Bible Studies and equipping opportunities
Short-term Bible studies, classes, seminars, and other equipping opportunities provide great ways for you to connect with others and build your walk with Jesus. Choose from a variety of studies offered throughout the year.
“90-Day Challenge Through the New Testament” led by Pastor James Armstrong, 1-2 p.m. Wednesdays, January 11 - April 5, in the Lighthouse Cafe at Woodridge. If you've never read the entire New Testament, then join Pastor James as we read and learn how to effectively read and study the Bible better than ever before.
“Agents of Babylon: A Study of Daniel” led by Pat Wilson-Wolff at 9:30 a.m. Thursdays, January 12 - March 30, in the library at The Standard CLCL (Christian Library/Coffee Lounge), 1552 Bella Cruz Drive, Lady Lake. Verse by verse, here’s what the prophecies of Daniel say about the end of days. Buy the study guide "Agents of Babylon" at davidjeremiah.org. Class size limit: 20 (but there is a waiting list).
- How do we pray in accordance with God's Word?
- What hinders people's prayers to God?
- How do we fight the "battlefield of our minds"?
- How do we learn to listen and discern God's Holy Spirit speaking to us/HIS WILL for our lives?
- How do we intercede in prayer for others?
- How do I pray for healing?
- How do I increase my faith/intimacy with God in prayer?
- What is the mystery of the Holy Spirit praying on our behalf?
Come share your experiences with prayer and learn how to go deeper as we dive into the exciting world of PRAYER.
“1 & 2 Thessalonians” led by Bud Smith, 9:30-11 a.m. Thursdays, January 12 - March 23, in The Commons at Southern Oaks. Paul’s words of appreciation, instruction, and admonition scattered throughout these two letters can help LOCC become more and more the church God wants us to be.