Please note that on November 2, Week 8, 2 Peter 2:1-10a when Leslie is talking about the ways in which both Noah and Lot "blew it" she confused Noah and Lot. She said that Noah's daughters lay with him and were impregnated by him. It was actually Lot who, in a drunken state, lay with his daughters and impregnated them. Honest mistake, no false teaching intended! Very ironic for the lesson titled "Frenemies and False Teachers."
1 & 2 Peter
Tuesday mornings | 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Lecture (Sanctuary) and Small Groups
Teachers include: Ingram Link, Laura Tucker, Emily Getty, Karen Edwards, Leslie Brooks, and Hollye Stigler
September 14 – November 16
Sunday evenings | 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
September 19 – November 21
Group Discussion based on recorded lecture and small group led by Kristi Gidley.
Wednesday evenings – 2 Options | 6:15 – 8:15 p.m. (E206; lecture and small group); 6:15 – 7:15 p.m. (Tower Room; small group only)
September 15 – November 17
Group Discussion based on the recorded lecture and small group led by Hollye Stigler and Emily Getty (6:15); small group led by Martha Bailey (7:15).
Tension. It can flow like an undercurrent beneath our days, a relentless stream that plagues us at home and at work, marring our relationships and disrupting our sleep. The apostle Peter understood the tension because he lived in the midst of it too. In fact, Peter knew from experience what tension feels like—the kind that can rattle your faith at times and make you wonder if walking with the Lord is worth it. Peter learned first hand that walking with Christ is costly—but so totally worth it.
We will start in the sanctuary with a time of teaching and move from the lecture to small groups each week. In small groups, you will have a facilitator unpack the questions from the lesson with the group. It is a sweet time to dig deeper into scripture, apply the truth of God’s word, and pray for one another.
Steadfast: A Study of the Book of James
Wednesday evenings | 6:15-7:15 p.m.
September 8 – November 3
Led by Tricia Prather
Faithfulness regardless of our circumstances—that's what it means to be steadfast. But in a world where so much can undermine our faith or pull us off track, steadfastness is often a rare and elusive trait. James longs for his readers to be steadfast. His letter meets us in our suffering and sickness, our trials and temptations, our wealth and poverty, our ups and downs. He confronts our sin, our speech, and our pride. He encourages believers to have a more resilient and concrete faith, not just to hear the word, but to do it. He calls us to persevere in truth in a world of lies, to see that God's steadfast love is ultimately the source of our steadfast faith.
Divine Design Discipleship: Finding Security with God
Tuesday mornings | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
September 14 – November 16
Worship, Teaching, Mentoring Groups (optional)
Led by Kathy Girardeau
This year at Divine Design Discipleship, we are launching a new series intended to grow and deepen your relationship with God. In this class we will:
DDD is an amazing community of women who love God and love each other so well! We sing, learn, listen, and pray together each week. Our small groups provide you with a safe place to grow with the leadership of wise women.
10:00am - 11:15am Worship and the Word
11:15am - 12:00pm Mentoring groups (optional)
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Can’t come on Tuesday mornings? Contact Kathy Girardeau at [email protected] about additional times for mentoring groups.
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