Category: Bible Studies

Welcoming 2015 – Bienvenue 2015

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Students are gearing up for the new semester, getting ready for new challenges and new experiences in their journey of school life. Montreal University Bible Fellowship is welcoming all students ready to give them full support, be it some kind of material support, emotional support, but most importantly, students will find spiritual support and guidance. Through the Bible – the Word of God – and through prayer and fellowship students can discover rock solid support not only for school life, but for their entire life outside school.

We welcome all students and all persons, whether you are seeking spiritual guidance, whether you have never heard or read the Bible before and just want to learn about it for the first time, whether you are a Christian seeking to grow your faith in Christ, whether you want to be involved in ministry, whether you need a place to pray and worship, or whether you just need a friend, you can find it here.

Come check us out! We are always around the campuses of McGill and Concordia. Our schedule for the beginning of the semester is:

McGill:

  • Kiosk will be set up during Frosh week from Tuesday to Friday, near the corner of University St. and Milton St. (9 AM – 3PM)
  • Special free course called “King of the campus”, come sign-up during Frosh week at the kiosk.
  • Group studies every Monday at 8:00 PM in the McClennan 2nd Floor Room 17B
  • Personal studies at anytime! Call us to make an appointment.
  • Tyrannus presentations once a month; September edition will discuss the topic of suffering (“Why is there suffering?”)

Concordia

  • Group Bible studies every week (Please stay tune for the time and place)
  • Personal studies at anytime! Call us to make an appointment.
  • Tyrannus presentations once a month; September edition will discuss the topic of suffering (“Why is there suffering?”)

UQAM

L’étude biblique personnelle en tout temps. Appelez nous pour prendre un rdv.

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Book of Romans Studies

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Greetings in Christ,

Usually, the Montreal ministry studies a special book during the summer time. This year, we are studying the first eight chapters of Romans studies. The book of Romans, written by the Apostle Paul is one of the key books of the New Testament, or actually the whole book of the Bible. Martin Luther, one of the first reformists of protestantism, considers the key book that is essential for all believers. May God help us to learn of basic gospel faith through our Romans studies.

May God bless your summer time in reflection of God’s grace and in his word.

Summer 2012 Bible Studies

This summer we are studying the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. Two of the minor prophets that enabled them to restore the temple of Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity.

The restoration of the temple helped God’s people to have a clear identity through God’s word.

Ezra 7:10 says, “Now Ezra had dedicated himself to the study of the law of the Lord, to its observance, and to teaching its statutes and judgments in Israel.”

During this summer we may give our hearts to the study, observance and teaching of God’s word. You can access the question sheets in our Bible study section.

God be with you!