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Over the past years, our parish Bible Study session series have completed the Gospel According to Mark, The Acts of the Apostles, and The Book of Revelation. In our upcoming Bible Study session we will explore Our Lord Jesus through encounters described in Parables, Miracles, and Interpersonal Relationship stories of others with Him. The main goal of this session is to critically examine selected sections of the 4 Gospels according to Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John in order to better understand Our Lord’s message of the Kingdom of God.
We begin our 18-week Bible Study Session journey, Experiencing Jesus in the Gospels, on Feb. 26, 2015—each Thursdays from 6:45 to 7:45pm, in the Pastoral Center. An Orientation Meeting is scheduled on Thursday, February 19 at 6:30pm in the Pastoral Center. Our weekly schedule and registration form are attached on our parish website. Please come and experience the Love of Jesus in your life.
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Dynamic, exegetical bible study facilitated by a true master on biblical theology. Very thought provoking and concise.
I was one of those late registrants for the Bible Study, signing up only for the last session-Book of Revelation. You could say I was a reluctant enrollee. I thought to myself– Bible Study and homework? How boring that could be! I was wrong. There were meaningful discussions, questions answered and key points explained (by Deacon Roy). As we tackle and reflect on the Scriptures assigned, it’s interesting to note if not a bit surprising (to me) the different perspective of each participant as it applies to the church today and one’s life as well. It inspires me to go and look at Scriptures and to see what’s actually being talked about and have an opinion of my own. I call it “Spiritual Nourishment” at work at its best. I came away with a deepening relationship with God and a greater passion for faith. I believe that Faith is a gift of God and grows when we listen more and more carefully to God’s word.
— Amy V.
It is my understanding that God has given each one of us a measure of faith and the increase of your faith is dependent largely upon ourselves. I have found through attendance at bible study since its inception here at the Co Cathedral that it is a powerful source of faith enrichment and spiritual growth. It has helped me to know the Lord better and to be more conversant about my faith life. Early each week Deacon Roy provides us with the scope of study and questions so that we can be prepared for class. What follows in class is his teaching and our participation. Encountering God with fellow parishioners in an on-going group study has made my journey fruitful and rewarding. Come join us and see for yourself!