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LABS – or “Life and Bible Study” – are designed to be experiential learning opportunities, driven by questions and fueled creative leadership. LABS are different from the “classes” you may have taken in the past because your questions and comments (not a teacher’s answers) drive the experience. Your LABS leaders are knowledgeable in their fields, engaging in their approach, and committed to helping you. No matter what level of Bible knowledge or experience in Christian living you have, LABS can help you live a faithful, abundant, life. Each 5-week LABS session offers a variety of experiences from which to choose. Our goal is to make the offerings so attractive that you have trouble choosing which Lab to take!

LABS are held on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. following Wednesday Night Dinner.

Our April 18 - May 16 offerings are:

Second Helpings – A Post-Sermon Discussion with the Preacher | April 18 - May 16
Led by the Pastors

What did you enjoy about last weekend’s sermon? What got you thinking? What did you disagree with? If you’ve ever wanted to talk back to the preacher, ask questions about what the sermon could have said, or just wanted to hear more about the message, then this group is for you! Each Wednesday, the preacher from the previous weekend will continue the conversation that the sermon began.

How Can I Read the Book of Revelation? | April 25 - May 16
Led by Bryan Eckelmann

The Bible’s last part – the Book of Revelation – is often ignored or feared, leaving many Christians with a Bible that is one book shy of what God intended. The book of Revelation was not written to confuse its readers with unsolvable riddles and mysteries! Instead, with rich symbolism and stunning visuals, this glimpse of God’s majesty can be a source of encouragement and hope. If you’ve wondered what it all means, join Pastor Bryan Eckelmann for an interactive time of learning how to read the amazing, lovely, mysterious and encouraging book we call “Revelation.”  

Becoming a Tech-Wise Family | April 25 - May 16

Led by Scott Burnett, Steven Good and Brieana Searcy 

Technology, the Internet, and Social Media have changed the game for all of us, especially for children. What is a parent to do? Beginning April 25, local expert on family internet security, Scott Burnett, will kick off the series by providing tips for managing technology safely in the home.  Then from May 2-16, Steven Good and Brieana Searcy will lead a conversation about practical tools and strategies for keeping technology in its proper place in your home and family life. 

Note: Parents who attend May 2-16 are encouraged to purchase Andy Crouch’s book, The Tech-Wise Family, as an aid for our discussion.

CLICK HERE to sign-up for LABS

Contact Karli Berkompas for more information, karlib@sapres.org or 949.574.2262.

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