Rev. Lillie Ferrell
Pastor of Christian Formation
Bible Studies, Topical Studies and Home Groups
Small groups are the best way to live out your Christian faith. In a large church, small groups provide an opportunity for community, friendship, encouragement, accountability, and, of course, education and training in the faith. If you are new to small groups, then the Alpha Course is the place to start. If you would like to get an excellent grasp of the whole Bible, then Disciple Bible Studies are the in-depth small groups you’re looking for. And if you really want to get a feel for what it means to live as the church, then Life Together small groups will be the best way for you to combine prayer, study, service, care, sharing the gospel, and fellowship. There are also short-term small groups that are topically based (i.e. Singles, Women’s, Men’s, Financial Peace). “Preview” events, featuring each new small group are scheduled each Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Click on the links below to find out more information about each small group opportunity:
♦ Alpha Course
♦ The Art of Marriage
♦ Disciple Bible Studies
♦ Life Together Groups
♦ Men's Studies
♦ Short-Term Studies
♦ Women's Studies
Kevin Johnson, 832-240-4912
Dive into Faith lessons on Prejudice, “Catch and Release” Service to the Poor, Extraordinary Faith, and Loving the Homeless
Tuesdays: July 2 – August 20, Flanders 422
Starting on July 2, Dr. Thomas Flowers and Roxane Richter will lead an 8-week group study every Tuesday night from 7-9pm in Flanders 422 on the 7 faith lessons demonstrated in the book “Same Kind of Different as Me.”
Through the eyes of a black homeless man and a wealthy white man who volunteers at an urban homeless mission, the book examines the universal human condition of suffering, service, and prejudices that can block forgiveness and service.
The 7 faith lessons of: extraordinary faith, forgiveness, loving the unlovable, prejudice, prayer, “catch and release” aid work, and blessing versus service, will be discussed through a Biblical DVD series. As one of the authors noted: “…this earth aint’ no final resting place. So in a way, we are all homeless—just working our way toward home.” Contact Roxane at email@example.com or 281-814-0242 to sign up or for more information.
Men’s Tuesday Night Bible Study ::
Tuesdays, 7:30pm - Flanders 420/421
Did you know that on Tuesday Nights at 7:30pm in Flanders 420/421 the men of the church meet for bible study and fellowship? It’s for men of all ages. If you’d like to attend, just show up and enjoy the conversation. Come join us! - Carl Kirby & Jim Brackeen
Men's Tuesday AM Bible Study ::
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30am - Elrod 304
Hey guys! Come join us as we begin a new study series called Confronting Controversies, with videos by Andy Hamilton. We’ll be covering some of the tough issues of today such as Separation of Church and State, Abortion, Homosexuality and other topics.
We meet at 6:30am each Tuesday in Elrod 304. Jump start your day with Bible Study! Led by Vic Sanders.
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