Our Fall studies began September 5th and will end on December 7th. (We will not meet the week of Knox County Fall Break: Oct. 9-13.)
TUESDAY 10am-noon: "Hoping for Something Better" by Nancy Guthrie
"Hoping for Something Better" is an in-depth, understandable and practical Bible study of the book of Hebrews for the modern heart and mind. In the end, readers will more fully grasp the person of Jesus Christ, what he has done for us, and why we should invest our lives in drawing near to Him.
TUESDAY 5-7pm: "Behold Your God: Rethinking God Biblically" by Dr. John Snyder
This study focuses on God’s self-revelation in the Bible and helping the believer apply the descriptions of God to all of life. The study is written with the conviction that our fundamental need in Western Christianity is to repent of our low and unworthy views of God, to return to the biblical descriptions of the true God, and to risk it all in order to live upon Who He is.
Thursday 10am-noon: "Fruit of the Sprit is… Self Control” by Lynn Stanley
With sin and the temptation to sin permeating our culture, we are constantly being challenged to exercise self-control. As followers of Jesus Christ we have His Spirit—and therefore His power—to control our behavior, but much of the time, we do not draw on that power. In this study, Lynn Stanley guides us into understanding and transforming our desire to sin into a desire for sanctification.
Thursday 10am-noon: "Can We Talk? Soul Stirring Conversations with God" by Priscilla Shirer
As women respond to a variety of biblical passages, prompted by thought-provoking questions, they'll develop a Christ-focused view on important issues and experience a closer walk with their Creator.
Thursday 10am-noon: "Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story" by Angie Smith
This study covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, showing participants how the entire Bible - from Genesis through Revelation - connects as one beautiful, seamless thread. Each week of study features key information that ties all of scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies.
Thursday 10am-noon: "Son of David: Seeing Jesus in the Historical Books" by Nancy Guthrie
This study focuses on the Old Testament historical books (Joshua through Esther) and enables us to see the Kingdom of God, not only as it once was, but also as it is now, and as it will be one day. The author traces the history of the people of God from the time they entered the promised land through a series of failed kings, exile, and finally their return to await the true king. You will gain a fresh perspective on Israel's history and God's kingdom and a broader understanding of Jesus as the fulfillment of Scripture.
If you have any questions, please contact Susan Horn at firstname.lastname@example.org.