The Gospel Project Adult’s Bible studies: The Gospel Project for adults is a three year, chronological study of the Bible geared to dive deep into every book of the Bible. This study not only increases Bible knowledge, but challenges individuals to apply it to his/her life. This year we will be offering two sections of The Gospel Project to allow for smaller class sizes. This class meets in room 18 is led by John Grunow, Jeff Kelley, and Marcus Krueger.
The Book of Deuteronomy: The book of 2 Kings tells the story of a great religious reform in Israel in 621 B.C. (2 Kings 22,23). While workers were repairing the temple in Jerusalem, they found a book of the Law. When King Josiah of Judah heard what it had to say, he tore his clothes in sorrow and called together the older leaders of the people. Josiah realized that they had not been following the Law, so he ordered reforms suggested by the law book. These reforms included breaking down and burning all the altars, shrines, and high places honoring gods other than the LORD God of Israel. Most biblical scholars believe that the book Josiah discovered was the book we know as Deuteronomy. Please join us for a 12 week study of the book of Deuteronomy as we strive to break down the alter, shrines and high places - and anything else that eclipses our love for God. Study begins April 23 in room #15 at 9:30am.
Pastoral Staff Bible Study: The Pastoral staff will be leading a study about the stations of the resurrection for 6 weeks in the Fellowship Hall.