Xenos Class Registration

Summer 2nd Session Classes 2015

View the current class flier: PDF Document

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 Ben Foust
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, 9 - 11 a.m.
August 15 – September 12

$38/adult or $12/student + $5 for Childcare
(Register before 8/13)


Xenos Elective Classes:

a 4-week class with Mary Beth Gladwell
Can marriage work in the 21st century? What would a good marriage look like? Could the Bible, written thousands of years ago, possibly have anything relevant to say about this issue? This four week course will consider what we can do as women to improve our marriages. We will explore such topics as sex, forgiveness, how to create an environment of acceptance and many more.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9:30 p.m.
August 12 – September 2

$30/adult or $10/student
(Register before 8/10)

a 4-week class with Mike Sullivan and Josh Benadum
Are you trying to help someone who is having a difficult time making the transition from youth to adult? Many of the young men we serve are eager to draw near to Christ and serve others, but they lag behind in practical areas, like landing and keeping a job, following a budget, and generally being responsible. This four-week class is for men who want to help young men grow up and learn to be productive adults who follow Christ and have something to share with others. This struggle is obviously not limited to men, but this first course will address issues unique to working with men.
Pre-requisites: Students must be consistently meeting with someone on a regular basis for discipleship.

Saturdays, 9 – 11:30 a.m.
@ the 4th St Pavilion: 1934 N High St
August 22 – September 12

$30/adult or $10/student
(Register before 8/20)

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.

Saturdays, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
August 15 – September 12

$38/adult or $12/student + $5 for childcare
(register before 8/13)

a 5-week class with Curt and Pam Stearns
This entry level class will familiarize participants in basic redemptive cross culture communication with those who are adherents of Islam. We will cover background information on Islam, Current Materials being used and practical ways to “build bridges” to explain one’s faith. This class will be the most beneficial for those who are currently in contact with Muslims and wish to redeem these relationships.
Participants will be asked to buy an approved translation of the Koran, and two other books to support the material presented in class.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9:30 p.m.
August 19 – September 16

$38/adult or $12/student
(register before 8/17)

a 5-week class with Lee Campbell
Men want to be successful husbands but often find themselves unmotivated or confused about how to do well with this very important relationship. There are a few principles that if understood and practiced can help a great deal. This class is designed for married men; however, single men are free to join us.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.
August 12 – September 9

$38/adult or $12/student
(Register before 8/10)

a 3-week class with Christine Deken
Have you ever felt disappointment with God and other people? Has life not turned out the way you thought? Have you lost a relationship with a friend or known someone who left fellowship because of differing expectations? In this class, we will define expectations and discuss potential damage caused by unwarranted expectations. We will explore commonly held but subtle expectations of God, people and general life issues using biblical characters and their expectations as well as our own thoughts and emotions. Goals for the class are to help us more readily recognize our wrong expectations, discuss ways to rehabilitate them in accordance with God’s truth and reality and explore how we might more quickly turn to place our hope in God.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9:30 p.m.
August 26 – September 9

$22/adult or $7/student
(Register before 8/24)

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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