Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

Association of Free Lutheran Congregations:

Introduction The Association of Free Lutheran Congregations is a free association and not an incorporated synod. Each of the local congregations is a separate corporation. It was formed in 1962 from churches by the members of the Lutheran Free church who did not desire to join with the American Lutheran Church. The principals for the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations include the belief th ...[Read More]

Assemblies of God:

Introduction: The Assemblies of God organization is one of the largest and fastest growing Pentecostal Protestant denominations in the United States. The Assemblies of God General Council is the legislative body that rules over the Assemblies of God churches. It has no affiliation with either the World Council of Churches or the National Council of Churches. The Assemblies of God churches are all ...[Read More]

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church:

Introduction The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ and has its roots in the Reformation. Two of its major leaders were John Calvin and John Knox. The church was part of the Scottish Immigrants who first came to America in search of religious freedom that brought their faith here to America.  The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is usually found in the ...[Read More]

Armenian Apostolic Church Catholicossate of Etchmiadzin:

Introduction: On October 27, 1999, The Armenian Apostolic Church/ Catholicossate of Etchmiadzin elected a new Catholicos when Catholicos Karekin I died in June of 1999. His Holiness Karekin II was elected as the 132nd Supreme Patriarch and Catholicos of All Armenians, pontiff of the worldwide Armenian Church. The coronation of His Holiness Karekin II took place at the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzi ...[Read More]

Armenian Apostolic Church Catholicossate of Cilicia:

Introduction The Armenian Apostolic Church /Catholicossate of Cilicia originate back to the apostolic age in Armenia in the early 2nd century. It was St. Gregory the Illuminator who is credited as being the organizer of the Armenian Church. The head of the Armenian Church are called Catholicos. The headquarters of the Armenian Apostolic Church /Catholicossate of Cilicia is located on the seashore ...[Read More]

Apostolic Lutheran Church of America:

Introduction The Apostolic Lutheran Church of America was originally the Finnish Apostolic Lutheran Church in America. In 1962, the Finnish Americans adopted its new name of the Apostolic Lutheran Church of America. Finnish Evangelical Lutheran National Church of America became the National Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1946. It merged with the Missouri Synod Lutheran in 1964 Church in 1964. Hist ...[Read More]

Apostolic Christian Churches (Nazareen)

Introduction The Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene) is referred to as the ACC. They teach that the grace of GOD is accessible to all men through the blood of Jesus Christ, the Son of GOD, and that He shed His blood at Calvary and paid the penalty for sin. They reject the concept that men can in any way do anything to pay for their own salvation. The Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene) was cre ...[Read More]

Apostolic Christian Church of America, Inc.:

Introduction The Apostolic Christian Church of America believes the New Testament is the traditional guideline for living life and worship. They display a reverence for God and believe that salvation through Jesus Christ is the greatest treasure a Christian can possess. The Apostolic Christian Church believes in the power of prayer and repentance to reach others for God and offer His gift of etern ...[Read More]

Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East, North American Dioceses:

Introduction Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East North American diocese is also known as the Church of the East, Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East, Nestorian Church, Persian Church, East Syrian church, Assyrian Church of the East and the Chaldean Syrian Church (in India only). It is fashioned by the Apostolic Bishops, Presbyters, and Deacons. Around the 4th century, th ...[Read More]

Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America:

Introduction The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America is under the authority of the Orthodox Christian Church. The Orthodox Christian Churches originate back to the 1st century and the city of Antioch. Antioch is the city where the disciples of Jesus Christ were first called to be His followers. The Antiochian Orthodox The Christian Archdiocese of North America believes they ...[Read More]