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Morning groups | 10:00-11:30 a.m. | Refreshments 9:40 a.m.
Evening groups | 6:00-7:30 p.m. | Refreshments 5:45 p.m.
To register: download form HERE or pick up a brochure at church.
Place completed form in box at reception desk in IPC’s main lobby.
Books are available to purchase in the IPC Bookstore.
Morning and Evening studies mirror each other if you ever need to alternate times.
SIMPLY TUESDAY STUDIES:
The Joy of Knowing God
by our own Alicia Bartusch and Candy Denton
Are you settling for knowing about God and about godly behavior without experiencing the joy of walking day by day in a loving relationship with the Lord?
Do you long for the close fellowship and spiritual growth that come from knowing God as He has revealed Himself in His word?
Do you want to have a deeper understanding of gospel truth that always points you to Jesus and makes a difference in the way you live?
Using cherished Scriptural truths, two of our own IPC members have drawn together enlightening insights from the early church fathers, Reformers, Puritans, and modern-day theologians which will encourage you to walk joyfully with your Lord in the light of His transforming Word.
This is a yearlong study including topics such as “God’s Purpose for Us,” “The character and Nature of God,” “Sin and its Consequences,” “God’s Gracious Remedy,” and “Benefits of Salvation Now,” just to name a few. This beautiful book is devotional in nature and incorporates the most beloved doctrines of our Reformed faith.
Galatians by Tim Keller
This one-semester study helps us understand what Paul’s letter to the Galatian church shows us about the Gospel.
Topics include “The Gospel and the Law,” “Forgiveness,” “Gospel Freedom”, “Gospel Character,” and “Gospel Relationships.”
The Lamb of God by Nancy Guthrie
After studying Galatians in the fall, we will then take a look at some of the historical books of the Old Testament starting in January, using Nancy Guthrie’s study book, The Lamb of God: Seeing Jesus in Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
We will spend six weeks on Exodus, one on Leviticus, two on Numbers, and two on Deuteronomy. This one-semester study covers Israel’s emergence from slavery in Egypt, receiving God’s law at Mount Sinai, and wandering in the wilderness on their way to the Promised Land. We see Jesus pictured in the unblemished lambs who died that first Passover night, in the pillar of fire that guided God’s people, the manna that fed them, and the rock that gushed with water for them to drink. In the law of God given to Moses, we discover a picture of the only person who has ever obeyed God perfectly. In every aspect of the tabernacle, the priesthood, the laws for clean and unclean, we see the way Jesus saves us and cleanses us and loves us.
It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way
by Lysa Terkeurst
(led by Judy Weatherly and Barbara Collins, Tuesday Evening Only)
Lysa Turkeurst’s It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way is
for anyone who is feeling numb or weak, struggling
to grieve or let go of past let downs, crippled with disappointment, looking for strength, feeling lost.
Each week during the fall, this group will cover just one of the book’s eleven chapters, going at a relaxed pace, using the book (no study guide or video), and digging into scriptures that speak to our sufferings and disappointments.