We are seeking God in Atlanta, GA and want to connect with more people who are doing the same. If you want to know and have a deeper connection to God through studying His Word, the Bible, come meetup with us! We meet at various times & locations inside of "The Perimeter" (check frequently for details on the next study). All ages and backgrounds are welcome. If you feel like you already know a lot about the Bible or want to get introduced to Jesus for the first time, it doesn't matter. EVERYONE is welcome!
We will be studying through the book of Acts and hope to study a chapter a week. The book begins with Jesus ascending to heaven and thanks to the gospel writer Luke, we are able to see the experiences of several apostles, the beginning of the church, the spread of gospel of Jesus and how many reacted to the message of salvation through Christ.
The Starbucks is on the corner behind the Verizon store. If you don't see us or have trouble finding the Starbucks, feel free to text or call[masked]
Each week we will plan to study a different chapter of John's writings, 1-3 John. We will hope to notice some themes, principles and specific applications for the Christians during that time so that we can learn more about our lives as Christians. All you need is a Bible and a willingness to have open discussion about what we are reading.
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We plan to study through Paul's letters to the Christians at Corinth. We hope to study a chapter a week. These letters are very important as we try to figure out what our lives should look like in Christ. In particular, issues of the church and interacting with fellow Christians. God has created a body with Christ as the head, His church. How do you fit into this? What should you do as differences arise in beliefs and how we live our lives? And lastly, what do those that are part of His body have to look forward to?
All are welcome!
Land of a Thousand Hills is easily accessible via MARTA trains and/or buses.
Emory students and others in the area, join us for a study of the Miracles of Jesus. John 21:25//20:31 "And there are also many other things which Jesus did, which if they were written in detail, I suppose that even the world itself would not contain the books that would be written, but these have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name."
What are we supposed to learn about Jesus, the Christ, through the miracles presented to us in the gospel of John? Each week we will plan to read the scriptures and discuss as a group. Let's read through the book of John together and challenge each other to personally apply God's word.