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ADULT BIBLE STUDIES

Grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus

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Jesus says (Luke 11:28), “Blessed rather are those who hear the word of God and obey it.” As a church, we seek to hear and study the Word of God. We do so, not just to gain information, but inspiration for life. We seek to know the Word of God that we may follow and obey it, that we may better love God and better love and serve others. Resurrection Lutheran Church is a center for studying God’s word, and offers many opportunities for adults to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ” (2 Peter 3:18). Here are general times of study, with more details below: 

  • Sunday, 9:15-10:15 am, multiple classes offered

  • Women's Bible Studies: Monday from 6-7 pm 

  • Men's Bible Studies: the 1st , 2nd , 5th Fridays from 8-9 am

Various studies offered at various times (see listing below or weekly email for details.

Other Bible Study Groups

FALL ADULT BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

 

“THE CHOSEN”- SPECIAL VIDEO PRESENTATION

With Bible Discussion & Light Refreshments

Begins SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1

6:00-7:30pm ~ 8 Sessions (Season 2)

The Chosen is a multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus, which allows us to see Him & experience His life-changing ministry through the eyes of those who knew Him & followed Him. Each week we’ll watch & discuss one episode of Season 2, which focuses on Jesus continuing to build his group of disciples while encountering both opportunities & difficulties, as word of his public ministry starts to grow. We’ll also see the disciples struggling to come together in spite of their differences & experiences that threaten to tear them apart. (Anyone who desires to catch up can watch all 8 episodes of Season 1 on Youtube.) We plan to continue with Season 3 later in the year. Please feel free to invite your friends & family for this wonderful faith & fellowship opportunity. 

Led by Pastor Nelson in the Church Narthex.

Uplifting Your Marriage While Raising Your Kids!

Sunday Mornings  9:15-10:15 am

Began Sunday, Sept. 17th

Parents are Invited to this Bible-Based Study! It's one thing to make promises when you're standing at the altar. It's quite another to honor those commitments when you're in the trenches raising kids! In the book, For Better or for Kids: A Vow to Love Your Spouse with Kids in the House, authors Patrick & Ruth Schwenk offer practical advice on how not to be defeated by busy schedules, financial demands, limited time, and sleep deprivation. Learn to keep your romance strong! This 12 session study, based upon the book and the Bible, is designed to be strengthening for your marriage while you are raising your kids. Discussion leaders: Pastor Victor Nelson (married 46 years & raised 4 children) and Molly Zucker (married 12 years and raising 3 children).

Class meets in the Conference Room (across from Coat Rm).

“The Word Became Flesh”

Sunday Mornings  9:15-10:15 am

Began Sunday, Sept. 10th

The Gospel Of John

John’s Gospel is uniquely different.  John was not so much concerned about relating the facts of our Lord’s ministry – that had already been done in the first 3 Gospels. John was concerned, rather, about giving those facts meaning, helping his readers see their spiritual significance. In this study, the Apostle John unfolds for us the life-changing truth about: Jesus, the Word of God; Jesus, the Lamb of God; Jesus’ call to be Born Again; Jesus’ life, death & resurrection; Jesus, the Good Shepherd & his call to “Feed My Sheep”; Jesus’ 7 life-giving “I Am” Words; & so much more! All are welcome! And if anyone is interested in church membership, this study will fulfill a major requirement for that.

Led by Deacon Shirley Algozzine in Rm. 204 of the Christian Education Building. 

All are welcome!

Discovering the Word of God
Sunday Mornings  9:15-10:15 am

Began Sunday, Sept. 10th

 This 6-session class will focus on the Bible, the Word of God – learning to hear it speaking to us & understanding how we incorporate its message into our daily lives.

An important part of our time together will include questions brought by group members. Topics will include:
- How the Bible came to be, from original manuscripts to the texts we have today.
- What is a Bible translation & how are we deal with all the various translations available? 
- What are some of the major themes of the Bible? 
- What kinds of tools are available to help us understand these themes & how they impact our lives today?
- How the Bible is structured (book, chapter, verse, etc.)
 
The class will be interactive, listening together to the Word of God as it shapes our spiritual life. Led by Pastor Dan Whitley in the Christian Ed. Bldg., Rm. 202
 

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