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Each chapter continues to grow spiritually, physically and mentally as they follow in Jesus' footsteps in becoming Fishers of Men.  The below information provides current, past and future study material to enhance your learning experience.  Feel free to access the resource library below or contact us anytime for additional study materials.

The Bible Project

The Bible Project is a series of animated videos that walk through the narrative of the Bible book-by-book and theme-by-theme.


Books of the Bible: Every book of the Bible has a narrative structure with its own plot and themes. We will walk through the structure of each book of the Bible.

Themes of the Bible: Key themes weave through the entire biblical narrative from Genesis to revelation. We trace those themes from beginning to end.

End Times

This group study examines thought-provoking teaching of core biblical concepts in prophecy.  The study features a 152-page workbook and 12 videos designed to prepare both individual students and small groups for a deeper understanding of eschatology.


The study covers key ideas and highlights from the book of Revelation, Daniel and other scripture. Students will gain a foundational appreciation of God's plan for Israel, the Church and the events that culminate the end of the age.

The Apostles: 12 Ordinary Men

Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God's work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament.


Jesus chose ordinary men - fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots - and turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from utter uselessness.  Help draw principles from Christ's careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today's modern disciple - you.

The Book of James

More than any other book in the New Testament, James places the spotlight on the necessity for believers to act in accordance with our faith. How well do your actions mirror the faith that you proclaim? This is a question that we all struggle to answer well. We would like to point to all the ways our faith and works overlap but too often see only gaps and crevices.

As you read the letter from James, focus on those areas that he mentioned: your actions during trials, your treatment of those less fortunate, the way you speak and relate to others, and the role that money plays in how you live your life. Allow James to encourage you to do good, according to the faith you proclaim.

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