A Study of Book of Acts – A View Towards Missions
Jim Hamby & Ken Rutherford: Room 27
Beginning with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost, the Book of Acts is the record of Jesus’ Spirit-filled disciples as they go into Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and throughout the known world for the first time proclaiming the good news of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus and calling sinners to repent and receive forgiveness for their sin. We will go verse-by-verse through the Book of Acts recapturing the confidence, enthusiasm, vision, and power of our predecessors for the mission we’ve been given.
Great Doctrines of the Bible
Gary Dirrim, Larry Farlow & David Funk: Room 23
We will work through Great Doctrines of the Bible by Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Each week we’ll explore a key biblical doctrine and the application it has for our lives as believers. In this age when knowing what we believe and why we believe it is more important than ever, these teachings by Lloyd-Jones are as relevant as when they were first delivered. Be inspired by the greatness and glory of God as we seek to know and follow Him better!
Nature of God: Impact on Life & World View
Drew Pearce & Zach Watson: Room 21
We will look to scripture to find out who is God and why it matters. In doing so, we hope to gain a biblical understanding of God’s true character and what implications that has for the way we see the world and how we should live in it. Also, our class will also serve as the home for college students at Grace.
Study of the Book of James
Thomas Freas & Paul Kelly: Room 26
The class will work to build a disciple-making environment—focusing on learning the word of God while building fellowship amongst the class members. The curriculum for the first part of the year will be a study of the book of James, focusing on living out a life of faith and holiness.
Study of the Book of Mark
Eric Groover: Room 28
How often do you think through the sermon passage from Sunday morning? We will be digging into God’s Word from the morning’s sermon text from the Gospel of Mark. In looking at the life of Jesus we will seek to help one another love Him more, follow Him daily, and call others to trust in Him.