Header Image

Bible Studies

Fall groups

_________________________________________________________________

Register here for all classes. Books and childcare provided upon registration.

_________________________________________________________________

Colossians: Christ Is ABOVE ALL

A Discipler’s Bible Study

  • Tuesday Mornings, 9:30-11:00 AM
  • Begins September 12 (6 Weeks)
  • Room 9-11
  • Childcare Provided
  • Leader: Nancy Ludema

OR

  • Wednesday Evenings, 6:30-8:00 PM
  • Begins September 13 (6 Weeks)
  • Room: 9-11
  • Childcare Provided upon Registration. Suggested donation of $30/family.
  • Leaders: Wanda VandeKopple, Melissa Kuiper, Nancy VandenBerg

Colossians is about the preeminence of Christ in all His glory and dignity. For each of us, Christ is our life and we are complete in Him. Colossians explains that the Christian life is Christ’s very own life in each of us. He is our all in all!

COLOSSIANS: A Radical life

An Inductive Bible Study

  • Tuesday Mornings, 9:30-11:00 AM
  • Begins September 12 (11 Weeks)
  • Deacon’s Room
  • Childcare Provided
  • Leader: Nancy Vander Meer

Colossians is so much more than a simple book guiding believers to live out their faith in Jesus Christ.  Paul’s letter to the new believers in Colossae outlines God’s call to live a radical new lifestyle in the culture where He has placed us.

 


Jonah + Nahum: The Goodness and Severity of God

A Discipler’s Bible Study

  • Tuesday Mornings, 9:30-11:00 AM
  • Begins October 31 (6 Weeks)
  • Room: 9-11
  • Childcare Provided
  • Leader: Nancy Ludema

Nineveh was both the greatest and most wicked Assyrian city of Jonah’s day. But God called Jonah to go there and preach a message concerning their sin and God’s wrath. Although he chose to disobey God and run in the opposite direction, to God it was just a detour that ultimately led Jonah to comply with His command. The result was that Nineveh repented and was saved from destruction. But the city of Nineveh does not exist today. From 612 B.C. until 1846 there was not a trace to be found. The prophet Nahum explains why.