Being Church 1: God’s People on Mission
Start Date: Jan 30, 2019
The essence of the church is to be a spiritual family cultivating Christlikeness and serving others, so that the world can see and experience who Jesus is and join the family. This definition of church doesn’t always look like many churches today. For that reason “Being Church 1” takes a look at the DNA of the church in the New Testament. In this 5-week study, we will cover such things as the mission of God’s people through history, the call to discipleship and following Jesus, and how we grow and mature spiritually in community.
Video teaching by Kevin CallaghanDuration:
5 weeksOutside Work:
Some brief readings and reflection activitiesInstructor(s):
Rick and Sue Yonker
Rick Yonker – Rick works for district 192, Farmington Schools, as the district science and technology instructional specialist. He leads and facilitates the planning, implementation, and support of science and technology for learning and instruction, supporting staff and students by co-planning, modeling and integrating science & technology in classrooms. Rick has been on staff at Woodland for over 15 years on a part-time basis.
Sue Yonker – After spending 14 years as a stay-at-home mom, church volunteer, and pastor’s wife, Sue started working in the nonprofit communications field. She currently serves as the voice of Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities. She and her husband of 31 years, Rick have attended Woodland Hills Church since 2006. They have three adult daughters, two living out of state and a third started college this fall. They live in White Bear Lake. Register Now