Calendar

Sep
26
Sat
The Book of Nehemiah
Sep 26 @ 5:45 PM – 7:00 PM

Confirmation #: 10831609
Description: The work of rebuilding the temple had begun but the people had run into opposition and obstacles for their endeavor. They needed a strong and Godly leader. Nehemiah was that man. He loved Jerusalem and was anguished to see it come to ruin, so he acted! He got permission to lead another wave of Israelites back to Jerusalem to rebuild the wall. Nehemiah helped rebuild the wall and the spiritual life of the nation.
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]ills.com
Resources: Rm 301
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10831609&OccID=444619497

Sep
27
Sun
The Book of Ecclesiastes
Sep 27 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10831644
Description: Why are we here and what is the meaning of life? These questions and more are addressed in this book. Most human beings wrestle with these key questions in life. Sometimes the questions are asked by individuals who are depressed or cynical, but often people are just trying to find their place in the world. Wise King Solomon wrestled with these same questions and the result is the Book of Ecclesiastes.
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=10831644&OccID=444620998

The Book of Luke
Sep 27 @ 8:15 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10828166
Description: Jesus came to save the whole world—every race, gender, social status, and age group. That is the gospel, in a nutshell. The Gospel writer Luke wrote an historical account of the life of Christ to show how this is true. He wrote to a church on conflict where the hot button topic of the day was whether Christianity was a fulfillment of Judaism or a new religion. Luke showed how Jesus fulfills the Hebrew Scriptures and died to save anyone, Jew or Gentile, who puts their faith in Him.
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=10828166&OccID=444482658

The Book of Romans
Sep 27 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10828154
Description: Romans may be the most influential book ever written. Three major figures in the Christian faith were converted through the text: Saint Augustine, Martin Luther, and John Wesley. Romans is still transforming lives today with a clear explanation of salvation for anyone to understand. This book study will help you understand how Romans influenced all of Christian theology and we will also be discussing the difference between Gentile Christians and Jewish Christians.
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=10828154&OccID=444482313

The Books of 1 & 2 Corinthians
Sep 27 @ 8:15 AM – 9:30 AM

Confirmation #: 10828143
Description: Corinthians remains a vital resource for today’s churches. No letter the apostle penned explores as many issues—both doctrinal and behavioral—as his first letter to this problem church. In some ways, modern society is mirrored as the culture deals with many of the same issues seen in this book of the Bible. The wisdom we see here also shows us the relentless love, unshakeable dedication, and pastoral heart of this apostle to the gentiles. These books really address the issues facing families.
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=10828143&OccID=444482268

The Book of Hebrews
Sep 27 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10821491
Description: Hebrews may be the most neglected book in the New Testament. Perhaps because it freely quotes so much of the Old Testament, especially the Pentateuch, many believers are reluctant to dig deeper into its message. Some may be hindered by the more complex theological passages in the Hebrews.
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=10821491&OccID=444200403

The Book of Jeremiah
Sep 27 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10823512
Description: Jeremiah is called the “weeping prophet” because his life seemed to consist of one hardship after another and because of his tearful response to his prophecies. Jeremiah’s messages of doom were not well received. His own town plotted against him and he endured a ton of persecution. He never married, and for all his 40 years of preaching, he seems to have had only two converts. Jeremiah was rejected, lonely, and imprisoned, and he even felt betrayed by God at one point.
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=10823512&OccID=444300069

The Book of Leviticus
Sep 27 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10831528
Description: After the high drama of Exodus, the biblical narrative slows down a bit. Readers of the Bible are sometimes tempted to skip over this book of rules and regulations. However, Leviticus shows us how important it is to God to maintain fellowship with His people and will go to great lengths to make that possible. The title “Leviticus” literally means “pertaining to the Levites or the tribe of Levi.”
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=10831528&OccID=444616154

The Book of Philippians
Sep 27 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10821620
Description: The city of Philippi was located in Macedonia and the church there was one Paul had founded from the Book of Acts. He wrote this book while in prison and we see how he explains his circumstances to the concerned church here in Philippi. If you would like to learn how to stay positive in troubles, this is the book to study! For more information: https://cascadehills.com/cascade-u/the-book-of-philippians-2/
Contact Name: Kathryn Bryant
Contact Number: 706-327-5743
Contact Email: [email protected]
Resources: Rm 216
Event Details: http://public.serviceu.com/calendar/EventDetails.asp?OrgKey=8056ba38-ee00-4e85-af38-0c2956a5415d&EventID=10821620&OccID=444204152

The Books of 1 & 2 Timothy
Sep 27 @ 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Confirmation #: 10821521
Description: Three of Paul’s letters make up the body of what New Testament scholars dub the “pastoral epistles.” The central theme of each letter focuses on apostolic advice and encouragement as the early church began to formally organize. Paul encourages the young pastors, Timothy and Titus, to remain faithful in an increasingly hostile environment. For more information or to register: https://cascadehills.com/cascade-u/the-books-of-1-2-timothy-2/
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=10821521&OccID=444201429

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