The Christmas season is always a special time just as the original Christmas narrative is a special story. We will focus on Jesus' birth this year by investigating some of the important characters and learning the key truths their lives can teach us.
Proverbs is the compilation of many different truths and observations on life. This book stands out in Scripture for its practical guidance that can powerfully affect our lives. While it offers not absolute guarantees, it does offer general lessons we can rely on as we navigate various circumstances in life.
Paul wrote his letter to the Philippians to encourage them that despite the current circumstances, there was much to be excited about. Ultimately, in four simple chapters, Paul paints a picture of what genuine faith looks like - especially when we are confronted with situations that are less than ideal.
The Psalms are familiar to many but known by few. We read them and are amused by their poetry, fascinated by their imagery, but also overwhelmed at the length of the compilation of ancient hymns.
Yet when we truly understand them and seek to know them fully, we will be struck by just how transparent they are. The Psalms speak to the human condition in all it's forms. Joy and celebration, depression and frustration, homage and servitude, glory and wonder - all are captured beautifully by the authors of the Psalms. Join us as we explore how ultimately they point to God's "Worth-ship" - how the Lord is worthy of our faith and our utmost praise.
Genesis is a book of beginnings. It teaches us who God is, who we are, and how we got here.
We will be exploring all of the 'first things' described in Genesis 1-11.
We are free in Christ. What does that mean? What are we free from? What should we do with our freedom?
Join us for our study in the book of Galatians.