Wednesday Night Bible Study

So our Wednesdays have been spent lately spending time with our friends E.J. and Amber, getting together and encouraging each other in life, God, and anything else that comes up. 

Lately, though, we’ve been looking for a little more intentional meeting, and so we’ve begun to study the book of Revelation.  None of us have done a real intense study on the book before, so we’re trying to come to the text with fresh eyes and a heart open to revelation the Lord gives us. Lately I’ve been surprised at how much the Lord has shown me as we’ve studied together. Tomorrow I’ll probably try and post a teaching based on what we found on Wednesday on “Jesus, The Church, and The Coming Kingdom.”

But this Bible Study made me soar for another reason than just gaining revelation on the end of the age. I keep thinking about the E12 groups that IHOP formed shortly before we left.  I love the idea of believers gathering to understand the end of the age by engaging in a serious study of the word.  But now we’re actually doing it!  We’re actually beginning to prepare for the end of the age by studying end time events in scripture.  I’m sure they’ll be more to come…


About traviskolder

Travis Kolder is a follower of Jesus, a husband, a father of five, an organic church planter, and a writer. He lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he serves as part of the Cedar Rapids House Church Network.

One response to “Wednesday Night Bible Study”

  1. Bryan says :

    Hey Travis,
    Just wanted you to know I am caught up on your new blog now. Nothing specific to comment about because we have already talked about the things you blog about…Anyways keep it up. Don’t know if Ill make it to tuesday night becuase my car is totaled. So if I don’t then my spirit is with you guys!

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