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Study Begins September 9th

4:45-6:00pm 
Basement 105
Childcare Provided


Cultures in Conflict: Paul Proclaims Jesus as Lord
by Ray Vaner Laan

How do you live in a culture where the worldview conflicts with Christianity? Learn from Paul as he presents his beliefs to the most powerful court in Athens and settles among the Greco-Romans of Corinth, who valued wealth and class, worship of multiple gods, and decadent pleasure seeking above all else. In this study you will discover how to live in your own Athens or Corinth - an increasingly secular Western world - in a way that glorifies God. Experience the Bible in historical context as you walk in the footsteps of the second missionary tour of the Apostle Paul in Greece.


Study Begins September 10th

5:30-7:45pm 
Administration Building Parlor
Dinner Provided
Childcare Available Upon Request


Jonah
by Priscilla Shirer

What do we do when God interrupts our lives?  Many times, like Jonah, we run! This video-driven study redefines interruptions and shows that interruption is actually God's invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams. When Jonah was willing to allow God to interrupt his life, the result was revival in an entire city.

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The Gospel of Mark
by Lisa Harper

Follow Jesus through His days of early ministry to the cross and discover what it means to be the recipients of His overflowing compassion and the very reason for His all-consuming passion.


Study Begins September 4th

9:00-11:00am 
in the Chapel
Childcare Provided

Choose from the Following:


Proven
by Jennie Allen

You don't have to prove anything. Jesus has already proven everything. Too many of us walk through life feeling as if we don't measure up. We always seem to thirst for more. We think if we could only work harder or be better, we could be enough. But the truth is, we will never be enough. Join us as we walk through key passages in the Book of John to demonstrate how only Jesus is enough.


Think Differently
by James MacDonald

Why do we lose our temper? Why do we tend to hurt those we care for most? How do families find themselves broken? The reason is often the way we think. The Book of Romans challenges us to be no longer conformed to the patterns of the world but rather to be transformed by the renewing of our minds. God offers our only hope for victory over disposition, dysfunction, double mindedness, and every other mental stronghold.


Sermon on the Mount 
by Jen Wilkin

The Sermon on the Mount was given to Jesus' disciples to articulate what the life of a Christ follower would look like. It was a message intended to turn upside down every expectation His closest followers might have. The sermon asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?

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