Wednesday Night Bible Study
Wednesday nights will be busy at St. Martin’s starting October 9! Our new Wednesday night program, facilitated by Aubrey Hardman and our clergy, will explore stewardship as part of our Christian walk of faith. Join us for discussion, prayer, coffee and dessert from 7-8 p.m. in the west parish hall. Childcare will be provided. This class will run from October 9-November 6.
October 9: Spending Time – The Eternal Value of Numbering Our Days
We need to manage our time with eternity in mind. None of us knows how many days, hours, or seconds we have left on Earth; all of us want to spend those days, hours, and seconds on something significant. This study will instruct us on the value of numbering our days. By doing so, we realize how few we actually have, spend them wisely, and live them out for God’s eternal purposes.
Scripture: Psalm 90
October 16: Finding Financial Freedom
A great number of Americans today are enslaved by money. They’re in bondage to their creditors, the consumer culture, and their own insatiable appetites for more and more stuff. The purpose of this Bible study is to provide biblical steps to financial freedom. If you want your life to count, you have to master your money.
October23: Tithes, Offerings and Thieves
God wants to minister to our nation and our world in many wonderful ways, yet he chooses to work through the obedience and generosity of his children. The purpose of this study is to awaken a desire for obedience and generosity in our hearts. To have a life that counts, we must stop robbing God and start giving generously.
Scripture: Malachi 3:7–12