Bible Study

Holy Child Parish Adult Bible Study Program presents

Wisdom: God's Vision for Life
 

Scripture and the Tradition of the Catholic Church provide an abundance of wisdom, though it can often be challenging to apply it to our lives. In this study, Jeff Cavins and Thomas Smith examine biblical wisdom as it relates to daily life. Drawing on the wisdom literature of the Bible—Proverbs, Wisdom, Sirach, and Ecclesiastes—Wisdom will teach you how to actively seek out sound guidance and increase your sense of peace in navigating life. In everything from friendships to finances, from making decisions to attaining peace of mind, Scripture offers a vision for happiness and well-being. With this program, you will learn how to gather, gain, and grow in wisdom, and you will experience the joy it brings to your life.

In this program, you will:

  • Discover what wisdom is (and what it isn’t!)
  • Learn new habits for increasing wisdom in your daily life
  • Gain confidence, through role models and practice, in living according to God’s vision

Study sessions will run from September to December 2018. 

Wednesday mornings at 10:30am in St. Maria Goretti Hall 
Thursday evenings at 7pm in the Parish Office Cenacle Room

For more information or to register, please contact us at faith@holychildparish.net

 

 

Coming in Winter 2019:

Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible

 

An Engaging Journey Through the Bible

This eight-part study provides the easiest way to understand the Bible. Unlocking the Mystery of the Biblemakes the complex simple. It helps you uncover the story woven throughout Scripture so that you can get the “big picture” of the Bible and understand what it is all about. The Bible is a story about the Father’s unfailing love for you - a love that you are now called to share with others.

You will:

  • Make sense of the Bible and see how it relates to your everyday life
  • Discover the remarkable connections between the Old and New Testaments
  • See how the sacraments, the Church and our entire Catholic Faith is rooted in Scripture