FBC Elizabethton reschedules men’s Bible study for Saturday
Published 12:35 pm Monday, January 24, 2022
First Baptist Church Elizabethton is inviting all men to come and take part in a new Men’s Bible Study – “Kingdom Man,” a study by Tony Evans.
Originally set to begin Jan. 22, the study has been rescheduled to begin Saturday, January 29. Participants may choose between two scheduled meeting times – Saturday mornings at 8:30 a. m. with a BYOB – Bring Your Own Breakfast/Biscuit; or Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. Meetings will be held in the church’s Fellowship Hall.
The study will be led by Jim Presnell, Sterling Cullop, and Kerry Jenkins.
Kingdom Man: Every Man’s Destiny, Every Woman’s Dream – Bible Study Book is a 6-session Bible study designed to empower men to exercise the God-given dominion they were created for by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities along with practical steps on how to become a man who rules his world well.
This study challenges and equips men to fully understand their position under God, learning to operate under the authority of Jesus Christ.
• Six weekly group experiences for discussion, sharing, and viewing DVD sessions featuring author Tony Evans
• Individual study five days a week, including content to read and learning activities to help men apply the principles to their lives
• Examines what it means to be Kingdom man in the world today
• Motivates men to accept their roles and responsibilities as leaders in God’s kingdom
• Shows men how to identify the spheres of influence that God has entrusted to them
• Suggests practical ways to advance God’s kingdom at home, at church, and in the world
Dr. Tony Evans is a pastor, teacher, author, speaker, and one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles. Through his local church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and national ministry, The Urban Alternative, Dr. Evans promotes a Kingdom agenda philosophy that teaches God’s comprehensive rule over every sphere of life as demonstrated through the individual, family, church, and society.
For more information, please contact Kerry Jenkins, First Baptist Elizabethton, 212 E. F Street, 423-543-1931.