Adult Sunday School

“On This Rock:” A study of Peter’s Life and Ministry

“On this rock I will build my church. …Get behind me, Satan!” Can you imagine hearing Jesus make both of these statements about YOU? Peter must have been quite an interesting person to be around -and this flawed but faithful human being was instrumental in building the Church. Join us at 9:30 am Sunday mornings to learn about Peter’s relationship with Jesus and what his life can teach you about your own relationship with Jesus. The study starts October 7th in the Library. The book, “On This Rock,” will be available for $9 in the office (correct change or a check) and in the entry after both services.

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This book is a ten-session study on the life and ministry of the apostle Peter. The sessions cover Peter’s life and ministry as narrated in the Gospels and the Book of Acts, but not in the Epistles of Peter. Some of the topics included are the call of Peter, Peter’s confessions, the Transfiguration, the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus to Peter, Pentecost, and missionary activity.

“Made For A Miracle” From Your Ordinary to God’s Extraordinary

Beginning March 10th, join us for any one of our Lenten studies as we move from our ordinary, to God’s extraordinary!

Sundays 9:30 am – Jenn & Brian Linton
Tuesdays 10:30 am – Betty Smith
Tuesdays 6:30 pm – Betty Smith
Thursdays 11:00 am – Pastor Rebecca

At some time in our lives, most of us have prayed for or hoped for a miracle—an event that seems impossible but is brought about by God’s transcendent power. But when miracles occur, did you know that you have a role to play?

If that’s true, what’s the catch? What do we have to do? What’s it going to cost us?

Popular author and pastor Mike Slaughter examines the two components of every miracle: divine action and human responsibility. For a real miracle to take place, we must act with God, using whatever gifts, talents, and abilities we have and directing them toward God’s work. We need to follow the examples of Mary in the birth of Jesus, Jesus’ followers when he healed them, and Jesus’ disciples after he rose from the dead.

This Lent and Easter, use your God-given gifts and talents for God’s glory, and get ready to be made for a miracle.

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