Are you interested in studying the Bible? Let’s read it together and share in the discovery!
The purpose of this group is not to explore the teachings of any certain church or denomination, but simply to open up our Bibles and explore the teachings of God's word itself. As we read it together and discuss what it says, we can come to a better understanding of who God is and what He desires for our lives. Our goal in each study is to approach the Scriptures with a fresh perspective, letting God speak for Himself. Our discussion will not focus simply on what the Word means to you or what it means to me, but what it meant to God when He said it.
We will explore a variety of different topics and texts throughout the Bible. Some studies may focus on foundational matters such as the existence of God, the plan of salvation, or the church we see in the New Testament. In other studies we may dig into the wisdom literature or prophets of the Old Testament, the thesis of Hebrews, or the apocalyptic literature of Revelation. Let us know what studies you would find most helpful in your walk with the Lord! We are all fellow-students seeking to encourage and build up one another through a study of God’s word.
Come with an open heart and any questions you might have about God and His word. We hope to see you at a study soon!
"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding" (Prov 9:10).
Come feast upon the wisdom of God with us in this study of the book of Proverbs. We will seek to make practical application of the principles of godly living and wise counsel this book has to offer. God's word is the teacher, we are all fellow students. We hope you will come join in the discussion!
Come read through the gospel of John with us and join in the discussion as we consider the identity, character, mission, and ministry of Jesus Christ.
John 3 - Jesus and Nicodemus
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life" (John 3:16)
Who is Jesus? What does it mean for him to be the Messiah? We will be looking for answers to these questions as we read through the book of Mark, the second book of the New Testament of the Bible. The book of Mark was actually written to answer these questions and a study of this book will open our eyes to a man who changed the world forever, God in the flesh, the Savior and Friend of all who come to Him in faith.
He was captured, taken to a far-off land as a child, and trained in the ways of a foreign culture, yet he kept himself pure from idolatry. He stayed close to Yahweh, his God, though it almost cost him his life. He grew old and gained the respect of kings. His visions broke into the heavenly realms and he spoke of majestic glories, chilling beasts, and proclaimed what was to come. His name is Daniel, a man greatly loved by God (9:23;10:11,19)