We are constantly bombarded with the philosophies, principles and ideas of this world everywhere we turn. The greatest protection we have against being wrongly influenced by these forces is to entrench ourselves in the Word of God.
Catching a View of Heaven is a four-week study that will help participants realize that Heaven is a real, physical place. The various sessions discuss specifics regarding the geography, asthetics, and population of our eternal home. Groups will be challenged to invite people to go to Heaven with them and given encouragement to those who are almost home.
Living with chronic illness is a daunting challenge. Whether one is ill, or simply loves and cares for the ill person, chronic illness forces a person to confront issues of faith and healing. The Christian and Chronic Illness: A Biblical Perspective is a four-week study designed to provide participants with a biblical perspective of illness and healing, and some practical approaches to surviving and thriving through chronic illness.
In these four sessions, we will seek to discover what the Author of Creation says and how we as believers should respond to those who doubt His record. It is important to get the word out every way possible. The following lesson titles and objectives are structured for use in newsletters, church bulletins, e-mail, and other sources such as Facebook and blogs.
Christian stewardship is one of the most important topics for believers to understand. This study can be used for new converts and mature believers. The five lessons in Stewardship 101 help focus the participants’ attention to the biblical plan of giving back to God. The work of God’s kingdom is dependent on regular financial support of His people. The study reviews the topics of tithing, a life of stewardship, giving offerings in addition to the tithe, living our whole life as an offering to God and giving the gospel to others.
This study will challenge you to live a life characterized by a more resolute faith, more obedient action, and urgent expectation of Christ’s return. It will help you distinguish what nearly all Christians of all times have believed from what is particular only to certain groups.
A four week study dealing with some of the most familiar, yet difficult concepts found in God’s Word. Though none like to admit it, we are all influenced by “the spirit of this age.” Our minds become overloaded with the world system and must be rebooted through the power of Scripture.
A study of the Bible’s origins: Where did it come from? Who wrote it? Is it really God’s own words? Throughout these sessions, group members will study the history and development of the Bible, the biographies of Scripture writers, God’s miraculous protection of His Word, and the Bible’s credibility.