Fellowship is excited to begin another semester of Discipleship Courses for Wednesday nights! Our goal is to GROW together as a body of believers, glorifying God by making disciples through Bible study and building relationships. Below are the courses offered this winter. Courses vary in number of weeks and starting dates, so read the details carefully. All courses are free and no registration is required.
THE AMAZING LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST - Part 1 is led by Janet Roark. Jesus is more than a baby in a manger or a man on a cross. The Gospel writers tell the story of the One who left the glories of heaven to take on flesh, live as a servant, and die as the sacrifice. This course begins Wednesday, January 12 at 6:30pm and meets in the Gym. Books are free and no registration is required.
THE APOSTLES' CREED begins January 13 at 6:30pm in the library (room 2221) and is led by David Stamps. The Apostles’ Creed finds its genesis in the apostles’ teachings and contains essential Christian doctrines and beliefs that summarize the gospel and make up the foundation of our faith. The scriptural truths contained in the creed help us to operate out of good theology, not bad theology, with the knowledge that our faith is rooted in truth and a rich history that spans past and present. The lines of the creed aren’t mere words. They are the essence of what we confess and believe.
YOUNG COUPLES GROUP
CHURCH HISTORY 1: APOSTLES TO PREREFORMATION begins January 13 at 6:30pm in room 1105/1107. By examining the first 1,500 years of church history, we will seek to better understand our own times by evaluating the successes and failures through history. Led by Brad and Jessica Canalejo.
THE GOSPEL OF JOHN: FINDING IDENTITY AND PURPOSE begins February 10 at 6:30pm in room 1101/1103. This study covers twelve passages from the book of John that give a fuller understanding of the reason Christ gave his life on the cross. Dive into the meaning of the biblical text, using first-century historical background to bring out the text's deeper meaning, which involves investigating the historical, religious, and social background of first-century Jewish culture and their Greek and Roman neighbors. Led by Danny Bullock.