Summer Forums: Prayer Matters

Given that the first initiative in our next three-year plan is to Abide in God’s power through the Bible and prayer, this summer we will be exploring what the Bible has to say about prayer. During this nine-week series, we will aim to be biblically faithful and practical. The purpose is to equip College Church as individuals and as a church body in their understanding, commitment and practice of prayer.


June 16 – “Why Prayer Matters” with Bill Thrasher

June 23 – “Prayer in the Old Testament” with Dan Block

June 30 – “The Lord’s Prayer” with Erick Solomon

July 7 – “Prayer with Paul” with Josh Maurer

July 14 – "The Prayer-Obedience Relationship" with Eric Channing

July 21 - “The Prayer in Church History” with Bryan Litfin

July 28 – “Personal Prayer” with Dave Setran

August 4 – “Praying Scripture” with Josh Stringer

August 11 – “Let Us Pray” with Rob Wolgemuth and Dan Lindquist


Updates for the 2019-2020 classes coming soon.

If you have questions, call the church or contact Sherri.


For all ages at 9:30
Location: C104B, D  &F
Topic: Ezekiel
Teacher: Dan Block

For all ages at 9:30
Location: C104C
Topic: 1 John 5, Selected Psalms and Wisdom Scripture
Teacher: Phil Passon, Larry Jarvis and others

For all ages at 9:30
Location: Commons Gym
Topic: Meets on Sunday, Matters on Tuesday
Teachers: Philip Ryken, Gregg Quiggle, Paige Cunningham, Doug Moo

For all ages at 9:30
Location: Board Room
Topic: Verse by verse discussion
using the Greek text of Philemon.
Prior study of Greek is not required. 
Teacher: Jon Laansma, Bob Carlson

For all ages at 8:00
Location: CL01
Topic: Attributes of the Holy Spirit (fall quarter) Wisdom for Our Thoughts, Words and Actions-- Gleanings from Proverbs & Job (spring quarter, starting March)
Teacher: Marve Mayer (fall quarter) Bruce Main (spring quarter, starting March)

Primarily for seniors at 11:00
Location: 210
Topic: Selected Psalms based
on Charles Spurgeon's book,
"The Treasury of David"
Teacher: Don Henry, Bob Mudra

Primarily for our international community
CL03 at 9:30
Topic: Sermon discussion
Teacher: Steve Krogh