Secret Church: Survey of the New Testament

 

 

In this series, Dr. David Platt examines the New Testament from a literary, historical and theological perspective in two main parts. The first, will look at the literary and historical, getting an overview of the books in the New Testament. The second part is to examine and see how it all fits together, to give us a description of Christ and God, and the ramifications that it has for our lives.

Begins: Wednesday, June 10

Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Room: Fellowship Hall 

Led by: Tom Moody

 

Engaging With God: A Biblical Theology of Worship

 

Rather than determining for ourselves how we should worship, we, His people, are called to engage with God on the terms He proposes and in the way He alone makes possible. This study calls for a radical rethinking of the meaning and practice of worship that extends beyond a Sunday morning worship service and into an act that dominates our lives seven days a week. 

Dates: Wednesday, June 10

Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Room: TBD

Led by: Pastor Jacob Bassing

 

  

Faithful, Abundant, True

 

• Kay Arthur teaches from basically, the entire book of Hebrews! Hebrews is both an example of God's faithfulness and a challenge to believers to be faithful in difficult times.
• Priscilla Shirer teaches from Ephesians 3:20-21 on God's abundance. A fundamental basis for every believer is the absolute reality that God can do whatever He chooses to do. God's ability empowers our faithfulness.

 Beth Moore teaches on the topic of discernment. In these difficult days it is absolutely essential that we learn to trust the Holy Spirit to enable us to determine what is true and what is false.

Dates: Wednesday, June 10

Time: 6:00pm to 7:30pm

Room: TBD

Led by: Pat Burnett

Optional Resource: Study Guide - Cost $15.00