Covenant Life Institute

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Covenant Life Institute (CLI) is a venue whereby we grow together in hopes of becoming biblical theologians and missionaries. CLI supplements the preached word and community group discussions by helping us grow in our understanding of God and the various doctrines surrounding Him.

CLI is a one-hour time of study (9:00-10:00am) on Sunday mornings that will serve to grow us in our understanding of and love for Jesus. We started our summer 10-week semester of CLI on April 30th, which consists of 5 weeks of studying and 5 weeks of serving. At the end of the first 5 weeks, community groups who were serving will switch with those who were studying and vice versa. If you are not serving, we invite you to join with us as we study.

For our current summer semester, we offer three 5-week courses:

Meeting with God :The goal of the CLI class Meeting with God is to give us a Biblical understanding of why we should meet with God on a daily basis and to equip us with practical tools that will help us do just that.

Church History Part II :Christianity isn’t a religion of abstraction or of speculative philosophies, but is a religion of historical fact. The goal of this CLI class is to allow the story of Christianity to shape our story and connect us to the greater story of the gospel of Christ, giving us meaning and mission. Continuing on from the previous class’s examination of church history up to Martin Luther and the reformation in Germany, Church History II will cover the Swiss and English reformations, the Puritans, the Great Awakening, and the church in the changing world, considering the contributions of men such as Zwingli, Calvin, Cranmer, Edwards and Whitfield.

Gospel-Centered Parenting Part II :The goal of this CLI class is to give us a better understand of the relationship between the family, the church, and the Gospel. Perhaps the most important, practical pay-off of this class is that it refreshes our vision of God, our appreciation of the Gospel, and our understanding of the church – all while giving us practical tools to glorify God in the way we raise our children.