Meets Sundays at 9am | 120 West
CLASS stands for Compass Life Adult Sunday School. It’s our weekly study for adults that dives deep into an historical or theological subject. Class takes place every Sunday at 9am in 120 West, starts with breakfast, worship and then a time of teaching.
Word War I to the Great Depression: The Forgotten Story of the Church
In the beginning of the 20th century powerful empires pursued a strategy of world-wide imperialism and expansionism. Businessmen like Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller led an industrial revolution that would create a brand-new America. Then came World War I, Temperance, Women’s Suffrage and the Roaring 20’s. People started to question the scientific validity of the Bible, which soon led to the introduction of the theory of evolution. Next, America experienced a period of wild and extravagant living, together with a lust for financial greed, this became the preamble to the greatest financial tragedy ever experienced by our country. How did the church and biblical Christianity impact these iconic events and changes in our culture? Join us for a 6-part series entitled: “World War I and the Great Depression: The Forgotten Story of the Church.”
|1/28||Powerful Empires and Entrepreneurs|
|2/4||WWI, a Religious Crusade?|
|2/11||Monkeying with the Bible|
|2/18||Women and the 19th Amendment|
|2/25||A Lust for Money and Depravity|
|3/4||The Financial End of the World|
Pastor Pete Lasutschinkow - February 18, 2018
Women and the 19th Amendment
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