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“A Converted Life: Strength, Mind and Heart”

In Mark 12:30, Jesus famously answers that the most important commandment is “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.” In this series, we are looking at some of these elements and stories that exemplify them. What does a life that loves God with all my strength look like? What does it mean for us to worship God with our minds? When we speak of “loving God with our hearts,” how can we see that in the lives of the saints?

March 6: The Rev. R. Wesley Arning

March 13: Spring Break

March 20: The Rev. Dr. Michael Lloyd, Ph.D.

March 27: All Adults Sunday

April 3: Dr. Phil Tallon, Ph.D.

“Ephesians: The Body of Christ Made for a Purpose”
Jan. 9-Feb. 27

Looking for answers to how the Gospel transforms our lives and relationships as Christians?  You can find them in this message of God’s liberating hope for us as the Body of Christ, made for a purpose. Bring your coffee and your Bibles as we reflect on the power of the resurrection, the grace shown to us that saves and sanctifies, and how the Gospel shapes human relationships and empowers us to live Spirit-filled lives.

January 9: The Rev. Dr. Russell J. Levenson, Jr.

January 16: All Adult Sunday

January 23: Dr. Bill Blocker, President of the College of Biblical Studies-Houston

January 30: Annual Parish Meeting

February 6: The Rev. Dr. Suse E. McBay, Ph.D.

February 13: Outreach Sunday

February 20: The Rev. Dr. Russell J. Levenson, Jr.

February 27: The Rev. Dr. Suse E. McBay, Ph.D.

“How Reliable Are Gospels” with Professor Craig Evans, Houston Baptist University
Dec. 5 and 19

This study will include a special reference to the birth narratives.

“How Can I Change? Reflections on Christianity and the 12-Steps” with the Rev. Dr. Jim Jackson
Sept.12-Nov. 21

The course will examine how behavioral practices expand from choice, to habit, to addiction. It will examine the transformational promises of the Gospel and offer insights into how and why the church has failed to deliver these promises to the world. It will also explain how the 12-Step community makes use of parts of the Gospel neglected by the church. Finally, it will offer a comprehensive transformation plan that captures the convictions of the New Testament and the 12-Steps.