Current Study

This year, we as a church are embarking on a 31-week journey called, "The Story." This is a walk through the "big picture" of the Bible, designed to give you, the reader, an eagle-eye view of the major movements in Scripture. 


As a member of a Life Group, you will receive one free copy of The Story for your family! Ask your Life Group Leader or HOST, and we will get you a copy. 


To experience all that The Story has to offer, join a Life Group today!


For additional materials, please visit Christian Book Distributors or Amazon.


  • Preschool will be using "The Story for Little Ones"
  • Kindergarten thru 3rd Grade will be using "The Story for Children"
  • 4th thru 6th Grade will be using "The Story for Kids"
  • 7th Grade and above will be using The Story Hardbacks linked above.

reader's Guide

CHAPTER 19  ::  Sun 2/17 - Sat 2/23


1. How did the Lord use Cyrus to further his plans?  How does he sometimes use unlikely leaders (then and now) to further his plans for his people?


2.  Why did Haggai need to speak a prophetic message of encouragement to the people? 


3.  What hope do you see in Zechariah's words to the people?


4.  How did God use opposition to the building of the temple to do an even greater work of provision for his people?


5.  After reading chapter 19, what is one question you wish you could ask God about what you have read?


6.  Did you have a new discovery from what you read this week?  If so, what was it?


7.  Is there something you need to do based on what you have learned?



CHAPTER 20  ::  Sun 2/24 - Sat 2/30


1. How do you see the Lord working through Esther's circumstances and character in the process of becoming queen?


2.  How would you describe Mordecai based on his actions and words toward Haman, God, and Esther?


3.  What are some of the ironies found in the downfall of Haman?


4.  How did the Lord deliver his people even when the king's edict was not revoked?


5.  After reading chapter 20, what is one question you wish you could ask God about what you have read?


6.  Did you have a new discovery from what you read this week?  If so, what was it?


7.  Is there something you need to do based on what you have learned?