Word on Wednesday Fall Small Group Bible Study

As the writer of Hebrews discusses in chapter 5, we need more than milk to live as we grow and mature.  Infants live on milk, but as they grow and mature, solid food is needed for development. The same can be said of our spiritual growth and maturity.  This fall we are embarking on a journey for all ages to grow and mature in their spiritual maturity by studying God’s WORD.  There is something for EVERYONE.


We all need a mid-week boost and a time for encouragement in our spiritual journey.  Please take a moment to look through this brochure and find your place to connect with other believers who are going on their own spiritual growth journey. 


Growing Together,


Brad Lauer, Discipleship Pastor


Revelation: The Letters to the Seven Churches

Led by Dr. Dwayne Norman


Fellowship Hall


John received messages from God for seven churches that existed in his day. These were real churches, each facing challenges that threatened their existence and effectiveness. By studying these letters, believers

today can find encouragement and instruction for their church.

The focus of this study is to understand each church’s context of ministry, the challenges faced by that church, and the instructions given to that church. Today’s believers will be challenged to look for ways the lessons learned from these churches can be applied to their setting with the goal of strengthening and encouraging churches of today.


When God's People Pray

by Jim Cymbala

Led by Dr. Damon Eubank,


Room E-209


Prayer can change lives and circumstances like nothing else can.

What are the keys that unlock its power, that turn prayer from a mere activity into a vital link with God and all his resources? In “When God’s People Pray,” Jim Cymbala, pastor of Brooklyn Tabernacle, shows you and your small group truths about prayer that God has used to turn his own church from a tiny, struggling inner-city congregation into a vital, thriving community of believers who pray with passion, focus, and faith.