Meets in Room 113 and is currently doing “The Big Story of the Bible” — a look at the Bible from the 10,000-foot level. We are just starting the New Testament.
Taught by Kevin Stern
Kevin has been the Director of the Bookstore at Dallas Theological Seminary for over 20 years. After graduation from DTS, he served as a college pastor in California before returning to Dallas in 1994. His passion is studying and teaching the Word of God. He typically teaches book-by book through the Bible, explaining its meaning and showing how to apply it to today. All ages are welcome.
Meets in Room 120 and is currently doing a study in the life of Abraham. It will likely continue through the remainder of the year.
Taught by John Rack
John Rack, a retired Realtor, has been teaching Bible studies for over 30 years. He began teaching the Discipleship Class after coming to Redeemer 15 years ago. The class alternates between books of the Bible and topical studies with an emphasis on practical Christian living. All ages are welcome.
Meets in Room 110 and are currently studying Joshua.
Taught by Preston Russell and Chris Hutchens
Preston Russell is currently a Master of Theology (ThM) student with a New Testament Studies emphasis at Dallas Theological Seminary. He previously earned his B.A. in Biblical Studies from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. His conviction in this class is to magnify Christ through the passage-by-passage study through books of God’s Word, for the increasing of the love of God in His people.
Chris Hutchens is a graduate student of both Dallas Theological Seminary and Dallas International University. As a linguist and ancient Near Eastern language/culture scholar, Chris loves to make the message of the Old Testament practical and applicable to a twenty-first century audience. When not studying Chris enjoys spending time with his wife, Anne and their German Shepherd, King.
In January, Chris will begin a series teaching through the book of Job. The goal of this study is to find out how we as believers are to relate to God during hard times.
Meets in Room 214 and are currently studying discipleship of Jesus’ modern-day disciples.
Taught by Will Miller
A native Texan, Will was born in Corpus Christi, grew up in Houston, and has lived in Dallas since 2015. He came to faith at the age of 21 and has since then served in various ministry contexts. Currently, Will works fulltime at Dallas Theological Seminary where he helps manage many of the seminary’s extension sites. He studied music education at the University of Houston (saxophones), possesses a bachelor’s from the College of Biblical Studies-Houston, a master’s (MACE) from DTS, and anticipates starting doctoral studies (DEdMin), focusing on higher education leadership and young adult ministry. In 2010, Will married the love of his life, Rachael McGowan. Rachael was born in Houston, raised in a Christian family (as a PK), and was home schooled until high school, where she excelled as a competitive gymnast and cheerleader. She later studied counseling at Temple College. Rachael has also served in various ministry contexts including Christian education, as a ladies Bible study leader, and was recently a guest speaker at a ladies luncheon. Together, Will and Rachael’s mutual ministry passion is to encourage and assist young adults to live for Christ. In 2018, they volunteered to help form RBC’s young adult ministry—UR Life.
Community Foundation Groups (aka Small Groups)
Redeemer Community Foundation (CF) Groups help you grow by developing a deeper sense of community while providing opportunities to participate in all that we have been called to do as believers. CF Groups connect you to others who, in the Spirit and love of Christ, will care, pray over, encourage, inspire and provide you opportunities to share life experiences. Small groups meet throughout the week at various locations and times. For more information on these groups please use the “Sign Up” form below.
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The first Saturday of every month at 8:00am in the Fellowship Hall. We eat and fellowship together and usually have a time of devotion and/or working together on projects around the Church.
Women’s Ministry Fellowship
Childcare is provided
Tuesdays, 9:30-11:30 am, Room 120
Join us as we meet together for fellowship and time in God’s Word, in both a big group setting and small group setting.
Check Tuesday mornings on the CALENDAR for the current topic and any other updates.
Wednesday Evening Activities
Meal in Fellowship Hall at 5:30 pm (donations encouraged)
Prayer Meeting at 6:15 pm
Choir Practice, Youth, Young Adults meet at 7:00 pm
Check for updates on Wednesday evenings on the Calendar.