Connect Point Ministry

Sunday Mornings at 9:00 am, Wednesday Evenings at 7 pm

 

Welcome to ConnectPoint!

Connect Point represents our Sunday morning roster of Bible Study and Christian Education classes. We are committed to exposing our congregation of all ages to an in-depth study of the Word of God and are determined that this continue week by week in every season of the year!

Now Available for Download: 2018 Winter/Spring Catalog in pdf format

The Christian Education Department encourages the formation of other small group Bible Study opportunities throughout the week on our church campus and it also assists other church Ministries in identifying effective curriculum as well as providing logistics for their own periodic Bible Study series.

Our ministry’s fundamental goal is to encourage the Body of Christ to be vigilant in studying God’s Word in order to stimulate cogent Biblical literacy.

Pastor Larry Wayne Morbitt,
Christian Education

CONNECT POINT…MISSION STATEMENT

“These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”

Deuteronomy 6:6-9

Our Connect Point Superintendent

John & Mary Agan

Connect Point Superintendant

John Agan is a retired aircraft mechanic. He is originally from Winter Set, Iowa, the home of the Madison County Covered Bridges. He is a graduate of the Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, OK, earning an FAA Airframe & Power Plant Mechanics license and an FCC Radio Telephone license.

 

John has a long history of teaching most levels of Sunday School. Mary, his wife of over 40 years, assists him in his superintendent responsibilities and often fills in when faculty members are unable to teach Sunday classes.

Classes for Kids – 9 am Sunday Mornings

KINDERGARTEN, 1ST & 2ND GRADES

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C101 (downstairs)
  • Faculty: Veronica Labrada & Deborah Duncan

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: God Chooses Moses
Stories from Moses’ life share how he was rescued by a princess, called by God through a burning bush, and saw God work powerfully to free His people through plagues and miraculous signs.

Unit 2: Jesus, Our Savior
Kids will discover that Jesus’ resurrection makes our salvation possible. They’ll also look at stories about Thomas, Jesus’ ascension into Haven, and his promise to return.

Unit 3: God Watches over Jacob and Joseph
Kids will explore Joseph’s time as a slave and prisoner, his miraculous rise to rulership, and his gracious forgiveness of his brothers.

3rd & 4th Grades

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C106 (downstairs)
  • Faculty: Priyanka David & Jazmin Ochoa

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: God With Us
Kids will look at the thoughts and feelings of the people God chose to be around the miraculous birth of His Son.

Unit 2: God Helps Us
Through stories about Thomas, Mary and Martha, Peter, and Elijah, kids will discover that God is our Source of help in every situation.

Unit 3: God’s House
Kids will discover that church, God’s house, is where we learn about God—how to worship and obey Him, to be more like Him, and to show Christian love.

5th and 6th Grades

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C106 (downstairs)
  • Faculty: Sylvia Mills and Sabrena Lindsay

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: Responses to Jesus
Students will compare their responses to Jesus with the ways Mary, Joseph, Elizabeth, and the Wise Men responded to Him.

Unit 2: Attitudes and Actions
Stories about Absalom, Paul and Silas, and Daniel help students see how their actions and attitudes affect not only their lives but others as well.

Unit 3: Prayer
As students learn about prayer, they’ll discover its benefits, relate it to worship, and find out what it means to intercede.

Middle School Girls (Girls United)

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C203 (upstairs)
  • Faculty: Oretta Andrews, Joi Goynes and Grace Njoroge

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: Turning the Tide of Emotions
Feelings of anger, bitterness, frustration, and anguish—through biblical examples, students will gain insight into how to properly process these emotions.

Unit 2: Jesus’ Last Days
Students will discover what was important to Jesus and how He can transform their lives through the events leading up to His crucifixion, death, and resurrection.

Unit 3: Choices Matter
Through stories about kings, students will find out that poor choices yield poor results. A final lesson on Pentecost shows students why the Holy Spirit came and how He can impact their lives.

Middle School Guys

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C204 (upstairs)
  • Faculty: Jerry Traylor with Billy Thomas, Substitute

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: Turning the Tide of Emotions
Feelings of anger, bitterness, frustration, and anguish—through biblical examples, students will gain insight into how to properly process these emotions.

Unit 2: Jesus’ Last Days
Students will discover what was important to Jesus and how He can transform their lives through the events leading up to His crucifixion, death, and resurrection.

Unit 3: Choices Matter
Through stories about kings, students will find out that poor choices yield poor results. A final lesson on Pentecost shows students why the Holy Spirit came and how He can impact their lives.

High School

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C201 (upstairs)
  • Faculty: Pastor Daniel Kline

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Unit 1: The Bible and Science
Students will explore ethical challenges that modern attitudes and technologies have created to influence our attitudes toward life.

Unit 2: How to Go Deeper with God
By examining Jesus’ relationship with some of His closes friends while on earth, students will find out how to deepen their relationship with God.

Unit 3: Media Alert
Students will discover how to recognize and respond to tactics used by the advertising and entertainment industries and be reminded that God’s message is the most important.

Classes for Adults – 9 am Sunday Mornings

Marriage Builders

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C201 (upstairs) Conference Room
  • Faculty: Scott & Janet Howard, Lyle & Floretta Yenglin, Harold & La Rae Hammond

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Currently, the class is studying, THE 5 LOVE LANGUAGES. This curriculum is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Falling in love is easy. Staying in love – that’s the challenge. How can you keep your relationship fresh and growing amid the demands, conflicts, and just plain boredom of everyday life? In this #1 New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages, you’ll discover the secret that has transformed millions of relationships worldwide. Whether your relationship is flourishing or failing, Dr. Gary Chapmans proven approach to showing and receiving love will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your partner – starting today. The 5 Love Languages is as practical as it is insightful. Updated to reflect the complexities of relationships today, this new edition reveals intrinsic truths and applies relevant, actionable wisdom in ways that work. The curriculum Includes the Couple’s Personal Profile assessment so you can discover your love language and that of your loved one.

Basic Christianity

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

40 THINGS YOU INHERIT WITH YOUR SALVATION…at the moment of salvation, every believer in Jesus Christ receives 40 things from God. Of the 40 things, 39 of them are permanent and can never be removed from the believer – even by God Himself! The only temporary thing we can lose is fellowship with God which we lose due to our own free will to sin and act against God. We can regain this fellowship and walk in the light when we confess our known sins to the Father. Our position as sons and daughters is eternal and unchangeable. Our daily state of fellowship can change because it is based on our conduct as an obedient or disobedient daughter or son. This is an ongoing study and you are invited to join at any time.

NUGGETS FROM THE WORD

  • Time: Sunday 9 am – Location: C111 (Youth Room, East)
  • Faculty: Rev. Donna Johnson

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Rev. Johnson’s class is currently working Beth Moore’s powerful Exploration of the Fruit of the Spirit, Living Beyond Yourself. Through this study you’ll come to appreciate the supernatural aspects of the fruit and that you cannot grow, learn, or produce the fruit on your own. Beth challenges you to develop the fruit by maintaining an intimate relationship with the Spirit of God.

This multiple week study features personal interactive studies for five days a week. At the end of each week’s study is a Listening Guide for the group video sessions.

MEMBERSHIP CLASS (Begins 03/11)

  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – Location: C111B (downstairs)
  • Faculty: Billy Thomas

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

Membership Classes are scheduled from time to time and are opened to all members of the Body of Christ who have prayerfully decided to affiliate themselves with Trinity Life Center. The Classes explore the Fundamental Truths as espoused by the Assemblies of God Fellowship. It also covers the Trinity Life Center Constitution and Bylaws, the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, our strong emphasis on World and Home Missions and explores our Leadership and Ministries structures designed to meet the Spiritual needs of all attendees and members of our community.

Please let Billy Thomas or one of our Pastors know if you may be interested in attending the next session.

Classes for Adults – 7 pm Wednesday Evenings

DAUGHTERS OF THE KING

  • Time: Wednesday 7 pm – Location: Fellowship Hall, South
  • Faculty: Members of the Women’s Ministry Board

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

The curriculum is based on Lauren Chandler’s book, Steadfast Love: A Study of Psalm 107. In this course participants will learn how to face both the storms and deserts of life with courage and trust in Jesus, and discover how tests in our journeys of faith reveal the true condition of our hearts. There are times when worship overflows effortlessly from a heart full of gratitude and praise, and there are times when God seems far and we feel we have nothing to offer. Through it all, God shows us his steadfast love. Curriculum features: Leader will help guide questions and discussions within small groups. Other features will include personal study segments with homework.

Men’s Ministries

  • Time: Wednesday 7 pm – Location: Fellowship Hall, South
  • Faculty: Scott & Janet Howard, Lyle & Floretta Yenglin, Harold & La Rae Hammond

SPRING CURRICULUM (MARCH, APRIL, MAY)

This session’s Bible Study will feature, CONQUER SERIES, PT 2, THE BATTLE CONTINUES which is designed to address any and all challenges in a man’s life. It will…

  • Explore strongholds that keep men in bondage
  • Examine the neurochemistry of addiction
  • Discover the weapons and strategies of God
  • Investigate proven strategies to prevent relapse
  • Study practical daily techniques to remain free

What starts out as a moral problem quickly becomes a brain problem. Often, men who’ve tried to quit have failed because they don’t understand the brain. Understanding the brain is so important in this battle. Men in bondage go through a cycle of triggering, ritual, and acting out. Discover how to renew your mind and break destructive patterns. Part one was ground breaking and powerful. Part two of this series will build and expand on the proven principles and practical tools taught in Volume 1. We will take a look at demolishing strongholds, examine real proven strategies for freedom and present a battle plan for purity.

Passionate Worship

CONTACT US

Trinity Life Center
1000 E. St. Louis Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89104

Office Hours:
Tue-Fri 9 am - 5 pm

Phone: 702.734.2223

E-mail: Info@trinity-life.org

SERVICE TIMES

Sunday

9:00 AM
Insights Prayer Service
Connect Point Sunday School Classes

10:00 AM
Sunday Worship Service


Wednesday

7:00 PM
Connection Wednesdays

OUR MISSION

To be a community of believers, prayerfully committed to making disciples of all nations who will discover and utilize their God-given gifts in ministry to others.