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Welcome to ABI Antioch Bible Institute

ABOUT US: Question, Discuss, Listen and Learn. We use a four-fold approach to study the Holy Scripture. Only by knowing God and applying His truth can we be fully alive, fully human and fully relational.

Once you review the course descriptions, you may enroll here:

Summer 2020 Semester

July

Wednesday Night Bible Study The Church --Course Description:When most people hear the word church they probably think of a building. Maybe it is a fancy building or a simple building where believers gather. But biblically speaking, a church is much more than a building. In fact, some would say that the church is not a building at all, but is all about the people. Instructor: Rev. Christopher Respass

August

8/5/2020 Saul’s Disobedience--Course Description: It was Samuel who was to convey the Lord's battle plans. Saul was to wait for him. However, since Saul kept his eye on the sundial and his dwindling army, he gave in to panic and rushed ahead on his own.

8/12/2020 David and Goliath -- Course Description: The Goliath narrative in 1 Samuel 17 Saul and the Israelites are facing the Philistines in the Valley of Elah. David hurls a stone from his sling and hits Goliath in the center of his forehead, Goliath falls on his face to the ground, and David cuts off his head.

8/19/2020  David and Bathsheba--Course Description: The story of David and Bathsheba reminds us of how great men who are called by God are still humans and struggle with sin. This is a summary about the Biblical account of David and Bathsheba. Read more in depth Bible verses in the Scripture.

8/26/2020 Solomon’s Wisdom--Course Description: Perhaps the best known story of his wisdom is the judgment of Solomon; two women each lay claim to being the mother of the same child. Solomon easily resolved the dispute by commanding the child to be cut in half and shared between the two.

Fall Semester 2020

9/2/2020 Life Point Forum--Course Description: God designed us for relationship, but we often find ourselves feeling isolated. Small Groups are designed for you to experience community, find freedom, and take next steps.

9/9/2020-11/18/2020 ---The One Anothers, Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

9/16/2020 ---Instruct one another (Rom 15:14), Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

9/23/2020--- Have the same care for one another(1 Cor. 12:25) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

9/30/2020---Serve one another (Gal. 5:13) Insturctors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

10/7/2020---Love One Another (John 13:34) Insturctors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

10/14/2020---Bear one another (Gal 6:2) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

10/21/2020--- Be kind to one another; Forgive one another (Eph. 4:32) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

10/28/2020--- Do not Lie to one another (Col. 3:9) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

11/4/2020--- Encourage one another; Do good to one another (1 These. 5:11) , Do not Provoke one another; Do not Envy one another (Gal. 5:26) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

11/11/2020--- Do not Speak evil against one another (Jas. 4:11)Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass, MTS

11/18/2020--- Confess your sins to one another; Pray for one another (Jas. 5:16) Instructors: Rev. Christopher J. Respass, MDiv, Sis. Charmaine L. Respass,

9/12/2020 Romans Bible Study Class--Course Description: The world is filled with bad news, and human beings are in the hold of a terrifying power that grips them at the very core of their being. Left unchecked, it pushes them to self-destruction in one form or another. The essence of Paul’s letter to the Romans is that there is also some truly good news. Instructor: Deacon James Glenn, 10 weeks - Saturdays 10 am - 11 am

10/7/2020 Bible Study -- Step by step Through the Old Testament--Course Description: The Old Testament is the first part of the Christian biblical canon, which is based primarily upon the twenty-four books of the bible, a collection of ancient religious Hebrew writings by the Israelites believed by most Christians and religious Jews to be the sacred Word of God.

11/4/2020 The Burning Bush -- Course Description: While tending his father-in-law Jethro's sheep in the land of Midian, Moses saw a baffling sight on Mount Horeb. A bush was on fire, but it did not burn up. Moses went over to the burning bush to investigate, and the voice of God called to him.

11/11/2020 The Call of Abraham --Course Description: The miracle that began God's plan took place in Sarah's body. ... "In order to gather together scattered humanity God calls Abram from his country, his kindred, and his father's house, and renames him Abraham, that is, 'the father of a multitude of nations." In you all the nations of the earth shall be blessed.

11/18/2020 Esau’s Birthright and Stolen Blessings -- Course Description: Views of the birthright Rebekah later abets Jacob in receiving his father's blessing disguised as Esau. Isaac then refuses to take Jacob's blessing back after learning he was tricked, and does not give this blessing to Esau but, after Esau begs, gives him an inferior blessing (Genesis 27:34–40).

12/2/2020 Joseph in Prison  Course Description: If we take our whole impression of his prison-life from the Book of Genesis, our impression cannot be either accurate or complete. The inspired narrative tells us that Joseph was bound; it records his earnest entreaty when he was released.

12/12/2020 Samson as a Judge -- Course DescriptionSamson was the last of the judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Book of Judges in the Hebrew Bible and one of the last of the leaders who "judged" Israel before the institution of the monarchy

12/19/2020 Ruth, Naomi and Boaz -- Course Description:In Bethlehem, Ruth sustained herself and her mother-in-law by gleaning kernels from the barley harvest. One day, she met the owner of a field named Boaz, who received her kindly. In response, Boaz promised to take care of her, a symbolic acceptance of marriage (Ruth 3:11)

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