Bible Studies at Morning Star

Sunday Morning Bible Hour 9:2010:15 AM

YOUTH BIBLE STUDY

Child care ages 3 and under: preschool classroom (school 1st floor, 3rd room on the left)

PreK-age 4, K-5 and 1st grade:  kindergarten classroom (school 1st floor, 2nd room on the left)

Grades 2-4: 3-4th grade classroom (school 2nd floor, 2nd room on the left)

Grades 5-8: 5th-6th grade classroom (school 2nd floor, 2nd room on the right)

Adult and Teen Bible Studies Beginning on January 12th 

How Can They Teach That? (And Still Claim to Believe the Bible)

LOCATION: the church

DATES: 5 sessions: January 12—February 9

DESCRIPTION: This Bible study looks into why some Christian churches preach beliefs that are contrary to what Scripture clearly says on several key topics. It explains how the higher critical method of interpreting the Bible has allowed human reason to distort God’s clear Word.

January 12 A “New” Way of Looking at Scripture

January 19 How Can They Teach That About Creation?

January 26 How Can They Teach That About Women Serving in the Public Ministry? 

February 2 How Can They Teach That About Homosexuality? 

February 9 How can They Teach That About Abortion and Early Life Issues?

 

Politics is Driving Me Crazy

LOCATION: the fireside chapel

DATES: 5 sessions: January 12—February 9

DESCRIPTION: With each election cycle, the rhetoric becomes more overpowering. It comes at us from many different directions. We hear it in the national news broadcasts. We read it on our social media feeds. Sometimes the discussions are balanced and informative. Sometimes they are mean-spirited and inaccurate. Sometimes they instill hope. Sometimes they incite fear or anger. Sometimes they promote an agenda that is very obviously contrary to God’s Word and will.

What can a Christian do? How does a Christian view politics? How does a Christian respond to the present political climate? How can a Christian find hope even when he or she is overwhelmed with the thought, “Politics is driving me crazy!”?

This Bible study offers a note of calm as it reminds us that we are citizens of two kingdoms, each with a different role and a different agenda. It offers a note of hope as it reminds us that God has absolute rule over both kingdoms. It offers a note of encouragement as it leads us to consider how we serve in both kingdoms. Join us as we consider what God teaches us about our citizenship in two kingdoms.

January 12 A Tale of Two Kingdoms

January 19 The Imperfect State

January 26 The Separation of Church and State

February 2 Our Messy Political World

February 9 Final session topic TBD