Conservative Christianity
in a Spirit of Grace

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It may strike some as strange that a Bible study by a group of men would be called Ironworkers. The phrase “iron sharpens iron” is found in Proverbs 27:17 “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” There is mutual benefit in the rubbing of two iron blades together; the edges become sharper, making the knives more efficient in their task to cut and slice. Likewise, the Word of God is a “double-edged sword” (Hebrews 4:12), and it is with this that we are to sharpen one another—in times of meeting, fellowship, or any other interaction. We have seen joy, tears, laughter, strengthening, bonding and so much more take place on Saturday morning.

We can go over a familiar Scripture in the men’s Bible study and someone will bring up a point that I have never thought about. (Doug Webster)

Picture1I was hit and miss during my wife’s bout with cancer and missed a lot. I became convicted that I need to be in the Bible study. It is now rare for me to miss. I have found myself gaining a broader understanding of God’s Word. Our “Elder Spokesman”  (Jim Cantley)

The men’s Bible study is where I come to dig into the depth of God’s Word. I have been learning to let God be in complete control of my life and openly share with other men of faith. (Champe Butler)

One word, fellowship. (Fred Robinson)

Several men have said that the Bible study is the highlight of their week. Come find out why! We will be looking for YOU!! We meet in the library each Saturday morning at 7 a.m. and many of the men go out to breakfast together afterwards to continue the enjoyment started around God’s Word.

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