McLish Avenue Bible Classes
Sunday Morning Adult Class —The Use of Miracles in the Bible
F.A. Shellenberger is teaching a series of lessons having to do with "The Use of Miracles in the Bible" in the adult Bible class on Sunday mornings. Class begins at 9:30 a.m. All are invited!
Wednesday Night Adult Class—The Book of Ecclesiastes
Of the book of Ecclesiastes, the great American novelist Thomas Wolfe wrote, “For all I have seen or learned, that book seems to me the noblest, the wisest, and the most powerful expression of man’s life upon this earth.” In approximately 950 A.D. King Solomon penned a book about life that is still relevant today. As we search for meaning and true happiness in life, the book of Ecclesiastes tells us where they may be found. Come join us in this exciting study every Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m.
The Wednesday morning ladies Bible class has just started the fall session.
Mary Aldridge is teaching this class that is for ladies only. They are using a study guide by Willard Conchin titled Bible Women—Both Good and Evil. All ladies are welcome to attend.
Did you know that we have Bible classes for ALL AGES on Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m.? We currently have the following class selections...
- Cradle Roll - Ages under 2
- 2-3 Year Olds for children of those ages
- Pre-K and K for 4-5 year olds
- The 1st and 2nd grade class
- The 3rd-5th grade class
- The 6th-8th grade class
- The 9th-12th grade class
If you are not attending BIble class, we encourage you to come see what it is all about!
BLOG ENCOURAGES BIBLE STUDY
What Does the Scripture Say (Rom. 4:3)?
Wouldn't it be great if more people were honestly asking this question and seeking answers from God? What can Christians do to get more people thinking about the authority of the Bible and the purity of New Testament Christianity? In Scripture we are told to provoke one another to love and good works—to stir one another up (Heb. 10:24ff). With that in mind, Ben Bailey has begun a new blog designed to promote the authority of Scripture and New Testament Christianity. We encourage you to stop by and check out some of the articles and spread the word to others. You can visit the What Does the Scripture Say blog by clicking here.