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Bible Studies spring 2018



  • Is GEnesis history

    Monday Mornings 10-11:30 am

    April 9-May 7

    A study of Genesis 1-11 in view of Science, History and the Bible. Join us as we consider the findings of the thirteen different PhD's in the field of science in view of what the bible states. Register Here.


  • the Gospel According to Luke

    Sundays 9:15-10:30 am

    january 7-may 6

    It has been four years since we followed Jesus around on Sunday morning. Moreover, we have never followed Him through the eyes of the faithful physician Luke. Luke made a careful investigation so he could write an orderly account “of the things that have been fulfilled among us.” Join us this year as we look at what some call the Gospel of the Son of Man. Instructor: Tim Townsend. Register Here.


  • going deeper

    in the arts of spiritual conversations

    wednesdays 6:30-8 pm

    january 17-May 2

    The goal of this class is to help Christians cultivate ongoing spiritual conversations with people who have a different faith perspective. January 17-February 7: the Arts of Noticing, Praying & Listening. February 21-March 21 The Arts of Asking Questions & Loving. April 11-May 2 The Arts of Welcoming & Serving. Simple practices build a foundation of relational trust and open the gateway for conversations about God to unfold naturally. Instructor: Tony Boos        Register Here.


  • Baptism Class

    Sundays 11 am

    May 6, August 19, November 11

    We would love to celebrate the gift of Baptism with your family. If you would like to learn more about Baptism for you or your child, contact the church office at 248.689.4664 or email pfargo@faithtroy.org. Our class is offered throughout the year

    and is required for Baptism.  


  • Cherish:

    breathe new life into your marriage

    Wednesdays 6:30-8 pm

    April 11-May 2

    Millions of couples getting married have pledged to “love and to cherish, until death do us part.” Most of us understand and get the love part. . . but what does it mean to cherish our spouse? This study will draw on teachings from the Bible to show how cherishing can have a powerful effect on a marriage. Facilitators: Harry Krupsky and Eric Ferrell.   Register Here


  • april 13 & 14

    Live Simulcast

    10 am-6 pm

    Equipping families, churches, and professionals to better serve children impacted by

    adoption and foster care. Download conference workbook here.