Daily, from 01/01/2020 to 01/25/2020, 12:00 AM
New Groups begin in January!
New year, new you, why not join a new Bible Study? As we kick off 2020, we have a few new Bible Studies opening up for the ladies of E91. Daytime and evening options are available, and one evening group has childcare available. Everyone is welcome, and no previous Bible knowledge is needed. Questions? Email .
Wednesday Early Morning7:00 am – 8:30 am
Philippians and Colossians(from Joy of Living)
Philippians may be summed up by the word joy: joy in living, joy in service, joy in fellowship, and joy in rewards. Christ is the secret of our joy. Colossians proclaims Christ as the Head of the body. He is our life, and we are complete in Him. Paul urges us to be rooted in Jesus, to be built up in Him, to be hidden in Him, and to present Him to the world. Meets at E91 in the Great Room from January 15 – April 22.
Wednesday Morning 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Me, Myself and Lies by Jennifer Rothschild
This study encourages us to clean out the junk in our minds and replace hidden negative thoughts with positive truths from God's word. Meets at E91 in the Friendship Room beginning onJanuary 22.
Wednesday Evening 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm(childcare available)
The 23rd Psalmby Jennifer Rothschild
Do you know Psalm 23 by heart but haven't experienced its power? This beloved Psalm can breathe new life into you who are weary and unsure of your difficult days. It's more than a Psalm that comforts in death; it gives confidence in life. Meets at E91 from January 8 – April 8.
MONday Evening 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
The book of hosea by Jennifer Rothschild
The book of Hosea—it’s a deeply personal and passionate love story, yet it’s a difficult story. As an account full of harsh judgment unfolds, we find in its midst a rare and pure gem: the truest and purest of loves.
Hosea, an old-testament prophet, preached his own life message using his marriage as the sermon illustration. The study of Hosea looks deeply at that message. It provides background to better understand the intricacies of the man and his message. You’ll be guided to understand, but more especially to apply the message of the prophet of love.
The book will challenge us with judgment so harsh it will singe our hair—an unheeded sermon warning of devastating doom shortly to come. But it will show us the kind of love we dream about. Be amazed by the love of Hosea for his wayward spouse—and more amazed by the unfailing love of God for His wayward people, and for all people. Hosea showers us with hope—hints and portents pointing to the coming of the promised Messiah.