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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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Category: Bible Study

One Minute After You Die

Room 151 Led by David Moss Death comes to all, and yet death is not the end. For some, death is the beginning of eternal bliss, for others, endless despair. In this class, we will weigh the Bible’s words on life after death. Though the afterlife is shrouded in mystery, the Bible does peel back the curtain and we hope in this class to help you understand what is on the other side. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for this EU class. Read More
Posted by Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Great Men and Women of the Bible

Room 154 Led by Andy Lackey The Bible is filled with fascinating, stimulating, encouraging stories of real people facing real problems with real faith. The goal of this class is to give you a fresh look at church history through an exciting study of the lives of Scripture’s greatest heroes and heroines of the faith. We will explore the lives of Moses, Deborah, David, Esther, and other influential men and women of both testaments. Each week, we will examine in detail the... Read More
Posted by Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Art of Outlining and Expositing Scripture (2020)

Room 155 Teacher: Ervel Jones Understanding the Bible is not for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible for all. It is meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from armchair readers to seminary students. A few essential insights into the Bible can clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your twenty-first-century life. In this class, we will learn how to outline and study Scripture for ourselves in a... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Tuesday, December 31, 2019

How to Study the Bible

Room 147 Teacher: Margeaux Holland When we read the Bible, we want to learn more about God. When we study the Bible, we take a more in-depth look into the word.  As we do we fall more in love with God, learning His wisdom, grace, power, and so much more.  In this class, we will review how to use various reference tools, books, and online help. Along with this, we will cover topical aspects well.  There is so much more to the Word than you ever thought possible. Join us as... Read More

Summer 2017

June 7 - August 30 (11 Weeks) AVAILABLE MEDIA Click above to see the media archived for this EU session.   June 7: Thou Shall Be Generous Teacher: Josh Bowles June 14:  Prison Ministry Teachers: Prison Mission Team June 21: NO EU (Vacation Bible School) June 28: Before You Go: A Study of 1 Corinthians Teacher: Brad Borders July 5: No EU (Independence Day, Church-wide floor cleaning) July 12: A Look at the Gospel From My Garden ... Read More

How to Study the Bible

Room 149 Teacher: Skip Cartin God’s Word is to be trusted and obeyed. If you do not trust the Bible and are not prepared to obey what it says, you cannot fully understand what God is saying. However, having the right attitude about the Bible is not all that is necessary for understanding its meaning any more than having the right attitude about woodworking enables a person to build beautiful furniture because there is a right and wrong way to build. It is not enough to simply trust... Read More

1 Thessalonians

Room 154 Teacher: Jeff Spry Reading and studying the biblical letters is like stepping into the middle of a conversation. In his first letter to Christians in Thessalonica, Paul reveals aspects of his life along with his desires and concerns for them. Through the Holy Spirit’s work, Paul is talking to us as much as he is to those first-century believers. We get to overhear this great conversation about the life-giving reality of a God-centered ministry in the life of a church. We... Read More

How to Study and Teach the Bible

Room 149 Teachers: Skip Cartin & Jeff Spry God’s Word is to be trusted and obeyed. If you do not trust the Bible and are not prepared to obey what it says, you cannot fully understand what God is saying. However, having the right attitude about the Bible is not all that is necessary for understanding its meaning any more than having the right attitude about woodworking enables a person to build beautiful furniture because there is a right and wrong way to build. It is not enough... Read More