From the Great Commission to administering the Sacraments. Is Jesus the second Moses? There are many who look at Jesus’ commands and see him as the second Law Giver – just like Moses. We’ll take a closer look at Jesus’ instruction in the gospels and see if there is a difference in what he instructs us to do compared to the rest of Scripture.
How can joy be completed? John describes this as his goal in his first letter. The Apostle John was known as the disciple whom Jesus loved. John was inspired to write a biography of Jesus and a Revelation that offers visions of heaven itself and the end of the world. For this Bible study we will focus on the three letters John wrote to the ancient church.
We begin a walk through the Gospel of Luke all the way to the manger. Our study, Away in a Manger, will take you back to when Luke, an investigative reporter, offered his gospel to the Christian church. Join us for our first lesson at 9 AM on Zoom or in person for our Bible Class. These bible studies are light and fun – as much fellowship as they are Bible study.
Christ is over all things. Of course you say! He’s God, isn’t he. Well yes! But in the ancient world, as the early Christian church was getting up on its feet, there were heresies that worked their way into the churches. The Apostle Paul wrote his letter to the Colossian Christian to combat and clarify doctrines about Christ.
This small group will look at The Grand Weaver by Ravi Zacharias. These topics are ones that will come up in our lives. God uses the ups and downs of life to accomplish his purpose. Join us!
We spent some time looking at the vices from the Old Testament in our previous studies. God doesn’t hide the sins of the Patriarchs. This time we consider something more positive. Each Wednesday for six weeks we’ll look at a fruit of the Spirit. Everyone is welcome to attend these mid week studies.