Playing the Harp or Fighting the Flames? Misconceptions and Beliefs on Salvation, Heaven and Hell
Bob and Wendy will explore the theology of Salvation and some of the most common questions on the subject: What does it mean to be “saved”? What is Heaven like? Does Hell exist? What must I do to receive eternal life? Join them for a fun and meaningful look into God’s plan of Salvation.
Dr. Long is the Senior Pastor of St. Luke’s, and Rev. Lambert is the Senior Executive Pastor. Together they have co-taught WNA classes for over 10 years. Their unique back-and-forth teaching style keeps everyone engaged.
The Essentials: What Do We Believe and Why?
Rev. Josh Attaway | Edmond Camus
When talking about what we should believe as Methodists, John Wesley famously said, “In the essentials, unity; in the non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.” So, what are the essential beliefs of our faith around which we should have unity? By looking at the Apostles Creed, one of the oldest statements of faith of the Christian Church, we will dive deeper into our beliefs as Christians about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and more.
Rev. Josh Attaway is the Campus Pastor at St. Luke’s Edmond. Josh graduated from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois with a Masters in Divinity with a Concentration in Congregational Leadership. Josh is married to his wife, Brittany, and enjoys playing golf, traveling, reading, and adventure.
Past WNA Class Videos
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- Fall 2018 - What it Means to be Methodist
How we can disagree over issues, yet still live and serve together as the family of faith.
What are the most important issues for Methodists? How do we handle differences of opinion within the family of faith? Are there certain things Methodists have to believe? John Wesley, the founder of Methodism said, “The distinguishing marks of a Methodist are not his opinions of any sort… as to all opinions which do not strike at the root of Christianity, we think and let think.” There are issues that have caused disagreements within many mainline denominations. Sometimes you might hear beliefs ascribed by some United Methodists that don’t represent your own beliefs. It is important that we know what we believe as individuals and as a family of faith. However, there is a difference between what we believe and our faith. Beliefs are our thoughts as to specific issues. The beliefs might be shaped by our upbringing, our culture, or the way we interpret scripture. Faith is the trust we have in God’s constant good will toward us as the children of God. Join us as we discuss some of the more divisive issues that churches can face and how we can still live together with respect.
- Spring 2018 - 10 of the Best Known Stories of the Bible (and what you might not know about them!)
This Bible Study will look at some of the most familiar stories in a new light. We’ll look at people like Moses, David, Peter, Jesus – and more! Join Bob and Wendy for an in-depth look at some of your favorite Bible passages!
- Fall 2017 - The Gospel of John
Some of the most beautiful and most familiar passages of the Bible are found in John. The book of “The Gospel According to John” is the most unique of all four gospels. We will look at the scripture and the history behind his account of Jesus Christ. Join us as we do an in-depth study of the Gospel of John: the man, the myth, the message.
- Spring 2017 - Re-forming Our Faith Through the Reformation
This class was taught in the spring of 2017. The Reformation had many different pathways from the German branch led by Luther to the Swiss branch led by John Calvin to the English Reformation influenced by the actions of King Henry VIII and his successors.