SALT AND LIGHT
"You are the salt of the earth and light of the world." What does that mean—what does it mean to be different for goodness sake? We'll answer those questions (and more) as we work our way through Jesus' Sermon on the Mount.
• Mondays, 7-8pm, DC 405 (Spruce Rm) (1st years girls study)
• Mondays, 7-8pm, 63 Greene St
• Tuesdays, 12-1pm, DC 405 (Spruce Rm)
• Wednesdays, 9-10am, U Heights N 109
• Wednesdays, 5-6pm, L/L D 107
In this twelve week study we will explore the fundamentals of Christianity. This is a great Bible study for anyone curious to learn more about Christian spirituality/faith. It is also a great "refresher" Bible study for those who've been following Jesus a long or short time.
Meals with Jesus
In the Gospels Jesus is either going to a meal, at a meal, or coming from a meal. In in his book A Meal with Jesus, Tim Chester points out that “Jesus spent his time eating and drinking—a lot of his time. He was a party animal. His mission strategy was a long meal, stretching into the evening. He did evangelism and discipleship round a table with some grilled fish, a loaf of bread, and a pitcher of wine.” As we come together for a “meal with Jesus,” we’ll learn more about him, ourselves, and the “good life” he is calling us into.
the life of peter
Jesus says, "Come and follow me." As we sojourn with Peter this semester, we will learn what it means to follow Jesus. We will also learn about the One who is with us every step of the way.
Grace Changes Everything
In his letter to the Ephesians the apostle Paul explains how "grace changes everything." Come and see how.
Jesus Storybook Bible Study
Let's look at the "Great Story" from cover to cover, the Old Testament and the New. As we do so we will discover the God who is at the very center of the story and see where and how we fit into the "play."
Who Is Jesus Really?
Jesus of Nazareth is undeniably one of the most important figures (if not the most important figure) in human history. But why? What lies behind his fame? What did he do and say that won him so much love and acclaim as well as so much hatred and scorn? Who is Jesus really? Come and see.
Encounter Jesus as we study the Gospel of John together. Is he the Messiah, the Christ, the One who makes everything wrong, right again? Is he indeed God-in-the-flesh? What kind of life does he promise those who follow him? Come and see!
The world is a confusing and complicated place. How do we make sense of all the goodness and beauty out there? The brokenness and heartache? Is there good reason to hope? Does our work matter? Why go to college in the first place?
The Stories Jesus Told
Jesus was a master storyteller. In his lifetime, Jesus told over 30 stories/parables. These stories shed light on reality, prompt reflection, and inspire action. This semester we're going to read, listen to, and discuss more than a dozen of them. You and your friends are most welcome!
WHO IS GOD?
In this 13-week study, we will explore and examine the various different ways God is portrayed in the Bible. Come and learn who God is!