At HBPC “Family Matters!”
This fall, noted speaker John Rosemond encouraged us to make Jesus the center of our family life. And we know we are better equipped to deal with our struggles and rejoice in our joys when we share them with families of faith -- our “church family” as well as our “home family.”
On Wednesday nights, there is a great slate of offerings for adults of all ages and stages of life, where the major emphasis is, “Family Matters!” As a new offering, we are pleased to present a Thursday “brown bag” lunch gathering each Thursday into mid December. On Sundays, between services, there are thriving adult groups available for anyone to join.
We encourage you to join an existing small group -- or start a new one. Check out the links on this website for excellent resources and courses of study.
Summary: The Holy Spirit is at work at Hodges. We want you to feel welcome and to further explore with us a meaningful relationship with Christ for you and your family.
We thank God for all He is doing and all He has in store for us through the remainder of this calendar year. To God be the glory!
P.S. God also calls us to disciple the next generation. HBPC honors that responsibility with a dynamic lineup of offerings for young children, middle school and high school youth. The “Entire Family Matters!”
The Adult Discipleship
The Mission of Hodges Boulevard Presbyterian Church is, "Connecting people for whole-hearted discipleship in Jesus Christ." The Adult Discipleship Ministry Team intends to help each person in the congregation discern his or her part in carrying out our mission by "equipping the saints for ministry."
To start with, who is a disciple?
Once we have a sense of who a disciple is, we want to address the four most crucial questions of our day.
First, the most important question in my life is the one Jesus asks me:
Then, I ask myself:
Our vision for this section of our corporate website is to make available to family discipleship groups, covenant groups and other small groups resources that are useful " ... for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness that the man or woman of God may be complete, equipped for every good work" (II Timothy 3:16-17). We hope you find these resources useful as you seek to pursue "continual renewal" in your own life.
There are additional resources available in the HBPC library. Click here for a list of those resources.