We love the Bible at CMA, and studying it has long been part of who we are.
We encourage everyone to be involved in a Bible study here at CMA.
It will change your life!
The importance of Romans cannot be overstated. It is the longest of Paul’s epistles and is often considered as the greatest letter ever written. In this second of a two-part study, we will finish chapter 8 and continue through the remainder of the book with a goal of gaining a better understanding of how its truths can transform your life. EVERYONE is welcomed, even if you did not take the first part. The book, Shepherd’s Notes – ROMANS will be used to help aid our study, with questions provided by the teacher. If you purchased the book for part 1, then you do not need to buy it again – the course would be free.
Details: This is an 8-week course with an average of 1 hours of homework per week.
When: Mondays 7-9pm, beginning February 6, 2023
Cost: $10 (scholarships available, free for college students)
Leader: William O’Flaherty, M.A.
Who is God? Why do we believe the Bible is inspired? What is the purpose of the church and how does any of it apply to us? This study will survey God as well as the Satan of the Bible. We will better understand why we believe the scriptures are authoritative and God’s Word. We will unpack the mission of the church and how we can grow spiritually. This class will be valuable for anyone exploring the Christian faith as well as those wanting to “be prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you.” (1 Peter 3:15).
Details: This is an 8-week course with an average of 30 minutes of homework per week.
When: Mondays 7-9pm, February 6, 2023
Leader: Pastor Roy Baker
WISH (Women In Search of Him) meets each Tuesday morning in the Great Room for fellowship and Bible study. There are two studies to choose from: an overview of the Old Testament, and “The God of Creation,” by Jen Wilken.
When: Tuesdays 9:30-noon, beginning February 7, 2023
Cost: There is no cost for these studies and nursery care is provided
Details: The Perspectives Course on World Missions is a 15-week journey looking in-depth at the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic aspects of God’s global plan to reconcile every nation, tribe, people, and tongue to Himself. Students learn from over 15 different instructors who will challenge and inspire with their wisdom and experience, opening eyes to a deeper vision of God’s mercy, greatness, and love. We will be hosting the 2nd Perspectives Course at CMA Church starting in late August of 2022.
Details: C2 offers weekly Bible studies open to anyone, as well as studies specifically designed for men and for women.
Details: All of our regular Sunday School classes are Bible studies when you get right down to it. If you can’t find an option during the week, join a Sunday School class before Sunday worship. Classes start at 9:45.