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With Cliff and Rob Mahair 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 book of Esther.
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 Paul and Karen Young in Micah C
This class will be a broad survey of the core principles of the Christian life applied specifically to marriage, along with a review of three major "challenge" areas of marriage. The main text of this class will be scripture, with other resources given for further study.
With Sharon Messmore and Femi Sokoya in Micah D
This is a topical, expositional class on the value of human beings and their gifts with respect to the biblical principles and ordinances regarding marriages and relationships. We will discuss the cultural corruption of these principles, and look at opportunities to make a difference in the Church that uplifts people regardless of relationship status.
With Pastor Lloyd Biddle in Micah E
In this class, we'll look at key passages in the book of Revelations, discover how the gospel is key to a proper understanding of its events. We'll look at how the gospel relates the end of the current age and the subsequent re-creation of heaven and earth by Jesus Christ so that he may dwell in peace with his children.
With Nic Foerster
This class presents a biblical theology-based study on the often misrepresented and misunderstood topic of angels and demons. It examines the topics of existence, nature and identity, function and behavior, and how we should live in response to this knowledge.