Are you looking for answers? Looking for a change? Wondering what God’s Word has to say about your life, your future, your purpose? Disciple is a life-changing, in-depth exploration of the Bible. Participants read and learn daily from the Bible and meet weekly in a small-group setting for discussion and fellowship.
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Starting January 21, 2018 is Disciple 3: Remember Who You Are , a 34-week study focusing on the major and minor Old Testament prophets and Paul’s 13 letters. Several themes weave their way through the study – the call to remember; the call to repentance; the need for renewed vision; and the place of community. The prophets and Paul are continually calling hearers and readers back to their God and to a sense of who they are as a people”set apart.”
In 2017, we offered the following classes:
“Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study”
The first Disciple Bible study serves as the basis for all other studies in the Disciple family that follow. Over the course of 34 weeks, Disciple 1 covers the entire Bible (Old and New Testaments), following the biblical story from Creation to the New Jerusalem. Daily readings and reflection (about 30 minutes per day) help group members prepare for each week’s session.
“Into the Word, Into the World”
Disciple 2: “Into the Word Into the World” is the second study in the four-phase Disciple program and is prepared for those who are graduates of Disciple: “Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study.” This study proclaims the transforming power of Scripture while teaching Bible study skills that take participants deeper into the Scripture. The importance of keeping Bible study related to witness is reinforced while participants are encouraged to practice spiritual disciplines arising out of Scripture for the purpose of changing habits and transforming lives. Also emphasized is the rhythm of coming to God and going for God, of being in the Word and in the world individually and corporately. This study understands the growing Christian as under discipline in community and in ministry to the world.