Saturdays              10:00 AM

In The Crucible With Christ

The reality of Christian experience is that we will all face suffering in some way. This lesson is, not an attempt to explain why bad things happen to good people. It is "an attempt to to help us work through the inevitable suffering we all face here in a world in which sin is as easy as breathing. What we will try to show is that pain, suffering, and loss don’t mean that God has abandoned us; they mean only that, even as believers, we share now in the common lot of a fallen race. The difference is that, through Jesus and the hope He offers, we can find meaning and purpose can be found in what seems meaningless and purposeless and that somehow, even if we can’t imagine how, we can trust the promise that “all things work together for good to those who love God” (Rom. 8:28, NKJV) — the God who, though He made all things, suffered all things, too (and that’s why we love Him).

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Additional Bible Studies

Looking for content for Youth and Young Adults? Explore these options below.

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Collegiate

The Collegiate Quarterly is written by college faculty members, students, and young adults. The quarterly is designed to offer a fresh perspective and an insightful look at the topics discussed by the adult lesson.

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High School

Each lesson is based on a Bible story or scriptural passage and provides questions for deeper study, discussion, and supportive texts that highlight Bible principles, helping the young learners draw lessons for application.

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Earliteens

The emphasis of this curriculum is God’s kingdom of grace, being a recruited agent (steward, citizen) of that kingdom, and the battle between it and the kingdom of evil. Being in God’s kingdom requires action—being doers and not just listeners (James 1:22) of how to live as God’s agents on this earth.

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Juniors

This Bible study curriculum is based on a four-year cycle. Each year the lessons draw on Bible stories in chronological order from Genesis to Revelation. The lessons are designed for Juniors and Earliteens to incorporate in their daily Bible study.

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Primary

Most lessons are story-based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service.

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Kindergarten

Most lessons are story-based, some on scriptural references that teach a specific doctrine. Each story has been selected to develop one of the four dynamics of the GraceLink series: grace, worship, community, and service.