Calendar

Apr
4
Sat
The Book of Esther
Apr 4 @ 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Confirmation #: 10823527
Description: Two books of the Bible have women as lead characters and the story of Esther is one. With all the features of a plot right out of a movie, we read the story of a beautiful woman who has been forced into marriage to the King of the land. Distraught, Esther finds herself in the center of a huge political plot where an evil villain tries not only to kill her but all the Jews in the land.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 204
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10823527&OccID=444300533

The Book of Nahum
Apr 4 @ 5:45 PM – 7:00 PM

Confirmation #: 10840504
Description: An interesting Book which shares how God judged the city of Nineveh, but just 100 years earlier, we see how God spared the same city after Jonah preached repentance to avoid God’s wrath.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 301
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10840504&OccID=444988046

Apr
5
Sun
The Book of Ephesians
Apr 5 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 PM

Confirmation #: 10821738
Description: Ephesus was one of the greatest cities of Asia Minor. The temple of Artemis— one of the seven wonders of the ancient world — stood in the city, making it the regional center of pagan worship. Paul stayed in Ephesus for about three years and began a church here. It is quite remarkable to imagine that this book was also written while under arrest and in prison in Rome.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 220
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10821738&OccID=444209391

The Book of Mark
Apr 5 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10828203
Description: Mark, which is the shortest of the Gospels, takes a different view than the other three. This is a narrative full of action. Jesus is seen on the move; He heals in one city and quickly moves onto the next. This account from Mark shows the Lord Jesus as a suffering servant: “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.” Based on our Pastor’s fantastic Mark series, this DVD series will help you grow as you study this book.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: 203
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10828203&OccID=444484375

The Book of Matthew
Apr 5 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10828205
Description: Matthew has been known as the teacher’s gospel mainly because of the methodical way Matthew put his Gospel together. Perhaps that is why the early church quoted this Gospel more than any other. Matthew would not have been anyone’s choice though to write a book in the Bible as he was a hated tax collector. Yet, in God’s redemptive plan, Matthew was the perfect person to start the New Testament. Jesus came to save sinners and it is one of the themes all through the book.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 204
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10828205&OccID=444484387

The Book of Psalms
Apr 5 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10831628
Description: Anyone discouraged should take the time to read the Book of Psalms. This is actually the hymnbook for the Hebrew people. Someone has said that the Psalms play on every keyboard of the human emotion; it is meant to comfort those in pain and also help with doubts, hopes, cares, perplexities, etc. The Holy Spirit will minister to those who read the Book and is a veritable storehouse for helping us to understand and grow.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 205
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10831628&OccID=444620955

The Book of Acts
Apr 5 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10828157
Description: Standing as a sequel to the Gospels and a bridge to the epistles, the Book of Act connects what took place from Jesus’ death and resurrection through the beginning of the early church. Most scholars agree the apostle Luke wrote the book of Acts.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: 217
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10828157&OccID=444482332

The Book of Genesis
Apr 5 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10831518
Description: The first book of the Bible is named Genesis which means “beginning,” “generation,” or “birth.” The Book of Genesis tells us about the beginning of creation, the beginning of human history, the beginning of sin, and how God planned a promise for salvation. God reveals Himself to humankind in Genesis. In Genesis, we learn about the Fall of Man, the Flood, and the dispersion of nations. All the seeds of truth you find in this book are found throughout the rest of the Bible.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 204
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10831518&OccID=444615714

The Book of Job
Apr 5 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10831621
Description: In times of trouble when everything seems to be going wrong, people turn to the book of Job. It is a book for people in pain. It is also a book for those who doubt God’s decisions and His goodness. It is a book for all of us. Since we will all face moments and times in our lives where we ask, “Why God? Why do I have to go through this?” In short, the theme of Job is the problem of pain: If God loves us and is all-powerful, why does He allow us to suffer?
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 211
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10831621&OccID=444620161

The Book of Joel
Apr 5 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10840473
Description: The Book of Joel opens just after a locust plague had destroyed the wine and the grain crops, threatening the livelihood of God’s people and making it nearly impossible for anyone to present the prescribed offerings in the temple. In a day before nonperishable food, such a plague would bring death to many. With both their physical and spiritual life tested, how would God’s people respond? Would they trust God or turn away?
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: 218
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10840473&OccID=444986848