Truth & Healing Center
WEEKLY MEETINGS
People from All Walks of Life
Discipleship Study
Meets every week…If you are serious about being a true follower of Jesus Christ, learn what it means to be a Disciple.A disciple is defined as learner, a pupil, one who comes to be taught. The relationship between the disciple and his teacher is not merely that of a student listening to a lecturer or a passively interested listener. A disciple listens with attention and intention. He drinks in every word of his teacher, marking every inflection of voice with an intense desire to apply what has been learned.While every disciple is a believer, not every believer is necessarily a disciple. Many may think that the term disciple refers only to the early followers of Christ. We know that they were a praying, worshiping, loving, giving, and evangelizing group of men and women who refused to keep the truth of the gospel to themselves. Yet, God still desires disciples today-ordinary people like you and me whom God can use to do extraordinary things.If you are a true disciple, your Christian walk will be challenging and exciting, and you will have a sense of purpose and direction, but if your Christian experience can be described as dull, unfulfilling, and even boring at times, you need to seriously examine the statement Jesus made concerning what it means to be a disciple. After all, how can we expect to fulfill the Great Commission (Mark 16:15, Matthew 28:18) to go into all the world and make disciples if we don’t even really know what one is? It literally takes one to make one. The Christian experience of the believers in the first-century church may seem radical to many in the church today, but to those early believers it was normal Christianity and these men and women empowered and motivated by the Holy Spirit turned their world upside down for the sake of Christ. In short, they were true disciples of Jesus Christ.
Hour of Power Bible Study
Meets every week… Christians do not merely study the Bible as an academic discipline, but with the desire to know God better. They pray that God will give them understanding of His Word being studied. They also consider it necessary to consider what they read with an attitude of love and respect, rather than the critical, negative, or doubtful attitude which some have concerning God’s Word. The Bible is not just a sacred book, but is the very Word of God, that is a message from God which has direct relevance to our daily lives. The Hour of Power Weekly Bible Study will Teach you to “Fall in Love With Jesus” forever!