Join Us For a BIG* Summer
Peace Fellowship Church will investigate, cogitate, ruminate, and deliberate on God and His relationship to humanity so we can motivate, celebrate, stimulate, and activate!

•It won’t be church “as usual”
•This will be theology for regular people!
•We will keep it real
•You don’t need to be an expert
•We’ll even supply the Bibles!
•Bring your family and friends—anyone who wants to talk about God

DETAILS:

COURSE TITLE: What Do You Believe?

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

For seven weeks, May 20 th through July 1 st, during our Sunday service, we’ll study some important biblical topics. We’ll do our study in a fun, practical, relaxed way. Hopefully this study will help give confidence to all of us so that we have a good understanding of some key topics. Also, I believe this study will motivate all of us to stay on the road to maturity (Ephesians 4:14-15).

COURSE SCHEDULE:

DATE

TITLE & TOPIC

A FEW BIBLE READINGS

5/20

The Man Upstairs?
(Theology: The Nature of God, Part I)

Genesis 1:1;
Psalm 90:1-2;
John 4:24;
1 Timothy 1:17
5/27

“The Color of Water”
(Theology: The Nature of God, Part II)

Acts 17:16-34;
Colossians 1:15-20, 2:9;
1 John 5:5-8
6/3

God Didn’t Make Any Junk!
(Anthropology: The Nature of Humanity in Relationship to God)

Genesis 1:26-31;
Psalm 8:1-9;
Romans 3:10-18
6/10

Fixing What’s Broken
(Soteriology: What It Means To Be “Saved”)

Leviticus 16:1-34;
Romans 5:1-11;
Ephesians 2:1-10
6/17

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(Eschatology: The End of The World As We Know It)

Acts 1:11;
2 Peter 3:10-13;
Revelation 21:1-8; 22:7-21
6/24

Takin’ Care of Business
(Ecclesiology: The Church Is Christ’s Body)

Matthew 16:18;
1 Corinthians 12:12-31;
Ephesians 4:11-16
7/1

Who Said That ?
(Exegesis and Hermeneutics: Understanding the Bible)

Psalm 1:1-6;
Acts 17:11;
2 Timothy 2:15;
1 John 2:3-6

COURSE PREPARATION: Just show up!! Of course, if you want to do the Bible readings ahead of time that would be great.

COURSE EVALUATION: I won’t be giving any quizzes or grades, but God will certainly reward you for your diligent effort. Of course, real-life tests and trials will always come, so why not be ready by having a good foundation on the things of God?

A good foundation on the things of God?