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Thanking God On Wednesdays is a weekly study for women of all ages. It is a great opportunity to connect with other women and study the Bible. Our purpose is to deepen in our relationship with Christ through the study of His word, to serve him with our sisters in Christ, and to minister to the world around us. We meet for friendship, conversation, encouragement and study of God’s Word. Whether you are just starting a Bible Study for the first time or have been doing them for years, we encourage you to join us on Wednesday mornings from 9:15 to 11:00 am at West Campus starting August 25, 2021.
 

For questions: Kellie Webb: call (402) 213-1893 or Email Lori Mathison: call (402) 516-2220 or Email

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Thanking God on Wednesday




The Amazing Life of Jesus Christ Part 1 ($30 book cost, no program cost this time)
Walk beside Jesus on city streets and mountainsides. Hear Him teach by the sea and in the synagogue. Witness the blind given sight, lepers healed, and storms stilled. Sit with Jesus at supper with friends and listen in while His enemies plot to destroy Him. This Bible study from Big Dream Ministries is a chronological arrangement of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John that leads you through in-depth discussions and daily personal application questions, deepening your understanding of Jesus’ life and purpose on earth.
 
This is part one of a two-part study of the gospels that focuses on Jesus’ preexistence, birth, and early ministry. A different attribute of Jesus is featured in each lesson – Good Shepherd, Light of the World, King of Kings, Suffering Servant, and more. The Amazing Life of Jesus Christ is based on the outstanding scholarly works of those who, through the centuries, have endeavored to put the life of Jesus in chronological order.
 
 
The Seven Churches of Revelation by Dr. David Jeremiah ($15 book cost, no program cost this time)
When Jesus Christ sent messages to seven first-century churches, they were timely and accurate. But 2,000 years later, in the twenty-first century, those messages can help us and our churches as well. Christ dictated those 7 letters personally to the apostle John while he was exiled on the island of Patmos. John wrote down everything he was shown: his vision of Christ on Patmos, the content of the 7 letters, and what would happen on earth during the Tribulation. In this study, the focus is primarily on Christ’s commendations and criticisms of the 7 churches in Asia Minor. This study will unpack the meaning of each letter at three different interpretive levels: primary, personal, and prophetic.