Striving for the Faith

Garden City church of Christ

Welcome

Welcome

We are striving locally and autonomously to be in every way the church that God sent His Son to establish, the church you can read about in the Bible. We are striving to preserve the unity of the Spirit that God granted us in our salvation as we have been told in Ephesians 4:1-3.

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Location and Times

Location and Times

We meet as a congregation Sundays at 9:30 AM and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.

Our building is located at:

4506 Augusta Rd., Garden City, GA

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Bible Studies

Bible Studies

We would be glad to invest time in studying God’s word with you; helping you to know God’s word better, answering any questions you may have & above all, helping you to know Jesus Christ & His gospel.

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Continuing a series in the book of Galatians.

Anxiety

August 21, 2022
Finishing a series in the book of Philippians. Chapter 4 includes thoughts on anxiety.
Continuing a series in the book of Galatians.
Continuing our series in the book of Numbers. In chapters 22-24, the king of Moab calls for Balaam to curse Israel. Balaam was a Gentile prophet of God and he always seems to confess a great respect for the authority of God’s word — but every reference to Balaam in the New Testament portrays him as an example of apostasy. In this lesson, we consider what we can learn from Balaam’s hypocrisy and the blessings God pronounced on Israel through him.
Paul’s letter to the Galatians tends to be under-appreciated because it deals with issues that can seem to be less relevant than the other epistles, and it contains arguments that can be challenging to navigate. Despite these challenges, the letter to the Galatians is not only needfully relevant, it is also incredibly rich in unique lessons that equip us to understand the freedom we have through Jesus Christ. In this lesson, we consider this passage in Galatians and draw lessons from Paul’s jealousy for the freedom that God had granted these Christians through the gospel. The first in a series in the book of Galatians.

Relating to the Exodus

July 24, 2022
The Exodus of Israel is one of the most significant events in the Bible, and it set a permanent context for the nature of God’s relationship with His people. In this lesson, we consider how we can relate to the way God chose to deliver Israel from Egypt through the Red Sea."
Throughout Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, we are urged to know, to value and to stand firm in the surpassing power of God. Although this is so strongly encouraged, it can be challenging to embrace these things since God’s power works toward us in spiritual ways rather than in physical ways. In this lesson, we look at the power God gave to David’s three mighty men in 2 Samuel due to their loyalty to David, to illustrate how God empowers our faith in our loyalty to Jesus.
Continuing our series in the book of Numbers. In chapter 21, at the end of Israel’s 40 years in the wilderness, they are marching to their final destination on the eastern side of the Jordan river. In this chapter, God grants Israel three significant military victories and He responds to Israel’s final complaint in a uniquely significant manner. In this lesson, we consider how these events can enlighten and embolden our faith in God’s power to overcome sin in our lives.
In 1 Timothy, proper clothing is defined as being modest and discreet. In this lesson, we consider what it means to wear clothing that reflects modesty and discretion.

Clothing as a Covering

June 19, 2022
In 1 Timothy, we are given an instruction to wear “proper” clothing. In this lesson, we look back at Genesis when God clothed Adam and Eve to first define proper clothing as that which covers the parts of the body that God would see as nakedness.
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