Sunday Mornings… “Mark”
No doubt you’ve heard someone say something to the effect of, “God is more concerned with who we are than what we do. But since who we are will always dictate what we do, our actions, more than our words, will ultimately demonstrate whether we are really followers of Jesus. The Gospel of Mark is all about action. This short, but powerful book, may challenge many of your preconceptions about Christianity.
- March 24th, “Restores” Mark 5:21-24, 35-43
- March 31st, “Sends” Mark 6:7-13, 30-32
- April 7th, “Includes” Mark 7:25-37
Sunday Morning small group studies start at 9:15 AM for all age groups. Come to the Welcome Center desk for information on a wide variety of classes.
Sunday Evenings… Old Testament History
The “Old Testament History” class provides a Biblical/historical/geographical look at the story of “The Beginnings of Israel’s Monarchy” from the books of 1st and 2nd Samuel.
Tuesday Mornings… Ladies Bible Study
Our Ladies Bible Study by Lisa Harper is entitled, “Job: A Story of Unlikely Joy.” In this 7-session study, women will discover the redemptive side to Job’s story of suffering and learn to use pain to strengthen their faith. Class meets at 9:30 AM in Room #146/148.
Wednesday Evenings…”How to Study the Bible for All It Is Worth”
This six-week class is mandatory for all Bible Study teachers at FSBCG. You will learn proper methods for Biblical interpretation and how to prepare and deliver an interesting lesson to people of all styles of learning. The class will help every believer to learn more from God’s Word and more effectively explain the Gospel Message to others. Class starts on March 6th and meets at 6:30 PM in Room 146/148.
Our prayer group meets at 6:00 PM in Room 147 for a time of corporate prayer for our community, state, nation and world.
Thursday mornings…”Tender Warrior”
Stu Weber’s classic teaching on a man’s vigilance, staying power, and consideration for the women in his life is not only inspirational, but provides a blueprint for being the man that God desires for their families. Join us for this study that will review God’s plan for men with the Scriptural references and supports to anchor our thoughts words, and actions. Class meets on Thursday morning bright and early at 5:44 AM in Room 145
Friday Evenings…”Friday Collective”
College students, join us every Thursday for community fellowship and Bible Study at Friday Collective from 6:30 – 9:30 PM in Room 145.
Sunday and Wednesday evening seminars provide instruction for spiritual growth and practical application of biblical principals to modern day life issues.
Seminars are video instruction from current spiritual leaders in America combined with interactive teaching by leaders in America combined with interactive teaching by church staff members.
Topics include personal finances, child discipline, raising teenage and special needs children, evolution vs. creation, ministry to the disabled, marriage enhancement, effective prayer, and substance abuse ministry.
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