Remote Bible study

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be conducting Bible study remotely via Zoom teleconferencing.  Zoom allows our pastor to conduct the study from his computer and allows participants to see, hear, speak, participate in breakout groups, ask questions, and even remotely raise their hands!


Our remote Bible study meets on Sundays at 9 am.  We will not have Bible study on January 17.


First, Zoom provides a how-to video that walks you through the step-by-step process of what you will need to join.


Second, members of Redeemer will receive an email link toward the end of the week that they can click on to join the Bible study.  If you are not receiving that email and would like to participate, please email us and we can add you to our list.


Finally, materials and handouts will be posted below for each session.  Please download them in advance of each session.

    january 3: 1 Samuel

    Even many Christians are unfamiliar with the history of Old Testament Israel, filled with so many confusing people, places, and events foreign to us in twenty-first century America.  This study of 1 Samuel shows how the history of God's people then is relevant to God's people now.  From January - March, we focus on the lives of Saul & David, the first kings of Israel.


    Today we introduce the entire second half of the book of 1 Samuel by looking at Saul's downfall and the Lord's rejection of him as king.  Our objective will be to envision ways in which an attitude that simply goes through the motions of religious life could lead to the downfall of a church today.


    Download the study guide here: L1_Saul_Rejected.pdf

    JANUARY 10: 1 SAMUEL

    Even many Christians are unfamiliar with the history of Old Testament Israel, filled with so many confusing people, places, and events foreign to us in twenty-first century America.  This study of 1 Samuel shows how the history of God's people then is relevant to God's people now.  From January - March, we focus on the lives of Saul & David, the first kings of Israel.


    Today we introduce the person of David and study his anointing as king and his entrance into King Saul's court.  Our objective will be to extrapolate applications for the church today when we focus on outward appearances instead of the character of the heart.


    Download the study guide here: L2_David_Anointed.pdf