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Studies & Groups

Members of our ministry lead Bible studies and groups on various topics to help others grow in spiritual maturity and their walk with Christ. Please click the links provided on this page to contact for further information about joining.

Maggie Morrison is leading

The Awe of God 
By John Bevere 

God calls us to “be holy as I am holy” but how do we do that? We must understand what it means to fear the Lord. Join us as we walk through 10 weeks of transforming our perspectives and beholding the beauty of our King through holy fear and awe. 

Wednesday’s 10:30 am -12:00 pm

September 13- November 15 
Tampa, FL
(contact for childcare)

Megan Miranda is leading

The Book of Hosea

Studying the Old Testament with an in-depth look at the books of Hosea and Amos, followed by the Gospel of John. 
The books of Hosea and Amos land us right in the middle of a warning. The nation of Israel was full of people with material wealth but spiritual poverty - and so the prophets were sent by God with a message.  
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Tuesday's 9:25 am (In Person or Zoom)

September 12th-TBD 
Dunedin, FL , N Dunedin Baptist Church
(childcare & Homeschool room provided)

Jonie Buckley leading:
Divinely Discipled
    Accountability Group 

A disciple of Jesus is one who follows Him, is changed by Him and is committed to His mission.

We will study the life and ministry of Jesus as we purpose to follow Him and fulfill His mission of making disciples.

Bi-monthly on Sundays, 1pm-2:30pm

Ongoing group for young women 

New Tampa, FL

Jonie Buckley is leading

Great with God

Developing daily habits of spending time with God that will bring deeper intimacy with Him.

Weekly on Mondays, 2pm-3:30pm

Ongoing group

Wesley Chapel, FL

Cat Wood & Allison Marks are leading:
Girls Middle School Accountability Group 
(6th-9th Grade)
Memorizing Scripture, Importance of Prayer, Accountability, Fellowship 

Weekly (on going)
Starting TBD
Contact Cat for more info or to join.
Susanna Kozlow is leading:
The Gospel of Matthew

The Gospel of Matthew is the first book of the New Testament and one of the four Gospels. It explains how Jesus comes and then forms a community of disciples. This Gospel is full of His teachings (including the Sermon on the Mount and Beatitudes), along with Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. Matthew shows how both Jewish and non-Jewish people fit together in God’s Kingdom. Join us as we study the Gospel of Matthew, chapter by chapter!

Twice a month on Saturdays, 3:00 - 5:00pm
Ongoing Group
Contact Susanna for more info or to join.

But as for you, teach what accords with sound doctrine.

Titus 2:1

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