We offer a wide variety of classes to help people live healthier, vibrant, and God-honoring lives. Our classes address different aspects of life such as premarital counseling, marriage and relationship enrichment, family support, financial planning and education, and spiritual formation. Classes rotate throughout the course of the year and new topics are developed and offered on a regular basis. Qualified professionals who offer great knowledge and insight regarding the class topic teach all classes. See below to learn more about each individual class currently being offered and to register.

Vows Premarital

Spring 2024 — Registration Open

Marriage is a gift from God given to us so that we might experience the joys of unconditional love with a lifelong partner. God designed marriage to be the most intimate and holy earthly relationship between a husband and wife. It is a sacred covenant that mirrors our relationship with God. Our Vows Premarital Class was created to help dating, engaged, or newly married couples learn more about the marriage relationship, be equipped with tools and techniques that cultivate deeper connection, and implement effective practices that foster healthy, Christ-centered relationships. Each class will be taught by highly skilled professional counselors who specialize in the week’s topic. The class is offered twice each year taking place in February and August. The topics that are covered include: a biblical foundation of marriage, communication, conflict resolution, family of origin, marital expectations, relationship roles, affection, intimacy, relational-joy, and much more. Join us as we seek to help you in building a life-long marital relationship.

  • Dates: Next Class: Sundays, February 18 — March 24, 2024
  • Time: 5:00-7:00 pm
  • Duration: 6 weeks
  • Location: Littleton Campus, Main Auditorium (9136 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123)
  • Cost: $350/couple — Cost includes six premarital classes, two couples counseling sessions with a professional counselor, resources, class materials, and an online couple’s assessment – SYMBIS (Save Your Marriage Before It Starts)
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Chris Jindra —

The Joy-Filled Relationship

Fall 2023 — Registration Closed

We were all designed to find fulfillment within our relationships; however, that does not take place without challenges. Why is it that we sometimes feel more connected than other times in our relationships? Perhaps you find it easy and exciting to spend time with your loved ones—or perhaps, especially when things do not go according to plan, you feel incapable of connecting or communicating with them. You then feel distant from those you love most. What if the answer to remaining connected in your relationships has been right under your nose—or, rather, right inside your head all along? Discover the simple switch in your brain that activates—or deactivates—what you most need for relational connectivity: joy. In this class, you will learn how the simple flip of this brain switch either enables you to remain present for those around you or causes you to become overwhelmed—and ultimately inhibited from being your best self when challenges arise. You’ll also learn how to maximize your relational brain, how to recognize when your brain’s joy switch is flipped, and how to take steps to restore your relational connectivity. Whether you are married or wanting to deepen your relationships with others, the Joy-Filled Relationship class seeks to help you love others and remain fully connected with yourself, while being the best version of who God made you to be.

  • Dates: Sundays, October 1 — October 22
  • Time: 4:00-5:30 pm
  • Duration: 4 weeks
  • Location: Littleton Campus, Upstairs Overflow Room (9136 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123)
  • Cost: $35/person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Chris Jindra —

Relearning Jesus

How Ancient Jewish Culture Illuminates the Gospels

Fall 2023 — Registration Closed

Our 21st century American culture is extraordinarily different from the culture in which Jesus lived. So many teachings and works of Jesus go unnoticed or are misinterpreted simply because we are unaware of the ancient Jewish, secular, and pagan cultural context in which Jesus lived out His mission. While you read the Word of God, it’s easy to miss the richness of Scripture because we are unaware of the cultural context and the impact that it played when the Bible was written. The goal of this class is to make the Gospels come alive to you by discovering what their many storylines and events meant within the culture of those ancient people who witnessed Jesus’ ministry. As you begin to unearth these hidden treasures, you’ll gain priceless insights into the heart of Jesus and have a new-found motivation for reading God’s word.

  • Dates: Mondays, October 23rd—December 11th
  • Time: 7:00-8:30pm
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Location: Lakewood Campus, K-3rd Grade Room (5810 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood 80226)
  • Cost: $25/person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Daniel —