Luke 23:14 ESV ..."
And the master said to the servant, ‘Go
out to the highways and hedges and
compel people to come in, that my house
may be filled."
It has been reported that
most people lose their faith when they leave
high school. Some have estimated this dropout in
alarming terms, stating that a large majority of
young Christians will lose their faith. The
Barna Group says that this is a myth. In
Reality: there are three distinct patterns of
loss: prodigals, nomads, and exiles.
Prodigals. In essence, prodigals say they
have lost their faith after being a Christian at
some time in their past.
Nomads. More commonly, young Christians
wander away from the institutional church.
Roughly four out of ten young Christians fall
into this category. They still call themselves
Christians but they are far less active in
church than they were during high school. Nomads
have become 'lost' to church participation.
Courses - 2015
There is no time or distance in the Spirit. Technological
devices empower students with access to Bible courses
that lead to rightly dividing of the Word of
Truth. The following courses are being offered in 2015.
The Christ-Centered Life.
Promotes spiritual maturity by overcoming sin and releasing
the power of the Cross.
Beginning to Close the Design-Gap.
Learn how to bridge the gap between where we are and where
God wants us to be.
Let There Be Light in the Old Testament.
Pastor Paul Hylton explores God's Word to discover how each
book fits into God's big picture of heaven and earth.