Kosmosdale Baptist Church is committed to developing believers who are grounded in the truth of Scripture. We want our people to know what the Bible says and how to apply the biblical message to their everyday lives. One manifestation of that commitment is our Sunday School program. Our Sunday School program offers age-appropriate instruction on a variety of biblical matters. Our Sunday School classes provide our people with the opportunity to learn more about God through formal instruction as well as group discussion. We currently offer the following Sunday School classes:
Teacher: Barbara Tucker
Our Pre-School and Kindergarten Sunday School class introduces young children to basic Bible facts and stories. In this class, children will learn about key biblical figures like Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David, and Jesus. The students will also learn important information about the Bible itself, such as the names and order of its books.
Praise Factory Class (Kindergarten to 2nd Grade)
Teacher: Jennifer Scott
The Praise Factory Class continues the survey of basic Bible stories students began in the Pre-School and Kindergarten class and builds on those stories to help the children develop a theological understanding of Christian truth. Based on the Praise Factory curriculum developed by Connie Dever of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, the Praise Factory class provides interactive lessons based on Scripture and notable examples of faith from church history.
Way of the Wise (3rd-5th Grades)
Teacher: Ruth Zoeller
This class builds on earlier Sunday School classes by introducing students to the Doctrine of God and the book of Proverbs. The goal of this class is to help students know more about God and His attributes as well as how to live in light of God’s wisdom.
O.W.L: Opening the Word of Life(6th-12th Grades)
Teacher: Kathren Miller
This class encourages the students to open the Word of Life and develop biblical principles to apply to their own lives. The class names comes from Philippians 2:14-16 which says, “4 Do all things without grumbling or disputing, 15 that you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world, 16 holding fast to the word of life, so that in the day of Christ I may be proud that I did not run in vain or labor in vain.” Using Paul’s exhortation, this class is designed to introduce the students to important theological concepts and to help them build a Christian worldview.
Teacher: Andrew Lindsey
The Greek word aletheia means “truth,” and the Aletheia Class provides young adults with the opportunity to study the truth of the Bible in an informal, round-table setting. While the class is led by an instructor, everyone in the class is encouraged to participate in an ongoing discussion based on the text of Scripture. For the most part, this class works its way verse-by-verse through various books of the Bible. On occasion, however, we will read through books on important matters of Christian doctrine or living. The goal is to help young adults develop a Christian worldview and make appropriate application of Christian truth to all life situations.
We are currently studying the Sermon on the Mount.
Teacher: Mike Senior
The Legacy class is designed to help mature believers grow in the Christian faith by addressing a variety of discipleship topics. Generally, the class works its way through a Christian book such as Thomas Wells’ From the Pastor’s Desk or A. W. Tozer’s The Knowledge of the Holy.
The class is currently studying John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress.