Junior High

Sunday Mornings - 11:00 am
Monday Night - 7:00 pm

Our Monday Night Bible Study meets from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Room. Our night consists of eating pizza, hanging out, studying the Bible, worshiping, and playing a game. Pastor Travis Clark often hears junior high students say that they don’t know how to read their Bible… and, if they do read their Bibles, they don’t understand what they read. God has shown him that for the Jr. High Bible study, he needs to teach to them how to read and understand the Bible. This way the students will be equipped to study God’s Word for themselves. 

High School

Sunday Mornings - 11:00 am
Tuesday Nights - 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Tuesday Night Bible Study is from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Youth Room. Join us as we study through the book of Galatians, and hang out together. Pastor Travis Clark often hears high school teens say that when they read their Bibles, they are confused and don’t understand what they just read. So, on Tuesday nights he is currently teaching high schoolers the process of Prayer, Observation, Interpretation, and Application as a guide to help them as they study God’s Word.


BIBLE STUDY METHOD

We use the process of: Prayer, Observation, Interpretation, and Application as a guide to help us study the Bible.

  1. Prayer: We ask for God’s help to understand and apply His Word.
  2. Observation: We ask as many questions as we can, reference other verses, and look up words in the Greek.
  3. Interpretation: We look for the author’s intended meaning in the passage and ask ourselves, what does God want me to know?
  4. Application: We ask ourselves what does this mean for me? How can I apply this to my life?

If you have ever been watching a movie or reading a book that just kept you on the edge of your seat, let me encourage you that the same can be true with the Bible when you learn to dig in and allow the Holy Spirit to guide and help you. You will daily be encouraged, directed, and challenged in your understanding of how great our God is and how He has a plan for each our lives.
— Pastor Travis Clark