spring ConnecT GROUPS

April 19th - June 4th

Last semester’s “Practical Wisdom” series covered timeless principles from Proverbs that are relevant for today, especially during this pandemic season. This semester, our “Continuing Wisdom” series will explore themes that help us stay on the path of wisdom as we seek to enter a new season. Dissect wisdom from the wisest man who ever lived (King Solomon) and filter it through the wisest One who forever will be (Jesus Christ). If you are someone who wants to live your Christian life wisely, join us for this interactive journey through another installment of wisdom!

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Simon Peter wanted to be like Jesus, but he was an imperfect follower just like us. As a brash, outspoken fisherman, Peter didn’t seem like someone who would one day become a selfless leader. He struggled with doubts and unbridled emotions, and at times he failed. But as we see in Scripture, Peter was also used powerfully by God. Join us as we study this fascinating character from the New Testament. These studies on Peter’s life will challenge and motivate us to continue to grow to become more like Christ. God's grace can truly transform anyone for His Kingdom purposes.

The pressures of manhood can be enormous, and they're only intensified by the mixed messages we receive from the worldly culture around us. But the Bible has some counterintuitive things to say about being a man. Join Pastor Lou as he explores some key questions that rattle in the minds of most men. Explore God's design for manhood, and become the husband, father, brother, friend and boss you've always wanted to be. 

Acts is a book of action. But whose actions does it follow? The book's full name is the Acts of the Apostles, but we can also think of it as the “Acts of the Holy Spirit.” Poured out like a mighty rushing wind, the Spirit empowered the Apostles' witness and opened so many hearts to believe. One crucial player was the Apostle Paul whose comprehensive contribution to the development of Christianity is monumental. Travel with the apostles and see the Kingdom expand. Meet Paul on his Damascus encounter with Jesus, and let’s journey together through his missionary excursions, studying his letters in historical context.  

Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. To be spiritually mature is to show the fruit of the Spirit of Christ in our lives. All of us desire to exhibit these spiritual qualities in our lives. But what does it mean to "live by the Spirit?" How much is up to us, and how much depends on God? In this group you will learn better how to cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in your personal life and grow in Christlike character. Not only will you discover what the Bible says about the vital fruit that the Holy Spirit produces in believers, but you will also move beyond in-depth reflection and discussion to practical application.

Every week, briefly study a new spiritual discipline and see how you can cultivate these vital practices in your own life to help you grow in your faith walk. After a practical discussion, we will engage in the most important call for any believer: the call to prayer. Join our Prayer Team as we pray together for our leaders, our members, our children and youth, our church teams, and for those that have needs, and are struggling. Let’s seek God for His conviction, His direction, His wisdom, His anointing and His empowerment to reach our families, our schools, our neighborhoods, and our communities for Christ. 

Please contact Pastor Eduardo or Pastor Geanne for more information as times and location may vary from week to week. 

Acts is a book of action. But whose actions does it follow? The book's full name is the Acts of the Apostles, but we can also think of it as the “Acts of the Holy Spirit.” Poured out like a mighty rushing wind, the Spirit empowered the Apostles' witness and opened so many hearts to believe. One crucial player was the Apostle Paul whose comprehensive contribution to the development of Christianity is monumental. Travel with the apostles and see the Kingdom expand. Meet Paul on his Damascus encounter with Jesus, and let’s journey together through his missionary excursions, studying his letters in historical context.   

Calling all our Youth Girls! Here’s an amazing opportunity to be mentored by two of our accomplished young leaders as they discuss and explore the major themes of the Gospel of Mark. What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? How can we learn to read the Bible for ourselves and develop a deep prayer life? How does Jesus teach us, His followers, to address challenging issues in our own lives? Sign up today and let’s establish cross-generational female friendships that truly exemplify the discipleship Paul affirmed in Titus 2! 

Prerequisite: You MUST attend 9.30am service to be eligible to participate in this CG.

This Excel Class is designed to explain what true discipleship is all about. It covers the three characteristics that Jesus said exist in the life of all disciples.
This is the second class offered in our discipleship program. This class is designed to explain what it means to become a part of a local church.
The S.H.A.P.E. class is designed to help you discover your unique gifts for serving God. After taking this class, you will be prepared to make an impact in the lives of other people to impact God's kingdom!
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