Current Bible Studies
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- Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
- Broadcast via zoom - Link: Sunday Evening Bible Study
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- Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
- Live Streamed via BoxCast - Link: Wednesday Evening Bible Study
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First Quarter 2021 Sunday Evening Class
Class Title is "Mark: The Gospel of the Son of God".
Who would want to attend a class on prayer? Well, obviously, you would! But why? What do you hope gain from this class? Join us for this Wednesday evening class on Prayer. Improve your "Prayer Life" with better understanding and motives for praying!
|Lesson 1||January 03||Introduction to Mark & the Synoptic Gospels||Mark 1|
|Lesson 2||January 10||Ministries of John and Jesus||Mark 1|
|Lesson 3||January 17||Lord of the Sabbath||Mark 2&ndaask;3|
|Lesson 4||January 24||Parables and Miracles||Mark 4–5|
|Lesson 5||January 31||Death of John the Baptist||Mark 6|
|Lesson 6||February 07||Pharisees Demand a Sign||Mark 7–8|
|Lesson 7||February 14||The Transfiguration||Mark 9|
|Lesson 8||February 21||Rich Young Man||Mark 10|
|Lesson 9||February 28||The Triumphal Entry||Mark 11|
|Lesson 10||March 07||The Greatest Commandment||Mark 12|
|Lesson 11||March 14||The Abomination of Desolation||Mark 13|
|Lesson 12||March 21||The Last Supper||Mark 14|
|Lesson 13||March 28||The Death, Burial, and Resurrection||Mark 15–16|
First Quarter 2021 Wednesday Bible Class Syllabus.
Class Teacher is Tim Smelser.
Class Title is "2 Corinthians: Comfort, Deliverance and Hope"
Paul’s second letter to the saints at Corinth has been referred to as the most personal, open, and intimate of all his letters. He truly bares his soul as he speaks of hardship, emotional pressure, and physical abuse. But through all of this we see what really motivated Paul and why he went trough all he did: his love for his brothers and sisters in Christ, his love for the gospel, and his love for God.
|Lesson 1||January 06||Introduction to 2 Corinthians|
|Lesson 2||January 13||Spiritual Comfort||2 Cor. 1|
|Lesson 3||January 20||Sorrow, Joy and Triumph in Christ||2 Cor. 2|
|Lesson 4||January 27||Hearts and Stones||2 Cor. 3|
|Lesson 5||February 03||Treasure in Jars of Clay||2 Cor. 4:1–15|
|Lesson 6||February 10||Seeing the Unseen||2 Cor. 4:16–5:10|
|Lesson 7||February 17||A Ministry of Reconciliation||2 Cor. 5:11–6:2|
|Lesson 8||February 24||Penitent Christians||2 Cor. 7|
|Lesson 9||March 03||Generous and Gracious Christians||2 Cor. 8–9|
|Lesson 10||March 10||Defense of Paul’s Ministry||2 Cor. 10–11|
|Lesson 11||March 17||Sufficiency in Christ||2 Cor. 12|
|Lesson 12||March 24||Approved Christians||2 Cor. 13|
|Lesson 13||March 31||Review: 1 and 2 Corinthians|
Fourth Quarter 2020 Classes (Previous Quarter)
Fourth Quarter 2020 Sunday Bible Class Syllabus.
Class Teacher is Tim Smelser.
Class Title is "1 Corinthians: Equipped for Love and Unity"
In keeping with our 2020 theme of "Equipped for Good Works" we will finish out the year by studying "1 Corinthians: Equipped for Love and Unity." The church at Corinth was very much like many churches today: comprised of Christians from different religious, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds. They were not immune from being influenced by the culture in which they lived and the prevailing thoughts of the exaltation of man's wisdom. We can learn much in our local congregations by studying how the apostle Paul addressed these issues, writing to a church he knew well and loved dearly.
|Lesson 1||January 4||Wisdom of God / Wisdom of Men||1 Cor. 1 – 2|
|Lesson 2||January 11||Stewards of the Mystery||1 Cor. 3 – 4|
|Lesson 3||January 18||Discipline of One in Sin||1 Cor. 5|
|Lesson 4||January 25||Christian Behavior||1 Cor. 6|
|Lesson 5||November 1||Marital Relations||1 Cor. 7|
|Lesson 6||November 8||Meat Sacrificed to Idols||1 Cor. 8:1–9:23|
|Lesson 7||November 15||Christian Liberties||1 Cor. 9:24–11:1|
|Lesson 8||November 22||The Head Covering||1 Cor. 11:2-16|
|Lesson 9||November 29||The Lord’s Supper||1 Cor. 11:17-34|
|Lesson 10||December 6||Spiritual Gifts / More Excellent Way||1 Cor. 12–13|
|Lesson 11||December 13||Regulating Spiritual Gifts||1 Cor. 14|
|Lesson 12||December 20||The Resurrection||1 Cor. 15|
|Lesson 13||December 27||Final Instructions / Review||1 Cor. 16|
Fourth Quarter 2020 Wednesday Evening Class
Class Title is "Learning to Pray: Lessons from the Prayers of Paul".
The Gospel of Mark was written to show that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God (1:1). With no prologue, Mark immediately jumps into the narrative, carrying the reader from event to event with continuous action. The book is intended to be experienced, as if we are part of the very first century audience who saw Jesus and were “amazed,” “critical,” “puzzled,” and “astonished.”
|Lesson 1||January 03||Tim Smelser||Learning to Pray||Luke 11:1|
|Lesson 2||January 10||Andy McClish||Excuses for not Praying||Gen. 3:8|
|Lesson 3||January 17||Jeff Dutra||Carnal Motives||1 Jn. 2:15-17|
|Lesson 4||January 28||Greg Watson||Balanced Prayers||Luke 17:11-19|
|Lesson 5||November 4||Jim McCarty||The Framework of Prayer||2 Thess. 1:1-12|
|Lesson 6||November 11||Seth Buchanan||Praying for Others||Col. 1:9|
|Lesson 7||November 18||Mike Dodd||A Passion for People||1 Thess. 3:9-13|
|Lesson 8||November 25||Matt Simms||A Challenging Prayer||Colossians 1:9-12|
|Lesson 9||December 2||Dennis Whitney||Praying for Excellence||Philippians 1:9-11|
|Lesson 10||December 9||Eric Pence||Praying for Opportunities||Romans 15:30-33|
|Lesson 11||December 16||Jason Nichols||Praying to the Sovereign GOD||Ephesians 1:15-23|
|Lesson 12||December 23||James Warner||Praying for Power||Ephesians 3:14-21|
|Lesson 13||December 30||Jimmy Marquis||Song and Prayer Service|