Spring Round Pens
Join us for a weekly discussion based on the message from the previous Sunday. Each week, you will receive discussion questions and study materials to help you to explore that week’s topic in greater depth.
Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a Round Pen?
A: Round Pens are Caldwell County Cowboy Church’s small groups that meet together regularly for the purpose of growing closer to God and closer to each other.
Q: What happens when I sign up?
A: When you sign up, the leader of your new Round Pen will contact you with all the information you’ll need to have a great experience.
Q: When will my Round Pen meet?
A: Round Pens meet once a week, and each meeting is approximately sixty minutes long. Round Pens meet ten to twelve times over the semester. It’s a short-term commitment, but the positive impact on your life will be long-term.
Q: I’m sold! So how do I sign up?
A: You can sign up today by clicking one of the buttons above and filling out the form.
Here’s what others are saying about their Round Pen experience:
“I so enjoyed being a part of the small group that met on Tuesday evenings (either in person or virtual). It provided a way to learn about our most powerful spiritual weapon which is God’s holy word. Being able to spend time with God’s people and really get to know them was an additional blessing. Listening to varying perspectives from different people was interesting and enlightening. Finally and perhaps the best part was that we got to laugh and encourage one another.”
“Round Pen for me has been both a fellowship and in depth study of God’s word. It’s fun and very enlightening to explore the identical and sometimes different message each of us may get from the same passage. I’m truly blessed by the support we share as a group for each other as we explore, learn and lift each other up in prayer. I am excitedly looking forward to the next bible study.”
“I love the sense of belonging, accountability and making new friends that you get by being a part of a Round Pen.”
“I enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to have more intimate fellowship with folks I only get to say hi and bye to on Sunday.”
“The love and support I received from the group was amazing.”
“I not only enjoy the Bible study but I love the time you spend with brothers and sisters in Christ.”
“In the round pen, we get various perspectives, from the different people attending the round pen, on what we have been asked to read, and may stop and consider if we have ever considered it from that new perspective, or maybe it was our same perspective, but now we are getting some kind of confirmation on it. This all is designed to increase our faith in God the Father, through Jesus Christ, by way of the Holy Spirit.”
“For me, attending the round pens help me develop trusting relationships with fellow Christians as we support each other to become better Christians while we study God’s Word as it relates to the here and now.”
“Pastor Robert will send you questions about the Sundays sermon. The questions will ask how you feel about this or that then some bible scripture to read. However once you gather on Tuesday night the bible study is so strong. This is because the holy spirit comes alive in each person as they share their life experiences and witness to each other. Every time I left a round pen I had no doubt in my mind that God is with us.”
“Round pens are perfectly summed up in “Proverbs 27:17 As Iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” I enjoyed receiving the bible weekly study, sometimes days before the Sunday sermon. What I always noticed is that I could go through the study reading the bible scriptures and answering the questions for myself. However, once the body of believers gathered together the questions had not changed the answers had; they were now directed by the Holy Spirit. I believe this is because our God is a personal God, unlike any others, He can step into our time and life and speak directly to us and to our circumstances. Iron sharpens iron because Jesus wants us to understand that no one is alone. When you help another through encouragement, discipleship, leading, the blessing comes back to you.”