Join us for this rich study of Paul’s Letter to the Romans where the apostle teaches us about the deep implications of our sin and the gracious gift of righteousness which is imparted to us by the work of Christ and apprehended by faith. He will answer questions such as, “If salvation is wholly a gift and not our work, why not continue to sin that grace may abound?” We will be led to deep gratitude and worship as we see the magnificence of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, according to the Scriptures alone for God’s glory alone! And we will see how this work of grace gives us complete confidence in our salvation and enables us to live for God in our daily lives.
Please note: We are offering both an in-person option and a virtual option via Zoom for this study. If you choose the virtual option, you will be able to listen to the large group discussion then participate in a virtual table group for further discussion, fellowship, and prayer. When you sign up, be sure to choose the option that best suits your needs now.
Led by Jennifer Donovan, Steph Wessel, and Emily Wingfield
Wednesday Mornings, 9:30-11:30am
September 2021-May 2022
Garden Room at Knox (lower level)
Study Guide – Romans: Encountering the Gospel’s Power