Journeys (Wed PM Program) / Spiritual Formation

Journeys Fall 2016 – Session 3

journeys-artworkWednesdays at 6 pm

Pastor’s Bible Study – The Gospel of Mark
Wednesdays through December 7th;  Fellowship Hall
continues with Chris George and Bart McNiel

Ruth, the Heart of a Care Giver – How to find hope and respite in the face of adversity.
October 5th; Room 223

Led by Amy Hentschel, founder of Senior Provisions, a senior care consulting company.

This one hour seminar has benefits for all people but especially women, anyone in a caregiver role, and
those who visit and minister to the home bound.  Featured topics:

• How we are created as caregivers
• Our perception from pleasant to bitter
• Our motivations matter
• How we are equipped for caregiving
• Sharing of resources

You will leave renewed, refreshed and ready!  God is our source of strength and provision through all of our circumstances. Walk the journey with Ruth as she finds redemption and grace and speaks to you about endurance.

Raising Teens in an Almost Christian World
October 5th, 12th, 19th; Room 220
Led by Rev. Jeremy Colliver, Minister to Families with Youth

These sessions are based on the book by the same name by Dietrich Kirk, Executive Director of the Center
for Youth Ministry Training and a National Study on Youth and Religion.  In a world where the church and parents are having a difficult time passing on the Christian faith to young people, this study will encourage families to embark
on journeys to know and love God.

How The Devil Got Into The Garden of Eden
October 12th; Room 223
Led by Dr. Page Fulgham

“In the beginning…” is how it all started, so we are told.  There was God, Adam, and Eve, and the serpent.  But where is Satan?  Not to be found in the Garden of Eden!  So, how did Satan find his way into the Garden in the last 500-600 years? What was the influence of Dante’s Divine Comedy and John Milton on the biblical understanding of evil, particularly,  Satan?  Come join us for a one session study as we delve into the origins of Satan and what the Bible really has to
say about it.

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