You're free to jump into any of our ongoing Men's Bible studies at any time!
The Book of Isaiah
Led by Steve Grigsby / Mondays / 7-8 am / W-109
Isaiah writes with fearless dignity during critical days of international upheaval. At a time when empires were rising and falling and his nation was in peril, Isaiah spoke this from the Lord, “In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength” (Isa 30:15). Isaiah’s word of comfort and hope are more than welcome to a people who doubt their own safety and security.
Led by Danny Lane / Wednesdays / 6:15-7:30 am / Green Room
This men's group is a multi-generational fellowship whose ambition is to see every man pursuing his full potential in Christ in order to walk worthy of our callings as Christian men, and as husbands and fathers. Each Wednesday morning, we will study the Word together, and exalt Jesus Christ, the Lord of all.
The Book of Luke
Led by Eldon Thiessen & Bill Rathgeber / Wednesdays / 6:15-7:15 am / W-109
Dr. Luke was an educated Greek, a physician and a close companion of the Apostle Paul. His book was intended for a Greek audience portraying Jesus as the perfect man who did not sin. He is very careful to show that while He was human, He was also fully God. Dr. Luke makes it clear that the message of Jesus, the gospel, was for both Jews and Greeks.
Led by Jerry Scott and Mike McGee / Fridays / 6:15 - 7:45 am / Office Large Conference Room
Many have heard of “the patience of Job” (James 5:11). But few understand what those trials were all about and what God was trying to accomplish. Job suffered as he did so that God’s people today might learn from his experiences how to be patient in suffering and endure to the end.
Led by Mark Methvin / Thursdays / 6:30-7:30 pm / Office Small Conference Room
We will be studying and discussing the orgin of all things laid out in the book of Genesis.
Led by Greg Piper/ Wednesdays / 5:15 am / East side of church lobby
For more information, contact Jill Wagnon.