We've got questions. God has answers.
Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) are small groups that meet regularly to ask questions and look for answers together. Some use popular Christian books or DVDs to help guide discussions; others armore traditional Bible studies. But all of them are focused on helping adults develop a clearer understanding of God and faith.
All of our ABFs are always open to new participants and guests. ABF “hopping” is expected and even encouraged, so that you can more easily find one that suits your interests and needs.
Sunday Morning ABFs (Fall Session)
New in 2013! Hebrews: One Greater than the Prophets (Heritage Hall)
The book of Hebrews breathtakingly transports readers through the prophetic writings of the Old Testament, through the incarnation of the Son of God, past His purifying sacrifice to the exaltation of Jesus on the throne of heaven.And that’s just in the first paragraph! Join Mark Wiley on an in-depth study of the book that lauds the One who is greater than prophets and angels...the One who fully deserves our worship. BEGINS JAN. 6.
New in 2013! The Chronological Bible (in 365 Days) (Rm. B)
Explore the Bible as the extraordinary epic it is! This unique, chronological presentation of God’s story daily unfolds with fresh revelations and devotional commentary, guided by Pastor Wally Kukuk. If you’ve never read the Bible cover-to-cover before (and even if you have), this orderly and disciplined approach is an ideal way to do it in a single year! Chronological Bibles will be provided to all participants. BEGINS JAN. 6.
What's New in the Old Testament (Rm. A)
Just because this part of the Bible was written thousands of years ago doesn't mean it can't speak to us today. Explore some big lifechanging messages from some of the "smaller" prophets of the Old Testament - Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. Led by Patrice Spencer.
Women of Worth (Rm. 8., lower level)
Starting a new book/DVD study designed to encourage and inspire women in the spiritual walk. Led by Nancy Farkas.
Archaeology and the Bible (Rm. 7., lower level)
Explore the cultural and spiritual significance of Biblical stories through relevant archaeological sites and artifacts found in the Holy Land.
Weekday ABFs (Fall Session)
Simple Spirits (Tuesdays, 7:00 PM, Church Library)
You know Ruth's story. Now meet her in person as she travels with Naomi, certain of her calling, yet uncertain of her future. And prepare to be changed. Based on the DVD/book study by Liz Curtis Higgs, "The Girl's Still Got It - Take a Walk with Ruth and the God Who Rocked Her World." This study is specifically for women. Led by Jean Tanner.
In Depth with David - The Gospel of Matthew (Wednesdays, 6:45 PM, Cafe)
"You have heard it said...but I tell you the truth..." Explore how first century Jews (and modern Christians) were presented with a new understanding of God's laws and the fulfillment of the Old Testament prophesies through Jesus Christ as recorded in Matthew's gospel. Led by Dr. David Weyrick.
Vantastiks (Thursdays, 9:30 AM, Rm. B)
Ongoing Bible study, prayer, and the occasional lunch outing. Led by Dr. David Weyrick.