“Life Lessons from Revelation: Final Curtain Call” by Max Lucado
Leader: Tracy Olson
In-Person | Mondays | 7:00pm
The end of the world. How do you react to that thought? Does it make you afraid? Excited? Nervous? Full of anticipation? Full of peace? The apostle John was privileged to preview the end of the world. While in exile, he experienced an amazing vision that gave him a glimpse of heaven. He saw the final battle of good and evil. He saw God’s justice. He witnessed the assured victory for believers in Christ as all hell broke loose and all heaven came forth. He saw Jesus, born in a manger, now triumphant over Satan. John’s description stretches our imagination, fuels our anticipation, and comforts us as we await the final curtain call.
Come talk Revelation with us, in-person on Monday nights from 7:00pm-8:30pm at the Olson’s home in Westchester. Please bring your mask and a sweater (this group will meet outside with weather permitting). And note that you are also responsible for purchasing your own book.
Disciplers Study on Romans – Two Options
Option 1 – Online | Tuesdays | 9:30am
Leaders: Angelica Hiney and Khadisha Vlahos
Option 2 – In-Person | Wednesdays | 9:30am
Leader: Casey Schramm
In Romans, the apostle Paul has written the believer’s handbook. It is a book of doctrine which every believer should know. Indeed, how can we believe without knowing it? Romans is centered on the truth that all have sinned and that justification comes by God’s grace alone through faith in Christ alone. This is God’s way for sinners to receive the righteousness which comes from Him. After presenting eleven chapters explaining this doctrine, Paul graciously closes with a clear explanation of how it is to be worked out in practical ways in our lives.
Whether you prefer online or in-person, dig into Romans with us! Our online group meets on Zoom on Tuesdays from 9:30am-11:30am. Then our in-person group meets on Wednesdays from 9:30am-11:30am at the Schramm’s home in Hawthorne (please bring your mask).
“Trustworthy: Overcoming Our Greatest Struggles to Trust God,” A Study of 1 & 2 Kings
Leaders: Lorie Chaykowski and Linda Goy
Online | Wednesdays | 9:30am
When hard times come and it seems God is deviating from the plan we assume our life should follow, we’re more likely to want to tame God, not trust Him. It’s then that we begin to press into our ways and our own timing. No human can carry the weight of being their own god, but so many of us try.
Let’s talk about 1st and 2nd Kings together, and remind ourselves how trustworthy God is! This group meets on Zoom on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am-11:30am with Lorie and Linda. Please note that you are responsible for purchasing your own book.
Prayer Project Group
Leader: Megan Brown
Online | Wednesdays | 9:30am
Our Prayer Project Group provides an opportunity to explore different styles of prayer in a weekly project done at home. The projects utilize Scripture, worship music and prayerful journaling. Our weekly meeting is a time for sharing our experience during the prayer project, allowing us to explore where God is at work in our hearts and circumstances while deeply connecting with one another. This group meets on Zoom on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am-11:30am. Please note that you are responsible for purchasing your own prayer journal.
Moms in Prayer – Praying for College and Career-Aged Kids
Leader: Martha Cason
Zoom | Fridays | 8:00am
When moms pray together, children, schools, workplaces, and communities are transformed! When you join the Moms in Prayer community, you gather with other women who understand your concerns and want to place their kids in God’s loving care through prayer. Our own, Martha Cason, leads a Moms in Prayer group that prays for college and career-aged kids. It meets on Zoom and is open for moms to be part of on Friday mornings at 8:00am. For the Zoom link or for more information, please contact Martha Cason.