January 13, 2021

Monday Night Adult Bible Study led by Rob Davis

Join leader Rob Davis in a virtual study on Monday evenings at 6:30 PM.

January 11, 18, and February 1

A three-part discussion using recent messages by Andy Stanley.

As we have just finished a campaign season and find our country is very divided, we should see what Jesus had to say about this! Whenever something Jesus says specifically intersects something that we’re wrestling with in culture, we should talk about it. The words of Jesus are so relevant, and they are so extraordinarily relevant with everything that’s happening in our nation right now.

  • No book to order, just join us for discussion.
  • 6:30 PM via Zoom on January 11 and 18 and February 1.

A Lenten Study for February, March and April

Words of Life – Jesus and the Promise of the Ten Commandments Today, by Adam Hamilton

What if the Ten Commandments were not just a set of ancient rules, but a guide to experiencing the good life today? Nearly everyone has heard of the Ten Commandments, the list of “thou-shalt-nots” found in the Bible. Jesus saw these commandments not as onerous burdens, but as guideposts to help us experience a good and beautiful life.

In this book of Scripture and inspiration, bestselling author Adam Hamilton brings modern eyes to the most important set of ethics in history. He considers the commandments in their historical context, considering the meaning of each commandment in Hebrew, unpacking how Jesus reinterpreted them, and showing how every thou-shalt-not was intended to point to a life-giving “thou shalt.” He also explores how the latest research in science and psychology illuminates these commandments, rightly understood, as a way of ordering one’s life beautifully in the present day. In a culture marked by workaholism, materialism, and social media-driven envy, God has given us a time-tested path that leads to gratitude, confidence, and peace.

  • A ten-part discussion using a new book from Adam Hamilton, Words of Life – Jesus and the Promise of the Ten Commandments Today. The book is optional but can be purchased on Cokesbury or Amazon.
  • 6:30 PM via Zoom on February 8, 15, 22 and March 1, 8, 15, 29 and April 5, 12, 19
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