Unfailing Love Changes Everything

By Jennifer Rothschild 

Led by Susan Haynes
Monday, February 7 - 4:30pm

The book of Hosea—it’s a deeply personal and passionate love story, yet it’s a difficult story. As an account full of harsh judgment unfolds, we find in its midst a rare and pure gem: the truest and purest of loves.
Book cost: $20


By John MacArthur

Led by Sally Norrid
Tuesdays - 10:00am

Many of God’s people through the ages have been called to endure times of hardship, loneliness, and suffering. Some, such as Esther, were even members of a race carried away to a foreign land that had never heard of the God of Israel. Their lives were not easy, but even in the midst of trials, these men and women discovered that God was with them—and that He was sovereignly and actively leading the events in their lives.
Book Cost: $10

Where Do We Go From Here?

by David Jeremiah

Led by Joanne Potempa
Tuesdays - 6:00pm  
Thursdays - 10:00am

How do you feel after watching the news?  Burning cities, social upheaval, racial tensions, economic crisis, runaway infections etc., all leading to a One World government.  Is this Biblical?  Where is he church?  Dr. Jeremiah takes us on a tour of today’s major issues and solutions that Jesus endorsed.  Tomorrow’s prophecies foreshadow today’s problems.  God IS building HIS church!  “Where do we go from here?”
Study guides will be available to purchase at the first class for $10 each.

God of Freedom - A Study of Exodus 19-40

By Jen Wilkin

Led by Emily Burgess
Wednesday, January 26 - 9:30am

Led by Lynn Overton
Thursday, January 27 - 6:00pm

In this 10-session study of Exodus 19–40, journey through the story of how God shepherds His newly-liberated children into an understanding of what their freedom means: lives consecrated for service to God and to one another. And with fresh perspective, ask what these stories teach God's children today about how to live as those set free.
Book Cost: $22

Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers

By Dane C. Ortlund

Led by Cathy Bray
Wednesday, February 2 - 9:30am

Christians can easily feel that Jesus is perpetually disappointed and frustrated, maybe even close to giving up on them. They know what Christ has done for them―but who is he? In Matthew 11, Jesus describes himself as “gentle and lowly in heart,” longing for his people to find rest in him. Join us as we dive deep into Bible passages and have our eyes opened to see the heart of Jesus, not only in what He did for us, but in how He feels toward us. You’ll be glad you did!!
Book will be provided, study guide is $12.

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