In lieu of our temporarily suspended midweek Bible Study and Prayer service, every Wednesday Pastor Mike sends us questions based on the previous Lord’s Day sermon. They are then discussed in the next Sunday School class.

These questions are designed to stimulate thought and discussion not only on the theological and Christological importance of the sermonic texts but also to cause us to make deep and penetrating investigation into the constancy, sincerity, and intensity of our walk with the Lord.

Above all, they challenge us to consistently examine the authenticity of our professed intimacy for the Lord Jesus Christ “whom God put forward as a propitiation by his blood, to be received by faith.” Rom 3:25a.

Lastly, they encourage us to apply the transcendent truths of the texts in the fulfillment of this year’s corporate goals of sanctification and evangelism/discipleship.

Sample Questions


Our Women’s Book Club meets every 3rd Saturday from 10 AM - 1 PM at our current location, 

The Pentecostals of Stone Mountain, 6212 Memorial Dr., Stone Mountain, Georgia, 30087.

We began studying Christina Fox’s, Closer Than a Sister: How Union with Christ Helps Friendships to Flourish. Our first study covered chapter 1, “Made for Community” and 2, “United to Christ and One Another.” Some of the questions and matters joyfully discussed in our meeting were:

•    the meaning and significance of our union with Christ.

•    what are the essential elements of community in general and of covenant community in  


•    the Holy Trinity as the ultimate Source and Paradigm of community.

•    the consequences of being made in the image of God.

•    in what ways did the Fall of Adam and the Tower of Babel affect God’s community?

•    how is the Lord God building his New Covenant Community?

•    how are we strengthening or weakening God’s covenant community in our own local


We pray that the Lord will direct our efforts to glorify him by granting us a God-centered focus, a Christ-honoring perspective, and a Spirit-dependent disposition, throughout our studies.

Our next meeting is on Saturday, April 21.  Please join us

For further information please call … 678-327-5696.


Our Men’s Book Club meets every 4th Saturday, 9 - 11 AM to discuss a chapter from a work of leading theologians and evangelicals. 

We recently completed Joel Beeke's, Overcoming the World, Grace To Win The Daily Battle. 

These studies and discussions are helpful in deepening our faith in God, sharpening our ethical corners and brightening

our hope.

(Currently suspended for our Men's Training course)