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In II Corinthians 4:6, we read: “For God, who said, ‘Let light shine out of darkness,’ has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.” How do we as believers respond to the darkness around us? The cure is not found in government, education or finances, but in the glory of God as revealed through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
"...in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them." --Genesis 1:27
In Colossians we learn of the preeminence of Christ and the completeness of the salvation He provides. Christ is completely sufficient for every spiritual and practical need of the believer. Please join us as we explore the beauties of Christ’s supremacy and the adventure of a life submitted to Him.
"...and they devoted themselves to the apostles teaching, the fellowship, the breaking of bread and the prayers." --Acts 2:42
G&C Summer Series on Discernment: discernment in life, spiritual discernment, and discernment in dating
Ephesians portrays Jesus Christ, our All in All! Come join us as we discover how our position in Christ affects our practice in life, and learn how to have a spiritual walk that is rooted in Christ's spiritual wealth.
Bobby Parks, teaching through Ephesians at G&C Fall Retreat 2015
Galatians has been called the Christian’s Declaration of Independence and as such is the Charter of Christian Liberty. Come and join us as we learn about both the saving and sanctifying power of the Gospel of God’s grace and the glorious freedom that is ours in Christ.
The Heart of the Issue
We’ll look at the heart of true beauty, God’s perfect design for us.
Practical Application
We’ll have fun talking and looking at specific models of true beauty.
Sexual Purity
We’ll talk about sex and the single girl in today’s sex obsessed world.
In the first century, the writer of Hebrews wrote to encourage Jewish Christians to stay firm in their commitment to the faith based upon the absolute supremacy of Christ - a supremacy which "allows no challenge, whether from human or angelic beings." This quarter we will examine carefully those teachings, and apply them to the areas of our lives where we are challenged to shrink away from the faith.
When we as Christians grow in our understanding of the privileges of our salvation, the blessings of our election, and the theology of suffering, we then strive to live in holiness and humility, waiting for the great future hope of sharing Christ’s glory.
Paul exhorting the Thessalonians to excel in their faith & challenges them to stay on target as they labor for the Lord and look towards His return. Come join us as we learn from this epistle about Jesus Christ, the Coming One.
Realizing that behavior is based on belief, Paul charges Timothy to watch his life and his doctrine closely. Join us as we study this pastoral epistle and learn how to think and act according to God's Word, that "you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God, which is the church of the living God..." (I Timothy 3:15).
In II Peter we discover how believers are to respond to persecution from without. In II Peter we discover how believers are to respond to false teaching from within. In order for us to not be carried away by doctrines of deceit, we must grow in our understanding, hold firmly to and arm ourselves with the Truth. Come join us as we learn the importance of growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
James has been called “A Practical Guide to Christian Life and Conduct.” Come join us as we take a look at this “Proverbs of the New Testament” and learn how true faith works!
Mark portrays Jesus Christ as the Servant of God. We will be taking a look at the life of Christ: His service, surrender, sacrifice and salvation.
God has given us the blessing of peace in Jesus Christ our Lord as well as the privilege to be about His work of peacemaking. Here we will learn how to live in a dynamic relationship with our family, our church, and the world by learning our role as a peacemaker and being equipped with the skills of peacemaking.
"...and they devoted themselves to the apostles teaching, the fellowship, the breaking of bread and the prayers." --Acts 2:42
Culture both screams and whispers to us its own definition of what we’re supposed to be as men and women. We’ve had this modeled to us in helpful and harmful ways. But what does Scripture reveal to us regarding God’s calling and desire for us as men and women? We’ll explore God’s Word and grow in grace and toward acceptance of who God has made us to be, while putting off the deception and comparison that seeks to rob us of living out His plan.
In this series, Todd Carlisle and Mike Murphy teach through Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, by Donald S. Whitney. This is an excellent study that will bear much spiritual fruit in your life.
Temptation is an equal opportunity struggle, effecting everyone in some form or fashion. This study is designed to take us on a journey through the scriptures that will hopefully help us understand the goal of temptation, and identify the keys to being obedient in the midst of the enticement.
A practical look at the Gospel in everyday life as the power of a Triune God completes what He has begun in the life of those in Christ.
"Whatever we do in life - in our family, workplace, neighborhood and church - we are to do it in honor of Jesus: to imitate Him, to obey Him, to clothe ourselves in His character, and to spread the knowledge and fame of Him wherever we go."
Join us in studying how we can take seriously our calling to "be holy, as God is holy", as we go through the book The Hole in Our Holiness: Filling the Gap between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Godliness by Kevin DeYoung.
"And Jesus began to speak to them in parables." We will take a look at the parables taught by Jesus that are unique to this Gospel. We will attempt to gain a better understanding of the cultural context and how the people of Jesus' time would have received the stories, and then practically apply them to our modern day issues.
What do we as Christians believe and why do we believe it? Join us as we study the Confession—written between 1643 and 1649 and discover that it is still applicable today—as we face the same questions people have asked for thousands of years.


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