Bible Studies – Tuesdays

Tuesdays • 9:30-11:00am

Discover Acts: The Early Church (begins Nov. 21, 2017)
Led by Marcia Coleman and Jean Boyd, Room 212
Be inspired and challenged by the lives of God’s people in the early days of the church. The book of Acts is the exciting account of the Christian church’s birth and early years. It tells of the violent opposition the young church often faced from both Jews and Gentiles, as well as problems within the church itself. Acts also bears witness to the power of God’sHoly Spirit, who guided and empowered the church as it boldly preached the gospel of salvation throughout the Roman world.
Discover Acts: The Gentile Connection (begins Feb. 13, 2018)
Led by Marcia Coleman and Jean Boyd, Room 212
Throughout the first eight chapters of the book of Acts, the early Christian church is launched and is commissioned to carry the gospel to the ends of the earth. In chapters 9-21, the focus of this study, the apostle Paul is converted to the Lord and chosen to lead this great gospel campaign. Despite increasing spiritual opposition, imprisonment, and threats of death, Paul and his missionary companions establish churches and encourage Gentile believers in key cities across Asia Minor and Greece. It’s a period of unparalleled growth and opportunity for the cause of Christ.