TUESDAY BIBLE STUDY
Tuesdays · 6:30 – 7:30am · Fellowship Hall · Teacher: David Borror
Beginning promptly at 6:30am, you’ll enjoy the fresh morning coffee, bagels and donuts, Bible study, encouragement, prayer, discussion, and community with other men.
Genuine Faith – the Book of James
Living out what we say we believe has always come with challenges. It was a major issue in the early Christian church, and James addresses the essential measurements that gauge the genuineness of a true, living, and maturing faith. What was a needed practical instruction in the first century, is equally as valuable and challenging in 2020.
Through this study, we will learn how to deal with trials and temptations, how enduring adversity ultimately brings joy, the value of extending mercy to others, the power of words for good not evil, and how to fight against the passions at war within us.
More than any other book in the New Testament, James spotlights the necessity for our actions to be in accordance with our proclaimed faith. We’ll be challenged to take a close look at our day-to-day lives and be affirmed by the overlap and be challenged by the gaps.
Special Feature: Pastor Chris Norman will begin this New Year study with a two-week equipping oriented series on how to effectively and meaningfully study God’s Word. This will provide an important foundation for us to get the most from our personal time in reading and learning from the Scriptures. Don’t miss the first two weeks – January 7 & 14. The study in James will begin on Tuesday, January 21.