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Disciple Classes -
What are they about?





Disciple I - An overview of both Old and New Testaments, leading participants to become “Disciples through Bible Study.” In each week’s lesson, we ask ourselves “What is the Mark of a Disciple?” identifying certain characteristics of disciples and how participants’ and congregations’ lives reflect these characteristics.

Disciple II - An in-depth review of Genesis and Exodus in the first semester; Luke and Acts in the second semester. Throughout the study, participants are introduced to a variety of spiritual disciplines and learn how to practice them. They are also guided to consider how studying God’s Word on a regular basis leads us to take what we learn “Into the World” in meaningful ways.

Disciple III – An in-depth review of the Prophets in the Old Testament followed by an in-depth look at the Letters of Paul during second semester helps participants “Remember Who You Are.” This study examines the connection between memory and identity as the people of God. Common themes such as calls to remember, to repent, to renew and for community appear throughout the study.

Disciple IV“Under the Tree of Life”, this study concentrates on the Old Testament History and Wisdom. The New Testament delves into the Gospel of John, 1st - 2nd - 3rd John, James, Jude and Revelation.  The hope of Disciple 4 is to help disciples stretch to live their faith in community.  

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