"The Questions God Asks" | Women’s Group
The Questions God Asks | Online | Women’s Group | Author: Dale and Sandy Larsen | This LifeGuide Bible study covers some of the surprising and interesting questions Old Testament characters heard from God, such as when he asked “Where are you?” of Adam and Eve. As we consider the questions God asked others, we are guided inward to reflect on the same questions in our own lives.
Praying the Promises of God | Men’s Intergenerational Group
The One Year Praying the Promises of God | Online | Mens Intergenerational Group • Ages 13+ | Authors: Cheri Fuller and Jennifer Kennedy Dean | Spend this year meditating on the promises of God. In this devotional study, readers explore God’s promises each and every day and encourage them to reflect on how God’s hand is evident if only we look for it. Each reading includes a Bible verse from that day’s reading in The One Year Bible, a devotional, a prayer, and a quotation that relates to the promise of the day. Each day is an invitation to pursue a closer relationship to God and a reminder that God always keeps his promises.
"Study of Judges" | Co-ed Group
Study of Judges | Online | God gave Israel the judges to hold the people accountable to following Him. The nation had fallen into gross immorality, but God offered deliverance from their oppression if only they would turn back to Him. In the midst of the darkness, God’s faithfulness and desire to redeem His people shines bright.
"Everything You Need" | Men’s Group
Everything You Need: Eight Essential Steps to a Life of Confidence in the Promises of God | Online | Men’s Group | Author: Dr. David Jeremiah | Many Christians feel unprepared and uncertain when it comes to living each day as followers of Christ. We often know what we are supposed to do, and even why we are supposed to do it. Yet when we lack confidence in ourselves and our spiritual development, we fail to live boldly as difference makers in our world. As one of the world’s leading Bible teachers, Dr. David Jeremiah wants readers to know that this lack of confidence is both unnecessary and unhelpful. In fact, the Bible makes it clear that—in the same way skilled hikers pack all the necessary supplies before a journey—God Himself equips all believers with everything they need to walk and work with confidence as members of His kingdom. We’ll explore 2 Peter 1:5–10 to highlight seven critical tools God provides each of His people: virtue, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, godliness, brotherly kindness, and love. When we use the equipment God provides, we can live confidently in the knowledge that we will never stumble.
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.