Wednesday Night Live begins in the new year on January 11. Join us for Bible study and fellowship! As you make your resolutions for the coming year, we hope that you will consider diving a little deeper into faith and study. A great way to do this is to participate in a Wednesday night adult study.
Leading Bible Study with Preschoolers and Children – Emily Carter Cox, a child and family therapist with the UNC Department of Psychiatry, Raleigh Campus, will join us in January to talk about child development and children’s understanding at different ages. She will discuss specifically how to share some of our most beloved yet problematic Bible stories when working and learning with children.
Cultivating and Strengthening Resilience – Our very own Becky Sansbury will lead us in a conversation of practices that can help us stabilize and move forward even during times of crisis. Becky is an author and nationally recognized speaker. We look forward not only to her insights but also her care and compassion in this study. Consider bringing a friend who might need a bit of support and encouragement.
Winter Bible Study: The Megillot – Join us for a Bible study based on the “little books” of the Old Testament – Ruth, Esther, Song of Songs, Lamentations, and Ecclesiastes. Dr. Tony Cartledge will lead our study. Tony has taught Old Testament, writing, and ministry courses at Campbell University Divinity School since 2007. He has published hundreds of articles and several books as sole author (Vows in the Old Testament and the Ancient Near East; 1 & 2 Samuel; Intrigued, How I Love to Proclaim It; Tall Tales and Deep Truths; Sessions with Genesis; and Sessions with Samuel). He is co-author of A Whole New World: Life after Bethany and Job: Into the Fire, Out of the Ashes, and I’m in Cells: The Captivating Story of Bob Barker and the Bob Barker Company. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at Campbell, Cartledge writes a weekly Sunday School curriculum called Nurturing Faith and is Contributing Editor for the national news journal Baptists Today. You will not want to miss this study.