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Who was "Drawn Out?
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NEW on 7/18/16!
|In thirty years of Bible study, I've learned the most from the students who ask questions.|
|Praise him, praise him, all ye little children! God is love, God is love. NEW on 8/18/16!|
|You are among the gifted. What are you going to do about it? NEW on 8/15/16!|
|The Bible seems less interested in answering the question as in giving us an answer to suffering itself: the divine and human presence of our comforters and friends.|
|The whole point of the Bible is that God helps those who cannot help themselves.|
|This is a series of comments to go along with your reading of The Story by Max Lucado and Randy Frazee.|
|The good news and the bad news is that The Law makes us all too aware of our sin.|
|The great news is that God loves us enough to redeem us from sin and death|
|What is the Biblical basis for the vows we take when we join the United Methodist Church?|
|Does your pastor preach from the Lectionary? This short study helps you understand the readings.|
|Find out which of your favorite Bible verses are everyone else's favorites, too.|
|Our Advent study for 2012 examined the scriptural origins of the lyrics to "The Messiah."|
|The Bible talks more about our behavior than about heaven, end times, or theology. What does it mean to live the Christian life?|
|The Bible stories we teach to our children are expurgated, abbreviated, and annotated. This topical study takes an adult look at the Bible stories and songs we learned as children.|
|Last year's Advent study includes the words to favorite songs from Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, or Hanukkah and discusses the scriptural basis of the lyrics. |
|Some of the most important words describing God's character don't mean exactly what we think they mean.|
|Women have held every important position available in Judeo-Christian history, with the exception of Messiah.|
|Where in the world were the children of Israel?|
|From Ashdod to Zidon, it's on the map.|
St. John's United Methodist Church "Transforming Lives Through Christ."
Traditional worship services are held Sundays at 8:15 and 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary. Contemporary worship services are held Sundays at 9:30 a.m. in the Family Life Center. Jazz Vespers are held monthly on the second Saturday at 5:00 p.m. in the sanctuary. St. John's feels especially called to the worship of God and to the service of our neighbors through our music program.