Fellowships will begin September 6, 2017...
4:30 pm Fellowship...led by Rev Don Thrasher
After feeling his heart "strangely warmed" by God, John Wesley ignited a firestorm of revival in England and America. Inviting you to embark on a 6-week journey through England, Adam Hamilton retraces Wesley's footsteps to show how his teaching defines our faith, shapes our heritage, and challenges us to rediscover our spiritual passion.
6:00 pm Fellowship...led by Dr. John Brown
Make a deeper connection to the world of the Psalms so that these well known scriptures can help you give voice to all aspects of our human experience-joy, faith, uncertainty and sorrow. During two weekly video segments, experience a varied presentation of individula Psalm texts, including dramatic reading, music, dance, and images. Listen to insights into specific Psalms presented by one of two biblical scholars through an informal, roundtable conversation format.
Ideal experinece for adults who are interested in the practice of prayer and worship and would like to connect prayer practice with Scripture. The study is accessible for adults with little prior Bible experience.
6:15 pm Fellowship...led by Beth Roberts
Just as Moses and the Israelites found themselves caught between "the devil and the deep Red Sea", so are we sometimes overwhelmed by life's problems. The Red Sea Rules reveals that even in the midst of seemingly impossible situations, God promises to make a way for us. His loving guidance will protect us through danger, illness, marital strife, financial problems, or whatever challenges Satan places in our path.
Using the Israelites' story in Exodus 14 as an example, Robert J. Morgan offers 10 sound strategies for moving from fear to faith. Life is hard, especially for Christians. It is certain that we will face difficulties and that God will allow them, as he allowed the Israelites to become trapped between Pharaoh's rushing armies and the uncrossable Red Sea. But just as certain is the fact that the same God who led us in will lead us out. As The Red Sea Rules makes comfortingly clear, he is in control.