Bible Studies for Men
The Gospel of Luke
Jesus, the Son of Man came to seek and save sinful men. The purpose of this men’s Bible study is to examine the accurate, chronological, and comprehensive account of the unique life of Jesus the Christ, as told by “Luke, the beloved physician,” and be transformed by God’s word. The Gospel of Luke is the longest and most extensive Gospel due to Luke’s emphasis on chronological and historical accuracy and is the only Gospel with a sequel (The Book of Acts). Through an in-depth analysis of the text using inductive Bible study methods, Bible software, and visual content, we will be challenged and encouraged to apply Biblical principles to our lives.
Taught by David Piazza On Campus.
Thursday Evenings | February 17, 2022 to June 29, 2023 | 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM | JOIN →
Questions that Matter Most (Pastor Shawn Stroud, Online)
A Bible study designed for men 18-39, online only.
Please join us online Tuesday nights as we embark on a journey of answering life’s most important questions. In this study, we will focus on the foundations of the Christian faith and help each of us better articulate and defend what we believe.
Taught by Shawn Stroud On Campus.
Tuesday Evenings | April 19, 2022 to November 28, 2023 | 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM | JOIN →
The Book of Ruth (Pastor Dennis McFadden)
Edward Campbell gives his description of the Book of Ruth in the Anchor Yale Bible Commentary:
“The Book of Ruth is an intricately woven, magnificently crafted story. It is the work of a person standing in the mid-stream of Israelite life and thought, a person wishing to communicate to his audience things very close to the heart of the Old Testament.”
The story of Ruth is about restoring hope to those who faithfully follow God.
Taught by Pastor Dennis McFadden On Campus and Online.