RICHMOND HILL, GA – October 28, 2016 – St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church invites the community to join their Bible Study series encouraging transformation through prayer, study and community. These studies will be held at the church, 16491 Highway 144, on Wednesday mornings from 9:45 a.m.-noon. All are welcome and childcare is provided. There is no charge to attend other than the cost of the book guides which range from $7-$11. The next series will begin Nov. 2, 2016.
“When God’s Spirit Moves: Experiencing the Life-Changing Power of the Holy Spirit” by author and Brooklyn Tabernacle Pastor Jim Cymbala is a six-week study that “explores the work and person of the Holy Spirit.” This study runs from Wednesday, Nov. 2 through Dec. 14, and the book guide costs $11.
The next study, “The Reason for God: Conversations on Faith & Life,” is by author and Pastor Timothy Keller. Keller is described as “…a modern day C.S. Lewis who brings together faith and intellect, theology and popular culture, modern-day objections and historic Christian belief.” This six-week study will run from Jan. 11 through Feb. 15, and the book guide for this study costs $10.
“War Room,” by director, actor and Pastor Alex Kendrick, is a three-week study beginning March 1. Kendrick says, “…like the military, we should seek God for the right strategy before going into combat. By combat, I mean daily issues we face in our culture.” The study concludes March 15. The movie is included, and the study book costs $7.50.
The Wednesday Bible Study series will conclude with “One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are” by Ann Voskamp. This five-week study runs from March 29 through May 3. This study will allow participants to “…come to know and feel the impossible right down to our bones: we are wildly loved- by God.” The study guide costs $7.
“I participated in the first nine-week study “Children of the Day” by Beth Moore,” said congregation member Alice Barnes. “These bible studies are truly a wonderful opportunity not only to connect with God and his Word on a deeper level, but also to get involved with an inspiring group of people from our community.”
To register for a study, please call 912-727-3703. To learn more about St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, please visit www.stelizabethsrichmondhill.com.