ONLINE COURSE REGISTRATIONEncounters with Jesus in John 1-9
AT THIS POINT IN TIME, THE CLASS IS FULLWe will let you know of other opportunities in the near future.
Join Dr. Brooke Hollingsworth (PhD, Mathematics; MA, Theology) for a five-session class from John 1-9.
Encounters with Jesus in John 1-9 will combine the accessibility of an online class with the benefit and enjoyment of class discussions via Zoom sessions. The class will also utilize readings, discussion boards, and guided reflections.
In this class, you will study John 1-9 through the interactions of Jesus with several characters, including Nicodemus, the Samaritan woman, the man healed at the pool, and the blind man. We will notice how each character is invited by Jesus to “come and see” and will observe how people respond to this invitation. Through these observations, we will reflect on both how we respond to the gospel’s invitation to “come and see” and on how we can extend that invitation to the world.
There will be two sections for the class, each meeting once a week for five weeks. Each session will last around an hour and 15 minutes.
Section 1: Thursdays at 7 pm CDT (Central Daylight Savings Time), July 9 – August 6 SECTION FULL
Section 2: Fridays at 9:30 am CDT, July 10 – August 7 SECTION FULL
(To figure out what time that would be locally, you can go to https://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/. Compare the time listed above in Dallas, Texas, to your local time.)
When you register below, please choose the section that will work best with your schedule.
Brooke Hollingsworth began traveling with CbW in 2005 and serves the ministry as a lead equipper and curriculum writer. Her first CbW curriculum, Exodus: Will you meet with me?, debuted in 2012 and remains a respected study at renewals around the world.
Brooke holds a Master of Arts in Theological Studies degree from Austin Graduate School of Theology in Austin, Texas. She tells the biblical story with grace and simplicity as she invites her students to join her in an examination of the text and its implications for life today.
Brooke lives in Pflugerville, Texas, and works as a professor of mathematics for Austin Community College (PhD., University of Texas). She and her husband, Brent, have two adult children and attend Westover Hills Church of Christ, where Brooke teaches a popular adult Bible class.