NEW Series starting January 18, 2020

One of the most common descriptions of God is that He is compassionate. But what does that mean? And how does it affect us and how we should live? Jesus lived out the divine compassion, and the rest of the New Testament tells us that we are to show how we are made in God's image by exhibiting the same kind of compassion as Jesus did. Sessions planned for January and February 2020:


Jan 4: informal breakfast at Sunrise Bistro, Walnut Creek

Jan 11: tbd

Jan 18: God's Compassion (Old Testament)

Jan 25: God's Compassion (New Testament)

Feb 1: Compassion in the Church

Feb 8: Informal breakfast at Jack's in Pleasant Hill

Feb 15: Compassion in the Home

Feb 22: Compassion in the Workplace

Feb 29: Compassion in the World


These will all be guided discussions. Handouts will be provided, but most of the learning will occur together as we look at God's Word and what it has to say to us as men seeking to imitate Jesus Christ's compassion in all aspects of our lives.

men of all ages and backgrounds

Do you want to grow in your faith?


Can you grow on your own, or would learning with other men help?


Would you like to know the Bible?


If you answered YES to any of those questions then this is for YOU


You are invited to join with other men for an informal Bible Study

 

We meet at 8 am every Saturday at

Generations Church,
Except first Saturday of the month at

Sunrise Bistro, Walnut Creek

Frequently asked questions

Q. Do I have to know the Bible to be eligible to attend?


A. No! There will be some who have spent many years in studying the Bible, and some who have barely even opened. But we all have a ton to learn from opening it together.

 

Q. What will our meetings be like?

A. This will likely vary, depending on what we’re all looking for and how the Spirit leads us. But generally there will be some kind of teaching, and some discussion, and it will be informal and interactive.

 

Q. Is this just for older men?

A. No, at Generations we believe that older men can learn from younger and vice versa. God works in His church as all generations grow together.

 

Q. I’m not used to meetings like this. What is expected of me?

A. We simply want you to turn up. You can be an active participant, or as quite as a church mouse. You won’t be expected to read or pray aloud if you don’t want to, or to join in the conversation, or even do homework. But of course, the more you put into it, the more you will get out.

 

Q. Who will be leading?

A. The Holy Spirit, through men who feel called to teach or lead discussions. This will vary over time, and each “leader” will bring their own style and background to the table, and the rest of us will bring our contributions.


Q. Do I have to be a member of Generations Church?

A. No, this is open to anyone who wants to grow as a follower of Jesus Christ.


Did this answer your question? If not please contact us!

Previous Series: The Kingdom of God

All the handouts are now available online at this link.


We just completed a survey of the entire Bible. We traced the overriding theme of the Kingdom of God, stopping off to look at other major themes such as God's Sovereignty, Grace, Justice, the Holy Spirit and others.


The sessions discussed were:

  1. Introduction to the Kingdom of God
  2. Creation and Fall (Genesis 1-11)
  3. Redemption (Genesis 12-50)
  4. Preparation (Exodus to Judges)
  5. Kings (1 Samuel to Nehemiah)
  6. Wisdom (Job to Song of Songs)
  7. Prophets of Israel
  8. Prophets of Judah
  9. New Testament Background
  10. Profile of the King
  11. Kingdom Stories (Parables of Jesus)
  12. Kingdom Living (Sermon on the Mount)
  13. Kingdom in Action (Beginnings of the Church)
  14. Kingdom in Conflict (Paul's Letters and Other Epistles)
  15. Perfect Kingdom (Revelation)

Handouts for all sessions can be found here.