This Fall our Mid-Week Bible Study class will study 2 Timothy and Titus. These books continue Paul’s pastoral epistles. In these letters, Paul speaks from seemingly every possible angle about the Christian life – who we are in Christ, how we are to live our new lives in Christ, and even qualities and characteristics of effective church leaders. Paul doesn’t shy away from tough topics and gives clarity as he is inspired by the Holy Spirit to write. Interestingly, one of our church members contributed to writing this specific Bible Study.
As Christians, we know we are supposed to pray. But what does the Bible actually say about prayer? And how do the characters of Scripture model prayer for us? This class will answer these questions and more as we uncover biblical foundations for prayer, how to pray, and encouragements from prayer-warriors of the past.
Aaron Earls continues his study of systematic theology. If you missed Theological Foundations 1, don’t feel like you can’t attend this class. In systematic theology a person can study different theologies separate from one another. Some of the things you will study in this course are: The Work of the Holy Spirit, doctrines of perseverance, sanctification, and different aspects of the church. What a great way to get Bible college level studies of scripture.