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Bible Study

On-Campus Bible Study
Sundays at 9:30 am in the Preschool Teacher’s Lounge

Join fellow Christians in going verse by verse through a book of the Bible. Each week we read a portion of scripture, discuss the context of the passage, and contemplate how it can be applied today.

Virtual Bible Study through the book of Ephesians
Tuesdays at 8:00 am on Zoom – click here for the link

Paul wrote to the believers in Ephesus and the surrounding churches to give them in-depth teaching about how to nurture and maintain the unity of the church. He wanted to put this vital information in written form because he was in prison for preaching the gospel and could not visit the churches himself.

Color of Compromise

1st & 3rd Mondays on Zoom
March through May
12:00 to 1:30 pm and 7:00 to 8:30 pm
Zoom – click here for the link

Churches remain racially segregated and are largely ineffective in addressing complex racial challenges. Why is that? The “Color of Compromise” takes on a historical, sociological, and religious journey through our country’s history with a timely narrative of how people of faith have historically, up to the present day, worked against racial justice. This video study provides an in-depth diagnosis for a racially divided American church and suggests ways to foster a more equitable and inclusive environment among God’s people. Join your fellow congregants as we walk through this study together.

Let us know you’ll be there – click HERE to register!

Monday Discussions

Self-Control and Self-Discipline Issue
Monday, April 26
7:00 pm on Zoom – click here for the link

In Galatians 5, the Apostle Paul writes about the fruits of the Spirit of God. There he mentions nine different fruits, and the very last one mentioned is probably the hardest for many Christians to live out, the fruit of self-control. Often, we confuse self-control and self-discipline, but both are required as Christians seek to conform their lives to God’s desires. Biblical Counselor, Mark Brandes has prepared a teaching and discussion time on April 26 that will address the differences between these two topics. This class will be especially helpful for parents to help their children mature in these challenging ways.

Shame-Free Parenting
Monday, May 10
7:00 pm on Zoom – click here for the link

Growing up, many of us heard the phrase, “Shame on you,” and sadly, we often mimic that same approach in parenting our own children. Assuming that shaming of children is an appropriate way of administering discipline couldn’t be further from the truth. Though it may seem as if it’s the same, parents need to use guilt instead of shame…at least in small doses. On May 10, Mark Brandes’ class will discuss how effective discipline grows out of guilt that leads to repentance and reconciliation vs. shame that leads to blame-shifting, anger and hiding of wrongdoing. If you struggle with effective discipline, this class is for you.

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (EHS)

Next Session Coming Soon!

Deeply change your life as a Christ-follower by looking at your emotional health and contemplative spirituality. Join us for an introspective study through Peter Scazzero’s, “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality”. This study will be taught in a small group format.

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