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Virtual Bible Study & Sunday School Classes
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July 14 - August 4, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Rev. Carl Moore, Facilitator
Join us LIVE on YouTube
Join us for the next five weeks as we study the first six chapters of Nehemiah. We will find in these chapters hope to overcome insurmountable challenges. Also, we will learn God is still restoring that which the enemy has broken in our lives. No matter what is going on in your life, the lessons of hope and restoration from the Book of Nehemiah will truly bless and inspire you.  
Join us on the Turner Chapel YouTube Channel for the live stream each Wednesday night.
Everyone is invited to connect...
Weekly Small Group Sessions
See Details Below
NOTE: Classes meet on various days of the week & at various times!
Facilitator: Sister Edna Martin 
Meeting Date & Time: Friday 11:00 am
The purpose of this 12-lesson study class is so “that you may become mature Christians and may fulfill GOD’S will for you” (Colossians 4:12).  “We are not meant to remain as children ... but to grow up in every way into Christ" (Ephesians 4:14-15)
The theme of Ephesians is that God will one day submit everything under the leadership of Jesus Christ. He is the Head of the church and the fullness of God in human flesh. He gives His church extraordinary power to walk filled with the Holy Spirit, revealing the nature of God in all things. 
Jesus loves the church and cherishes everything about her. He is the one who brings Jews and non-Jews into one body. The church is God's new humanity-one new man. It is the new temple where God's glory dwells, and the church is the bride of Christ--the beloved partner who is destined to rule with Him.
Key themes are:
We have many spiritual blessings through Christ.
Each believer is gifted through the Spirit of God.
Our faith should work its way into all our relationships.
Our spiritual strength comes from God through His Word and our faith.

Book:  Life Lessons from Ephesians by Max Lucado
Facilitators: Rev. James Hairston &
Rev. Teronda P. Hamilton
Meeting Day & Time: Thursdays @ 7:00 pm
Interested participants, please email the class facilitators:
Rev. Hairston
Rev. Teronda Hamilton
Master Life is a sequential, developmental, small-group discipling process that enables you to make Christ Master and to master life by developing a personal, lifelong, obedient relationship with Him. You will learn to practice these basic Christian disciplines as you grow toward Christlikeness: spend time with the Master, live in the Word, pray in faith, fellowship with believers, witness to the world, and minister to others. Master Life consists of four six-week courses, each designed to take you to a deeper level of knowledge, commitment, and service in your Christian walk.
A Biblical Process of Growing Disciples
Master Life I: The Disciple’s Cross
You will develop a deeper relationship with Christ as you practice the six Biblical disciplines of a disciple.
Master Life II: The Disciple’s Personality
You will develop Christlikeness in character as you learn to live in the Spirit.
Master Life III: The Disciple’s Victor
You will experience victories over the world, the flesh, and the devil in spiritual warfare.
Master Life IV: The Disciple’s Mission
You will join God’s mission of making disciples by identifying your stage in growth and your role
in ministry.
Textbook: MasterLife by Avery T. Willis, Jr.
Facilitator: Rev. Matthew Harper
Meeting Day & Time: Tuesday @ 7:00 pm
A block of study (10-12 weeks) will begin on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 7:00 pm and will provide a high-level summary timeline of Genesis to Revelation in the Bible.
Book: “The Expanded Panorama Bible Study Course from the Creation of the Angels to the New Jerusalem” by Alfred Thompson Eade. Available @
Welcome to Tuesday Evening Continual Bible Study. Because of COVID-19, we are adjusting and finding new ways of loving, praising, worshipping, and serving our Heavenly Father. This will be a continuing evening Bible Study which will allow ample time for us to:
· do in-depth study of books of the Bible over a period of weeks,
· explore various aspects of being a Christian such as faith, belief, humility, salvation,
· understand what the Bible says about giving, family relations, loving the un-Godly, etc.
· discuss significant current events and how we, as Christians, should process and respond and more.
Through candid discussions, we will be able to share our testimonies, so we all can grow from our experiences IN the world while building barriers to becoming part OF the world. We will learn more, build each other up, love on each other and laugh a lot because laughter is medicine for the SOUL! (Proverbs 17:22). 
Facilitator: Ernest Foster
Meeting Day & Time: Every Tuesday @ 7:00 pm
Why Study The Book of Revelation?
1. Revelation is the Word of God (the Bible)
2. Jesus told us to watch for signs of things to come
3. Revelation is about Jesus
4. Revelation reveals God’s future plan
5. Revelation will give us a concern for those who reject God and His Son, Jesus
Excerpt from In The Book of Revelation (The Smart Guide to the Bible Series) by Daymond R. Duck and Larry Richards
God has a message for you, and it is in Revelation; but there’s a catch! The catch is you must read and study Revelation in order to receive the message. Revelation is exciting and mysterious and contains prophecy and a lot of symbolism, so we will reference several other books (especially the book of Daniel) and explore aspects of prophecy such as: The Rapture; The Second Coming; The Tribulation Period; The Unholy Trinity; The Millennium; and many other aspects of prophecy. Much symbolism can be found in the Book of Revelation; however, just like other books in the Bible, you don’t need a Ph. D. to understand. As you pray and study and ask God to reveal the meanings of other scripture that you study, He will do so.  If you are just beginning to study the Bible, I personally would not recommend that you begin your study with Revelation; however, in considering that God has promised a blessing for all who will read or hear the words of the prophecy of Revelation, and keep the things written in it, all students are welcome to attend.
Every 2nd & 4th Sundays
Time: 12:00 pm
Ages: 3rd - 5th Graders
Our virtual Sunday School will be creative and fun for students in grades 3rd through 5th. Please be prepared to explore and learn from many different Scriptures, Topics and Themes
Facilitators:   Gwendolyn Brown, Hollye Goler
& Sydnie Jones 
Meeting Day & Time: Every Sunday @ 8:15 am
Women ONLY
Women Anchored in The Lord is more than a class-- It is a group of women being led by the Lord.  As a result, our topics, discussions and prayers vary. We realize that life is a journey and the Holy Spirit is our guide. Come join us as we seek and pray; study and share; and learn, laugh and mature in The Word. 
Facilitator: Rev. Matthew Harper  & Kevin Tolbert 
Meeting Day & Time: Every Sunday @ 8:15 am
This class deals with ”Spiritual maturity.”  Geared to help men grow in Spiritual maturity and develop a better understanding of what it means to be a Christian man and what God expects of us as Christian men. We will have open discussions on what we perceive to be our roles as men, husbands, fathers, boyfriends and members of God’s church. We then compare these discussions to what the Bible describe as our roles and work towards changing ourselves to fix the Bible’s description of our roles.  
Facilitators:  Vanessa Williams & Kevin Beard
Meeting Day & Time: Every Sunday @ 8:30 am 
In Christian theology, sanctification is a state of separation unto God; all believers enter this state when they accept Christ. Sanctification is the effect of obedience to the Word of God in one’s life. It is the same as growing in the Lord, or spiritual maturity. God started the work of making us like Christ, and He is continuing it.

“Sanctification” is not an everyday word. In fact, it’s an idea that has little value in our me-focused, instant-gratification world. Yet regardless of trends, culture, or opinion, being sanctified (i.e. being set apart from the world) remains a vital part of our journey with Christ.
But what does this process look like? How do we begin? And is it even possible to live a life pleasing to God? Renowned theologian and teacher Dr. R.C. Sproul believe it’s not only possible, it’s our calling. Pleasing God delivers an in-depth look at
God’s plan and pathway for spiritual maturity. Clearing away the confusion of religion and dogma, Dr. Sproul reveals how every believer can experience authentic, lasting life-change through their relationship with God. Built on sound doctrine and rich in Biblical insights, Pleasing God offers a practical guide for anyone longing to live a life that honors their Savior.
How can imperfect people hope to please a perfect God? The answer is both simple and challenging: sanctification. “Pleasing God “takes an in-depth look at sanctification and its essential role in the life of every believer. Filled with Biblical insights, this release guides both new and seasoned Christians through God’s path for transforming His people.
Book:  Pleasing GOD by R.C. Sproul
Facilitators: Kingsley Sackey & Rev. Rose Ngonde
Meeting Day & Time: Every Sunday @ 8:00 am
The Epistle of Jude is believed to be authored by Jude the half-brother of Jesus. Such is the belief because while he characterizes himself as “a bond servant of Jesus Christ”, he also refers to himself as “a brother of James”. (Without any other designation, this James is believed to be the half-brother of Jesus, leader of the Jerusalem Church during Paul’s missionary journeys, and author of the Epistle of James). Jude wrote this letter to believers at a time when several of the Apostles had passed or not easily accessible, and there were massive invasion of error and false theology being taught by false teachers in the church.
While Jude had purposed to write to believers about “our common salvation”, he instead exhorts believers to contend earnestly or stand up for the faith by strengthening themselves with what the Apostles had taught and written about Jesus Christ, and to reach out to those who are being influenced by false teachers in their midst.
Few books in the New Testament have more to say to our generation than the Epistle of Jude. It is a frightening letter about the recurrent danger of error, rebellion, and judgment. Distorters of the faith will find the letter distasteful because of its warnings and uncompromising stance against defectors from the truth of Jesus Christ. But to those who approach the letter with receptive hearts, Jude’s words speak as clearly and forcefully today as they did almost two thousand years ago.

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