Colossians, John Morrison, Room 2-1. Have you known anyone who's so heavenly minded, he's of no earthly good? Or have you known people whose idea of Christianity was to "not do this" and to "do this"? Join us for a verse by verse exposition of Colossians, where we will see the sufficiency of Christ and His grace to live the Christian life successfully.
John: That You May Believe, Bob Leonhard, Room 2-2 a/b. Join us for the second half of a two-semester expository study of the Gospel of John. Together we will experience the Apostle's challenge to see and experience Christ not only for salvation and eternal life, but also to live a life vitally connected to Jesus through active belief.
Majesty of God in the Old Testament, John Avery, Room 2-3. The Scriptures declare the majesty of our God! Not only does God reveal to us how great He is, but He also demonstrates how personal and loving He is. We will examine 12 passages from the Old Testament to see how awesome God is and be encouraged to share with our family members who He is and what He has done, as Psalm 78 tells us to do.
Genesis, Young Adults (18-29), Howard and Liz Green, 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.
Grace Filled Marriage, Video Study, Joe and Kelly Rossi, 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 ensure that it grows stronger with me.
2 Thessalonians: Being Steadfast in Uncertain Times, Stuart Myer, Room 2-2 a/b. Paul’s second letter to the church at Thessalonica affirms the church during their time of persecution and continues his instruction about the Second Coming by focusing upon the events that must precede the return of Christ. This guided discussion study will help us to understand ‘the signs of the times’ and what it means to live as a steadfast Christian in an uncertain world.
Proverbs 31, (Women only), Sandy Glenney, Room 2-3. Ladies, please join us to explore this encouraging passage with a new perspective on living wisely in the challenges of our time!
Encore (60+), Jerry Harpool, Hospitality Suite. This semester we continue our study in the first written book of the New Testament, the Book of James. Probably written before the Gospels, James teaches and trains us how to deal with our TRIALS, our TEMPTATIONS, and our TONGUES. It explains and enlightens us about our daily WALK with men and our TALK with God. This book is easy to understand but not at all easy to implement. Let’s spur each other on in our quest for living the life God intends for us to live!