adultdiscipleship

Learning and growing together.

sunday morning adult discipleship groups

Sundays at FaithCov., 9:15am


At FaithCov, the centrality of the Word of God is one of our Healthy Missional Markers, 

as well as one of our Core Values. All of our values come from what we discern from the Word of God. 


Throughout the year, we offer several Bible Study groups geared toward helping adults learn more about God and deepen their faith.


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CURRENT DISCIPLESHIP GROUPS

  • book of luke

    October 28, 2018-April 14, 2019

    "For the Son of Man came to seek and save what was lost."

    Luke is an orderly collection of Jesus' teachings and deeds from His birth to His resurrection, as stated in Luke 1. 1-4. Acts, also written by Luke, is the sequel and is an orderly account of the 'adventures' of the Apostles. Both Luke and Acts are almost like a novel, going from one scene to another, in what may be chronological order.

    Luke 19.10 says, "For the Son of Man came to seek and save what was lost." For 24 weeks, let's find out about Jesus, who came to seek and save you!


    This study meets in the Fellowship Hall at FaithCov from 9.15-10.15a, during our Discipleship Hour.


    For more information and any questions about this study, please click here.

  • book of REvelation

    February 3-April 14 2019

    This is the study of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. In Greek, the word used is apokalypsos, meaning apocalypse, which we usually think of as referring to the end of the world (the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse). But it doesn't mean that. Instead, it means unveiling or revealing, and in this case, unveiling the majesty of the Risen, Victorious Jesus Christ, and revealing God's plan for the future.

    From Revelation 1:9 we read the outline of the book, where John is commanded to write:

    What is seen (Revelation 1)

    What is now (Revelation 2-3)

    What will take place later (Revelation 4-22).


    Many Bible prophesies have already been fulfilled; for example, the advent of  Jesus Christ, His birth, ministry, death, and resurrection. But many prophesies of "What will take place later," include His judgement, Second Coming, and Millennium Kingdom--which are yet to be fulfilled.


    "Blessed is the one who reads the words of this prophesy, and blessed are those hear it and take to heart what is in it, because the time is near." (Revelation 1:3)


    This study meets in the Prayer Room at FaithCov from 9.15-10.15a during our Discipleship Hour.


    For more information about this study, or any questions, please click here.