Wednesday Night Connections
Every Wednesday Night Mt. Hebron will offer several Bible Studies and Small Groups for all ages. We will begin with dinner and community in the Family Life Center at 5:30pm. Children Activities and Yoga start at 6pm, all other Bible Studies and Small Groups begin at 6:30pm.
Classes Offered this Session:
- led by Rev. Kevin Cooley
Ephesus was the chief city of the coastal area of Asia Minor. Paul spent about 3 years there, more time than in any other city. Though believers were attempting to live a transformed life by the power of the Holy Spirit, the church in Ephesus was immersed in an evil culture and surrounded by sin and pagan ways. They were discouraged and needed a reminder of God's grace and love, of the blessings they had in Jesus Christ, and of their commitment to holiness. Paul wrote to them while he was under house arrest in Rome, to encourage the believers to walk as fruitful followers of Christ and to serve in unity and love in the midst of persecution. This letter is one of Paul's four Imprisonment Letters.
- led by Meg Brooks
Holy Yoga is a beautiful mix of faith and fitness. It combines a wonderful physical exercise with the benefit of strengthening muscles and improving flexibility. Then the experience adds worship and celebration of God through movement and meditation.
We are loving God with 'all our heart, soul, mind and strength.'
Luke: The Savior of the World, by John MacArthur (Men's Study)
- led by Michael DeWitt
The Gospel of Luke tells the story of Jesus from a perspective unlike any other. As a physician, Luke presents a detailed account of Jesus’ conception and birth. As a meticulous historian, he highlights Jesus’ parables, teachings, healings, and compassion to the outcasts in Israel. He follows Christ on His journey to the cross, recounts His last days that led to His crucifixion and burial, and documents Christ’s victory over the grave. From the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry to the Lord’s final words, Luke stresses Jesus’ willingness to go to the cross to complete His ultimate mission—to be the Savior of all the world.
- led by Mary and I.D. Hook
The Mission Possible Team started as a vision for putting our faith into action. Mission Possible offers persons an
opportunity to serve in short term mission projects each week. These projects include home-based, community and outward missions. This is a wonderful group for persons who need a “stand alone” class each week, rather than a series, and for newer persons to our church who want active relationships with other group members. Come and experience the JOY of reaching out together!
The Church of Us vs. Them, by David Fitch
- led by Rev. Dr. Gerald Watford
What is your plan for loving your enemies? For forgiving those you disagree with? 'We're living in angry times' and sometimes the church responds too much like the world around us. In Luke 6:27-28, we read 'But to you, who are listening, I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.' That is a command to be obeyed, not words to be ignored. We will explore the help Scripture offers as we study the principles in David E. Fitch's book.
Twelve Extraordinary Women, by John MacArthur
- led by Mary Anne DeWitt
Celebrated for their courage, vision, hospitality, and spiritual giftedness, it's no wonder women were so important to God's place revealed in the Old and New Testaments. It wasn't their natural qualities that made these women extraordinary but the power of the one true God whom they worshipped and served. Their struggles and temptations are the same trials faced by all believers at all ages.
In Twelve Extraordinary Women by John MacArthur, you'll learn more than fascinating information about these women, you'll discover--perhaps for the first time--the unmistakable chronology of God's redemptive work in history through their lives. These women were not ancillary to His plan, they were at the very heart of it. And this book includes their amazing stories.