Men’s Small Group Bible Study

INDUCTIVE BIBLE STUDIES

Winter/Spring 2024
Sunday Nights, January 28 – May 5, 2024
6 PM | Fellowship Hall

Our inductive studies are designed to help believers go through the Bible and discover the rich truths of God’s word for themselves. Paul told Timothy to be a student of the Word (2 Timothy 2:15) and Peter encouraged us to have an answer for every man who asks for the hope that lies within us (1 Peter 3:15).

CURRENT SERIES AND SCHEDULE

By breaking up each study into six days of work and learning, with challenging questions and applications, the Inductive Study method will have you gleaning much from the awesome Word of God which never goes out void (Isaiah 55:11).
These studies are not designed to replace your weekly involvement in your local church fellowship for Bible study but are rather to supplement your daily devotions and reading times before the Lord. God promises to teach us much if we desire to know Him (Jeremiah 33:3).

CURRENT SERIES AND SCHEDULE

Complete lesson 14 before the January 28 meeting. Books are available for purchase in The Chapel Store. 

Lesson 14 – January 28th
Lesson 15 – February 4th
Lesson 16 – February 11th
Lesson 17 – February 18th
Lesson 18 – February 25th
Lesson 19 – March 3rd
Lesson 20 – March 10th
Lesson 21 – March 17th
Lesson 22 – March 24th
No Study – March 31st (Easter)
Lesson 23 – April 7th
Lesson 24 – April 14th
Lesson 25 – April 21st
Lesson 26 – April 28th
Lesson 27 – May 5th

WHY WE HAVE SMALL GROUP STUDIES

Morningstar Christian Chapel is an outreach fellowship of Calvary Chapel. As such, we believe in the Bible as the inspired, inerrant Word of God by which all things are given to us pertaining to life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). Therefore, we prioritize knowing God through the study of His Word.


We believe that we have been created for God’s pleasure (Revelation 4:11), and as His Church is to worship Him as an expression of our love (Psalm 95:6). Our worship must be spiritual (John 4:24) and expressed through our singing, praying, giving, and obedience to His Lordship in our lives. We look for His love in our lives as the supreme manifestation that we are truly worshiping Him.

We believe in the fellowship (koinonia) of all true believers in Christ (1 John 1:3; 1 Corinthians 1:9). We place a high priority on the gathering of the Body of Christ together to provoke one another to love and good works (Hebrews 10:24). We understand the importance of body ministry, each individual doing their part for the whole body, and thus every need being met.


We believe in the need for discipleship and training for the perfecting of the saints and for the work of the ministry (Ephesians 4:12). The church has been called to go out and make disciples. Following Jesus and serving Him requires both sacrifice and commitment (Luke 9:59-62). Training is being equipped and not just educated or informed.

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