Adult Connect Groups

ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship) is our Adult Sunday School program. We have three tracks that change topics every quarter. Bible track, topic track, and family track. ABF is a great time to learn, study and build relationships within Manhattan First.


parent

9 AM in room 13

A parent’s greatest desire is to raise a child who can face anything with wisdom and confidence. But in a world of over-extended schedules, amoral messages, and incessant peer-pressure, how can you raise a confident child that follows God’s will, not the world’s? Chip Ingram’s practical tips for modeling right living, building strong bonds, and disciplining effectively will help parents bringing up Christ-centered kids who feel secure and significant no matter what comes their way. The book features practical, age-appropriate parenting tips, charts/diagrams, and action steps.


 

matthew

9 AM in room 12

If you ever wanted to get to know Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah, the Good News of Matthew is the best place to start. Yet, few commentators are able to truly present Yeshua in his Jewish context. Most don’t understand his background, his family, or even his religion, and miss the full picture of who he really is. That may sound strange, but in order to provide the historical and cultural setting of Yeshua’s day, a commentator needs to be well versed in first-century Jewish practices and thought, especially regarding the “traditions of the Elders” that Yeshua so often spoke about. Fortunately, we have a commentator who understands the Jewish Jesus an his connection to the rabbinical ways of his day.


 

behold_your_god

9 AM in room 11

Behold Your God, produced by Media Gratiae is a 12-week study for churches, small groups, families or individuals containing 12 sessions that are reinforced by a 12-week daily workbook. Each week’s lesson is preceded by a brief historical profile of a notable man or woman of God such as George Muller, A. W. Tozer, Samuel Rutherford, Charles Spurgeon, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Amy Carmichael, Robert Murray M’Cheyne, George Whitefield, Daniel Rowland and Jonathan Edwards.