Bible Class Resources

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Grace offers several Bible classes that study various subjects over the year. For early-morning risers to casual weekday evenings, there are studies for everyone!

Featured Resources

10/02/2019

This course features an overview of the New Testament, with plenty of time allotted for fun exploration and discussion!

 

09/29/2019

He who has given us his best deserves nothing else from us but the best. This is polish and our opportunity to discuss implications for public worship.

09/25/2019

This course features an overview of the New Testament, with plenty of time allotted for fun exploration and discussion!

 

08/14/2019

Could your life use more joy? With so much hardship, suffering and pain in the world, isn’t it nice when pure joy comes? There’s plenty to mourn about. This world has more than enough tears. But, in Jesus we can rejoice no matter what. At the feet of the Apostle Paul and with the power of the Holy Spirit,  we can gain a heavenly perspective that allows us to and motivates us to “Rejoice in the Lord Always!”

08/13/2019

Could your life use more joy? With so much hardship, suffering and pain in the world, isn’t it nice when pure joy comes? There’s plenty to mourn about. This world has more than enough tears. But, in Jesus we can rejoice no matter what. At the feet of the Apostle Paul and with the power of the Holy Spirit,  we can gain a heavenly perspective that allows us to and motivates us to “Rejoice in the Lord Always!”

07/28/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

07/21/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

07/14/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

07/07/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

06/30/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

06/16/2019

We are looking deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. This week focuses again on John the Baptist and the genealogy of Luke 3. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

06/09/2019

This is a “lectionary gap” study of the Gospel according to Luke - meaning we hope to look deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.

06/02/2019

This is a “lectionary gap” study of the Gospel according to Luke - meaning we hope to look deeply at those Lukan sections that are not read in our weekend worship this church year. The Holy Spirit used Luke to write this Gospel (and Volume 2: Acts) as an orderly account of God’s good news to us. Rest assured of this, dear friend: Jesus is amazingly yours.