A study of the scriptural names of God. Using resources from the Blue Letter Bible, we study the names of God from the Old Testament(Jehovah Raah, Quannah, etc) and from 365 Names and Characteristics of God by John Paul Jackson) his names and attributes from all of the Bible. The aim is to look at these names and have God reveal Himself to us in that way and to discover more of His personality and character by the names He chooses for Himself.
Intercessory Prayer group – High level intercession for the promised messy revival, move of the Holy Spirit in the services, the pastors and any other issue that is on the heart of God and the pastors. (For those who have participated previously, this will be the same type of intercessory group as last fall and spring. New intercessors welcome!)
The Daniel Plan program helps to equip us with the practical tools to bring health into every area of our lives!
This fall, our group will incorporate what we learned last semester about healthy eating with a special focus on improving fitness. Meetings will include a short video, fellowship, discussion and prayer time, recipe exchanging and a healthy snack to enjoy, and working on learning some “fitness moves” that we can incorporate into our own fitness regimens.
The content is geared toward new Christians and those who have known the Lord for years. The purpose is to cause folks to get closer to Jesus and to find their talents to use for His Kingdom. It is also a requirement for church membership. Although it is presented in a class format there will be time for discussions and Q&A. Here is a list of the topics covered:
1) Intro to CCC and the Bible
2) Repentance, Salvation, Justification, & Sanctification
3) Water Baptism and Baptism in the Holy Spirit
5) Prayer, Praise, and Worship
6) Deliverance and the Occult
8) The Local church and Fellowship
9) Pathway to maturity
10) Personality and Gift Discovery
11) How CCC Works
12) The IMPACT Team
By Chip Ingram
Fatigue, shallow relationships, fractured families . . . these are just a few of the troubling side-effects of a frenetic culture that seems to be “always running but never arriving.” Learn to make “love” your #1 priority, slow down to a “meaningful speed,” concentrate on what really matters—and simplify your life.
What do I think God is like? This is one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves and one of the most important aspects of our faith. Our small group will be based on the book “God is Good: He’s Better Than You Think” by Bill Johnson and will include watching video teachings as well as discussion of the book. We promise it will be challenging, but it will also be life changing and life giving.
Join us for this time of faith-building and support for one another as we
believe God together to bring our prodigals “home.” A short encouraging
devotional reminding us of God’s heart for our loved ones will be followed by a time of prayer for them.
Using Chip Ingram’s parenting curriculum, we’ll study and discuss how to parent kids in this day and age. There will be some Thursdays that we won’t be able to meet, but the goal is to have at least 10 meetings, starting on September 14th.
We will be making lap sized quilts while exploring how God has made each of us as individual as our quilts.
This is a 12 session DVD study by Chip Ingram.
How to Respond to Today’s Most Divisive Issues
Bring light – not heat – to divisive issues! Helping you talk openly and respectfully about today’s challenging topics, Chip reveals and calls into question presuppositions on both sides. He believes that basing our convictions on research, reason, and biblical truth, we’ll be able to speak the truth in love on abortion, homosexuality, sex, politics, the environment, and more. Culture Shock is every engaged believer’s must-have guidebook to replacing reactionary hate with revolutionary love.
This 12 part study includes the following messages:
What Ever Happened to Right and Wrong?
Human Sexuality: The Search for the Truth About Sex
Homosexuality: What Do You Say to a Gay Friend?
Understanding Abortion: A Thoughtful Analysis
The Church and the Environment
The Church and Politics