...Know, Grow, Go, Show, Sow
We've got questions. God has answers.
Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) are small groups that meet regularly to ask questions and look for answers together. Some use popular Christian books or DVDs to help guide discussions; others armore traditional Bible studies. But all of them are focused on helping adults develop a clearer understanding of God and faith.
All of our ABFs are always open to new participants and guests. ABF “hopping” is expected and even encouraged, so that you can more easily find one that suits your interests and needs.
with Patrice Spencer in Rm. A
Esther is a book filled with insights on life, politics, God, calling, vocation and survival.
with Mark Wiley in Heritage Hall
Galatians for You: to Read, to Feed, to Lead, beloved and visionary pastor Timothy Keller thoughtfully leads us through Galatians examining its key themes, topics, and issues.
with Pastor Wally Kukuk in Rm. B
When everything in you wants to hold a grudge, point a finger and remember the pain, God wants you to lay it all aside. You can avoid spiritual quicksand and experience the incredible freedom found in total forgiveness. Is total forgiveness easy? Of course not...but this book will give you a game plan...and the encouragement to cast out areas of unforgiveness that have kept you from enjoying the best God has to offer you.
with Nancy Farkas on the Lower level in Rm. 8
The Patriarchs: Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Beth Moore brings her dynamic teaching and passion for God's Word to her long-awaited study, taken primarily from Genesis, chapters 12-50, Beth provides fascinating details from the lives of the patriarchs. She explores important concepts such as blessing, covenant, and promise, and how they forever shaped the lives of Abraham and his descendants.
with Jerry Albright in Rm. C
Manhood Restored: How the Gospel Makes Men Whole, The earthly crisis within manhood will be there until Jesus returns, but in Christ men are pointed toward the gospel as the vision for renewal. Manhood Restored by exciting new pastoral voice Eric Mason combines theological depth with practical insights, putting men in step with a gospel-centered manhood that will enrich every facet of their lives.
Meets in the Children's Discipleship Office
Do you feel stuck? So many of us live stuck. Stuck in trying to seem perfect. Stuck in sadness. Stuck feeling numb. Stuck pursuing more stuff to make us happy. Stuck in something we can't even name. These stuck places often go unattended inside of us and they are shaping our lives more than we would like to think. We've been trying to fix this feeling with everything but...God. He has a plan for these spaces inside of us, the places we feel broken, but we have to go to Him. Stuck is a journey to take an honest look at the fight going on inside, leading us to the God who has a plan to restore it, to restore us. Because as we realize that our stuck places are the very places that make us ache for God, we find Him waiting there for us with hope and freedom.
The Women of Christmas: Experience the Season Afresh with Elizabeth, Mary, and Anna: Meet the women who played pivotal roles in Christ's birth! Elizabeth is barren, yet trusts God's promise. Mary is a virgin, but says yes when God asks her to bear his Son. And prophetess Anna proclaims the Messiah's arrival. Unpacking each verse from the Gospel of Luke, Higgs illuminates their love, faithfulness, and obedience to God.
Dig deeper into the Bible in this weekly study of the Gospel of John. Led by Dr. David Weyrick.
Ongoing Bible study, prayer, and the occasional lunch outing. Led by Dr. David Weyrick.
Ladies—If you love to knit, crochet or sew, we invite you to join our women’s ministry Art & Soul.
A sewing circle will meet Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. Our knitting/crochet group will meet Monday, Feb. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in Heritage Hall to work on prayer shawls, share patterns and stitches and fellowship.
For more information, visit the Welcome Center or contact Cami Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our adult fellowship group plans fun, food-related events to allow adults to socialize and connect. Look for details on these events at the Welcome Center.
Fri., Feb. 7, 2014
The Chat ‘n Chew planning dinner has been rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 7 at 6:00 p.m. in Heritage Hall.
Due to the inclement weather on the previous date, the decision was made to postpone and reschedule.
This is an evening of food, fun and fellowship, and will plan the monthly events for 2014.
Mon., Weds., Fri.
DVD-based class is appropriate for nearly all fitness levels. Includes cardio and strength segments in varied formats. Walk-ins welcome!