Israel's Mission and Walking with God in the Desert
What’s our mission? God gave an assignment to His people thousands of years ago: bring “lost sheep” back into the love and safety of His kingdom. That is still our task today. In the first video study (5 weeks), filmed on location in the Middle East, we will glimpse the urgency and rewards of welcoming the stranger and prodigals the Lord longs to embrace. Discover the mission that can give your life – and the lives around you – greater meaning than you can imagine.
In the second video study (7 weeks), we will discover that it’s only when hard times come and we are totally dependent on God that we will experience God’s amazing grace and promise.
Building Up One Another
Room 304 (Discipleship Room)
Don’t tear down! Don’t just tolerate! Build up! The body of Christ can’t be all that it should be unless we mature in our interpersonal relationships as the Bible commands. This study will help us do just that by exploring twelve significant “one another” commands of the New Testament and by giving us practical steps for developing them in our own lives and in the life of the church. It is a long-term building process, but one that pleases God and reaps rewards not just in this lifetime but in the next as well.
Kingdoms in Conflict
Teacher: Gaylan Good
Unit 1: Jesus: The Final Journey
This unit looks at specific events that took place during the last week of Jesus’ life. Through this study, you will travel with Jesus Christ along His final journey, from His promise of the Holy Spirit to His resurrection.
Unit 2: The Good and the Not-So-Good
During this unit, we will examine the lives of a diverse group of men and women. Some of these people were God’s good and great followers while others were treacherous and full of deceit. Despite the condition of their hearts, each had a role in the unfolding story of redemption.