Adult Bible Studies Winter 2022 | Sessions
The parable of the Prodigal Son teaches us that wherever we’ve been or whatever we’ve done, God is ready to open God’s arms in love when we decide to return home.
Topics:Luke 15:11-32Luke 15ABSAdult Sunday School
The leaders and moral make-up of Israel’s tribes fell into a downward spiral after Abimelech.
Joseph’s story reminds us that our choices have the power to carry God’s story forward. We don’t know in the moment or maybe even in retrospect what impac...
Matthew surely had Numbers 24:17 in mind as he wrote about the star the Magi saw.
Matthew intends for us to see Jesus as a new Moses. Just as Moses survived, Jesus survived.
Paul wanted the Christians in Galatia to understand that the promises that had been made to Abraham and the Israelites had been extended to them through the pow...
The parable of the Prodigal Son teaches us that wherever we’ve been or whatever we’ve done, God is ready to open God’s arms in love when we decide to retu...
Jesus prayed that we would have God’s Spirit upon us to carry out God’s will for the world. God calls us to show up and live out our faith so that God’s k...
Paul knew that life in a Christian community isn’t perfect or always easy.
This strange parable reminds us that we cannot be like the king, raging when the invitations to the table are not received. Our job is to set the table. Our job...
For John, love is the working definition of who God is and what God is like.
Solomon’s crude solution to a pressing issue reveals not only the depth of a mother’s love but also gives us a glimpse of God’s love toward us.
The friendship of Jonathan and David reminds us that our relationships can and do make a difference in God’s economy.
Matthew 16 calls us not just to hear the Lenten story, but to participate in it. Jesus is on a journey, and we are invited to walk along with him.
Join our three hosts as they discuss various biblical and theological issues.