Bible Studies & Classes

Tuesdays at 6:30 - 7:30 a.m.
Room 103
Led by Ray Koons

  • 30 Minutes Watch Bible Study on Video
  • 20-25 Minutes Discussion Questions
  • 5-10 Minutes Group Prayer

Women's BSF

Women's Bible Study Fellowship

Every Monday night, beginning Monday, September 11th 6:45 PM

Click here for more information or to contact a BSF representative.

Sundays 6:00 p.m.
Led by George and Pamela Bourque
(903) 570-0822

Foundations of Christianity and of the Bible are taught in this in-home bible study class, for all ages.  Dr. & Mrs. Bourque welcome you to their lovely home to learn the truth of God's Holy Word.   Dr. George brings his teaching to you in a way that is interesting, accurate and easy to undertand.  You will love Mrs. Pamela's delightful prayers and insights!  It begins with food and fellowship, moves to praise and prayer, then on to Bible study.  A notebook is furnished each student. Strong relationships are formed.

Dr. Bill Burgdorf


A study of the book of Hebrews in session now every Wednesday at 6:00pm in Room 217.

When asked, “So, why should I study Hebrews?” The following points are offered:

1. A study of the Book of Hebrews may be the next step for us as a church as we seek to grow in our desire for greater intimacy with Christ, greater faith, and bolder acts of service.

2. More than any other New Testament book, Hebrews connects the dots between the Old Testament and the New.

3. The Book of Hebrews helps us to understand the relationship between Jewish and Gentile believers, and between Israel and the church.

4. Hebrews exalts the person and work of Jesus Christ, prompting us to draw near to Him.

5. Hebrews provides us with the most extensive exposition on the high priestly ministry of our Lord Jesus.

6.   Hebrews emphasizes the authority of the Word of God and urges us to heed its warnings and exhortations.

7.   Hebrews not only challenges us to live by faith; it provides us with many prac    tical examples of how this is done.

8.   Hebrews has many words of hope and encouragement, but it also has some very sobering words of warning for those who disregard God’s Word and draw back from intimate fellowship with our Lord. 

9.   Hebrews will not hear of us living lives of complacency, lives which neglect

      God’s Word, intimacy with Christ, and fellowship of His people.

10. Hebrews holds us accountable, not only for our own Christian walk, but also for what happens to our struggling or straying brethren.

11. Hebrews challenges us to press on to deeper spiritual understanding and

Christian maturity.

12. Hebrews summons us to endurance and perseverance, especially as days of

      greater persecution come upon us.

13. Hebrews instructs us as to how we should “abide in Christ.”

 Any questions?  Wednesday's at 6:00pm

 Contact Dr. Bill Burgdorf with any questions.

(903) 245-5328