Sunday Evenings at 6:00 PM

Jesus: A Novel by Walter Wangerin – From the same author of Paul: A Novel, this companion work from Wangerin considers the life of Jesus from beginning to end while trying to faithfully fill in the gaps where the gospels are silent. Join us for the meaningful small group opportunity that will conclude as we near Easter. This study meets in Bobo Hall.

Women’s Study: Freedom for Mothers. This eight-week study is based on John 15 and provides a journey into God’s Word to discover the fullness and freedom you can experience as a woman and as a mother. You will find the source to fill your “love bucket”, to recognize common mothering traps, and to deal decisively with self-defeating habits. Kate Orcutt leads this study in the Conference Room.

Men’s Study: The Beatitudes. This study explores the eight qualities that bring God’s blessing. Jesus highlighted these to offer us encouragement and instruction on living distinctly. This study will explore how we integrate these qualities into our lives to receive the blessing that Jesus promises. This study meets in the Fireside Room.

Tuesdays

Men’s Study: The Beatitudes. This study explores the eight qualities that bring God’s blessing. Jesus highlighted these to offer us encouragement and instruction on living distinctly. This study will explore how we integrate these qualities into our lives to receive the blessing that Jesus promises. This study meets at 7:00am in the Conference Room.

Men’s Study: What Does God Require? This book, focused on Micah 6:8, invites us to think about the three expectations that this verse in Micah focuses on- justice, kindness, and humility. This study meets at 12:00pm in Bobo Hall.

Wednesday Evenings at 6:00pm

Red Letter Prayers: The Prayers of Jesus explores the prayers of Jesus and what these prayers tell us about the heart of God. Through witnessing the most intimate moments between the Father and the Son, we can learn something about the big plan that God has for our lives. Tommy Cox leads this study in the Conference Room.

The Book of Job- Reflections on Suffering – How did Job cope with the suffering that he endured? How do we as people of faith today respond to and deal with our own times of suffering, heartbreak, and the unexplainable pains of life? Rickey Letson leads this study in Bobo Hall.