Iron-2-Iron Ministries is a non-denominational ministry offering in-depth biblical and theological training. In order to accomplish this task, we provide a variety of educational resources and venues. To learn more about i2i’s various ministries, please see below:
Special Video Series
From ongoing riots to plummeting financial markets due to the Coronavirus, our world desperately needs hope. Noted Russian novelist, Fyodor Dostoevsky wrote, “To live without hope is to cease to live.” The Bible also stresses this essential response of the human heart. Scripture defines hope as a trusting anticipation, particularly with reference to the fulfillment of the promises of God. Throughout the Bible, various individuals clung to hope as they faced a chaotic world. This study will examine a number of these men and women and how they persevered under some of the most difficult challenges of life. Join us for these approximately 30-minute videos with our Bible teacher, Dr. David Hoffeditz.
Men’s Bible Study
On most Thursday mornings throughout the year, an average of 90 men gather from all over the Indianapolis metroplex for fellowship around the Word. Our most recent study was “Character in the Midst of Crisis: A Study of the Book of Nehemiah.” Our next two summer Bible studies are slated for July 23rd and August 13th. We will resume our regular Thursday meetings on September 17th. This Men’s Bible Study meets at the Woodland Country Club, located near the intersection of 116th Street and Keystone in Carmel (100 Woodland Lane; Carmel, IN). There is no cost to attend.
Women’s Bible Study
Starting on Monday, September 14th, Iron-2-Iron Ministries will launch its first in-depth study of the Bible for women. Hosted on Monday nights from 6:30-8:30pm at the Woodland Country Club, this Bible study will be lead by Women’s Chaplain of the Indiana Statehouse and author, Pam Russell, and assisted by women’s Bible teacher, April Murdoch. While there is no cost to attend, registration is required.
Theology & Integration Seminar: “Integrating Our Faith”
Every spring, i2i hosts a seminar dedicated to exploring the integration of one’s theology with other disciplines of life. From the arts to the sciences, we must intentionally examine how to think biblically.
To launch this new series, we are honored to have Dr. Thomas Mach, VP for Academics and Chief Academic Officer at Cedarville University. He will be presenting: “Christians and Politics: Biblical Principles for Discerning Engagement“. Due to COVID-19, we had to postpone this spring event until this fall.
Biblical Studies Seminar: “Digging Deeper”
Over the last four years, Iron-2-Iron Ministries has hosted fall events entitled “Know What’s Below. Come Ready to Dig!” This annual event seeks to provide an opportunity for individuals to engage in a relevant and important aspect of biblical studies with a world-renown Biblical scholar.