August 2014

1Thessalonians 5:16-18 – Rejoice, Pray and Give Thanks

These short verses are easy to remember but can be much harder to do. Join us as we profile the lives of three individuals who have learned to rejoice always, pray continually and give thanks in all circumstances, because this is God’s will for us in Christ Jesus!




1 Thessalonians 4:3-8 – Set Apart

As followers of Christ, we have been and are to be set apart for God’s holy purposes. Unfortunately, we sometimes find ourselves dragged down by the world around us. Join us as we consider these instructions from 1 Thessalonians and how they help keep us in God’s will.




July 2014

Romans 12:1-2 – Good, Pleasing and Perfect

Most Christians are interested in what God has in store for them down the road, but how do we learn what it is or ever manage to get there? It starts with understanding what God’s will is for us today, which has more to do with our character than our path. Join us as we begin to define what God’s will is and how to discover it in our own lives.




Romans 12:9-21 – In With the New

It’s no secret that as Christians we are called to love one another, but it is often easier said than done. Join us in our study of Romans 12 as we consider what love looks like in action among followers of Christ.




2 Corinthians 12:20 – Out With the Old

When it comes to how we look, the last thing we want is for someone to think we look ugly. But how about when it comes to our actions? Do they represent the new life we’ve been given in Christ, or do they better resemble a life we would rather leave behind? Join us in this study as we consider some attributes that are better left behind in the Body of Christ as we strive to love one another.




June 2014

2 Peter 3 – Why the Wait?

We’ve established that eternal life will be worth the wait, but another question remains – why are we still waiting? The Apostle Peter had much to say about this in his second letter to first century Christians, including what our role is while we wait.




Revelation 7:9-17 – Made to Worship

How would you define worship? Is it a small part of your life, or does it define you? Join us in our study of Revelation 7 as we consider the focus of our eternal life and think about how worship can impact our every moment of today.




2 Corinthians 4:16-5:10 – Worth the Wait

There is no disputing that this life is full of challenges and trials. Our great hope as Christians is that something better is in store for us, something that will be well worth the wait. Join us in 2 Corinthians as we hear what the Apostle Paul had to write about this very topic and what we can expect from eternal life.




Matthew 26 – The Last Supper

The story of the Last Supper finishes our series on Speaking With the Savior. Join us as we travel back to Jesus’ last night on earth prior to His resurrection and sit in the seats of the disciples, trying with them to understand all that this meal means.




May 2014

Matthew 15:21-28 – A Canaanite Woman

How will you respond when you pray and feel that God has either ignored or rejected your prayers? Learn from the example of a Canaanite woman so that you will pray and not give up in your own “Speaking with the Savior.”




Matthew 14:22-33

God knows our fears and tells us not to be afraid. He knows how easily we are distracted from focusing on Him. He wants us to call on His name. Peter learned these lessons as he walked on the water with Jesus, and we can learn them too from this study in Matthew 14.




Luke 19:1-10 – Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus may have been the most unpopular guy in Jericho, but he had a popular house guest one day who changed his life for good. Join us as we study his story in Luke 19 and consider what inviting Christ into your home means for your story.




John 4:1-26 (At the Well)

In John 4 we find Jesus having a conversation with an unlikely person, someone who never expected to have a conversation with God or to be received with love. Join us as we learn from this passage why Jesus spoke to her, and through it, what He is speaking to us.




April 2014

Matthew 4:1-11 – Speaking with the Enemy

We are all in a spiritual battle with only one weapon at our disposal – the word of God. Join us as we study Jesus’ conversation with the devil in Matthew 4 and learn biblical principles from Jesus and how to use Scripture properly in our battle with the enemy.




Luke 23:26-43 – At the Cross (Easter Sunday)

If we could hear from Jesus today, what would He have to say to us? Because of the resurrection He is alive, so we can hear from Him! We can also learn from the Bible as we read personal conversations He had with others, which serves to help us in our own speaking with the Savior.




John 11:17-27 – I Am the Resurrection

Jesus’ life, teaching and ministry culminated in one truth – that He holds the power of resurrection. Join us in John 11 as we consider the implications of this truth, both for our eternal life as well as our present life. Everything changes when you follow Him who is the resurrection and the life!




John 15:1-8 – I Am the True Vine

What does it mean to be connected to Jesus? To stay connected? Join us as we study John 15 and Jesus’ claim to be the vine.




March 2014

John 10:1-21 – I Am the Good Shepherd

We all need someone to follow, someone to guide us and guard us, someone we can trust and who knows the way home. There is only one such person, one Good Shepherd who can do all of those things and more – Jesus. Join us as we consider our need for this Good Shepherd.




John 6:25-51 – I Am the Bread of Life

Jesus very often used every day examples to help us understand more about Him, and today’s Scripture lesson is no different. Because we all understand our need for daily bread, we can better understand our relationship with and need for Jesus. He is more than our provider, He is the Bread of Life.




John 8:48-59 – I AM

Our new series investigates some of the claims of Jesus in the Gospel of John, which He made to help us understand Him better. In each instance, we’ll look at a statement of Jesus which includes the words, “I am.” Join us for this study as we learn the deep meaning behind those words.






 

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