Dead Theologians Society Men’s Group
Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians plus Commentary by Richard Phillips (cost: $30)
This is an opportunity to dive deep into Paul's letter to the Ephesians and explore how some of Scripture's deepest teaching about God, salvation, and the church, connects with our daily life.
Thursdays at 6:15 am - First E Free
All God’s Children & Blue Suede Shoes: Christians & Popular Culture by Ken Myers (cost: $5)
Modern Christians face the challenge of living with a popular culture that sets the pace and priorities of our lives. This study will help us live as disciples in this culture with wisdom and discernment.
Mondays at 6:30 am - HyVee (57th & Cliff)
Wednesdays at 12:00 pm - Cody's Smokehouse (6401 S Louise Ave)
Saturdays at 7:00 am - Josiah's Coffeehouse (101 S Reid St)
Thursday Morning Bible Study
Thursday Mornings from 9-11am starting March 29. We will have two options for our mornings this spring. Please sign up by March 11!
The first option is Ezra-Haggai, a Precept Study by Kay Arthur. “Does God Keep His Promises? Do you ever wonder? The answer is yes! Yes, He does keep His promises! Yes, He does what He says He will do. If you have ever wrestled with questions about God’s power and love, this study will set you free.“ Cost is $15.
The second option is “Loving God with All Your Mind” by Elizabeth George. “Focusing on six main scripture passages, she helps readers understand what it means to truly let your mind think on what is true about God and about life, striving toward God’s purpose for life and trusting the Lord in all things.” Cost is $12.
Childcare will be provided up through age 5. Please sign up on the sheet in the foyer, by calling the church office, or by emailing Mary Lynne Johnson at
Please indicate the names and ages of all children you plan to enroll in the nursery or childcare program. We would love to have you join us!
If you have questions, please email Mary Lynne.
Tuesday Evening Bible Study
From Garden to Glory by Courtney Doctor (cost: $20)
It includes Scripture from Genesis to Revelation and is a beautiful, epic, and cohesive story of how our eternal God is on a grand mission to redeem and restore his rebellious and wayward children. But it is not a story meant to merely inform us. The story itself is meant to transform us and invite us to participate in this glorious redemption of all things!
Every other Tuesday evening from 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Adult Sunday School
Fellowship Hall with Jim Power - The Gospel of Mark
In his gospel, Mark gives us his Spirit-inspired perspective of Jesus' ministry. Mark both models for us what it means to know Jesus and what it looks like for others when God is known.
Room 110 with Terry Preheim - How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth
We only know God as well as we know his word. This class aims to improve our ability to understand the glorious riches of God's mind revealed in the pages of a book, so that we might better know God and be more ready to make him known.
Room 106 College & 20’s Class with Mike Austin - The Book of Romans
This class is for college students and young adults who are in the early stages of their professions. The class will start with a round circle group discussion of the Sunday morning sermon. Next, we will look at the book of Romans following the preaching schedule of Pastor Randy’s archived sermons. The last part of the class will be an analysis of a selection from CS Lewis.