NEW Men’s Bible Study
When: Wednesdays at 7:30 PM
IMPORTANT! We will not be meeting at church for our study until further notice. We will meet via Zoom meetings. Please see info below. Please see the Zoom conference call information below and log in each week to Zoom from an iPad or computer. If you do not have Zoom, we advise that you download it before Wednesday night.
About the Bible Study: Many Christians—from the CEO to the teacher to the stay-at-home mom—spend a great deal of time working and yet do not realize how their work intersects with their faith. They compartmentalize their faith to Sunday morning and see the rest of their week as having little to do with their walk with God. Scripture, however, makes no division between the sacred and secular parts of our lives. God gives us our work, talent and skills so that through them we might worship Him.
This six-part Bible study resource will challenge all of us to consider the reason God calls us to work. It will cause you to consider why He may have you in your current position and encourage you to look beyond how your job makes you feel and see purpose and significance in your work.
Through powerful biblical teaching, real-life documentary stories and engaging video illustrations, this series will help us understand the biblical mandate for work. We have been called to work with excellence, integrity, and diligence, and our careers are opportunities to be on mission for Christ in the marketplace. God gives us great potential for impact on our families, churches, communities and the world through the blessing of our work.
Men’s Fall Retreat
When: October 9-11
Where: Brookhaven Christian Retreat center near Tyler, TX (www.brookhavenretreat.org)
Cost: $150* (includes 3 meals on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and retreat t-shirt) *Please contact with any questions or for scholarship assistance.
Retreat Theme: The Outrage of Grace
Grace doesn’t make demands. It just gives. And from our vantage point, it always gives to the wrong person. We see this over and over again in the Gospels: Jesus is always giving to the wrong people—prostitutes, tax collectors, half-breeds. The most extravagant sinners of Jesus’ day receive his most compassionate welcome. Join us as Tullian Tchividjian explores the outrage of grace and how it can set us free.