Beginning September 17
September 17 – October 29
9:00am – The Story of Ruth - led by Bob & Pam G.
Welcome to the land of the of the down and out…Just because it looks hopeless doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. Things are going to change. If you’re not dead, God is not done – because our Redeemer lives!
God can seem distant when dreams fade, people die, or careers fail. It may feel like He slammed the door in your face and walked out for good. No one knows the feeling of abandonment more than Ruth and Naomi. Their story begins with the worst—death, famine, and poverty. And God remains silent.
But the book of Ruth doesn’t end with despair. The story brims with hope because God works on behalf of the two widows in ways they least expect. On the surface, this book tells the story of two widows and a kind landowner. Even more, it teaches us about God’s faithfulness, love, and providence.
Walk the journey of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz and discover the devoted love of God and His transformative power in our lives.
10:45am – Living Beyond the Daily Grind - led by Jon R.
Where in Scripture do we find help for dealing with the things in life that wear us down emotionally and spiritually? We’ll look to the Bible’s songs in Psalms to find encouragement in discouragement, fear, mistreatment and other problems that tear us down.
The daily grind - its countless little disappointments and discouragements - can wear down even the most steadfast believer. Drawing on the comforting and inspiring words of the Psalms and the Book of Proverbs, these scriptural readings and reflections help name - and disarm - the damaging power of day-to-day cares. You will see how God can transform even the most demanding circumstances into daily reasons for joy, fulfillment, and growth. The Christian life can be as triumphant as it was meant to be!
10:45am – for Seniors: Galatians - led by Norm J.
The importance of being a genuine, consistent Christian is always worth studying. Galatians helps us understand the sufficiency of Faith in Jesus alone.