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Called Bible Study
God calls us to a life that we could never imagine on our own. Throughout the Bible, God interrupts the lives of ordinary men and women, calling and empowering them to lives of service they never could have imagined on their own! Discover how to hear and respond to the unique call God is placing on your life through the stories of ordinary people found in the Bible. Called will examine the lives of the Abraham, Samuel, Esther and Mary Magdalene, Jonah, and the beloved disciple. The same God that called these unlikely characters calls you, too, to bring hope and transformation to the world. Rev. Katie Montgomery Mears will lead this exciting six-week study from the book by Susan Robb. Cost: To be determined.
Sundays │ May 5, 12, 19, June 2, 9, 16
4-5 p.m. │ Room ES308/313 │ Led by Rev. Katie Montgomery Mears
Men’s Life Spring 2019
The phrase “one another” is used more than 100 times in the New Testament. Love one another. Honor one another. Welcome one another. The early church did not grow because the members stood on the street corner and passed out tracts. The early church grew because it was clear something amazing was happening in the midst of that band of believers. The people loved one another, treating each other in a way that demonstrated to the whole world that following Jesus Christ can truly make a difference in one’s life. The Spring Semester of Men’s Life will take a look at all the ways the New Testament teaches us to “one another” those with whom we work and play. We invite men of all ages to join Dr. Tom Pace for teaching, a light breakfast and round-table discussion.
Wednesdays, January 23 – April 10
(no meeting March 13)
6:30-7:45 a.m. | Fellowship Hall
Led by Dr. Tom Pace
Men’s Breakfast Group
Join men of all ages for breakfast, study and fellowship on Thursday morning at the Buffalo Grill.
Thursdays │ Ongoing
Buffalo Grill (4080 Bissonnet)
Led by John Holmes
Mom’s Bible Study
A weekly Bible study for mothers of children, led by Children’s Ministries Director, Julie Ellerbrock. Moms are super busy; yet, we all need time with Christ and time with each other as we journey through motherhood. This commitment is simple – just come. The conversations are rich. The studies are impactful. The relationships formed are life-changing. Childcare is available at no cost to participants with an advance reservation. Contact Adrian Chandler to make a childcare reservation at [email protected]. For more information or to receive a copy of the book or current study, contact Julie Ellerbrock at [email protected].
Tuesdays │ Ongoing
9:15-10:30 a.m. │ Room ES314
Led by Julie Ellerbrock
Busy Moms’ Bible Study
Striking a balance between work, motherhood, and all of the other things that fill up our lives can be tough. Bible study may get pushed to the side because it feels like one more thing on the “to do” list… but the truth is that time spent studying scripture and being in fellowship with other women brings refreshment. Join Lori and Katie on Wednesdays at lunch time for encouragement and meaningful discussion about our faith.
Wednesdays │ Ongoing
11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. │ Room ES309
Led by Lori Fahrbach and
Rev. Katie Montgomery Mears
Bible Study for Women: The Gospel Project
The Gospel Project takes us on a chronological, Christ-centered journey through the storyline of Scripture. Women of all ages are invited to join. Cost $5.
Wednesdays │ Ongoing
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. │ Room ES308
Led by Elizabeth Farish
and Cathy Looger
Go With Grace: A Women’s Bible Study
Come, learn and grow with other women who are seeking to learn how to live and love as Jesus through Bible study, prayer and fellowship.
Thursdays │ Ongoing
7:15-8:30 a.m. │ Hines Baker Room
Led by Rhonda Ward and
Dr. Linda Christians
SCRIPTURE + SHARED
Scripture+Shared is a church-wide Bible Study ministry with materials written by St. Luke’s clergy launched every fall and spring for 8-10 weeks. The studies feature daily and weekly readings, as well as a video lesson. You can access the material by downloading the Scripture+Shared app or by clicking here. For more information contact Kathy Neely at [email protected] or call her at 713-402-5139.