Boka Keene means study of the Bible. We are a Bible study group whose members learn from one another through our discussion of the bible as we study it. Everyone is open about sharing their faith as God and the Holy Spirit speaks to each of us. Our only resources are the Bible and commentaries. Everyone is welcome. All we ask of our class members is that they have a desire to learn more about the Bible, and enjoy good friendships with each other.
This class reads and discusses topics focusing on spiritual formation and prayer. We do so led by different books and literature chosen by the class. We also meditate during our class time – our group includes folks seasoned in meditation and beginners. All are welcome.
Teacher: Shared Leadership
Ages: 40 – 80
This class uses study books that are Bible related. Most of the studies are related to the people of the Bible. This is a diverse group with lots of participation and group discussion. They are currently studying a book by Dr. Timothy Johnson, Physician & Journalist, “Finding God in the Questions”.
Ages 30 – 96
The study for this class consists of books dealing with contemporary Christian literature and theology. This as an open, free-thinking and questioning class. We are interested in activities related to Outreach, social justice and Environmental Stewardship. We study materials that gives us tools we need to be Christians all week.
Teacher: Charlie Hattendorf
Ages 30 & Up in Room 13
This is a different type of class. We take on challenging contemporary Christian issues. We value respectful, thoughtful, open-minded discussion and a variety of opinions. We study books selected by the class. We have studied modern authors such as Borg, Crossen, Strobel, Collins, Lightfoot and many others. We also enjoy classes based on DVDs, online resources like The Thoughtful Christian and Living the Question, podcasts and current events. We share events in our lives and the lives of our friends and families.