Begins January 8 at 6:15pm in the Special Events Room
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We Over Me by Whitney Capps.
It’s easy to get frustrated with the local church—we see the people in the pews up close, both their beauty and blemishes. But God has a purpose and a plan that He uniquely accomplishes in and through the church, and He wants you to be part of it. In the opening 3 chapters of Revelation, we find a wake-up call directed toward 7 churches and discover the truth of God’s desire for the church.
Over 9 sessions, challenge your perspective and embrace your part in helping the church fulfill its calling.
Join us on Wednesday evenings, join our online group, or host a group of your own. For questions or information contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
+ How/where do I sign up for the study?
+ Where does the study take place?
If you are hosting a study with friends, you will choose the time and place.
If you are doing the online option, you will be a part of a private Facebook group.
+ If I am a host, will there be people added to my group that I do not know?
+ As a host, what are my responsibilities?
You will gather / coordinate a group of 2-5 family members, friends, or co-workers to work through this study this summer.
You will be sent leader resources to help you facilitate discussion.
This is a video-driven study so there will not be any teaching required of you.
You are studying God’s Word each day and gathering with your friends to encourage each other, hold each other accountable, and discuss what God has been teaching you.
+ How many people will be in each group?
+ Will there be a group meeting at CBC?
+ Is childcare available?
+ What if I don’t want to host and want to be a part of a group? Will there be a group meeting at Central Baptist?
+ Is there a cost?
+ What do I need for the study?
+ Are there videos that go along with the study?
+ How do I access the videos after study has concluded?
+ Do I need to start reading before the study start date?
Online Community Options
+ Do I need to have Facebook to participate in the study?
+ What is the Facebook Community Group?
The Facebook Community Group is open to anyone who is studying with us. It’s a large “small” group. This group is led by Sarah Heringer.
Here you’ll get community, encouragement and accountability.
After the study ends, this group is shut down.
+ Where can I purchase my book?
+ What if I have a question that wasn’t answered above?