Category Archives: Bible

The Discipleship Project

The Discipleship Project of Horizon Central

We have begun putting together several series of topical studies with a goal of getting any number of different people involved in their creation.  Each printable study is to be no more than one page in length and is meant to be covered in one meeting.  We eventually want to have a large online catalog of studies like these, both topical and through-the-Bible.  Within this we also plan to stress both the doctrinal and behavioral aspects of discipleship.  Ultimately these can serve as a tool for individual discipleship or to facilitate classes, small groups or one-on-one relationships for general Christian growth. 

Please check out what we have so far by clicking the Discipleship Project link over to the right.

The Most Excellent Way

The Most Excellent Way, a ministry that deals with addictions from a biblical point of view is now meeting here at Horizon Central.  Check out the blog under the “Our Ministries” category off to the right.

Contact Barry Atwell: 317-495-1939

Join them at Old School #18, 1001 E. Palmer St., from 7 to 8:30pm on Saturday evenings.

TMEW

Wednesday Evening 6/3: KIDS Church & 66 Books

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This will be our last installment of KIDS Church  and 66 Books before we break for summer.  We’ll finish off the Bible this evening with Book 66: Revelation.  See the notes below.

66_Revelation.pdf

There will still be plenty of activities going on at Old School #18, but we’ll be on a different schedule.  Check back here or call us for more information.

Horizon Central Main Office: 317-917-0450

KIDS Inc.: 317-917-0451

Sunday 5/31: Romans 5:12-21

Dr. Aubrey de Grey, a British researcher on aging, seeks immortality. He challenges the most basic assumption underlying the human condition — that aging is inevitable. He argues instead that aging is a disease – and one that can be cured. He claims he has drawn a roadmap to defeat biological aging. He provocatively proposes that the first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born. He may even be right.

If you’d like to familiarize yourself with Dr. de Grey and his work, you’ll find helpful media to view on  his media page.

Today we will begin by asking the same fundamental question that Dr. de Grey asks, but whereas he asks it from the physical, biological side, we will approach it from the biblical, spiritual side. That question is:  Why do we die?

Look for the message on the Notes & mp3s page.

Sunday 5/24: Romans 5:1-11

In Islam, the Quran says a lot of nice things about both Jesus and Mary his mother, but absolutely denies the crucifixion of Jesus Christ (Surah 4:156-157). Why would that be? Something about the cross makes the world nervous. From a biblical perspective the cross is, well, crucial. In Romans 5:1-11, Paul gives us ample reason to focus on it and fully understand its meaning.

Look for the message on the Notes & mp3s page.