book of Luke | tuesdays, starting december 7
Luke is the writer of both the Gospel that bears his name AND the Book of Acts. As a medical doctor, Luke goes to great lengths to write an orderly account of what Jesus accomplished and fulfilled among us.
In this study we follow Jesus and His disciples through the reorientation of values that will be the basis for birthing the Church.
Jesus came to show us about the value of human life, community, salvation, reconciliation, forgiveness, etc. He came to usher in Kingdom Values by which we could live a life that is abundant and free.
We will see as we journey through Luke that Jesus’ way of embodying Kingdom Values was to gather people around tables. Much of Jesus’ time and attention was invested around tables eating with people from all walks of life, especially those far from God. In fact, he was often questioned about why He did this.
So, let’s take our place at the table WITH Jesus and listen, talk, laugh, and marvel at the Values Jesus came to give us...then let’s GO and live them, full of the Holy Spirit.
Campus Groups kickoff the Book of Luke on December 7 with a very special night:
5:30 PM Dinner will be provided
6:30 PM “Night of Hope” (a special prayer and worship service)
7:15–8:30 PM Group time – come learn about Jesus’ miraculous birth as we start to dive into the Book of Luke.
Groups will meet again on Tuesday, December 14 @ 7 PM for more discussion around the events of Jesus’ birth and then we’ll take a short break for Christmas. We will return on Tuesday, January 11 to continue learning about Jesus’ life and ministry.
- Study is available in-person or virtual. Select your preference when you register.
* Special Note for AM Women's Groups:
*TUESDAY AM Women's Groups at the Aberdeen Campus and the Mountain Road Campus will ONLY be offered IN-PERSON.
*TUESDAY AM Women's Group at the Abingdon Campus will ONLY be offered ONLINE.
- Study cost is free
- Childcare is free (pre-registration is required)
- Meeting schedules: English | Spanish