Community Bible Study: Red Sea to the Jordan River
January 9 – May 1
Mondays (except January 17 and April 11) • 6:30–8:30pm • Harper Chapel
Have you ever felt discouraged, tired, and overwhelmed, like you are just going through
the motions? Have you ever asked, “Does God see me? Does He care? Can I trust Him?” If we knew the final outcome, would it change our perspective? From Exodus through Numbers, this year in Community Bible Study we will follow the journey of a nation, from enslavement to freedom, as they encounter God. We discover the God who desires to live with His people, who has a plan, who knows us by name. We see the God who shows us His mercy and promises good things and keeps His promises.
Join us in this study of challenge and grace, learning from others’ mistakes and forging a new future. Study with us as we see God’s faithfulness in good times and bad. We resume our study on Monday, January 9, with Red Sea to the Jordan River, an examination of Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers. We will learn how God delivered His chosen people from slavery and established them as a new nation. We will not just be studying history; we will learn the story of our holy God’s faithfulness to weak and sinful people like us.
At Community Bible Study, we love seeing what happens in people’s lives when they discover God through the study of His word. The Greenville Evening Community Bible Study class is for middle schoolers, high schoolers, and adults. It is for singles and married couples. We have in-person and online groups depending on your preference. Together we explore the Bible and what it tells us about the God who has woven His story through history and is present with us now.