Crossings posts about Adult Education

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Psalms of Lament – Adult Ed Class Introduction

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by Joel Bascom The need for lament in our world is great, both for individuals and communities. We live in a broken world, and the realities of our broken world can be overwhelming. At times, it feels that there is nowhere to turn. Our culture sometimes seems to understand this better than the church. Entire […]

Adult Ed – Invitation to “Biblical Reflections on the Arts”

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by Joel Bascom The Christian faith is not meant to be lived alone. God has given us brothers and sisters in Christ to walk with along the path. But God’s provision extends beyond those with whom we live and come in daily or weekly contact. God, in his love and mercy, has also given us […]

An Exploration of Faith and Art: Discernment

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(Our most recent Sunday morning Adult Education class focused on the arts. Enjoy this summary from the final class.) by Joel Bascom We live in a fallen world. Unfortunately, part of that reality is the fact that everything we do and say is somehow affected by the fall. It is important for us to understand that as […]

An Exploration of Faith and Art: Cinema

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(Our current Sunday morning Adult Education class is focusing on the arts. Enjoy this summary from our last class, and consider joining us on Sunday mornings.) by Denis Haack Christians shouldn’t see their love for art as something that is somehow disconnected from their faith. In fact, art is part of every chapter in the […]

An Exploration of Faith and Art: The Art of Biblical Storytelling

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(Our current Sunday morning Adult Education class is focusing on the arts. Enjoy this summary from our last class, and consider joining us on Sunday mornings.) by Joel Bascom Most people would agree that storytelling is an art form. While painting or music or film may come to mind first when we think of art, […]

An Exploration of Faith and Art: Biblical Foundations

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(Our current Sunday morning Adult Education class is focusing on the arts. Enjoy this summary from our last class, and consider joining us on Sunday mornings.) by Joel Bascom Many years ago, when my wife Stephanie and I were dating, I took her the Silent Movie Theater (in our hometown of Los Angeles) to see one […]