Friday, May 31, 2013

Tuesday evening Bible Study location change

As we've announced at recent meetings, the location of our Tuesday evening Bible Study is being changed.  Beginning with this coming Tuesday, June 4, we will be meeting at the Paquin Tower building about two miles west of my house.

Paquin Tower is a 15 story (tallest building in Columbia) apartment building situated at the northern edge of the MU campus.  The building has 200 units of subsidized housing for people with disabilities, and all the residents have been invited to the Study.   We will be meeting in the main floor lobby "dining room" area.  The start time will continue to be at 6:30PM.

The building is conveniently located, being a little south of Broadway and a little west of College Blvd.  The simplest route is to take Broadway to College Blvd., then turn left (south) on College and, after a few blocks, turn right (west) onto Paquin Street.  The Paquin Tower main lobby entrance is on the right.  You (definitely) can't miss it.

Abundant parking is available on Paquin Street and surrounding streets.  All the metered street parking is free after 6PM.  We've been asked to NOT park in the Paquin Tower parking lot.

Here's a Google map of the location:,+Columbia,+MO&hl=en&ll=38.947878,-92.32348&spn=0.009579,0.021136&sll=38.947661,-92.323383&sspn=0.004823,0.010568&gl=us&hnear=1201+Paquin+St,+Columbia,+Boone,+Missouri+65201&t=m&z=16

We're thankful to have a meeting place in such a great location, and we're especially thankful for the outreach opportunity toward the building's residents.  We greatly need the Lord's help to bring the right folks to the Study and make future study times profitable. 

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Christ Brings Us to God

The heart of the gospel message is the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  Christ went through all these things "that He might bring us to God".

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Approaching Apologetics

Apologetics is the area of theology concerned with defending the Christian faith against the objections of unbelievers.  This message examines the Bible's remarkable descriptions of unbelievers and how these truths should affect our apologetic approach.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Preparing for Persecution

Some form of persecution is inevitable for all Christians.  This passage exhorts believers to prepare for persecution in these ways: (1) Be zealous, (2) Be fearless, (3) Be submitted to the Lordship of Christ, (4) Be ready to defend your faith, and (5) Keep a good conscience.