Wednesdays in Lower Langill Hall at 6:00 p.m.

Details about the current and upcoming studies and resources available can be found below.




Have you ever wondered why it seems our nation and world are headed in the wrong direction? We see it in the culture. We see it in politics, both at a state and national level. We see it at school board meetings. Ideals and attitudes that were unthinkable just five years ago now seem to be mainstream or soon-to-be mainstream. The behavior of younger generations seems devoid of anything representing a Christian or Biblical ethic but instead seems to follow the title of the Broadway musical entitled "Anything Goes."

  1. The distinction between the Creator and creation
  2. The distinction between humans and the rest of creation
  3. The distinction between man and woman

All three of these distinctions are under attack every day by the liberal elites in our nation. In fact, we're near the point in our nation where, if you hold to a Biblical view of marriage or the distinction between male and female relationships, you're considered a danger to society. In this Casual Wednesday series, we will discuss what's going on in our country, government, politics, churches, schools, and other entities. We'll also explore what the Bible says about these things. Join Pastor Brad for this class Wednesday nights in Langill Hall at 6:00 p.m. beginning October 6.

TOPICS  - Here’s a ‘tentative’ list of subjects for the following weeks. They are likely to change as more topics come out in the days ahead.

October 13

  • Part I - LGBTQ+ Legos? Pick yours up today!
  • Part II - The racism of your bicycle
  • Part III - Elections have consequences
  • Part IV - Why did the IRS deny a Christian organization tax exempt status?

October 20, 2021

  • Part I  - The Destruction of the English Language Continues
  • Part II - Where Are Americans on the Issue of Abortion?
  • Part III - Critical Theory Invades Tolkien’s ‘Middle Earth’
  • Part IV - Apple Pie Is a Symbol of Genocide?

October 27, 2021 

  • Part I - Paganism is the most LGBTQ+ Religious Identity in the US.
  • Part II - How Did Evangelicals Become More Pro-Life? The Bible Can Answer for That
  • Part III - 'Becoming Parents’ — The Moral Revolution’s Contradictions Are in Full View in Just Two Simple Words

November 3, 2021

  • Part I - The ‘I’m Spiritual but Not Religious’ Moment? Where You Find Human Beings, You Will Always Find Worship
  • Part II - Modern Spirituality + Capitalism = The Self
  • Part III - The Logic of Moral Revolution: As Teenagers Need Driving School, So Children Need Sex Education.
  • Part IV - Sexual Revolutionaries State Goal of ‘Queer Inclusivity Across All Grade Levels and Subjects’— Parents Have Been Warned.

November 10, 2021

  • Part I - Are Americans Just Deciding not to Work?
  • Part II - Chief Justice Roberts Was Right: Harvard Law Today Argues for the Legitimacy of Polyamory
  • Part III - Did God Create Disgust, or Is It an Evolutionary Trait Necessary for Survival?
  • Part IV - Female athletes argue that abortion is necessary for the survival of women’s sports.




Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers

January 5 - February 23, 2022

Christians can easily feel that Jesus is perpetually disappointed and frustrated, maybe even close to giving up on them. They know what Christ has done for them—but who is he? How does he feel about his people amid all their sins and failures?

In Matthew 11, Jesus describes himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for his people to find rest in him. This book reflects on his words, diving deep into Bible passages that speak of Christ’s affections for sinners and encouraging believers as they journey, weary and faltering, toward heaven.

The first Casual Wednesday class in 2022 will be a study of the book “Gentle & Lowly” by Dane Ortlund. This study and the sermon series (during month of January) will relate. PLUS PCPC will launch small groups in January. They will also study Gentle & Lowly. The Casual Wednesday class will be geared towards the small group facilitators, although it is open to all. At various days/times throughout the week, small groups will meet to do the study and build relationships.

Details on the Small Groups will be available soon.