Sunday Bible Study (9:45 – 10:30 a.m.)
July 1 – September 30
An Overview of Systematic Theology, Part 1
Teacher – Bill Moore
What do we believe and why do we believe that? Little matters more than this. What is theology? How has God revealed himself? What’s so special about the Bible? How can we be assured that the Bible is sufficient, has authority over us, and is infallible and inerrant? How did we get the Bible? Who is God? What is he like? How can we know him? How is God three persons but yet one essence?
To guide us in understanding these questions, we will utilize video lectures by Dr. R. C. Sproul, Sr., the late founder and president of Ligonier Ministries, along with further examination and discussion of each lecture.
Teacher – Drew Trammell
The Book of Zechariah, one of the twelve minor prophets, was written to comfort and encourage the exiles returning to Jerusalem from Babylon. This is also evident in his name which means “The Lord Remembers”. This short book is filled with references to Christ as The Coming Messiah; therefore Christ is the key to understanding it. We will attempt to cover about one chapter per Sunday as we work our way through the book.
Philippians: Christ, the Source of Joy and Strength
Teacher – Gary French
If people were to search for joy, they probably would not think to look in prison. But that is exactly where Paul wrote the wonderful and encouraging letter of Philippians about joy. Through Paul, the Holy Spirit taught that circumstances don’t dictate the quality of joy believers have in Christ. How did Paul find joy in prison? He didn’t. He took his joy in Christ into jail with him; therefore, joy was his continual companion. We will learn about our joy in Christ by a verse-by-verse examination of Philippians using the MacArthur Study Guide.