Thursdays 9:15-11:00 a.m.
January 16-May 7, 2020


A. The Book of EXODUS

The book of Exodus recounts God's actions in history to bring a group of people out of slavery and make them His treasured possession. But even more than that, Exodus points us to God's higher purpose for all laws and all people: pure and wholehearted worship of a just and loving God.

B. The Gospel of JOHN

"Who do you say I am?"
Jesus asked this important question to His disciple Peter, and now He asks it of us. Through the Gospel of John, we will answer this important question by looking at the profound I AM statements made by Jesus and the miracles He performed that give affirmation to His declarations.

C. The Book of HEBREWS

Some people like to speak and write in hyperboles to describe people or experiences, but when the author of Hebrews uses expressions such as "better than," "greater than," or "superior to" concerning our Lord Jesus, he is not exaggerating. Words cannot adequately describe the priceless riches and hope we have in Christ, the only Person truly worthy to hold first place in our lives.

Taught by: Susan Rice

Taught by: JoAnna Lane

Taught by:  Lois Bascom

For the last 4 weeks of this semester, April 16, 23, 30, May 7, all three classes will meet together in the Multipurpose Room, with our closing luncheon after the lesson on May 7.

For any questions, or to register for a class, contact Lois Bascom at: Bascom618@gmail.com or 513-792-9445.

Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come.