Sunday Morning Bible Studies

Sunday Early Morning Bible Study

Jan. 15th – Feb. 26th  (6 weeks)
Sundays 8:30 – 9:25 a.m. in the Mission Room
[Come to this class, then go to the 9:30 a.m. Worship Service]

The Life You’ve Always Wanted by John Ortberg

    • What does true spiritual life really look like?
    • What keeps you from living such a life?
    • How can you pursue it?

If you are tired of the status quo – if you suspect there is more to Christianity than what you have experienced – join us as John Ortberg’s book points to a road of transformation and spiritual vigor that anyone can take.

As in a marathon, the secret lies not in trying harder, but in training consistently. Proven by followers of Jesus over the centuries, the spiritual disciplines are exercises that strengthen your endurance on the road of growth. As you continue down that road, you will see the signposts – joy, peace, kindness, and las the hallmarks of a faith that is vital, real, and growing.

Join us for a time of study and discussion as we view a video each week that focuses us on the ancient path of the spiritual disciplines.

Led by Pat Grill


Sunday Mid-Morning Bible Study

Jan. 15th – May 14th
Sundays 10:30 – 11:50 a.m. in the Mission Room
[Come to this class after the 9:30 a.m. Worship Service]

Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Romans has been called the greatest theological document ever written. In this letter, the apostle Paul explains the Good News – the climactic revelation of God to the world through his Son, the Lord Jesu Christ. Paul reflects on the human condition, on the meaning of our lives on earth, and on our hope for the world to come. He constantly moves u back to the fundamentals of God’s truth revealed in Christ, and he teaches us to deal with the problems, failures, and disputes that characterize life in this world. (NLV Study Bible, p.1888)

The book of Romans is the most sustained explanation of the heart of the gospel, and the most thrilling exploration of how that gospel goes to work in our hearts. (Timothy Keller, p.7)

Join us for this in-depth, verse by verse, study of Romans. The writings of Timothy Keller, John Barclay and theologians from various study bibles will be our guide as we walk our way to a better understanding of the gospel message for our lives.

Led by Bill Pabst

 


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For more information about our Adult Education Programs contact Pat Grill, Director of Adult Education at patg@pctr.org or 732-349-1331 x245.