Bible study is an important part of our lives as Christians and an important part of church life at Abiding Hope. It's through his Word that the strengthens and builds us up in faith as we grow together in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Check out our current Bible study opportunities below.
Sunday Mornings 9am
Thursday Mornings 11am
Bible Basics - New Session Starting Soon
Bible Basics runs throughout the year, digging into the core teachings of the Christian faith. Bible Basics is well suited for anyone—whether you’re new to the Christian faith, looking to review what you have already learned, or somewhere in between—all are welcome.
Reformation - Sundays 9:00aM
What does it mean to be a Lutheran Christian? Martin Luther sparked the Reformation when he nailed his protest to the door of the Castle Church in 1517. That protest had one goal: bring the church back to the foundation of the Bible. To be a Lutheran Christian means to base our teaching and practice on the Bible alone. Our new study, Reformation: Grace, Faith, Scripture, presents 12 important biblical principles that are still important to us and all Bible-believing Christians today. Join us as we explore these important and enduring truths. Each lesson begins with a video introduction from the new movie A Return to Grace: Luther’s Life and Legacy, a great way to continue celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation.
1 Corinthians - Thursdays 11:00am
The city of Corinth was plagued by the unbridled immorality common to large commercial cities as well as the gross idolatry common to Greek culture. Like any Greek city, its citizens were also very interested in philosophy and placed a high premium on wisdom.
In a setting like this, it’s not hard to imagine why problems quickly arose for a young and gifted, but also spiritually immature Christian congregation. Paul wrote this letter to instruct the Corinthian congregation in its areas of weakness and to correct several doctrinal errors and sinful practices that had sprung up among the membership.
Paul approaches the difficulties in the congregation with a true shepherd’s heart, making it clear that the only solution to problems caused by sin of any kind is the grace of God in our Savior Jesus Christ.