John 15:5 says that "If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing." One excellent way to futher that is through fellowship and study with others of God's word. Both campuses offer a variety of bible study and small group opportunities.
We will take an in-depth look at Apostle Pauls' first recorded letter to the church in Corinth. What was Paul saying and why? Does God still speak to us today through Paul's writings?
9:40 AM, Room 302
In the letter to the Ephesians, Paul cannot contain his joy and amazement at the larger story of God's plan to save us in Jesus the Messiah. This study will help us see the significance of our role in God's grand narrative, and encourage us to live more fully as people who are lavishly loved by God.
9:40 AM, Room 306
We will take an up-close and personal look at Jesus during his last year on earth. We'll begin with the feeding of the 5,000 and conclude with his resurrection. We will gain insight into his mindset, and discover the reasons for Jesus' actions during this turbulent year.
9:40 AM, Room 309
Does God hear us? Does God speak? how can we connect with God when all seems to be lost? What is our role in listening? Exploring both biblical personalities and teaching, olur study will help us understand how to seek an ever deeper dialogue with God.
11:00 AM, Room 306