The God You May Not Know
Some say the greatest question in life we may ask ourselves is: Does God exist? But the greatest question we should be asking ourselves is: Do I know the God who does exist? Do I know about Him, and do I know Him personally? Nothing is more critical to our lives right now. The study of God, as He reveals Himself in Scripture, is the supreme study of a lifetime. It lifts our thoughts, steadies our nerves, purifies our motives, expands our confidence, and strengthens our influence. It’s the greatest subject we could ever study, for God is the apex of all reality. One of the reasons we don’t love God as much as we should is because we don’t know Him as well as we ought. Yet the Bible encourages us to get to know Him, for God seeks to be known. This study will introduce us to the God we may not know – to His knowledge, holiness, all-pervasive presence, unlimited power, love and the other qualities that make Him who He is. Knowing our eternal God changes our daily lives – and He is well worth knowing. For He alone is worthy of all praise!
The Savior Comes
Unit 1: The Savior Comes (Luke)
Celebrate the birth of Jesus by contemplating on the extraordinary stories leading up to the Messiah’s coming, culminating in the Savior’s entering the world as a baby in a manger.
Unit 2: The Savior among Us (Luke)
The Son of God came to earth and made His dwelling among us! This unit focuses on some of the teachings and miracles in the life and ministry of Jesus as found in the Book of Luke.
Faith for Life (Young Adults)
Teacher: Eric Robinson
On Sunday mornings, we explore our faith together by focusing on relevant topics that affect our lives. This quarter, we will focus on becoming whole-life stewards, living the Holy life, and looking at the Old Testament. In addition to Sunday mornings, we also meet on Sunday evenings to hang out with young adults from other churches around the community. Our evening meet-ups are always somewhere new, so keep up with us by liking YAI—Young Adult Initiative on Facebook!