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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 Bob Grahmann and Alexi Gibson in Micah C
Join us on a journey through the history of God’s people of the new covenant, the church, as we see God carry out his plan to save the world through his very fallible and mistake-prone people. We’ll thrill to their joys and successes and take careful note of their failures and foibles, always with our eye on the hand of God as he leads his people through many challenges and pitfalls to steady growth “until the whole world hears.”
With Bill Taylor and Steve Lokker (on April 23) in Micah C
Enter the Old Testament to experience God’s heart working with and grieving over his covenant people, the nation of Israel, in the latter part of the split kingdom of David. We will look over the shoulders of six "minor" prophets: Obadiah, Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Haggai and Malachi to learn how God spoke to his people at that time and what this means for us today.
With Mike Beresford in Micah E
If you are considering engagement, are engaged, or are newly married, join others in a similar lifestage to discover and discuss the major topics of marriage so that you and your (future) spouse can build a strong foundation for your marriage.
The class will have 6 sessions (skipping Easter Sunday).