ADULT BIBLE STUDY

 

Zoom Bible Study

ONGOING  •  MONDAYS  •  8 PM  •  ZOOM

Join Pastor Alex every Monday evening on Zoom for a weekly Bible study. We take whatever chapter of Scripture the sermon is from and read slowly through section by section. The group is an excellent fit for an avid Bible reader or people who have never really studied the Bible.

Life Groups 101

WEDNESDAYS  |   AUGUST 25-OCTOBER 27  •  6-7:30 PM  •  WEST CAMPUS
THURSDAYS  |  AUGUST 26-OCTOBER 28  •  10-11:30 AM  •  WEST CAMPUS

Join Pastor Amy & Pastor Alex in a 10-week study called Life Groups 101!
 

This will include participation in a Life Group starter experience using Kevin Watson's, The Class Meeting, teaching on Wesleyan Grace and leadership training in servant leadership. The hope is that through this process, you will be able to discern one of three outcomes with what you learn and experience:

• You will feel called to start and lead a new Life Group.

• Your next step would be joining a new Life Group.

• You will take what you learn and apply it in some other setting (i.e., your friendships, family life, other growth groups). 

Disciple II

BEGINS SEPTEMBER 1
WEDNESDAYS  •  6:30 PM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - E106

Rev. Pat Sparks will be leading a 32-week study of the entire Bible, teaching Bible study skills and spiritual practices that help to deepen your faith.

The Making of Biblical Womanhood

SEPTEMBER 1 - NOVEMBER 10
WEDNESDAYS  •  6 PM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - E106

This Bible study will be an in-depth look at the book The Making of Biblical Womanhood by Beth Allison Barr. We will use the book as the main guide for the study and use large and small group discussion to dive deeper into what the book details.

Financial Peace University

9-WEEK COURSE  •  BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2
THURSDAYS  •  6 PM  •  WEST CAMPUS - ROOM 7  •  COST $30

Join us as we learn more about how to take charge of our finances with Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University. This 9-week course will give you a sustinable plan to follow to save money, pay off debt, and invest in your future.

The Book of Judges

BEGINS SEPTEMBER 6, 2021
VIA FACEBOOK  •  MONDAY- FRIDAY  •  AT YOUR OWN PACE

During Lent 2020, we began a study on Facebook of the Gospel According to John led by retired pastor, Bob Johnson. It was so successful, we followed it up with studies of Acts, Hebrews, Mark, and Paul’s letters from prison. For the fall, Bob will start a study of the book of Judges. He will show how this little-known book can reveal valuable insights for our own day. Monday through Friday, Bob will post a scripture from Judges, his own commentary, a suggested application, prayer, and conversation starter questions for students to do at their own pace. Contact Bob Johnson with questions.

Tuesday Bible Study

BEGINS SEPTEMBER 7, 2021
TUESDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS 

This fall, this discussion-oriented class will begin with a six-week study of Acts, exploring six themes that illustrate the character of the Christian message, the work of God's people, and the challenges of living faithfully in a complex and changing world. The book, "Acts: Catching Up With the Spirit" by Matthew L. Skinner is available at Cokesbury and Amazon. Contact Elaine Saunders at elainesaunders66@gmail.com if you would like to sign up.

Monday Morning Bible Study

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 13
MONDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - E225

MMBS will be studying  the book of Isaiah from the Epic of Eden series this semester. MMBS runs through the school year and you can join it at any time. We have monthly lunches and participate in  several charity events.  For more information, contact Maryann Fanty.

Beth Moore's James: Mercy Triumphs

8-WEEK STUDY  •  SEPTEMBER 14 - NOVEMBER 2
TUESDAYS  •  9:30 AM  •  KINGSLAND CAMPUS - S101

What good is your faith? James asks us to face the implications of faith. Be inspired t put your faith into action in practical ways a you get to know both the man and the Book of James. Join The Sisters in Christ as we explore with Beth Moore such concepts as joy, hardship, faith, wisdom, single-mindedness, the tongue, humility, prayer, and more. This interactive study features seven weeks of personal daily assignments and eight weekly group session with video. Each person should purchase their own study/viewer guide before the first class September 14.

Study of Mark

BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 28

TUESDAYS  •  10 AM  •  WEST CAMPUS - ROOM 7

• Why did Mark apparently not write a resurrection account?

• Why does Jesus tell people not to tell anyone about him? Isn’t that the point?
• Why does Jesus curse a poor little fig tree when it was not even the season for figs?
• What is a “Markan sandwich?”
• Why is understanding Mark’s message uniquely vital to our discipleship?
Join retired Pastor Bob Johnson as he answers these questions and more studying the Gospel According to Mark. We will use Bob’s newly published “The Gospel According to Mark: A Devotional Guide in The Genesis Project Series” as a supplemental resource (purchase is not necessary to participate). Just bring yourself, your Bible, a willingness to learn -- and hopefully a friend!

If you would like more information about these groups, please contact Elizabeth Bucher at ebucher@stpkaty.org.