Coming in Spring 2022
Romans: The Key to Renewing Our Minds

Why study Romans? John Stott says this about Romans: “It remains a timeless manifesto, a manifesto of freedom through Jesus Christ. It is the fullest, plainest and grandest statement of the gospel in the New Testament.”

Where Nehemiah taught us how to rebuild our faith, church, and nation, Romans addresses our heart and our faith walk. If this 16-chapter letter to the Romans can change the heart of our historical giants of faith, then it can change our hearts too. If Romans can be the catalyst for a faith awakening like it was in England, then it can do it again in our world today.

So, let’s go deep, hold on tight, buckle your seat belts and be ready to be transformed by the “renewing of your mind” (Romans 12:2) as we journey through Romans together.

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Fall 2021 - Ezra and Nehemiah

In Fall 2021, we studied 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 studied 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 in the march forward together as we rebuild the "broken walls" of this past year and reclaim the hearts of the people for God and his Son, Jesus Christ.

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