Ministry

Starting in October

Registration is now open!

Begins Sunday, October 6

God is Closer Than You Think by John Ortberg   

Sundays 6:30-8:30 PM   7 sessions

Book: $9.00

Once we commit our lives to Christ, most of us find it easy to trust God for our eternal salvation. But to live daily by His grace is often a different matter.

In this seven-week study, you’ll discover release into the inexhaustible, transforming grace of God. The discussion questions will push you into a deeper understanding of spiritual transformation, of your identity in Christ, and the value of your relationship with God.

Discover God’s freeing forgiveness and unending grace!

This study is from the Multiply Wall recommendations

Starting January 2020

Registration opens November 25th

Begins Tuesday, January 7th

Dare to Explore  by Samya Johnson

Tuesdays 9:30-11:30 AM  12 sessions

Childcare available with registration

Islam is the second fastest growing religion in the world.  Almost one out of every four people worldwide is a Muslim.  Most Muslims are victims of “Islam”, the religion they are born into.  Muslims desperately need to hear the Gospel message of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Therefore, we have to reach them with the Good News of the Gospel.  We also have an obligation to protect our children and grandchildren from the westernized version of Islam which tries deceptively to present a friendly and peaceful Islam.

Knowledge about Islam and its true agenda sets us fee from our fears and protects us from false teachings.  That is why Dare to Explore is an applicable study contain crucial material for every true follower of Christ.

Begins Monday, January 13

Transforming Grace by Jerry Bridges

Mondays 7:00-9:00 PM  8 sessions

Once we commit our lives to Christ, most of us find it easy to trust God for our eternal salvation. But to live daily by His grace is often a different matter.

In this eight-week study, you’ll discover release into the inexhaustible, transforming grace of God. The discussion questions will push you into a deeper understanding of spiritual transformation, of your identity in Christ, and the value of your relationship with God.

Discover God’s freeing forgiveness and unending grace!

This study is from the Multiply Wall recommendations

February 2020

Registration opens January 5, 2020

Begins February 2, 2020

Racehl & Leah--What Two Sisters Teach Us about Combating Comparison  by Nicki Koziarz

Sundays 6:30-8:30 PM   7 sessions

 

Why her? 

How many times have you asked yourself that question? How many times have you felt like you couldn’t measure up no matter how hard you tried? 

We’ve all been there. 

Over 7 sessions, uncover truths you need to arm yourself with when combatting comparison by studying the biblical account of Rachel & Leah. Learn to be content without becoming complacent, and discover godly wisdom to quiet the incessant Why Her? question in your head. Develop greater awareness of your insecurities, and learn to stop the lies in their tracks. Because the truth will set you free, and free women don’t have to measure up to anyone. Not even her. 

Benefits:

  • Discover what the Bible says about God, Rachel, Leah, and Jacob, and how He used flawed people for His kingdom.
  • Learn to define success through a biblical perspective.
  • Remember that someone else’s gain is not your loss.
  • Evaluate the impact of comparison in your life.

April 2020

Registration opens February 6, 2020

Thursdays beginning April 2 9:30-11:30 AM 

Mondays beginning April 6 7:00-9:00 PM

Generous Justice  by Tim Keller

6 sessions

It is commonly thought in secular society that the Bible is one of the greatest hindrances to doing justice. Isn't it full of regressive views? Didn't it condone slavery? Why look to the Bible for guidance on how to have a more just society? But Timothy Keller sees it another way. In Generous Justice, Keller explores a life of justice empowered by an experience of grace: a generous, gracious justice. Here is a book for believers who find the Bible a trustworthy guide as well as those who suspect that Christianity is a regressive influence in the world.

This book is a Multiply Wall recommendation

Begins Sunday, April 19 2020

Messy Grace  by Caleb Kaltenbach

Sundays 6:30-8:30 PM  4 sessions

Caleb Kaltenbach was raised by LGBT parents, marched in gay pride parades as a youngster, and experienced firsthand the hatred and bitterness of some Christians toward his family. But then Caleb surprised everyone, including himself, by becoming a Christian and a pastor.

Very few issues in Christianity are as divisive as the acceptance of the LGBT community in the church. As a pastor and as a person with beloved family members living a gay lifestyle, Caleb had to face this issue with courage and grace.

Messy Grace shows us that Jesus' command to love your neighbor as yourself doesn't have an exception clause for a gay neighbor or for that matter, any other neighbor we might find it hard to relate to. Jesus was able to love these people and yet still hold on to His beliefs. So can you. Even when it's messy.