learning, growth, & Adult Education

Numerous classes, teachings, and learning opportunities are held throughout the year at His Place Church.  Many recur each year.  Scroll down for information on current offerings



  • what did you expect     by: paul tripp     marriage class

    Marriage, according to Scripture, will always involve two flawed people living with each other in a fallen world. Yet, in counselor Paul Tripp’s professional experience, the majority of couples enter marriage with far different expectations. These unrealistic expectations leave them unprepared for the day-to-day realities of married life.

    This unique book introduces a biblical and practical approach to those realities that is rooted in God’s faithfulness and Scripture’s teaching on sin and grace. “Spouses need to be reconciled to each other and to God on a daily basis,” Tripp declares. “Since we’re always sinners married to sinners, reconciliation isn’t just the right response in moments of failure. It must be the lifestyle of any healthy marriage.”

    What Did You Expect?, presents six practical commitments that give shape and momentum to such a lifestyle. These commitments—ranging from “We will honestly face our sin, weakness, and failure” to “We will change our agenda” and “We will protect our relationship”—will equip couples to develop a thriving, grace-based marriage in all circumstances and seasons of their relationship.

  • discover your god-given gifts

    Facilitator: Charlie Zeits

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    We all understand that we have differences. Sometimes we even understand the differences and accept them! However, sometimes "You've got to be kidding" enters our thoughts and often gets vocalized! This class doesn't intend to "undo" God's unique creation called "ME," but rather intends for each of us to understand why "THEY" think and respond the way they do.  God has uniquely created each of us for Him to use in various ministries.  It is freeing and encouraging to figure out how He has made us.

  • Spiritual warfare

    Facilitator: Kim Torrence

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    Description: The Bible is explicit: We live in a world of distinct opponents; our very lives are a battle. Yet too many Christians lose more battles than they win and endure their walk with God rather than enjoy it because they don't recognize the enemy when they see it. More importantly, they have no idea how to respond. While society tells us we can react simply, the truth is that a wish, a hope, and a prayer are not the best responses to attacks from those who stand between us and the Father. Christians must be strategic in their reactions to these clearly defined enemies, learning how to fight biblically and effectively rather than just sincerely. In Spiritual Warfare, Dr. Karl Payne - pastor of Leadership Development and Discipleship at Antioch Bible Church and Chaplain for the NFL's Seattle Seahawks - has written a guidebook for defense that is simple, biblical, and transferable. Through his teaching on how to recognize and resolve attacks from the world, we learn that we are more than conquerors in Christ.

  • spurgeon fellowship - Spokane

    Link to information here

  • sharing jesus without fear

    Essential discipleship training.

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    A simple and relational approach to witnessing that underscores the dependence of God's power for the results.

  • intensive greek grammar

    Instructor: Katlyn Brotcke    208.818.7652    katlyn.brotcke@gmail.com
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    10 week course offered through Charnock Institute of the Bible.
    Greek grammar and reading are combined in this 10 week course. Students will be familiarizing themselves with everything they need to begin reading their Greek New Testament's for themselves. Students will be memorizing basic vocabulary, understanding the basics of the language, and will be familiarized with tools to help with the process while the Professor reads Greek passages in class with them. Students will be reading their Greek New Testament by the end of the course.