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With Mark Finley and Kent Rawhouser in Micah E
Go deeper into God’s Word using the inductive or manuscript Bible study method, gain familiarity with different styles of biblical writing and make your personal study of the Bible richer and more fruitful as we explore the Gospel of Luke. We will use the English Standard Version (ESV) translation of the Bible.
with Ingolf Wallow in Micah D
Larger congregations consist of 5 generations growing up in different environments and now at different stages of their lives. We will look together at the “greatest” and silent generation, the baby boomers, the GenXers, the millennials and the coming generation (Y, Z or i) to help us understand each other as we make up one Body in Christ.
With Mike Beresford at his home
Come see what we are about! This class is an 4-week track to holistically grasp what it looks like to be a member of the High Point Church family.
- This class will help welcome you into the family of High Point Church.
- This class will teach what we, as Christians at High Point, believe – the biblical background to our values.
- This class will clarify about the stepping stones that build the path of an ever-growing experience as a Christian participating in the local church.
- This class is a requirement for membership—but everyone is encouraged to attend!
with Bob Grahmann in Micah D
Dr. Bob Grahmann will lead us in exploring three key passages from the book of Revelation in a deep, interactive, inductive way to discover some of the glory and victory of God, the Great White Throne judgement, and more. These are passages that will be studied at the upcoming Urbana Student Missions Conference in December.
with Rose Turnley in Micah C
If you were not able to attend the conference in January, here is your chance! We will be watching the video from one session each Sunday and then explore the topic together.
with Bill Taylor in Micah D
Join us as we take a look at some of the “hard sayings” throughout the Bible and work to decipher them.
Email Bill Taylor with any specific passages you would like to talk about in the class!