Sundays - 9:15-10:00 A.M.
The Gospel of Matthew
It’s the perfect book to bridge the Old Testament and the New Testament. It proves Jesus’ legitimate authority by highlighting His wise teaching and righteous life. It outlines the characteristics of the kingdom of God for all people. It’s the only Gospel that speaks directly to the church. It records the commission to the disciples to “Make disciples of all the nations”. Rejoice in the accounting Matthew gives of Jesus’ teachings!
Tuesdays: 10-11:30am (May 21 - June 11)
Women’s Bible Study
It is remarkable how many of the great events in Scripture took place on mountains. God chose mountaintops as a favorite venue so that certain events would stand out in our minds. As if to hold them up for all to see, God performed some of His mightiest acts and taught some of His most dramatic lessons on mountaintops. Monumental Mountaintops will offer insight into the meanings of these mountaintop events.
Weekly topics: Frightening Beauty, Need a Lift, Not So High, but Ever So Near, What a Fantastic View!
Thursdays 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Study the History in Revelations
Revelation may be the most perplexing book of the Scriptures. This last book of the Bible is the final testimony of the risen Christ to His church—until He returns in glory. Revelation is not about some distant future, but is about the present life of the church amid the turmoil of world history. It inspires Christians to be urgent and faithful in their proclamation of the Gospel, no matter how fierce the opposition, because of Christ’s comforting promise: “I am coming quickly!”