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Navigating End of Life Issues

Sundays, October 02 - October 30, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

Join us for a 5-week class focusing on end of life issues. We'll discuss Grief/Loss, Legal Considerations, Financial Considerations and Palliative vs. Hospice Care. The last class will feature a panel which will field questions on the signs/symptoms of the dying process.

Questions? Contact Patty

Making Sense of the Book of Job

Sundays, September 11 - November 20, 10:45AM - 12:00PM

In-depth study of the book of Job.

Location: Room D-102. No cost.

Questions? Contact Kathi at


Making Sense of the Old Testament

Sundays, September 11 - December 18, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

An in-depth study of the Old Testament.

Location: Room D-102. Cost: $32.

Questions? Contact Kathi.


Single & Parenting

Wednesdays, September 07 - December 14, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Refreshing biblical teaching on topics important to single parents. Each class offers effective parenting strategies, encouragement and insights on how to find rest and hope as you parent alone.

Location: E-202. Cost: $15 (includes child care, dinner and workbook). Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Craig.



Mondays, September 12 - December 05, 7:00PM - 8:30PM

This DVD led class is offered by Singles, however, all are welcome to attend. Healthy relationships and sound living depend on maintaining smart personal boundaries. Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend address specific issues that confront today's Christians such as:

- Living a life out of control.
- Having people take advantage of us.
- Having trouble saying no.
- Being disappointed with God because of unanswered prayers.

Facilitator: Shawn Lange. Join anytime.
Cost: $10 (no cost for participants who already have the book). Location: D-202. Registration requested.

No class September 26 and October 10.

Questions? Contact Craig.


The Creative Call Class

February 2, 2017 – April 6, 2017, 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

Join other artists to discover or renew your call to develop the gifts God has given you in the arts. Spend time studying, creating, sharing, recognizing and using your creative gifts to walk closer with God. Be challenged and encouraged in your skills as an artist and in the act of worship: co-creating with God. The wonderful journey begins with the first step - Come Explore Together.

Location: Room D-104

*Not meeting March 16.


Mosaic Class

March 22, 2017 – April 26, 2017, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

Explore making mosaics in a variety of different ways using all types of materials. Class is designed for all levels of skill, including beginners. All you need to join us is a passion for taking individual pieces and making them into something beautiful.

Location: Room D-202

Questions? Contact Ann

Creative Connections Class

Wednesdays, October 12 - December 14, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Designed to bring artists of all skill levels together in community to study five core areas: Biblical Study, Concepts in Art, Art History, Art Skill and Professional Practices. No registration required.

Location: Room D-202

*Class will not meet on-site November 16.
*There will be NO CLASS on November 23.

Questions? Contact Ann

Abstract Acrylics

Wednesdays, September 07 - October 05, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Explore a unique and fun way to worship God through Acrylic paint. No skill is required to take this class. Enjoy unlocking your creativity. No registration required.

Location: Room D-202

Questions? Contact Ann

Photography Forum

January 9, 2017 – April 24, 2017, 7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Glorify God through photography and create an environment where people can learn, grow, meet others and photography with a purpose.

Location: Youth Complex - Y112

Questions? Contact Jennie

Photography Forum

Mondays, September 12 - December 12, 7:00PM - 9:00PM

Glorify God through photography and create an environment where people can learn, grow, meet others and photograph with a purpose.

Location: Youth Complex - Y112

*No class November 14.

Questions? Contact Jennie

Discovery Class

Sundays, September 18 - October 09, 9:00AM - 10:30AM

A four-week class, Discovery is designed to help you get acquainted with Lincoln Berean - who we are and what makes our culture unique. The informal, small-group format provides the opportunity to meet others who are new to Lincoln Berean.

No cost. Location: D-201. Registration requested.

For additional class dates, click here.

Questions? Contact Kathy at 402-483-6512 or


Discovery Class

Wednesdays, October 19 - November 09, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

A four-week class, Discovery is designed to help you get acquainted with Lincoln Berean - who we are and what makes our culture unique. The informal, small-group format provides the opportunity to meet others who are new to Lincoln Berean.

No cost. Location: D-201. Registration requested.

For additional class dates, click here.

Questions? Contact Kathy Hamm at 402-483-6512 or



Wednesdays, September 07 - December 14, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

Does the Bible confuse you when you read it? Do you struggle to understand how its book fit together? Learn to study the Bible effectively for yourself and how to understand and defend basic doctrine in this two-semester course that covers the basics of the Bible. This course is designed to give God's people a strong foundation of God's Word. Class taught by Pastor Bryan Clark.

Location: Room D-203. Cost: $10 for workbook and $10 for 30 Days to Understanding the Bible.

Questions? Contact Beth at


Gleaners Lunch

Wednesdays, June 08 - December 14, 11:30AM - 2:00PM

Join us each month for lunch, fellowship and a guest speaker!

June 8 - Golden Corral (3940 N. 26th Street, Lincoln)

July 13 - The Eatery

August 10 - Bob and Cel Rice's Home

September 14 - Chevy's

October 12 - Greenfield's

November 9 - Lincoln Berean Church

December 14 - Ginger Sandquist's Home

Questions? Contact Bob at or 402-499-9542

Agora Fellowship

New Sessions Begin Each Fall

Leadership for the Common Good

In ancient Greek, the agora was a gathering place in the middle of a city that served as the center for commerce, politics, education, the arts, religion and civic life. What happened in the agora shaped the society as a whole. Not much has changed. Today the ideas and practices that flow from the academies, churches/temples/synagogues, businesses, houses of government and studios profoundly change and shape the society in which we live.

The Agora Fellowship equips young professionals to integrate their Christian commitment and vocation enabling them to impact their professions for God’s kingdom and to be agents of cultural renewal.

The Fellowship is a nine-month intensive program designed to provide young professionals with a solid base of theological, ethical and cultural understanding. Through weekly readings and discussions, monthly gatherings, and one-on-one mentoring with a mature person in their profession, Fellows will develop as influential leaders in their professions who can serve effectively as ambassadors for God’s kingdom and contribute to the common good locally, regionally, nationally and even internationally.

Requirements include:
· Complete weekly readings
· Attend and participate in weekly discussions over the readings
· Attend monthly gatherings to meet with guest speakers or go on excursions in and around the city of Lincoln
· Complete 2-3 written assessments over the course of the nine months
- Book fee of approximately $140

Who should apply?
Men and women, 25-35 years of age, working in fields including higher education, law, medicine, the sciences, media, arts, government and business/finance. The applicant should (1) be currently employed full-time, (2) have at least a year of working experience in his or her profession, (3) possess clear and strong Christian commitment and character and (4) desire to use his or her position of leadership to influence the culture for God’s kingdom and the common good.

If you'd like to hear more about the Agora Fellowship, check out our promotional video.

Spiritual Care Training Course I and II

Wednesdays, September 07 - April 12, 6:30PM - 8:00PM

This class will equip you to walk with others as they experience difficult times in their journey of life and is excellent for those in helping professions/ministries. In class, we will cover topics such as: How God Changes Us, Dangers of Isolation, Communication, Worry and Fear, Bad Habits, Abuse and God’s Healing Path, Boundaries, as well as many other topics.
Course completion allows you to apply to serve as a Spiritual Caregiver. A Spiritual Caregivers are trained individuals who are passionate about walking alongside others, offering grace and hope in times of need. Spiritual Caregivers are not professional therapists.

If you'd like to hear more about Spiritual Care Training, check out our video.

Location: Room D-103. Cost: $50
Questions? Contact Brenda at

The 2016/2017 class is full. This class will be offered again next year in September.

Starting Your Story Premarital Class

Sundays, September 18 - November 13 or Sundays, January 15, 2017 - March 19, 2017

Topics include: family of origin, finances, spirituality, conflict resolution, communication and personality differences.
Class required for all couples wanting to get married at Lincoln Berean.

Attendance at seven of nine class sessions is suggested to have successful completion of the class.

Choose one of the following sessions:
Sundays, September 18 - November 13, 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. REGISTER
Sundays, January 15, 2017 - March 19, 2017, 10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m. REGISTER

Location: Room D-201. Cost: $60/couple. Registration requested.

Questions? Contact Kyle

The Journey-Singles

Sundays, Ongoing, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

"Men Are Like Waffles - Women Are Like Spaghetti."
Men and women know they are different, but what can they do about those differences? In this refreshing, humorous look at relationships, Bill and Pam Farrel explain why a man is like a waffle (each element of his life is in a separate box), why a woman is like a plate of spaghetti (everything in her life touches everything else) and how the differences can work for you. This 7-week curriculum is engaging and witty.

Location: Room E-202. Optional, but highly encouraged book: $10.

Join anytime. Registration requested.

For more info and to stay informed, join Lincoln Berean The Journey group at or contact Andi at


Young at Heart

Sundays, Ongoing, 9:00AM - 10:15AM

The study of the prophet Isaiah and its practical application.
(Beginning January 3 we will be studying James.)

No registration necessary. Everyone is welcome.

Encouragers Through Christ

Sundays, Ongoing, 10:45AM - 12:00PM

General Epistles study, open discussion. A look at Paul's direction for life in Christ.

Study of Romans begins February 14. Travel the "Roman Road" with us as we study Paul's timeless epistle about sin and salvation, hope and righteousness.

Room D-104.

No registration necessary. Everyone is welcome.


First Sunday of Each Month, 10:45AM - 12:00PM

Prayer gathering for grandparents and empty nesters.

Join anytime. No Cost.
Questions? Contact Gene at 402-440-8055