The Wylie church puts an emphasis on Biblical education for every member. From our very youngest children to the elders of the congregation, everybody is continually learning, growing, maturing, and striving to understand the Bible in a more complete way.
“You must continue in the things you have learned and become convinced of, knowing from whom you have learned them; and that from childhood you have known the sacred writing which are able to give you the wisdom that leads to salvation” (2 Timothy 3:14-15).
To accomplish this mission, we provide classes for toddlers, always supervised in a safe, caring environment. Our children study an expansive curriculum that takes them on a journey through the Bible, covering every book and every major event. Our teenagers study material that is applicable to their struggles, with caring men from the congregation who serve as counselors, friends, and teachers. We have adult classes providing ample opportunity for growth even into our golden years.
We meet for Small Group studies in the community every Sunday at 7:30 pm: 1st Sunday – Men’s study 2nd Sunday – College devotional 3rd Sunday – Ladies’ study 4th Sunday – Teen/High school devotional
BIBLE STUDY GUIDE “As [middle schoolers] encounter the Bible, they are challenged to think for themselves and apply what they are learning to their lives. The interactive, illustrated Bible study, application activities, Bible and memory drills, time line, maps and more are all designed to help them dig into the Bible and be transformed by […]
“O God, You have taught me from my youth, and I still declare your wondrous deeds. And even when I am old and gray, O God, do not forsake me, until I declare Your strength to this generation, Your power to all who are to come.” Psalm 71: 17-18 We have a dedicated group of […]
College students are invited to join us at Abilene Christian University for this informal study, which includes lots of lively discussion. We are currently getting to know (and learn lessons from) a somewhat obscure Bible character . We meet every Thursday night at Brown Library, Room 284 (left of Starbucks). Parking for the library is free […]
In our study of the Book of Acts, we will consider the following thematic questions: God’s Mission? What do we learn about the nature and mission of God in Acts, and how should this impact our character and purpose as God’s children? Christ’s Community? What are commands and examples regarding both church community and individual […]
Who is God? This quarter we will look at God’s self-description and dramatic moments in the Biblical story to ascertain the character of God. God is pictured as a lion, bear, lamb, cloud, fire, shepherd, etc. By beginning to understand who God is, it increases our desire to follow Him. The Bible challenges our weak […]
Strategies for Overcoming Satan Respect Satan’s Power Appreciate God’s Power Take Responsibility Make a Firm Decision Be Accountable Burn Your Idols Let Go of Your Ego; Take Hold of God Take the First Step: Purity Be at Peace—Make Amends Forgive—Eliminate Bitterness/Anger Grow in Your Relationship with God Help Others Overcome God has given us His […]