Local Bible Studies In

ATLANTA, GA

We are reading the Bible in coffee shops, restaurants, and neighborhoods all around the Atlanta area. And we want to connect with more people who are interested in doing the same. All of the groups listed below are open to attend. Some groups have contact information listed so that you can confirm the time and location with a text message to a teacher or volunteer.Para un estudio en español, véase la parte de abajo de la página

Alpharetta, GA

The Last Week of Jesus' Life: An 8-Week Series

1:15pm every Monday until April 18thWe meet at: Starbucks, 11740 Haynes Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30009. Look for the MEETUP name tent on the table!Join us as we draw from the accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to tell the story of the last week of Jesus' life and his resurrection from the dead. Over the course of one week Jesus goes from a triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem to a humiliating death on a cross. We will examine the reasons his enemies were so determined to kill him, how their actions instead fulfilled the plan of God, the confusion and failure of his closest followers, and his astonishing appearance from the dead. We will provide a reading schedule before every class that will allow us to weave the four gospel accounts into one consistent and compelling story of God's plan for all men and women.Taught by Russ LaGrone (404-580-1266)

Norcross, GA

Studies in the Gospel of Luke

Every Monday at 7pmWe meet at: Panera Bread, 3280 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Norcross, GA 30092What you have heard is True!
Approximately 30 years after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, it seems that a wealthy man named Theophilus became interested in Christ and Christianity. We presume that Theophilus was taught about and believed in Jesus, but some of the stories he heard about him may have seemed too strange to be true. So he asked an investigator to get the facts about what Jesus had really done and taught. This special investigator learned as much as he could about Jesus’ life, work and teachings. He then wrote a documentary about Jesus Christ. We still have it today. It is the Gospel of Luke.
Luke tells us how he went about his task: “So it seemed good to me as well, because I have followed all things carefully from the beginning, to write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus, so that you may know for certain the things you were taught. (Luke 1:3-4) In addition, to being inspired by God to write this Gospel, it’s clear that Luke did his research, probably traveling to Judea and interviewing Christians who had known Jesus. Luke learned that Jesus took special interest in the less-respected members of society.Luke showed Theophilus how Jesus reached out to those less respected in first-century Jewish society. Jesus loved everyone, regardless of their station in life. Even his enemies knew it: “Thus they asked him, “Teacher, we know that you speak and teach correctly, and show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.” (Luke 20:21).Taught by Mike Krek (404-580-7675)

Living For Christ

Roswell, GA

Topical Study

First Thursday of each month at 7:30pmThe first Thursday of each month about a dozen people meet for Bible study and snacks.Taught by Phillip ShumakeFor the address and more details, contact Rod or Paula (770-587-3171), Phillip Shumake (859-537-8142)

Loganville, GA

Origins of the Gospel

From the book of Genesis
First Friday of each month at 7pm
The bible makes truth claims related to our origins and how they explain our world in a way that gives us perspective and purpose. The Genesis narrative stands as a historical as well as theological construct laying a foundation for the gospel, which is the Creator dwelling in and living with His creation.This monthly 45-minute study through the first 11 chapters of the book of Genesis will examine the relevance of the creation narrative and its importance to the message of the gospel. How it provides the answers to difficult questions as it relates to the human condition.Goals of the Study:
1. Increase our knowledge of the foundational truths of God’s plan for redemption from death.
2. Encourage a biblical world view that leads to greater faithfulness and confidence in benevolent Creator.
3. Equip ourselves with sound evidence for the origins of life and the universe, providing concrete answers for those that would be skeptical of the Genesis model for creation.
Taught by Danny Campbell and Scott GroganFor the address and more details, contact 719-231-3298

Doraville, GA

Spanish Language Bible Study
Gospel of Mark

Every other Thursday night at 8pm (call to confirm each time)We meet at: White Windmill, 5881 Buford Hwy NE, DoravilleEstudio bíblico/Bible Study in Spanish
Varios temas/various topics
Every other Friday night at 7:30pm (call to confirm each time)
Various locations in the area of Doraville, Norcross, Duluth
Contact: Brigham Eubanks (732-801-3767) and Alvaro Matias (678-975-4120)
Cada dos viernes, 7:30pm
Varios lugares en el área de Doraville, Norcross, Duluth
Favor de llamar o mandar un mensaje de texto a Brigham Eubanks o Alvaro Matías para confirmar cada vez
Contacto: Brigham (732-801-3767), Alvaro (678-975-4120)

More Coming Soon

Additional Subjects To Be Posted

We look forward to meeting you soon. To request a new study subject or area, please text Phillip at 859-537-8142.