Fall Session – September 16 to November 4
Thursdays from 10:00 to 11:00 am (PST)
Online via Zoom
What we’re discussing for our Fall Session:
The letters of 1 & 2 Peter were written in the first century to encourage believers in their faith. But the apostle Peter’s words are just as relevant to believers today as it reminds us that, as Christ followers, we will suffer and are called to a life of holiness and hope.
Join us as we read through the Letters of 1 & 2 Peter to expand and deepen our understanding of Centering Hope in Christ amidst trials and heartaches.
Register by clicking the button below.
Registration closes September 3 – Contact Monica Wilt at email@example.com for more information.
The Bible Study Program is designed for adults, where English is their second language, to learn the Word of God in a safe and nurturing environment. The goal of this program is to teach interested participants to associate God’s Word with their daily life and to experience a blessed life in Christ together.
Our studies focus on books of the Bible and Christianity concepts to what Christian living means. The class is open to all adults who are doubters, non-believers, new Christians, and long-time Christians who seek to understand the truths of God’s Word.
Since it is a Bible Study program where participation is necessary in discussion and sharing, we require students to have English-speaking skill be at an intermediate level or above.
The class format is designed to be a four fold learning process:
Learn: Watch an online video lesson or read an assignment at home
Question: Review/pre-study the weekly questions prior to class
Listen: Hear the key points and objectives to the lesson from 10:00 am to 10:15 am when we meet as a class virtually on Zoom
Discussion: After the lesson overview, the class will break into small groups (2-4 participants per group) to discuss the questions shared beforehand (45 minutes, from 10:15 to 11:00 am)
What is a Bible Study?
Bible Study is reading and analyzing the passages of scripture to better understand its meaning. It helps us to develop a closer relationship with God as we learn of God’s promises and His character.
Why is Bible Study important?
Bible studies are an important element of the Christian experience as God has revealed His plan for us in the Bible. God’s Word guides us in the right direction and provides an answer to many of life’s questions. Studying God’s Word blesses us with wisdom and strengthened our faith in God.
The Bible says in Matthew 24:35, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away”.
The Bible can be trusted for guidance. Watch the video below to further understand why you should believe the Bible.
If you have additional questions or are interested in volunteering as a Small Group Leader,
contact Monica Wilt at firstname.lastname@example.org.