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Men's Bible Studies

Monday Night Bible Study
"The Gospel According to Luke"

Mondays, September 11–November 27 and February 5–April 30, 6:30–8:00 p.m., Fellowship Hall

There are three components to this study:
1) study questions to guide personal study during the week
2) discussion groups led by a group leader
3) a lecture based on the assigned passage

Have you ever wondered why, when God decided to reveal himself to us by becoming the man Jesus, he appeared only for a very short period of time and to a relatively small number of people? When Jesus revealed his divine glory to the men whom he had chosen and appointed as apostles, to prepare them for the suffering that lay ahead, only three were allowed to be present personally. The remaining nine had to believe their eye-witness testimony. The vast majority of the first church members had to learn about Jesus through eye-witness testimony. We are presented with the same opportunity. One-third of the New Testament was written by one man, a physician named Luke, who did the work of an investigative journalist in order to give a man named Theophilus a two-volume account of the life and work of Jesus based on eye-witness testimony so that he “might have certainty concerning the things you have been taught” (Luke 1:4). Join us on Monday nights as we put ourselves in the place of Theophilus and study volume one, the Gospel of Luke, and grow in our certainty regarding Jesus. For more information, contact Buddy Jones at 351-3712.

 
 
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Spiritual Growth Groups

Wednesdays, September 13–November 15 (No Meeting on October 11), 6:15–8:00 p.m., A202

Spiritual Growth Groups are communities of men intentionally training their spiritual disciplines so they might look more like Christ in their everyday lives (Ephesians 4:12-13) and be better equipped for ministry. This process involves dependence upon God’s guidance through His Word and Spirit, as well as commitment, prayer, and honesty within the church body. If interested in joining or facilitating a group, contact Seth Stevens at 682-8452 on click the link below.