ADULT BIBLE STUDIES

SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 9:20 AM

The Psalms - Part I

A Parents Bible Study

IN ROOM W10  ~ Starting on April 28th

Children are welcome to join our Pathfinders Ministry while you are in Bible Study

 

The book of Psalms is often quoted and cliched, but much less often contextualized. When we understand the Psalter relative to the circumstances in which it was written, we find a rich resource for God’s people. Through these prayers, God both speaks to us and models how we might speak back to Him. At its core, the book of Psalms is an instructional guide to a moment-by-moment walk with God through the world. Through text and video teaching, Dr. Brian Russell introduces readers to Book 1 of the Psalms (Psalm 1-41) with humility and in anticipation of finding fresh astonishment and sustenance in these God-inspired prayers.

John Bible Study

IN ROOM W50  

 

You can know a lot about Jesus and not know Him at all. We're not meant to simply know a lot of facts about Jesus. Truly knowing someone requires personal knowledge coming from being with someone over time and building trust. We come to know God personally when we spend time with Him, when we build trust in Him, when we share our life with Him.

OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY: THE BOOK OF NUMBERS

IN ROOM W30


Please join us as we continue our study on the book of Numbers. No matter how many times we read through and study the Old Testament, there is always more insight and a better understanding as our faith journey continues. The goal of this class is to read every word in the Old Testament , and then as a World History Class, discuss the events of their known world that shaped and influenced their lives at this particular time in history. This class is open to everyone regardless of age or personal knowledge of the Old Testament.  

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS AT 6:30 PM

EZEKIEL PART 2 - WHEN MY SANCTUARY IS IN THEIR MIDST FOREVER

IN ROOM W10

 

The watchman speaks hope from the Lord. God will seek the lost, bring back the scattered, bind up the broken and strengthen the sick. He will set over them one Shepherd and He will feed them Himself. Then they will know that He is the Lord and they are His people.

BASIC METHODISM 

IN ROOM W50 6:30-7:30PM | IN-PERSON OR 8:00-9:00PM | IN-PERSON & VIA ZOOM

 

Join us as we continue in John Wesley’s “Fourty-Four Sermons”. In addition to the scripture, great creeds of the church, and the Methodist Articles of Religion, the “44 standard sermons” of John Wesley are central to the doctrine of the Global Methodist Church. John Wesley’s sermons are written in a common language for the common person (not only the academics) to understand Methodist theology. This should be an exciting course on Christian doctrine, and practice. Each week students will answer questions and dive into discussions based on our study of one of Wesley’s sermons and the supporting biblical texts. 

NONE LIKE HIM

IN ROOM E60 

 

God is self-existent, self-sufficient, eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, sovereign, infinite, and incomprehensible.

 

We’re not.

 

And that’s a good thing.

 

Our limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. But at the root of every sin is our rebellious desire to possess attributes that belong to God alone. Calling us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God’s limitless power, Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God.
 

YOUR GOD KNOWS

IN ROOM W30 

 

This powerful Bible study about God’s faithfulness explores Nahum—a rarely studied collection of prophetic poems—to remind us that God is ever-present and always working, even when we feel alone or discouraged.
 
Throughout history, God has said to His people: “I see you. I know you. And I will make this right.” This is a crucial message for people today, as we so deeply need to rest in an all-knowing God who can handle what is happening in the world and in our lives. In “Your God Knows”, Bible teacher and bestselling author Lisa Whittle draws on Scripture throughout the Old and New Testaments as she helps answer six critical questions for our times:
 

  • Am I forgotten?
  • How does good come from bad?
  • Do my desires and dreams matter?
  • Am I generationally blessed or cursed?
  • Will God make wrong things right?
  • Will I be okay?

 
This interactive, video-based companion to Lisa’s book, God Knows, addresses your most pressing questions while immersing you in the truth of God’s promises so you can know deep in your soul that a sovereign God understands your pain—and will one day make all things new.
 

THURSDAYS AT 1:00 PM

Hebrews Bible Study VIA ZOOM

 

The epistle to the Hebrews draws us into extensive and elegant reasoning concerning the supremacy of Christ, his fulfillment of the OT Law and Levitical priesthood, and a call to perseverance in the Christian faith. Please consider participating in a 21-week study of this important teaching that answers the question posed near the beginning of the epistle: “How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?". Discussions will take place on Zoom from 1:00 - 2:30 pm on Thursdays.

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