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How To Use The Sermon Text Bible Study
The weekly Bible study, based on the text of that week’s Sunday sermon, is intended as a devotional, personal Bible study, or group Bible study. The first part is written in something of a devotional style for those looking for a devotional, rather than a study. The second part is a series of questions intended to provoke further thought into the text. These questions are useful for personal study as they encourage reflection on discipleship and our lives as Christians, but they are also very useful for group study, as they encourage discussion and the sharing of insights.
Whether you choose to use the study for your Connection Group, Bible study group, or personal study, please note that you may not need to cover all of the questions. An abundance of questions have been provided to aid group discussion and those who desire a more thorough study. If at any time you have questions about these studies, or would like more resources, you may contact Pastor Terry Goodnight.
Please email us to let us know if you find these sermon text Bible studies helpful!
8-9-20 Matthew 5:1-12, The Character of Christ: Gentleness
8-2-20 Genesis 39-41, Prison Prayer
7-26-20 Matthew 25:14-30, The Character of Christ: Faithfulness
7-19-20 Luke 22:39-46, Prayer: Unanswered Prayer
7-12-20 Psalm 23, The Character of Christ: Goodness
7-5-20 John 14:11-15, Prayer: In Jesus' Name
6-28-20 Habakkuk 2:1-4, Actively Waiting for God
6-21-20 Matthew 6:9-13, Prayer: Our Father
6-14-20 Luke 10:25-37, The Character of Christ: Kindness
6-7-20 John 15:1-17 Prayer is Our Connection
5-31-20 Job 1-2, The Character of Christ: Patience
5-24-20 Psalm 27, The Warrior's Prayer
5-17-20 John 20:19-31, The Character of Christ: Peace
5-10-20 1 Samuel 1-2, A Mother's Prayer
5-3-20 Luke 15, The Character of Christ: Joy
4-26-20 Luke 24:44-53, Heaven Cannot Contain Him4-19-20 The Character of Christ: Love
4-12-20 Resurrection Sunday
4-5-20 Psalm 91
3-29-20 Psalm 77
3-22-20 Luke 19:28-48
Sunday Bible Study Classes:
10:00 am - Book of Daniel (online)
Leader: Dick Pitzer
Lessons: March 8; March 15; March 22; March 29; April 5; April 12; April 19; April 26; May 3; May 10; May 17; May 24, May 31; June 7; June 14; June 21; Map; June 28; July 5; July 12; July 19; July 26; August 2
10:00 am - Book of Proverbs, Song of Songs (online)
Leader: Connie Cochran
Video Recordings: May 10; May 17; May 24; May 31; June 7; June 14; June 21; June 28; July 19; July 26; August 2
Study of Genesis (online)
Tuesdays, 9:30 - 10:30 am
Leader: Dick Pitzer
Lessons: March 24; March 31; April 7; April 14; April 21; April 28; May 5; May 12; May 19; May 26; June 2; June 9; June 16; June 23; June 30; July 7; July 14; July 21; July 28; August 4
Bible and book studies are planned for Fall 2020. Please understand that these plans are tentative as we continue to navigate these uncertain times.
9:30-11:00 a.m., led by Mary Campbell and Jacky Curran
“Even Better Than Eden,” a study by Nancy Gutherie
10:00-11:15 a.m., led by June Isgitt with co-leader Diana Ketcherside
“Joy of Living,” a study of the book of Romans
1:00-2:30 p.m., led by Becky Washington
“Live a Praying Life,” a study by Jennifer Kennedy Dean
Watch for updates in the TWP Weekly Connection email and on this web page regarding location, start dates, online registration, purchase of materials and required COVID-19 safety precautions.
Led by Pastor Kelly Barnett
Archived recordings on the homepage
Journey With Jesus
Online every Wednesday, 6:00—7:00 pm
Join us as we follow Jesus' footsteps chronologically and geographically during his 3 years of ministry, as well as learn about significant cultural influences that help us understand the Lord and his ministry.
‘Biblical Foundations’ is a periodic series of studies that covers the Biblical foundations for Christian doctrines and disciplines. These studies answer the questions: What do we believe? Why do we believe as we do? How do we practice that which we believe? Previous studies have included "Experiencing God" by Henry Blackaby and "The New Christian's Handbook" by Max Anders.