Pastor Bryan Schindel
Sundays during Sunday School hour
We will read and discuss the NT scripture selections together. Come and find out more about Jesus and grow together in Him.
“Getting to know Jesus—a study on the Gospel of John”
Deaconess Norma Polk
Wednesdays 7-8:30. Soup supper at 6:30. Feel free to help cook!
September 13, 2017 - May 2, 2018
Lobby at Cross and Resurrection
Often times we think that we know everything about our best friend, and then we discover that that's not the case. It’s the same with Jesus. We may think we know everything about Him, but do we? I know Jesus walked on water, but why did he do that? Did Jesus get angry? Why? Most importantly, how is Jesus relevant in my life? What better way to get to know Jesus than to study the Gospel?
Let’s take this journey together. We will explore the Gospel of John inductively, where we will make observation from the text. In trying to understand the text we will answer three questions: What does it say? What does it mean? What does it mean for my life? To make the most of the discussion session, reading the text to be studied before the weekly meeting is very important.
Pastor Bryan Schindel
Wednesdays at 6:30am (morning!)
Fellowship Hall, Cross and Resurrection
Coffee and donuts will be served while we read and discuss the content of this book and apply them in our lives to grow strong in Christ together.
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