We had over 200 participants join us in our 2020 Bicentennial Bible Challenge where we challenged individuals to read through the whole Bible. Many are now asking, what's next?
Well, it's one thing to read the Bible as a literary exercise, but it takes on new meaning when reading it dynamically as a disciple. The word “Disciple” comes from a Greek word that means “learner” or “student.” Thus, our call to be disciples of Christ is a continual call to be students of Christ. This means that if we believe that we have already learned all that there is to know, then we have likely missed the mark.
In 2021, all are invited to join us in a Dynamic Disciple Challenge. Our faith is not static—it is Dynamic! It is always evolving and changing as we continue to learn and grow. Beginning the week of February 1, we will have numerous Disciple I—and one Disciple II—Bible study groups starting via Zoom. If you would like more information about the Disciple Bible Studies, or if you would like to sign up to participate in one of the groups, please email Mike Mullin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you have read the Bible or not, this is a great way to engage our scriptures in a community seeking to deepen their discipleship.
Mondays, 4-5 pm led by Rev. Linda Clemow
Tuesdays, 3-4 pm led by Rev. Ruthellen Hoyle
Thursdays, 7-8 pm led by Ian Urriola
Fridays, 9:30-10:30 am led by Mike Mullin