Fellowship Meal & Sunday School

“Fellowship” comes from the original Greek term found in the Bible, “koinonia”. The word means “partnership, sharing and participation together”. Fellowship is crucial to the life of Christians, and it is a highlight of life at GfBC Conroe. During the week, many of us are somewhat scattered geographically, and Sundays are a great time to encourage one another in the hope we have in Jesus Christ.

Fellowship has two main components: sharing Truth together and sharing Life together.

Prior to our worship service, we gather in the auditorium for a deliberate time of fellowship (9:45 am). During this “Sunday School” time we study the Word of God and the application of His Word to our everyday lives. Our specific topic varies, providing a range of topics for study and discussion.

We are presently working through a study entitled “Christian Liberty“, taught by Dr. James Renihan, President of IRBS Theological Seminary. We are studying together the Biblical basis for this vital Christian doctrine. Both legalism and lawlessness are rampant today. What is the Biblical solution?

Lecture 1: Why is “Christian Liberty” Important?
Lecture 2: Slaves and Prisoners
Lecture 3: Redemption Through Jesus Christ
Lecture 4: Justification by Faith Alone
Lecture 5: Freedom from the Law of Moses
Lecture 6: Freedom from Man-made Doctrines and Laws
Lecture 7: Self-Righteous Worldliness
Lecture 8: Festivals and New Moons and Sabbaths
Lecture 9: What is Sin?
Lecture 10: Perversion of Christian Liberty
Lecture 11: The Decisions of Life
Lecture 12: Christian Liberty and the Church
Lecture 13: Loving My Neighbor as Myself

Our fellowship continues after our worship service each week as we share a meal together. As we gather for the day, you will see members and repeat guests bringing in covered dishes and crock pots, both homemade and store-bought. We’re not picky! This is an excellent opportunity to get to know each other in a casual environment, to enjoy the children playing together, to discuss the sermon and other things of God, and to encourage each other in the ordinary affairs of life from a Biblical perspective.