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About Our Studies

All of our Bible Studies, Life Groups and outreach ministries (like “GriefShare,” and “DivorceCare”) have one goal: to produce mature followers of Jesus in community. That’s another way of saying, “multiply committed followers of Jesus.” So, the question remains, “How do I choose which group is right for me?”

BIBLE STUDIES
Bible studies seek to teach us what God says to us in the Bible so that we can submit our lives, desires and behavior to him. Bible studies might be organized around who we are (a women’s study, men’s study, or study for young adults) or simply be a general study open to all (such as our Sunday morning “Equip” study). Peruse the various studies below and choose a study and time which works great for you. Our studies are all “drop-in studies,” which means that you are welcome to drop-in and check the study out any time that works for you.

LIFE GROUPS
Life Groups are groups of 8-14 people which meet in people’s homes about twice per month for the purpose of prayerfully applying the Sunday morning teaching to our everyday lives. In these groups we make friends, encourage each other to live out the Scriptures and pray for one another, especially in the area of being and making disciples for Jesus Christ. You can find out much more about Life Groups here.

The bottom line: we are better together. We learn to follow Jesus in small, Bible-saturated communities. And we long for everyone to follow Jesus more closely.

Bible Studies

Men

Men's Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11 am

As we study the book of Acts, we'll put ourselves in the place of the disciples - feel with them as they are filled with the Holy Spirit and thrill with them as they see thousands respond to the gospel message. We'll sense their commitment as they give every ounce of talent and treasure to Christ and commit ourselves to do the same.

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More Like Jesus: Gospel of John Study

Wednesdays, 6:30-8pm in Superior

More Like Jesus

When the men who love Jesus show up, we help each other, encourage one another, give up our lives to know God, and serve our people - to serve his people. This church is full of men who are doing this. Men who are excellent at their careers and crafts. Men who guard the perimeters so there is safety and growth within the borders.

As men, we need daily reminders that Jesus is both the reason that we live and the strength to keep on going. Those men who step up are the ones becoming More Like Jesus.When the men who love Jesus show up, we help each other, encourage one another, give up our lives to know God, and serve our people - to serve his people. This church is full of men who are doing this. Men who are excellent at their careers and crafts. Men who guard the perimeters so there is safety and growth within the borders. As men, we need daily reminders that Jesus is both the reason that we live and the strength to keep on going. Those men who step up are the ones becoming More Like Jesus.

Gospel of John

Wednesday nights from 6:30-8pm (running concurrently with KidsMin and Student Ministries), we'll study all the reasons that John lays out for us to believe that Jesus is the one and only Messiah whom God promised would come. Men, he has come. And he has changed everything.

A collaboration of excellent teachers will lead us, and we will encourage one another. More than a study, this is an opportunity to participate, grow and change. If you have questions, reach out to Jeff Kuhlow, Tom Olson, Josh McKinley, Jon Vrzal, or Jon MacDonald.

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Bible Studies

Women

Even If: A Study of Habakkuk

February 21 - March 6

How do we praise the Lord even when life is hard? What does it mean to trust God when life doesn't go as planned? This study on the book of Habakkuk seeks to answer these questions.

Even If: A Study of Habakkuk is a three-week study that will:

  • Show you how to pray when you don’t have the words or the will to pray
  • Encourage you to trust God’s character when life doesn’t make sense
  • Help you rest in God when the anxieties of life threaten to steal your joy
  • Reveal to you that God is always good and always faithful, even if

Nichole Tittle will lead our study on Wednesdays, February 21 through March 6 at 6:30pm in the Fireside Room.

Order your book from thedailygraceco.com or Amazon, and come prepared to discuss lesson one.

Precept Women's Study: 2 Peter

In a day when false teachers lead countless people astray, we need to know the truth to live effectively for Christ.  Learn to live effectively and grow in spiritual discernment as we study the book of 2 Peter.

Two class times are available: Tuesday evenings (6:30-8pm) and Wednesday mornings (9:30-11am).

Tuesday class dates: January 9, 16, 23, and February 6, 13, 20

Wednesday class dates: January 10, 17, 24, and February 7, 14, 21

Workbooks can be ordered at precept.org

Event Coordinator  Lora Lynds

Wednesday Morning Women's Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11 am

This study for women meets every Wednesday morning to study God's word, pray for each other and the church, and learn how to be more like Christ in our everyday lives.

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Bible Studies

Young Adults

Young Adults Bible Study

Tuesdays, January 9-April 30
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Room: Harbor

Young Adults gather and study Scripture for the growing of faith in Christ as well as relationships with each other. The schedule includes one community fellowship night per month.

Our current study focuses on the Book of Hebrews using the book, "Standing Firm in Christ," by Jon Nielson.

How do we stand firm in faith? Throughout the ages, Christians have experienced persecution, spiritual apathy, and suffering of all kinds. The book of Hebrews captures our deep struggles and, with a message of hope and warning, points us to the surpassing supremacy of Jesus Christ.

If you would like more information or to get on the notification list for the community nights, email Bethany Hegle at  .

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Equip Class

Current Series

The Deliverers & Saviors of Israel

Join us at 9:30am on Sundays in the Worship Center for this series led by Dr. Walter Kaiser. 

Repeatedly, we see the nation of Israel sinning against God and God allowing suffering to come upon the land and the people. Sin always has its consequences. Where there is sin, we can expect suffering to follow.

Judges is a book about 12 men and women who delivered Israel from its oppressors. These judges were not perfect, but they were submissive to God, and God used them.

Join us as we study this book, and together, we'll stand in awe of God's mercy as he delivers his people over and over again.

Rather than living in an endless cycle of abandoning God and then crying out for rescue, let's learn to seek a life of consistent faithfulness.

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