2018 KGM Bible Studies
Created for Purpose: Making a Difference in Your Corner of the World
by Tara Furman
Led by: Kat Tinsley
Location: The Mill, 146 S Main St., Fuquay-Varina
When: Tuesday mornings, January 30th-March 20th 9:30-11:30 am
Cost: $20 (Pay with registration)
Do you long to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in your corner of the world? Do you want your life to matter? Do you want your life to have meaning and significance before the God of the Universe?
Regardless of your past or your season in life, God desires you to make a difference in your sphere of influence. Every human being is created for a purpose—your life has been set apart for significance by the God of the Universe! Purposeful, significant, meaningful lives that bear much fruit are not just intended for a select few, but for EVERY child of God.
Just as no two fingerprints are alike, no two purposes are alike. God has a path for each of us—using our gifts and talents in every season of our lives. If we live perpetually in the safety of our comfort zones, we’ll never know the thrill of seeing God work beyond our abilities, and we’ll never know the thrill of living a life of purpose and significance.
When we determine to do life God’s way, we will live without regret and with great purpose; we will live in the abundance Jesus died to give us. This study will rock your world as you break the cycle of mundane living and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. And in the process, you WILL make a difference in your corner of the world!
Esther: The Providence of God
by Susie Klein
Led by: Allyson King
Location: KGM Office (upstairs unit without elevator), 107-C Fountain Brook Circle, Cary
When: Thursday mornings, January 18th-March 1st 10:00-11:30 am
Cost: $15 (payable to Allyson on the first day)
“Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14
Orphaned, exiled in a pagan land, and chosen to become a part of the king’s harem, Esther, a young Jewish woman, is elevated to become Queen of Persia. Esther is a story of intrigue in the palace and an evil attempt to destroy the Jewish people living in the Persian provinces. Although God is never mentioned in the book, His hand is clearly evident, and his presence is acknowledged by Esther and all the Jews, who fast and pray with her. How can one help but be inspired by the charming heroine who takes her life in her hands in order to save her people.
Knowing Your Identity in Christ
Led by: Leah Carson
Location: Knowing God Ministries Office (Upstairs Unit without Elevator), 107-C Fountain Brook Circle, Cary
When: Tuesday evenings, February 6th – April 10th (every other week) 7:00-9:00 pm
Our identity is how we define ourselves. Many things tell us who they think we are: the world, our family, our job, our friends, etc. But who or what does Christ say we are? Who does He call us to be? Before we can fulfill our individual and greater purpose, we must first know our identity in Christ. Join us as we discover the beautiful life God has called us to live.
Each week, participants will study Scripture passages pertaining to a specific aspect of our identity in Christ. Class time will include discussion and teaching on that aspect.