Life Groups meet off campus in homes throughout our community. While they meet throughout the week, most Life Groups meet on Sunday evenings from 5:00-7:00. These smaller groups offer a more casual setting for Bible study. Topics are set by the Life Group Leader and approved through our Disciple Life office.
Women’s Bible studies meet on campus on Wednesdays. Both morning and evening opportunities are offered. Topics change each semester, but always focus on applying the Bible to the various aspects of a woman’s life.
Epic of Eden: Understanding the Old Testament (12-week study by Dr. Sandra Richter)
Mission on Motherhood (6-week study by Gloria Furman)
Loving God and Others: The Heart of True Faith (6-week study by Kay Arthur, David & BJ Lawson)
Men’s Bible studies occur in both classroom and Life Group settings. The groups apply the truth of God’s Word to the discipleship topics unique to men.
Iron Sharpens Iron is an ongoing Men’s Bible Study Group
Thursdays, beginning August 15, 6:00 am – 7:00 am, Missions Room (E206)
Facilitator: Rev. Jim Duhaime
Systematically reading through the Bible exposes us to the whole counsel of God. It rescues us from the tendency to return repeatedly to only our favorite passages. Only God’s Word has the power to transform us into the likeness of Christ, as we apply its truths to our lives under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Short-Term Bible studies focus on particular topics or aspects of the disciple’s life. Topics can be broken into these major categories: basic theology, biblical stewardship, marriage and family, and biblical leadership development. In all of our short-term studies, the Bible is the core text and central authority.