Adults Ages 70+ Classes
Horne Hall | 10:15 a.m.
Adults, 60s & 70s
A very large, eclectic group of adults that come together every Sunday to hear an in-depth Bible lesson along with practical applications.
Room 142 | 10:15 a.m.
This diverse and fun-loving class, representing a variety of backgrounds and work experience, strives to learn God’s word and be a cornerstone of faith.
Room 151 | 10:15 a.m.
Men, 70 something
This group is led through a class discussion format as we study the Bible and grow in knowledge of the gospel.
Room 152 | 10:15 a.m.
Judith Stewart, Pat Kumpuris & Julia Robinson
Women, 70 Something
Single and married women in this group represent a variety of backgrounds and experiences, but they have a common goal: to know and serve Christ and each other. They’re on a journey to become more Christ-like through interactive Bible study, prayer and service.
Room 155-156 | 10:15 a.m.
Men, 65 and older
Perhaps more than any other Old Testament man, Joshua exemplifies for each of us how to live a victorious Christian life. He walked through the battlefields of the Old Testament as a godly man. Though he certainly made mistakes, he lived an exemplary life. God developed courageous leadership in his life that enabled him to fight and conquer daunting enemy armies. What can a 21st century man living in a vastly different culture learn from a man like Joshua? His life demonstrates how men in any age can become courageous leaders “strengthened by the Lord and by His vast strength.”
Room 157-158 | 10:15 a.m.
Winema Copher & Lynn Haney
Women, 80s and 90s
This class thinks of itself as a group of friends who share a love for Bible study and a concern for others. Every month, they get together for fellowship and a meal where they hear a presentation from a special speaker.
Room 159-160 | 10:15 a.m.
Married, Widowed and Divorced Women, 70 something
These ladies are serious about Bible study and committing to pray for each other. They enjoy fellowship too, planning at least four luncheons a year, and stay connected through an e-mail newsletter circulated every Sunday afternoon.
Room 163-164 | 10:15 a.m.
André Hutson & Liz Reeves
Women, 70s and 80s
Named for the promise that Christians are “saved by grace through faith,” this class gathers each week to study God’s Word and ministers to each other as needs arise. Members enjoy small-group gatherings, as well as a monthly class luncheon.
Room 169-170 | 10:15 a.m.
Bill Donnell, Dr. Charles Barfield, Fant Jarrett, Wayne King
Men and Women, 70s and 80s
Having all been through difficult experiences, members of this class know how to reach out to others who are hurting. They worship and pray together, caring for classmates and others in need. Three of the five retired pastors in the group share teaching responsibilities with a class leader.
Room 161-162 | 10:15 a.m.
Couples, 50 and older
This discussion-based class combines conversation, lecture and participation.
Room 240 | 10:15 a.m.
Women, 70 something
This group of ladies enjoys studying the Bible verse by verse and building friendships between members. Occasional luncheons keep them connected outside of class.
Room 241 | 10:15 a.m.
Allan Holmes, John Hester, Pat Malmstrom
Men, 70 something
Members of this group started studying the Bible together when they were young and claim a special brotherhood in Christ. Four leaders take turns teaching, each bringing a unique perspective on the Word.
Room 247-248 | 10:15 a.m.
Larry & Donna Crenshaw, David Moore, Marsha Paul
Couples, 60s & 70s
In-depth study of God’s Word and application of His teachings are the priorities in this class, where members support each other with prayer and enjoy a warm atmosphere on Sunday mornings, at fellowships and during ministry activities.
Pastor for Adults 55+, Men’s Ministry & Pastoral Care
Rick Jaggars joined Immanuel in 1992. He and his wife, Bonnie, have two sons, Jonathan and Christopher. Rick received a B.S. from Tarleton State University in 1975 and a Masters in Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1980. As Associate Pastor for Adults 55+ and Men’s Ministry, Rick assists the pastor in fulfilling God’s mission and purpose in the community and implements a process to accomplish it. Rick strongly believes that each church is ordained by God to fulfill His purpose in ministering to the church body and surrounding community. As a staff member, he helps equip others to reach their highest level of God-given potential. He is passionate about building “big people” for God and not “big programs” for people.
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