DiscipleU  Sunday


Sundays at 10:00 and 11:30 a.m.

Taught by Pastor Joel

The book of Ezekiel is a mixture of poetic, artistic description and detailed prose. Many of the symbols, actions, and pictures used by Ezekiel appear again in the New Testament book of Revelation. While the book of Ezekiel is a certainly a difficult book to understand, it is part of God’s Word, part of the truth that the Holy Spirit is assigned to open up to us. As we proceed through this study, our goal will not be to study the book as an exercise in ancient history or literature, but rather to seek what the Spirit has to teach us from the biblical text, where he will rebuke us, how he will correct us, and how he will train us in righteousness. Such a study will be full of relevance for contemporary Christians, for at its heart the whole of Scripture is a testimony about Jesus Christ (John 5:39). The same study is offered at both 10:00 and 11:30am to accommodate whichever service you attend. Bring your Bible! 

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DiscipleU Wednesday

Gospel of Luke

Wednesdays at 7:15 a.m. in the Prayer Chapel

Taught by Pastor Seth

The Gospel of Luke bears the name of the “beloved physician” (Colossians 4.14) who investigated the sources and history about Jesus of Nazareth. In the Gospel of Luke, Luke seeks to reveal to the reader (and hearer) that this Jesus was in fact, the long-awaited Messiah who has come to set the world free! As Lutheran scholar Gerhard Krodel writes:

 …the church would be infinitely poorer without Luke’s magnificent portrait of Jesus and the special traditions which Luke preserved in his Gospel. The stories of the prodigal son, the good Samaritan, the rich fool, the rich man and Lazarus, the Pharisee and the publican, the birth and infancy narratives…are part of Luke’s special material and are probably best known and most treasured in the church.

This study, taught by Pastor Seth, meets on Wednesday mornings at 7:15 am in the Prayer Chapel and is open to men and women of all ages. If you don’t know much about the Bible—this is a perfect place for you! Bring your Bible (if you don’t have one, we’ll get one for you)! After the study at approximately 8:00 a.m., those whose schedule permits, reassemble at Coco’s Restaurant in Tustin for breakfast and continuing conversation.

You are always welcome as we study the Word of God!