Think things are getting bad today? In the first century, Gentile believers were suffering and facing
persecution because of their faith in Jesus. Peter wrote a letter to
remind them that their heavenly hope and eternal inheritance outweighed
anything faced in this life. He encouraged them to live holy lives
motivated by love.
The message delivered by Peter has great relevance for today, as more pressure is being exerted on believers around the world. Winter Bible Study will be a source of encouragement to believers facing this increasing pressure, reminding them that they are foreigners in a distant land and that one day they will gain the privileges of their heavenly citizenship.
Begins in morning worship on February 4 (10:30 a.m.). We will then break for lunch (donation basis) and follow-up with two more afternoon sessions. Then Monday through Wednesday evenings, we will have dinner serving starting at 5:15 pm (donation basis) followed by evening sessions starting at 6 pm. All sessions other than the Sunday morning worship will be at our Recreation Outreach Center (ROC) located at 100 W. Brin Street.