Xenos Class Registration

Fall 2nd Session Classes 2014

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Class Registration Form

Please read the class description to ensure you meet any prerequisites for the class you have chosen.

First name: Middle initial:  Last name:
Street Address: (include maiden name if recently married)
City: State:  Zip:
Phone: Email Address:   
Home Group:

For classes with childcare please indicate ages of children that will need childcare

Important: I am a full time student.
I would like to be the class TA. (We will email you if you are selected.)


You will receive an email with all the class details a few days before class starts.
Some classes may already be full. Other classes may have prerequisites (read the class descriptions below for more information). If you cannot be enrolled, you will be notified by the registrar within a week.

Where will my class meet? Xenos classes meet at our main campus (1390 Community Park Drive) and at our office (1340 Community Park Drive). If noted, some classes will meet at the 4th Street Pavilion (1934 N. Fourth Street). (All in Columbus, Ohio.) Map

How do I pay? Students pay tuition on the first night of class - please bring exact change: cash or check.

Xenos Class Descriptions

Xenos Core Classes:

Bring your kids (infants through 10 years old) to class with you on Saturday mornings. Our trained childcare staff will watch your children so you can focus on class.  (only $10 per family added to fee)
Please indicate the # of your children who need childcare and their ages on your registration

a 5-week class with Lee Campbell
Whether you’re discovering the Bible for the first time, or eager to rekindle your passion for Scripture, this course will help you understand, enjoy and obey God’s Word in ways that draw you near to Christ and transform your life.  With Childcare

Saturdays, from 9 - 11 a.m.
November 8 – December 13 (Skipping 11/29 for Thanksgiving)
$38/adult or $12/student + $5 for Childcare
(Register before 11/6)



Xenos Elective Classes:

a 5-week class with Pat Reeder

"But where can wisdom be found? And where is the place of understanding?”  (Job 28:12)
Wisdom literature is often very hard to understand and The Book of Job is no exception to the rule. The main character, Job, is subjected to immense trials, losing his family, wealth and eventually health. His wife abandons him and his friends come and blame all of his problems on him. Meanwhile, God and Satan are engaged in a “wager” concerning Job’s righteousness. Such a complex scenario is a perfect storm, making for a piquant case study in the theology of suffering and much more. The course will be an overview of the book in general, which some special discussion of some of the more noteworthy theological lessons.

Wednesdays,  7 – 9:30 p.m. 
November 5 – December 10 (Skipping 11/26)
$38/adult or $12/student
(register before 11/4)


a 5-week class with Eric Chabot
Was Jesus a reformer of Judaism or the founder of Christianity? Or, was Paul the founder of Christianity? What are the Jewish backgrounds of Christian practices such as discipleship, baptism, etc? What is the relationship between the Christian and Israel? How did Judaism and Christianity become two separate faiths? This course will present an overview of the Jewish Roots of Christianity from a covenantal, historical, cultural, theological, and practical perspective.

Wednesdays,  7 – 9:30 p.m. 
November 5 – December 10 (Skipping 11/26)
$38/adult or $12/student
(register before 11/4)


a 4-week class with Kevin Furno

C. J. Mahaney in, The Cross Centered Life, observes: “Name the area of Christian  life that you want to learn about or you want to grow in … to become a better husband, wife or parent? None of these can be rightly understood apart from God’s grace through Jesus’ death. They, and indeed all topics, should be studied through the lens of the gospel”, p. 76. This four week class will teach and discuss how a married couple builds a grace-centered marriage through three grace-centered lenses – What is a grace centered marriage, barriers to a grace-centered marriage, building a grace-centered marriage.

Wednesdays,  7 – 9:30 p.m. 
November 5 – December 3 (Skipping 11/26)
$30/adult or $10/student
(register before 11/4)


a 5-week class with Catrina Feeney

Want to share your faith but feel unequipped? Did you develop a burden for evangelism at XSI that has since faded? This class is designed to cultivate a burden for evangelism, explore the early church’s methods, and equip you with tools and tips for sharing the Gospel in natural compelling way. With Childcare

Saturdays,  9:30 – 11:30 a.m. 
November 1 – December 13 (Skipping 11/8 and 11/29)
$38/adult or $12/student + $5 for childcare
(register before 10/30)



Teachers' Assistants:

Each class needs one or more TAs to assist with the class. TA tasks include attending every class, arriving 30 minutes early, taking attendance, collecting class tuition and collecting homework. In return, class tuition is waived for anyone serving as the TA. If you are interested in serving as the TA for your class, check the box in the registration form when you sign up. If the TA position for your class is still open, the class registrar will contact you to provide further details and to confirm if you will be the TA.

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