Sunday Studies

9:00 am
 
Adults
Gospel Project – Library; led by John R.
Minor Prophets – Rm 108;
led by Kevin A.
Hermeneutics – Parlor area;
led by Harold R.
 
Young Adults – North Annex
 
Adults w/ Special Needs – Rm 104
 
Adult w/ Special Needs Class:
GraceFirst offers a Sunday School class for adults with special needs, ages high school and up. It is taught by a team of trained volunteers. This year we are joining the rest of the congregation and studying The Gospel Project. An activity combining service and social time is also offered most months of the school year. Led be Linda P., 
 

Ladies’ Bible Study

Abraham: Eyewitness to the Promise
 Mondays, 6:30-8 pm
(meeting by Zoom)
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Through this study, you will watch the budding father of a nation question God’s plans, take matters into his own hands, and, at times, compromise truth. Abraham made mistakes along his faith journey, but he learned to trust God more fully with each mistake. Abraham eventually grew into a man of great faith and his story reminds us that God is faithful, and His promises are true. Through Abraham’s story, you will gain a greater understanding of the covenant God made with Abraham and his descendants. You will be reminded that God is faithful, even when we are not.
 

Jan P. will lead the study discussion. 

 
 
 
 

Men’s Bible Study

A Man and His Traps
 
Mondays, 6:30-8 pm
(meeting at the church)
 
33 The Series: A Man and His Traps challenges and equips men to go below the surface, to look deep into their hearts and explore some areas that are all too easy to ignore but that are critical in their journey toward Authentic Manhood. It introduces a framework and a process that will help men understand what lies behind the manhood traps and beneath the heart idols that can distract them from the truth and the power of the Gospel.
 
Then it unfolds a biblical battle plan that helps men replace specific temptations and struggles with God’s better promises. It deals head-on with issues that all of us as men can relate to like sexual lust, the need for control, unfounded fear and the pursuit of significance. The study will be led by
Glenn and Lance.