Elijah and Elisha – Men of Courage, Room 2-1. Using a guided discussion format, we will study the life and times of these two Old Testament Prophets. Come see what happens when God’s power, faith and prayer intersect and what it means for us today.
1 John, Room 2-2 a/b. The disciple “who Jesus loved” was chosen to pen an epistle, pointing us to a deeper and more intimate fellowship with Jesus Christ, like John himself experienced. Join us as we study the epistle of 1 John and examine what this fellowship actually is and what is necessary for it to be our experience too.
Introduction to Biblical Counseling, Room 2-3. Introduction to Biblical Counseling is the first of three consecutive classes to train Christians how to draw alongside others in need. Find out how to support people in their struggles and how to gently speak God's truth to them. Help them better understand God's answers to their relationship problems, personal struggles, fleshly attitudes, and sins.
Genesis, Young Adults Class (18-29), Conference Room A. Genesis is the essential book, the launching pad for understanding the gospel. Come and discuss these great and unbelievably relevant truths with us.
My Glory and the Lifter of My Head, (Women only), Conference Room C. It is God's great desire that we come to know Him intimately in this way, and yet our relationship with Him often falls short of achieving this goal. Join us in a study of the book of Numbers as we journey with the children of Israel through the challenges and pitfalls that plague our progress toward knowing God fully.
Grace Filled Marriage, Video Study, Room 2-1. The missing ingredient in most marriages isn’t love – its grace. Love does a great job of getting us married, but it’s God’s grace that can keep us married. We all need to wrap grace around our love to keep it fresh and insure that it grows stronger with time.
Revelation, Room 2-2 a/b. Join us for an exposition of the Book of Revelation. Learn how God intends to resolve human history with the glorious return of Jesus Christ! (Fall, Winter and Spring Semesters)
New Testament Survey, Part 1., Room 2-3. Want to familiarize yourself with the last 27 books of the Bible? Who wrote them? What are the major themes? How do they apply in the 21st century? These questions and more will be answered in this class. This is a foundational for further study of the 27 books we call the New Testament. We hope you join us!
1 Timothy, Conference Room A. After Paul's first missionary journey, Timothy was chosen by Paul from the area of Galatia to travel with him. Sometimes Paul would leave Timothy in a certain area for a certain period of time and for a certain purpose. In the Apostle Paul's first letter to Timothy, Paul clearly explains the need and requirements for church leadership and the importance of teaching sound doctrine and watching out for those who might want to come in and disrupt the church. Come join us this Fall and Winter as we study through First Timothy.
Encore, (60+), Hospitality Suite. Encore Fellowship begins our winter series with an 8-week Bible study called: “Let’s Turn Our Eyes Upon Jesus.” At this Christmastime, we will focus on the BIRTH, the BEHAVIOR, and the BLESSEDNESS of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our theme verse will be Hebrews 12:2 “Let us fix our eyes upon Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith."