Bible Studies

Life offers more than enough challenges.  Where do you go to find the answers?  How do you prepare yourself to know how to respond when difficult situations occur?

Study the Word, and He'll lead you in the right direction. 

There are many Bible studies available from which to choose...

 Sundays   Mixed Adults & Teens 9:15amBook of ROMANS Pastor Leavitt & Pastor Todd
 Wednesdays Men     7amBook of JAMES Pastor R. Leavitt
 Wednesdays Women 10amBook of JAMES Pastor R. Leavitt
 Wednesdays Teens 5:30pm Bible & Luther's Catechism Pastor Todd Kuehn

 Saturdays Mixed Adults & Teens 4:15pm
Book of ROMANS
 Pastor Leavitt & Pastor Todd



Both the Men's Bible study group and also the Ladies Bible study group are studying the Book of James. 

  • Men's Bible study -- starts at 7am
  • Ladies Bible study -- starts at 10am
We meet in the Wayman Still administration building for each of these study groups. Bring your Bible, or use one we provide. 

Saturday @ 4:15pm & Sunday 9:15am Bible Study -- Verse by Verse in ROMANS

Join us in a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Romans.

Why is Romans so important?

The letter to the Romans stands as the clearest and most systematic presentation of Christian doctrine in all the Scriptures. Paul began by discussing that which is most easily observable in the world—the sinfulness of all humanity. All people have been condemned due to our rebellion against God. 

However, God in His grace offers us justification by faith in His Son, Jesus. When we are justified by God, we receive redemption, or salvation, because Christ’s blood covers our sin. 

But Paul made it clear that the believer’s pursuit of God doesn’t stop with salvation; it continues as each of us is sanctified—made holy—as we persist in following Him. 

Paul’s treatment of these issues offers a logical and complete presentation of how a person can be saved from the penalty and power of his or her sin.

What's the big idea?

The primary theme running through Paul’s letter to the Romans is the revelation of God’s righteousness in His plan for salvation, what the Bible calls the gospel:

"For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith; as it is written, “But the righteous man shall live by faith.” 

                                                (Romans 1:16–17)

Paul showed how human beings lack God’s righteousness because of our sin (1–3), receive God’s righteousness when God justifies us by faith (4–5), demonstrate God’s righteousness by being transformed from rebels to followers (6–8), confirm His righteousness when God saves the Jews (9–11), and apply His righteousness in practical ways throughout our lives (12–16).


Pastor Todd leads this Bible study held on:

  • Saturdays at 4:15pm, and 
  • repeats again on Sunday mornings at 9:15am in the Fellowship Hall.