Sunday Mornings 9:00 -10:00 AM
Starting 19th of August
This class is a 13 week survey of The Letter to the Hebrews. Short homework assignments will prepare the student for an interactive classroom experience.
The study will be of particular benefit for those who want a better understanding of the role and relationship of the Old Covenant to the New, and a greater confidence of the superiority of the person and work of Jesus Christ to every other “way” to God. Those interested in attending the class should aim to read through “Hebrews” several times before the start of the semester.
For more information, please contact Jim Messenger
(Elder) at email@example.com
, or (239) 513-0044.
I Thessalonians Study
In Paul’s day, Thessalonica was the capital city of the Roman province of Macedonia and a strategic shipping and receiving center. On Paul’s second missionary journey, he founded the church there, a later wrote this letter in response to Timothy’s report that the church was prospering despite intense persecution.
Why study I Thessalonians? The better understand its multifaceted purpose and implications for our lives. Paul wrote to: Encourage these believers in the face of persecution; Defend his ministry against the false charges; Remind them of the importance of personal holiness; Correct misunderstandings of Christ’s second coming and “the day of the Lord”; Diffuse potential tensions within the flock; Exhort them in the basic tenets of Christian living - prayer, thankfulness, discernment, and moral purity.
For more information, please contact Tom Lee
(elder) at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or (239) 825-4737.