Training
Equipping the Saints Disciple FoundryAll Classes

PURPOSE

Peninsula Bible Church has a long history of diving deep into the Word through courses, internships, seminars, and ministry opportunities.  

Disciple Foundry

The Disciple Foundry is a reinstantiation of our long-standing intern program that began in the 1970s as Scribe School.  Open to those who wish to go deeper into the word and to have a taste of seminary-like content, the two-year program offers 2 courses per quarter.  The courses are taught by PBC’s pastors including Jeff Louie, Scott Grant, Paul Taylor and Dan Westman.

Courses include theology and exegesis and can also be audited by those not able to commit to the full two-year program.

Learn more about the program.

Sunday Morning

Courses are offered Sunday mornings on a variety of topics.

Equip – held during the second service time, the group reflects on the sermon and what it means to their lives. (10:45 am, Fellowship Hall)

MarriageMarried couples of all ages are invited to a video and discussion series developed by Alpha. Starting Sept 15, The 14-week course covers topics from communication to intimacy to conflict. (10:45 am, The Study)

What We BelieveIn this 5-week series (Oct 6 – Nov 3) you will learn core Christian doctrines from PBC’s Doctrinal Statement and how each belief brings hope and life to us. (10:45 am, Upper Room)

Other Sunday Classes – See our list of classes through May 2020.

Other Opportunities

We make other learning opportunities (both within PBC and outside) known to our congregation on a regular basis through our newsletter.

Roundtables – Throughout the year we offer topics of interest to the community through our Rountable series.  These are announced on Sunday mornings and through our newsletter.  You can listen to previous Roundtables.

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Questions about our Equipping Offerings?

LEADERSHIP

Jeff Louie

Jeff Louie

Pastor of Equipping, PBC

A native New Yorker, Jeff has also lived in Dallas, Chicago, and since 1990 in the Bay Area.  With his wife Judy, they have two daughters, two son-in-laws, and four grandchildren. Besides having been a pastor for 25 years, he was a seminary professor for 13 years.  He received his PhD from Dallas Theological Seminary, and was a founding member of the Gospel Coalition.

Additional Teaching Pastors

Scott Grant

Paul Taylor

Dan Westman

Rolana Smith

Rob Schulze

 

  Library of Previous Theology Roundtable Discussions

 

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