Sunday Mornings… “Ephesians”
Often people say to us, “Good Luck.” As followers of Jesus, we have something so much better than luck. We enjoy the blessings of Almighty God. The Apostle Paul was in prison when he wrote the Letter of Ephesians, but he knew that the Word of God cannot be bound. The Bible is still the world’s most read book with one central theme: God’s loving redemption of fallen humanity. This theme is reflected in Ephesians.
- September 22nd, “Reconciled” Ephesians 2:11-22
- September 29th, “Revealed” Ephesians 3:1-13
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 and geographical look at the story of “The Beginnings of Israel’s Monarchy” from the books of 1st and 2nd Samuel. Class meets at 4:45 PM in Room #147.
Tuesday Mornings… Ladies Bible Study
Our Ladies Bible Study is exploring a new study by Karen Ehman entitled, “What Matters Most – A Study of Philippians” will begin. Class meets at 9:30 AM in Room #146/148.
Wednesday Evenings…”Praying at the Crossroads”
Do you believe the United States, and even the entire world, are today at a crossroads? What is the Christian to do in such troubling and turbulent times? The answers are found in God’s Word and prayer. The Bible is full of examples of God’s people turning to Him in prayer during times of trouble and personal needs. Come find out in this 12-week, video-based study! Class meets at 6:30 PM in Room 146/148. Workbooks are available for $14.00 each.
Our prayer group meets at 6:00 PM in Room 147 for a time of corporate prayer for our community, state, nation and world.
Men, the book of Daniel has all the makings of a great story: memorable characters, cliff-hanging moments, and incredible visions. Yet, we miss the point if we pay more attention to Daniel’s story than to Daniel’s God. In this helpful study, readers will see how this fascinating biblical book ultimately points to the sovereign Lord of history, who rules over all earthly kingdoms and whose plans cannot be thwarted. 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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