Registration for Bible Cafe is coming soon.
Bible Cafe is a group of women who focus on a more structured Bible study with a possible DVD and workbook homework to complete. Time for building community within the group will be integrated into the schedule. Homework for each study will be moderate. A full breakfast will be provided each week for groups meeting Wednesday mornings at CBC (no food contributions necessary). Weekly meetings will last approximately 2.5 hours.
All Bible Cafe groups will meet at CBC for the Fall 2017 semester, and there will be no childcare available.
Wednesday Mornings – “Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven"
This group will meet from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven will answer and clarify the most important questions Christians have about their future eternal home. Pastor David Jeremiah provides answers to questions about the nature of heaven, the kinds of bodies heaven’s occupants will have, why heaven will never be boring, why infants and small children will go to heaven, and the dwelling place God is preparing for Christians in heaven. Answers to those questions and more – 11 critical issues in all – are revealed.
Wednesday Nights – God is able
This group starts on Sept. 13 and will meet from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. with a light dinner provided. Impossible, Impenetrable, Unchangeable. Maybe so...until God gets involved. No matter the details of your circumstance, His raw power potential and immeasurable ability refuse to cover in the face of any challenge. Nothing is impossible with God. Nothing. Not even that thing! This book is the uplifting, best-selling author Priscilla Shirer – not a denial of life’s adversities and troubles, but a biblical reminder that God is always up to great things, even when His great things are greater than instant remedies and visible change. He is God who cares...and a God who CAN. Believe it. Experience it. God Is Able.
Tuesday Mornings – Precepts study of galatians
This group will meet from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and will have light snacks provided. As the gospel spread across the Roman world in the first decades after Jesus’ earthly ministry, conflict arose. Jews and Gentiles were believing the gospel, and a struggle over what it meant to be a Christian began. What does it mean to live under grace? Do you have to keep the Law to be a Christian? All of it or just part of it? Who is right? How will we know?
God used an apostle to write a letter to some churches that were struggling with this issue, a letter that still speaks today. Its message clearly defines the relationship between Law and grace, and how Christians live under grace, led by the Spirit, free from bondage.