The Promised One: Seeing Jesus in Genesis
by Nancy Guthrie
The Promised One provides a fresh look at the book of Genesis, leading readers in discovering how its stories, symbols, people, and promises point to Christ. This study will help you make discoveries of Jesus as seen in the shadows of the Old Testament; apply the Gospel found in Genesis to issues such as shame, fear, and the desire for security and significance; and develop your longing for what is ahead when the world is once again made new. You will gain a fresh perspective on the book of Genesis, a broader understanding of Jesus as the fulfillment of Scripture, and so much more as you take this incredible journey to see Jesus in the Old Testament. 20–30 minutes daily study time
Alpha is an opportunity to start at the beginning, with the central themes of Christianity and how they can change our lives for the better. It is also a place where open discussion is valued and every question is valid. Alpha is for everyone, regardless of religious or spiritual background,
and is especially geared for those who feel they would like to grow in their knowledge of the Christian faith. (Alpha is also offered for men and women on Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 8:30pm.)
Men of the Bible
by Ann Spangler, Robert Wolgemuth
Gather with other senior women as we finish a discussion on Women of the Bible and move into Men of the Bible. We will focus on the fifty-two men in Scripture whose stories often mirror our own. The devotional offers five elements; inspiration, application, Bible study, Bible promises, and prayer. Through understanding these men’s lives, we will discover the God behind their stories—and ours. — No homework required, just come and enjoy a great discussion.
Precept Upon Precept is an inductive Bible study for women who want an in-depth look at Scripture and a deeper understanding of how it applies to their lives. This winter and spring we are offering two short consecutive studies.
Jude: Contending for the Faith
by Precept Upon Precept
Problems within the church prompted Jude to preach a strong message about God’s judgment of sin. Did you get the message? Learn more about the day of judgment in this timely study. 40 – 60 minutes daily study time
Fatal Distractions: Conquering Destructive Temptations
by Precept Upon Precept
Is sin threatening your spiritual progress? Any type of sin can undermine a believer’s effectiveness, but certain sins can become so deeply rooted in our lives—even without our realizing—that they become fatal to our spiritual growth. This study looks at six of the “deadly” sins that threaten spiritual progress: pride, anger, jealousy, gluttony, slothfulness, and greed. Learn to identify the subtle ways in which these fatal distractions can invade your life, and you’ll be equipped to conquer these destructive temptations so you can mature in your journey with Christ. 40 minutes daily study time