Join a Bible Study Fellowship group as we walk through Matthew chapter by chapter, exploring God’s Word in context. We will savor the life of Jesus, from His miraculous birth, insightful teachings, unbelievable miracles and penetrating parables until ultimately journeying alongside Him to the cross and Easter morn. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ shows how God’s one and only Son provides the only path for every human being to find redemption and reconciliation to their Creator God.
Who is Jesus? What do His words have to do with your life? How can Jesus possibly bring peace and satisfaction to your life and broken world today? Explore God’s answers to these questions and more in community.
Details: Women’s Group:
Starts September 2021, ends May 2022 100% via Zoom 1x per week at 7pm CST on a weekday (day is TBD) Duration: 40 min
Starts September 2021, ends May 2022 Option for 100% Zoom Group, or In Person (Pending Campus Meeting Protocols) Tuesday’s at Noon (CST) Duration: 40 min
WHO CAN JOIN: Any one who works for ExxonMobil
HOW TO JOIN: Women’s Groups: Email Amy Kamenova with your personal email address, and I will send you the private invitation link
Men’s Groups: Email Tim Mattews (for Online Group) or Bob Bahr/ Mike Barber (for in person group)
In response to the challenges of 2020, a group of Christian senior leaders at ExxonMobil gathered together monthly in their personal time for prayer and to study Biblical leaders who faced challenging situations. The time together was thought provoking, timely, and encouraging for the group, as they sought to lead our company though a very challenging time.
While 2020 is behind us, crisis situations will continue to present themselves in the future. We are all leaders in some form, and seeking Biblical guidance on how to lead through crisis situations is a great source of help. As such, CCEM has put together a self-study Bible Study guide on Leading Through Crisis (though you are welcome to do this as part of a small group). The content of this study has been developed by a member of our community specially for CCEM, and is the same content used with our Christian brothers and sisters in senior leadership. Our prayer is that this content will be edifying for you and those you share it with. We hope you enjoy!
When: Wednesdays (June 9th – July 21st), from 12-1pm
In response to the challenges of 2020, a group of Christian senior leaders at ExxonMobil gathered together monthly in their personal time for prayer and to study Biblical leaders who faced challenging situations. The time together was thought provoking, timely, and encouraging for the group, as they sought to lead our company through a very challenging time.
While 2020 is behind us, crisis situations will continue to present themselves in the future. We are all leaders in some form, and seeking Biblical guidance on how to lead through crisis situations is a great source of help. As such, we will be hosting a 7 week Bible Study on Leading Through Crisis. The content of the study has been developed by a member of our community specially for CCEM, and is the same content used with our Christian brothers and sisters in senior leadership. If you are interested in the study but you are unable to attend the group discussion, we have developed a study guide that you are more than welcome to walk through on your own (or with another small group). Our prayer is that this content will be edifying for you and those you share it with. We hope to see you at the study!
March 3rd, 2021 – May 26th, 2021: Wednesdays 12:00pm – 1:00pm on Zoom
Come relax, connect, and consider life’s biggest questions – join us for a virtual Alpha session! We will watch a video and have some small group discussion. Don’t worry if you’ve missed previous Alpha sessions – each one stands on its own.
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To join the Catholic Faith Study Distribution List, contact Henry Avila.
I am resuming our Catholic Faith Study classes via Zoom, beginning February 10, 2021. I pray that you are doing well after a rough year in 2020. I believe it is past time to come together and share our faith again.
This first session will concern who we are as Christians.
· What is my purpose?
· Who am I?
· Is there a reason for all that we have endured this past year?
And much more . . .
I will send out meeting notes before the class. Pray for me as I prepare for this lesson and I will be praying for you that the Lord impress upon your heart to continue to learn more about our faith.
People of all faiths are welcome to attend. Please feel free to forward the Zoom link.
Bible Study Fellowship walks through each book chapter by chapter, exploring God’s Word in context. The first 11 chapters of Genesis concern the creation and expansion of the entire human race. The final 39 chapters focus on the family of Abraham (the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity and Islam), and three of his descendants – Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Through Abraham and his descendants, the redemption of the world by Jesus Christ and the restoration of all creation will be accomplished. We hope that you can join us for this life changing study.
We are fortunate enough to have a satellite BSF on the Houston Campus! Study starts 9/15/2020, but join anytime!
To join the Women’s group, please contact Sharon Snoddy at 713-817-2445 or email at email@example.com.
“and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near.” (Hebrews 10:24-25)
As we continue to battle COVID-19, we know that now more than ever how important it is to Be The Church to each other. We need to continue to maintain smart social distancing as a way to love our neighbors, family and friends, as well as a way to continue battling this disease. Fortunately, today’s technology allows us to continue meeting together, while not being physically together.
The CCEM Team wants to provide some virtual resources for you as opportunities to continue meeting together in a safe, socially distant way while at home.
CCEM Bible Studies/Prayer Groups – Many of our Bible Study and Prayer Groups continue to meet virtually through various platforms. If interested, please contact one of our study leads to get the latest virtual meeting information. (Visit Bible Studies/Prayer Groups Page)
Alpha has also moved to a weekly prayer call during our time off campus. To get connected with the Alpha prayer call, please contact Garrett Shaw or goto/Alpha.
Local Churches – Many local churches are currently broadcasting their sermons live on Sundays, as well as hosting small groups and ministry events virtually during the week. Check our Churches list for links to various local churches that members of our community are connected with. Visit church websites for opportunities to connect virtually.
Grace Center of Spiritual Development – GCSD is a local organization that offers Bible Studies, Leadership Training, Devotionals, and Podcasts for free. GCSD is promoting a new 2 week live virtual study on Habakkuk starting next Wednesday, April 8th at lunch (information here); as well as a 3 week virtual Biblical Leadership Seminar Series Starting Tuesday March 31, 6:30 – 8:30 pm (information here). View previous GCSD content and more at Grace Center of Spiritual Development Website
Toolbox Lunch – Toolbox Lunches are having a virtual meeting on April 1 with their Executive Director. Learn more about the event here and more about Toolbox Lunches from their website http://www.toolboxlunches.com/
Christians in Commerce – CIC is an organization focused on bringing Christ into the workplace. The have a library of stories of how individuals have reflected Christ at work. Visit their Christ Alive! Testimonies Webpage.
Pope Francis’s Urbi et Orbi: Pope Francis delivers an extraordinary blessing “To the City and to the World” on Friday to pray for an end to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. In his meditation, the Pope reflects on Jesus’ words to His disciples: “Why are you afraid? Have you no faith?” See more here.