This Summer with Hope of Glory
A Hope of Glory small group will continue to meet on Tuesday evenings from 6 - 8 pm, throughout the summer, studying "Women of the Bible". The evening will begin with a light dinner, followed by study and small group discussion. Each week we meet at the home of a group member however, a Zoom option is available. The group is open to women of all ages. Please contact Pat Berry, 713-408-3390 for more information.
Beginning September 16, 2021 - Ezra and Nehemiah
In Fall 2021, we will be studying the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. These books chronicle the Hebrew peoples' return to Jerusalem after their long captivity. The temple had been destroyed and the city was in ruins. We will study how the hand of God moved to restore the people to their rightful place of worship. This took hard work and organization on the part of the people, but more importantly, they had to trust God and his purposes for his holy temple and his holy city of Jerusalem.
As we emerge from the pandemic and a time of isolation, we too need to heed the strategies of the ancient Hebrews as we restore our church and continue the work God has ordained for St. John the Divine. Join us as we march forward together to rebuild the "broken walls" of this past year and reclaim the hearts of the people for God and his Son, Jesus Christ.
Ephesians...The Alps of the Bible
In the prison letters of Paul, Ephesians stands out as majestic or as some theologians have suggested, the Alps of the Bible. Like the Alps, the concepts are majestic, awe-inspiring, and glorious to behold. The study of Epheisans will challenge you and fill you with purpose. You will grasp how being a believer in Jesus Christ means a new life. One where you are not a bystander but an active participant in bringing about God's kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.
Weekly lesson videos are below.