Wednesday Bible Study

On Wednesdays, we meet in the church’s fellowship hall at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30p.m. At 6:30p.m., classes are available for all ages. The adults meet in the sanctuary and our youth meet downstairs.
Wednesday, December 13
We will study the book of Philemon
Wednesday, December 20
We will study the book of Jude
The lessons below  are for the study on Colossians that was completed Wednesday, December 6.
These lessons will be deleted after the first of the year!


The book of Colossians helps us to live according to God’s Word.  The book teaches principles for everyday Christian living in the midst of a non-Christian culture.  In this world, this means you will often be in the minority and not the majority.  We will make this a nine lesson series.  Our topics will include:

Lesson One: How to Please God (Click to Download Lesson)
In order to please God, we need to love him enough to make a difference in the way we act, think, and live.
Colossians 1:1–14

Lesson Two: An Easy Life or a Great LIfe? (Click to Download Lesson)
Success is not about living an easy life; it’s about living a great life.
Colossians 1:15–2:1

Lesson Three: Stable Walk  (Click to Download Lesson)

We are saved by faith, and we live by faith.
Colossians 2:2–7

If your Christian life resembles a roller-coaster ride, Colossians 2:2–7 can show you how to establish stability in your daily walk with Jesus. Paul uses four pivotal phrases that are crucial to living in Christ.

Lesson Four: Think Like A Christian (Click to Download Lesson)
Everything we need we have in Christ.
Colossians 2:8–15

In contrast to what “worldly philosophies” teach, Paul boldly states that everything we need we have in Christ. There are three things in particular that we will look at in this study.

Lesson Five: Spiritual Self-Defense (Click to Download Lesson)
Connect to Christ and allow him to become the focus of your existence.
Colossians 2:16–23

Paul gives us a course in spiritual self-defense; he shows us how to protect ourselves from thoughts, ideas, beliefs, and attitudes that put us at risk spiritually. This study covers three primary pitfalls to avoid.
Lesson Six: Living with Focus (Click to Download Lesson)
To win the inner civil war, you have to set your heart and mind on Christ.
Galatians 5:22–23
If you’re not careful, there are three obstacles that will disrupt your life, drive a wedge between your heart and your head, and prevent you from living a committed, focused Christian life.


Lesson Seven: When People Rub You the Wrong Way (Click to Download Lesson)
God wants us to live together in unity.
Colossians 3:12–17

The ability to get along with others requires a great deal of effort. Learn to live in harmony with one another.


Lesson Eight: What You Do Comes Back to You (Click to Download Lesson)
If you do right or wrong, you will be paid in kind.
Colossians 3:18–4:1

The Bible teaches that what you do in this life comes back to you in this life—and the one to come. If you do right, you will be paid for doing right; if you do wrong, you will be paid for doing wrong.


Become A Prayer Warrior (Click to Download Lesson)

We need to develop a solid foundation of prayer.
Colossians 4:2–6

Paul challenged the Colossian Christians to do three things regarding prayer: Make prayer a priority, look for things to pray about, and pray with a good attitude.