RICHMOND HILL, GA – January 30, 2017 – Join St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church for their next Bible study series, “War Room,” by director, actor and Pastor Alex Kendrick. This series will begin Wednesday, March 1 at the church, 16491 Highway 144, Richmond Hill.
This three-week study will focus on connecting with and seeking God before we deal with the daily struggles of life. Kendrick says, “We should seek God for the right strategy before going into combat. By combat, I mean daily issues we face in our culture.” The book guide for this study costs $7.50.
“War Room” is a popular American Christian drama from the creators of “Fireproof” and “Courageous.” This faith-based drama examines the power prayer can have in every aspect of life. The film won the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Award and was recognized as “Most Inspiring Movie” by the MovieGuide Faith & Values Awards.
St. Elizabeth’s weekly Bible studies are held on Wednesday mornings from 9:45 a.m. to noon. All are welcome to attend these studies and childcare is provided. St. Elizabeth’s most recent Bible study, “The Reason for God: Conversations on Faith & Life” will conclude on Feb. 15.
“I have participated in each Bible study St. Elizabeth’s has offered this year and I’m looking forward to taking part in the upcoming ‘War Room’ study as well,” said congregation member Emily Hubbard. “This Bible study series provides the community with a great forum to connect with God while studying and learning his word.”
St. Elizabeth’s is a Bible-believing church, where Jesus is Lord and Savior and all are welcomed and loved. The Rev. Dr. C. Clark Hubbard, pastor, and his team have worked to build a church community for the community, where area residents can live within the Spirit, today and tomorrow, to build the Kingdom of God. In addition to providing Christian education programs for children, youth, and adults, St. Elizabeth’s also operates an acclaimed pre-school and an on-site thrift store, dubbed St. Elizabeth’s Attic. St. Elizabeth’s strives to educate children to know Jesus and to develop their potential, intellectually, individually, and corporately in order to prepare them to use their God-given talents for personal satisfaction and for contribution to their community.
To learn more about St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church or these Bible Studies, please visit www.stelizabethsrichmondhill.com. To register for a study, please call 912-727-3703.
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