Monday night Bible study

Our weekly Bible study of 1 Corinthians meets on Mondays at 7:30pm Eastern via Zoom. All are welcome.

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How to study the Bible

Anyone has the ability to study the Bible, either independently or in a group. Here’s a guide.

  1. Start with a verse
    Read it several times through, ideally in more than one translation. Bible websites are a great resource for this.
  2. What is the intended audience?
    Who was the verse originally written for, or to? If you’re not sure, Wikipedia does a great job of explaining that.
  3. What is the message and context?
    What is the verse saying to its intended audience, and what was likely going on in their lives at the time?
  4. How does it help understand God better?
    What aspect of God’s nature or relationship to us is the author trying to convey to the intended audience?
  5. How does it inform my relationship to God?
    Based on everything above, what is the verse revealing to you personally about God?
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The hard sayings of Jesus

Inspired by the writings of Lloyd John Ogilvie, this sermon series examines some of the best-known sayings of Jesus, discusses what often confuses people about them, and offers insights into how they can be related to modern living.

Free to Make My Own Choices

The road to freedom

A six-part Bible study based on the following Lenten readings:

  • John 14:1-4, Ephesians 3:12-13, Acts 15
  • Luke 15:1-3, 11-32
  • Mark 7
  • Matthew 25:1-40, Micah 6:8
  • Mark 14:12-26, 1 Corinthians 11:17-26
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