Adult Teaching Team - Sunrise Baptist Church February 4, 2017

Hello Adult Teaching Leader!

This past week we have seen several changes happen within our adult teaching division. Some of the changes we have seen are classrooms moving to new locations; some veteran teachings stepping down; classes acquiring new names and new teachers being enlisted. These are certainly exciting days.

Welcome Jerry Wallace: Please welcome Jerry Wallace to the Adult Teaching Division as the new teacher for the former Lamoyne Sharpe class. While Jerry has some physical limitations, I applaud his willingness to be used in this capacity. Please pray for Jerry as he prepares to teach, his physical health and the potential upcoming arm/shoulder surgery. We believe he is the man for the day.

Young Professional Class: We welcome the name change of "College & Career" to the "Young Professional" class. While a name may not seem important, it certainly matters to those involved. We have had numerous your professional men and women who are looking for a class to become involved with. We believe under the leadership of Trent Alexander this class with both grow and flourish. Welcome young professionals!

Thankful for Lamoyne Sharpe: We want to express our deep appreciation to Lamoyne Sharpe for his dedication to teaching and service to his class. Teaching and preparation is hard work, even when you enjoy it. We are thankful for his work and preparation over the years of service. I know many will miss his insight and instruction. May God bless Lamoyne Sharpe and his dear wife Judy.

February Sermon Series begins this Sunday, February 5th in the A.M.
Join us as we resume on Sunday night - February 19th @ 5:00 p.m.


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