive parents to connect and be encouraged. Meets the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month in D 202.

No registration necessary. Join anytime.

Questions? Contact Beth

Fresh Hope

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 freshhopelbc@gmail.com.

Get Creative

Friday, March 23, 7-9 pm and Friday, March 24, 9 am-7 pm

Bring your own craft supplies – work on projects and meet new friends.

Come for an hour or stay all day. Join anytime.

Location: Room C 110. Cost: Free; optional $7 lunch at Saturday workshops.

Questions? Contact Danica

Making Sense of the New Testament

Sundays, January 07 - March 25, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

This class is designed to help those who want a better understanding of the larger story of the New Testament, how it fits together with and completes the story of the Old Testament, and how each of the New Testament books contributes to the overall biblical story of redemption. Important to our understanding of the New Testament will be a look at some of the significant events that occurred between the end of the Old Testament period and the time of Jesus.

Location: D-102. Cost $10.

Questions? Contact Kim at kklein@lincolnberean.org.

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Medicare Planning

Monday, April 02, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Presentation by a representative of Medicare to provide the basics of enrollment and coverage.

Location: D 102. No cost. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Lori.

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Men’s Monday Night Group

Mondays, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM, September 11-May 14

An open group for all ages. Using the Act Like Men study by James MacDonald.

Location: D 201. Cost: $10 (No cost for participants who already have the book).

Registration requested. Join anytime.

Questions? Contact Lewis or Jim at dtenopir@lincolnberean.org.

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Men’s Saturday Study Group

Saturdays, Ongoing, 7:00AM - 8:30AM

An open 'larger' group that includes study, occasional service projects, and other activities for growth and building friendships.

Location: D 104. No registration necessary.

Questions? Contact Brent.

Men’s Thursday Night Group

Thursdays, September 14 - May 17, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

An open group for all ages using the Men's 33 Series videos and workbook.

Location: B 101. Cost: $10.

Registration requested. Join anytime.

Questions? Contact Dave or Fred.

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Men’s Wednesday Night Group

Wednesdays, September 13 - May 16, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

An open group for all ages using the Act Like Men study by James MacDonald.

Location: B 101. Cost: $10 (no cost for those who already have the book).

Registration requested. Join anytime.

Questions? Contact Gary or Fred.

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New Years Eve Service

Saturday 7:00pm • Sunday 9:00am & 10:45am

No children’s Sunday School or childcare. During both services, D203 will be available as “Family Worship” for families with young children. The service will be simulcast and kid’s activity stations will be provided.

Photography Forum

Mondays, September 11 - December 18, 7:00PM - 9:00PM

Glorify God through photography and create an environment where people can learn, grow, meet others and photography with a purpose.

Location: Youth Complex - Y112

Questions? Contact Jennie

Second Semester // Starting Your Story Premarital Class

Sundays, January 14 - March 11, 10:45AM -

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.

Sundays, January 14, 2018 - March 11, 2018, 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m., D-201

Cost: $60/couple. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Kyle

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Single & Parenting

Wednesdays, January 10 - April 11, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

This 13-week class offers effective parenting strategies, encouragement and insights on how to find rest and hope as you parent alone. Cost is $15 for the book (no cost if you have the book).

Registration requested. NO CLASS March 14.

Facilitators: Patrick Paulsen and Stacy Lang.

Questions? Contact Debbie.

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Spiritual Care Training Course I and II

Wednesdays, September 6 - November 8 & January 10 - April 4, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

This class is FULL.

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 bmesloh@lincolnberean.org.

Starting Over

Thursdays, January 11 - February 09, 7:00PM - 8:30PM

This 5-week DVD series is offered by Singles, however, all are welcome to attend. There's a price to pay for rushing into a situation. By the time we go back to undo that which is messed up that price can be steep. Let's avoid repeating past mistakes when we find ourselves starting over. No cost. Facilitator: Greg Cline. Room C104.

Questions? Contact Debbie