Mid-Day Bible Study

Feb 20  /  Mar 20  /  Apr 3 & 17  /  May 1, 22 & 29

Becky Matheny, Pastor of Spiritual / Communal Development,
leads the study of Scripture in a format of open discussion.

Jesus’ final days were full of risk. Every move he made was filled with anticipation, danger, and the potential for great loss or great reward.  This study explores the texts of the Passion story and how each raises ethical and spiritual questions for all of us as we face risk in our everyday experience.

This is a stress-free zone! There is no pressure to participate beyond a person’s comfort and no homework is required. Each session includes life lessons that emerge from the text and interesting tidbits that help us through our daily life. Often, attendees find “themselves” within the subject or the scripture. The study considers the background, the author, the historic context, and personal situation of each subject or biblical passage to more accurately draw the intended meaning. Bible study sessions occur seasonally and the topics vary greatly. Come share together. Come learn from one another. Come become acquainted with the diverse backgrounds and personalities that make up this wonderful community. You will be glad you did!

Previous topics include:
WHY? (Adam Hamilton) – How was Scripture canonized? – Did Paul really write this stuff?
The Book of Revelation – The Parables – Who were the Apostles? – Heaven and Hell
Women in the Bible and Church History – The Resurrection – What is a Disciple?
Translations of the Bible – The Old and New Testament Apocrypha
In the Beginning: A Study of Genesis – Ezra & Nehamia: Rebuilding Life After Destruction
Exodus & The Ten Commandments – The Gospel of John – The Sermon on the Mount
The Problem with Paul

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