October 29, 2016

Calendar

Oct
25
Sun
Worship Gathering – Liturgy Service
Oct 25 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

You are the church! We gather online and in homes.

As you feel comfortable, invite a trusted friend to your home and join other followers of Jesus online.

Online options include Zoom (see home page) and Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/agapechurchwi/

 

 

Oct
26
Mon
Celebrate Recovery
Oct 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

…a night of fellowship and teaching followed by small group sharing time.

Maybe you have a problem with anger. Maybe it’s drinking too much or using drugs. Maybe your problem is an addiction to food, sex, pornography or even work. Or maybe you are dealing with grief, depression or co-dependency. You may have been the victim of emotional, physical or sexual abuse.

We ALL have hurts, habits, hang-ups, or an addiction that needs attention. Celebrate Recovery offers a safe place to fellowship and learn from others with real-life struggles.

Come as you are.

Not sure this is for you? Stop by any Monday night and check out the first hour of large-group time; it’s open to all and no commitment is required.

Oct
27
Tue
Men’s Bible Study & Practice Group
Oct 27 @ 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm

These are the preparatory questions covered in our practice groups.
Discovery – This looks at the context of the book and its author.
  1. Who wrote the book?
  2. What do we know about the author?
  3. What genre is the book?
  4. What do we know about the book (the cultural, social, political context in which it was written)?
  5. Why was the book written?

Understanding – This helps us understand the text in context.

  1. What is the main point of the passage?
  2. Why is the author making it?
  3. What does the passage tell us about God?
  4. What does the passage tell us about humanity in general?
  5. What does the passage say about us (humanity-specific)?

Application – This helps us live right; i.e. live according to what God intended.

  1. Given your discovery and understanding of the text, what does right-living look like? What does it mean to live right?
  2. What stands in your way (our way) from living that way?
  3. What is one specific (small) step that you can take to be closer to the right-living that God intended?

Sharing – This creates new habits in our own lives and helps others discover a deeper relationship with God and others.

  1. During discovery, understanding, and application, we share our knowledge and insights. This is the baseline from which we turn outward.
  2. Based on your discovery, understanding, and application of the text, what could and should be shared with others?
  3. Who do you know that could specifically benefit from something listed in the previous question?
  4. How might you be able to share it? (Imagine yourself sharing, how would you do it?)
Nov
1
Sun
Worship Gathering – Sunday Brunch
Nov 1 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

As you feel comfortable, invite a trusted friend to your home and join other followers of Jesus online.

You are the church! We gather online and in homes.

Online options include Zoom (see home page) and Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/agapechurchwi/

 

Nov
2
Mon
Celebrate Recovery
Nov 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

…a night of fellowship and teaching followed by small group sharing time.

Maybe you have a problem with anger. Maybe it’s drinking too much or using drugs. Maybe your problem is an addiction to food, sex, pornography or even work. Or maybe you are dealing with grief, depression or co-dependency. You may have been the victim of emotional, physical or sexual abuse.

We ALL have hurts, habits, hang-ups, or an addiction that needs attention. Celebrate Recovery offers a safe place to fellowship and learn from others with real-life struggles.

Come as you are.

Not sure this is for you? Stop by any Monday night and check out the first hour of large-group time; it’s open to all and no commitment is required.

Nov
3
Tue
Men’s Bible Study & Practice Group
Nov 3 @ 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm

These are the preparatory questions covered in our practice groups.
Discovery – This looks at the context of the book and its author.
  1. Who wrote the book?
  2. What do we know about the author?
  3. What genre is the book?
  4. What do we know about the book (the cultural, social, political context in which it was written)?
  5. Why was the book written?

Understanding – This helps us understand the text in context.

  1. What is the main point of the passage?
  2. Why is the author making it?
  3. What does the passage tell us about God?
  4. What does the passage tell us about humanity in general?
  5. What does the passage say about us (humanity-specific)?

Application – This helps us live right; i.e. live according to what God intended.

  1. Given your discovery and understanding of the text, what does right-living look like? What does it mean to live right?
  2. What stands in your way (our way) from living that way?
  3. What is one specific (small) step that you can take to be closer to the right-living that God intended?

Sharing – This creates new habits in our own lives and helps others discover a deeper relationship with God and others.

  1. During discovery, understanding, and application, we share our knowledge and insights. This is the baseline from which we turn outward.
  2. Based on your discovery, understanding, and application of the text, what could and should be shared with others?
  3. Who do you know that could specifically benefit from something listed in the previous question?
  4. How might you be able to share it? (Imagine yourself sharing, how would you do it?)
Nov
5
Thu
Christian Life Practice Group
Nov 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Call, text or email for details: 262-333-8088 / info@agapechurch.life

These are the preparatory questions covered in our practice groups.
Discovery – This looks at the context of the book and its author.
  1. Who wrote the book?
  2. What do we know about the author?
  3. What genre is the book?
  4. What do we know about the book (the cultural, social, political context in which it was written)?
  5. Why was the book written?

Understanding – This helps us understand the text in context. 

  1. What is the main point of the passage?
  2. Why is the author making it?
  3. What does the passage tell us about God?
  4. What does the passage tell us about humanity in general?
  5. What does the passage say about us (humanity-specific)?

Application – This helps us live right; i.e. live according to what God intended.

  1. Given your discovery and understanding of the text, what does right-living look like? What does it mean to live right?
  2. What stands in your way (our way) from living that way?
  3. What is one specific (small) step that you can take to be closer to the right-living that God intended?

Sharing – This creates new habits in our own lives and helps others discover a deeper relationship with God and others. 

  1. During discovery, understanding, and application, we share our knowledge and insights. This is the baseline from which we turn outward.
  2. Based on your discovery, understanding, and application of the text, what could and should be shared with others?
  3. Who do you know that could specifically benefit from something listed in the previous question?
  4. How might you be able to share it? (Imagine yourself sharing, how would you do it?)
Nov
8
Sun
Worship Gathering – Liturgy Service
Nov 8 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

 

You are the church! We gather online and in homes.

As you feel comfortable, invite a trusted friend to your home and join other followers of Jesus online.

Online options include Zoom (see home page) and Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/agapechurchwi/

Nov
9
Mon
Celebrate Recovery
Nov 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

…a night of fellowship and teaching followed by small group sharing time.

Maybe you have a problem with anger. Maybe it’s drinking too much or using drugs. Maybe your problem is an addiction to food, sex, pornography or even work. Or maybe you are dealing with grief, depression or co-dependency. You may have been the victim of emotional, physical or sexual abuse.

We ALL have hurts, habits, hang-ups, or an addiction that needs attention. Celebrate Recovery offers a safe place to fellowship and learn from others with real-life struggles.

Come as you are.

Not sure this is for you? Stop by any Monday night and check out the first hour of large-group time; it’s open to all and no commitment is required.

Nov
10
Tue
Men’s Bible Study & Practice Group
Nov 10 @ 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm

These are the preparatory questions covered in our practice groups.
Discovery – This looks at the context of the book and its author.
  1. Who wrote the book?
  2. What do we know about the author?
  3. What genre is the book?
  4. What do we know about the book (the cultural, social, political context in which it was written)?
  5. Why was the book written?

Understanding – This helps us understand the text in context.

  1. What is the main point of the passage?
  2. Why is the author making it?
  3. What does the passage tell us about God?
  4. What does the passage tell us about humanity in general?
  5. What does the passage say about us (humanity-specific)?

Application – This helps us live right; i.e. live according to what God intended.

  1. Given your discovery and understanding of the text, what does right-living look like? What does it mean to live right?
  2. What stands in your way (our way) from living that way?
  3. What is one specific (small) step that you can take to be closer to the right-living that God intended?

Sharing – This creates new habits in our own lives and helps others discover a deeper relationship with God and others.

  1. During discovery, understanding, and application, we share our knowledge and insights. This is the baseline from which we turn outward.
  2. Based on your discovery, understanding, and application of the text, what could and should be shared with others?
  3. Who do you know that could specifically benefit from something listed in the previous question?
  4. How might you be able to share it? (Imagine yourself sharing, how would you do it?)