(January and February 2017)
Gospel of Matthew-Discipleship | 8:00 am | Life Center classroom 210Led by Gary Himmler
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus Christ? How can we effectively disciple others? Christian bookstores are full of “how-to” manuals that seek to answer these very questions. The early church had a discipling manual too – the Gospel of Matthew. It was written to teach us how to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and how to disciple others. Before looking at the current discipling manuals, join our continuing discussion of how our Savior has called us to be disciples.
Lutherans and Other Denominations | 8:00 & 9:30 am | Life Center classroom 214/216Led by Kurt Rosenhagen
Have you ever wondered why there are so many denominations that call themselves Christians? If we all worship Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, what’s the difference? This 8-week study will focus on understanding some of the Christian denominations, and even those that call themselves “Christians” but may not actually be Christian.
Genesis | 11:00 am | Life Center classroom 216Led by Keith Chuvala
The Bible opens with a bang (some would say a big bang!) Genesis tells about the beginning of the universe, the creation -- and fall -- of mankind, God's plan of salvation, and much history about God's chosen people, Israel. Come join us as we walk through this amazing book together. This is an interactive Bible study; bring your Bible, your questions and comments, and your curiosity as we discover together what God reveals to us in the first book of the Bible.
Questions about Tuesday Morning Men’s Bible study: contact Ron Petri at 281-482-8970
Gospel of Matthew | 6:45-8:00 am | Life Center classroom 216Led by Ron Petri The Gospel of Matthew is written for a specific audience shortly after Jesus ascended into heaven. Through this study, you will gain an in-depth appreciation for this specific Gospel and a former tax-collector shared the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ in the context of the Jewish worldview.
Roustabouts | 8:15 am | Life Center classroom 214/216Some of our "more seasoned" guys meet as the 'Roustabouts' on Tuesday mornings at 8:15 am for coffee, donuts and kolaches, and periodic opportunities to serve. Contact Ollie Schwausch 281-488-1992 for more information.
Holy SmokersDo you like Bar-B-Q? Do you like working with other men to serve up some great food for the community? Then this group is for you. Contact Bill Whatley at 281-488-6883
Questions about Wednesday morning Women in Ministry Bible studies: contact Kay Wesson at 281-286-4365 or
Life Light Series: Bible Feasts | 9:15 am | Life Center classroom 210/212Led by Kathie Stocker
Bible Feasts provides an in-depth study of the sacred festivals God commanded the people of Israel to observe, as well as the festivals observed by the Jewish people during Jesus’ earthly ministry. Participants learn about Jewish food customs, the meaning of each feast, and the promise of the eternal feast to come in the day of the resurrection.
A Woman Who Doesn't Quit | 9:15 am | Life Center classroom 217Led by Kay Wesson
Perseverance is one of the greatest skills but also the hardest lessons we will learn in our lifetime. We are living in a day when we are encouraged to do life based on how we feel. But, the problem is, most days we don’t feel like doing anything that may be challenging. In this 6-session study you will learn the importance of commitment and conviction by studying the book of Ruth.
Gospel of Matthew | 9:15 am | Life Center classroom 216Led by Mary Fricke
The Gospel of Matthew is written for a specific audience shortly after Jesus ascended into heaven. Through this study, you will gain an in-depth appreciation for this specific Gospel and a former tax-collector shared the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ in the context of the Jewish worldview.
No Other Gods | 6:30-8:00 pm | Life Center classroom 217Led by Dixie Russo
Jesus said, “’Love the Lord your God with all your heart and will your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment.’” (Matt. 22:37-38) We all know this but how often do we fall into the trap of putting modern conveniences, events and people before our relationship with God? Join us Wednesday evenings for this Women’s study by Kelly Minter that will confront our modern-day idols and turn us toward our loving Savior in faith.
Meets 2nd Friday every month at 9:15am in the Life Center, rooms 210+212, for Bible Study and informational speakers. Fellowship is continued afterwards with lunch at local restaurants. Special occasions are catered or "pot luck" in Life Center. Precinct #2 bus trips take us on interesting tours 6 times per year. This is a perfect opportunity to join in the fun with us who are "young at heart." For more information, contact Harvey Seyfang at 832-671-9191 or
Financial Peace University is designed to help you manage your money better, eliminate debt and build wealth. The course lasts 9 weeks, is Biblically based, and taught (via video) by author and radio host Dave Ramsey.
The next class begins January 9th.
For information, contact Johnna Little at 281-798-9228.