Class meets at 9:00 am.
During the winter season we join together to work through significant topics that challenge our worldview and refresh our fellowship.
1 & 2 Thessalonians: BE READY – Living In Light of Christ’s Return
During His life and ministry, Christ assured the apostles that He would one day return for His people. But how should this future event affect our lives today? In 1 & 2 Thessalonians, Paul reveals that the promise of Christ’s return is more than a doctrine of our faith. It is a remarkable truth that can shape how we live, how we connect, and how we view ministry. This Wiersbe Bible study is open to all ages.
Heroes of the Faith – Notable Christian Men and Women Who Lived For God
We will look at the lives of 26 Christians who were active examples of a counter culture living for Christ. This course follows the summer counter culture study with very real historical examples of those that stood firmly for the truth. These all gave their possessions, time, families, and even their lives for their Christian convictions. Hebrews 11 speaks of the heroes of the faith who “made up so great a cloud of witnesses.” There were many heroes before the Christian testament was penned, and there have been many thousands since then. Our study will delve into the lives of just a few of these. Our challenge will be to examine ourselves to see how we would face our own culture. This class will utilize notes, visuals, and videos.
Understanding and valuing the power of a praying church, this group meets with the specific purpose of praying for our church body, it’s leaders, and the proclamation of Word and worship here at Grace.
The Lamb of God, Seeing Jesus in Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy (Ladies)
John 5:46 frames this study of four books of the Pentateuch as we discover the many ways that Moses spoke about Christ. “For if you believed Moses, you would believe me; for he wrote of me.”
The Chronological Story of the Bible
Have you ever tried to read through the Bible but got discouraged when the storyline disappeared? Do you find it challenging to grasp how some parts of God’s word relate to others? In this course, we will trace the storyline through the Old and New Testaments, in order to comprehend how the sixty-six books fit together. As we examine key events in each time period of biblical history, we will consider how they relate to earlier and later events, and we will refer to timelines and maps to enhance our understanding. The word of God contains the greatest story ever told! Our prayer is that it will inspire us to praise our Lord for his greatness and His goodness.