God Is Good
Psalms; Prayers of the Heart | Room 204 | Ladies Group | Author: Eugene Peterson | The Psalms show us how to relate to God as we pray our doubt, fears, and anger. They show us how to respond to God in praise. Here we find the best place to explore who we are and what God means to us.
Gospel of Mark
The Gospel of Mark | Room 114 | Mens Intergenerational Group • Ages 13+ | Author: Eugene Peterson | This group is unpacking and digging deeper into scripture with each sermon from our current series “The Gospel of Mark.”
Anxious For Nothing
Anxious for Nothing | Room 206 | Author: Max Lucado | Does the uncertainty and chaos of life keep you up at night? Is irrational anxiety your constant companion? Let God help you win the war on worry and receive the lasting peace of Christ. We all encounter anxiety, but we don’t have to let worry and fear control our lives. Delve into Philippians 4:6-7—“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” This study will help you: celebrate God’s goodness, ask God for help, leave your concerns with God, meditate on good things, and stop letting anxiety rule the day. Join us on the journey to true freedom and experience more joy, clarity, physical renewal, and contentment by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Love Walked Among Us
Love Walked Among Us | Room 203 | Men’s Group | Author: Paul Miller | Who Is Jesus? His name is recognized the world over. Christians claim to follow Him. Muslims honor Him as a prophet. And many Jewish rabbis regard him as a great teacher. Everyone knows about Jesus, but how many of us fully understand what He was like as a person? In Love Walked among Us, we’re invited to get to know Jesus, to observe his life and His love as they unfold in the Gospel narratives. The book investigates such questions as: How do you love someone when you get no love in return, only withdrawal or ingratitude? How do you love without being trapped or used by another person? How do you love when you have your own problems? When do you take care of yourself? When you are compassionate, people use you, but when you are honest, people get angry―so how do you love with both compassion and honesty? In every way, Jesus’ life exemplifies the full potential of what we were intended to be. And the better we know Him, the more we will be drawn to follow His perfect example.
WHAT IS RBI?
Led by a faculty of bible scholars and seminary trained educators, the Redeemer Bible Institute (RBI) will offer courses that train you in two areas—1) Knowledge of foundational truths of Scripture and 2) Spiritual Formation and how to apply those foundational truths to your everyday life. Aftering completing the courses we offer, it’s our hope that you’ll be able to discern God’s truths from myths, know more fully the power of His Resurrection, and be better prepared for the good works to which God calls us. High School students are also welcome to attend.
CURRENT COURSE INFO
Fall 2020 Session | Eschatology—A study of the end times from various viewpoints
Meets online Sundays at 3:00 p.m.
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If you have reached those golden years of 55 or over, join us the first Thursday of each month for lunch and fellowship. Additional special activities are also planned throughout the year. Check EVENTS page for details on upcoming activities. These are also posted in Sunday worship bulletins and weekly e-newsletter (click here to subscribe). For more info on this ministry, email Louise Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org.