"My Grace is Sufficient": Reconciling Broken Relationships Within Our Churches (a study in 2 Corinthians)

Join Dr. Jeanene Reese for an eight-week study of 2 Corinthians focused on restoring broken relationships within the church.

Paul writes several letters to the Corinthian church as Christians there struggle to live as Christ has called them and as Paul has taught them to live. Full of suspicion, accusations, and general distrust, the church questions Paul’s authority, his demeanor, and even his apostleship. Many leaders today face similar challenges, and we can learn a great deal from the way Paul handles himself while continuing to love and serve the Corinthians and other churches he has planted. This class is open to both women and men in ministry.

This eight-week class will meet once a week beginning April 5 and ending May 24. Each class session will last one hour.  We will offer both morning and evening sections: 

Section 1: Wednesdays at 9:00 am CT (Central Time)
Section 2: Wednesdays at 7:00 pm CT

To figure out what time that would be for you, go to Compare the time listed above for Dallas (CT) to your local time.

When you register below, choose the section that will work best for your schedule.

Jeanene is an assistant professor, emerita, at Abilene Christian University, where she continues to teach as an adjunct. She has been part of Come before Winter since its beginning and serves both on the leadership team and as a lead equipper. Jeanene serves on the curriculum-planning committee for her church in Abilene, where she lives in with her dog, Tucker. She has three grown children, all married, and six adorable grandchildren. She enjoys cooking, hosting others in her home, reading, singing with the classical chorus and traveling the world to serve in the Kingdom.