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Redeemed Deep Dive Life Groups create an opportunity for in-depth, student-centered Bible study. This Tuesday Night Small Group Experience will now offer a plethora of character and topic based studies around the theme Conquering Through Trying Times. Most of these studies will be led by some of your favorite Sunday School teachers and provide deep dives as we together Develop Solid Relationships with Jesus. We pray that you will join us for Redeemed Deep Dive.


JANUARY 2022 | Introduction to the Holy Spirit
Objective: To learn and explore the person and work of the Holy Spirit.

January 4

Who is the Holy Spirit?

Elder David Daniels

January 11

The Deity of the Holy Spirit

Elder David Daniels

The Highs & Lows of Parenting: Overview

Sister Alexius Fletcher

Parents Deep Dive

January 18

The Personality of the Holy SpiritElder David Daniels

January 25

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit | Elder David Daniels


FEBRUARY 2022 | Unconditional Love

Objective: To learn and explore the love of God.

This month will focus on learning how to love yourself, how to love God, and how to love others. Many think that they know how to love but we will dive into a deeper understanding of what it means to love from within and love like God loves, unconditionally without prejudice. There is no greater love than the love of Jesus for his people and his life altering sacrifice made for the very people who crucified him. How deep is your love?

February 1

Unconditional Love   

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

Lawanda Rollins

February 8

Love That Separates

Minister Lawanda Rollins

Work, Life Balance

Sister Alexius Fletcher

Parents Deep Dive

February 15

Love That Unites

Matthew 22:37-39 

Minister Lawanda Rollins

February 22

Deep Dives Group Date

Stoney River


MARCH 2022 | Knowing the Voice of God | John 10:27

Objective: To learn and explore the love of God.

God speaks through his Word, through his Holy Spirit and through other believers in Christ. We will explore and review how God tries to get our attention, how to distinguish between your voice and the voice of God, and building relationship with God. God can speak through anyone and anything that he chooses but how do you know it is him? What exactly is meant when people ask do you know what the voice of God sounds like? Why do we need to know God’s voice anyway?

March 1

Building Relationships with God

Lawanda Rollins

March 8

God Needs Your Attention

Lawanda Rollins

Can We Be Friends

Sister Alexius Fletcher

Parents Deep Dive

March 15

Distinguishing between God’s Voice and Yours

Elder Tyria Roper

March 22

Men’s Ministry

It's Not too Late by Tony Evans

The Wilderness

Exodus 4:1-13

Elder Irvin Schaeffer


Women’s Ministry

When Women Pray by TD Jakes Hannah – Chapter 1

Elder Jean Murdock

March 29

Knowing His Voice

Elder Tyria Roper


Youth Ministry

Sister Alicia Sneed


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Pro Bono Counseling & United Way Mental Health Line 

The WARM Line: 443-608-9182  or 211  

Health professionals are available 10am-6pm

NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore 

Helpline: 410-435-2600 ext. 103 

We Are One Family Health Services of Maryland, LLC


Baltimore City Crisis Response

Hotline: 410-433-5175

24-hour helpline providing crisis intervention, mental health and substance use treatment referrals, and overdose prevention resources  

Baltimore County Crisis Response

Hotline: 410-931-2214

24-hour helpline providing crisis intervention, mental health and substance use treatment referrals, and overdose prevention resources  

National Suicide Prevention

Lifeline: 1-800-TALK (8255)

24-hour, confidential suicide prevention hotline provides emotional support and referrals to mental health services in your area.


Spanish Suicide Prevention

Hotline: 1-800-784-2432  

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255, press 1

Confidential, 24/7 support to Veterans, Service members, National Guard and Reserves, and their family members and friends.  


Mental Health Association of Maryland



Crisis Text Line

Text “NAMI” to 741-741

Text with a trained volunteer counselor. to download “Preparing and Navigating Mental Health Crisis” resource guide. 

WIN Family Services


BACHS Healthcare



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Dr. Denis Antoine graduated from Howard University School of Medicine and went to Johns Hopkins for an internship in Internal Medicine and residency in Psychiatry. After residency, he completed an NIH-sponsored postdoctoral fellowship in addiction research at the Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit at the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. He is dually board certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He is the director of the Cornerstone Clinic at Helping up Mission, the Addiction Treatment Services and Center for Addiction and Pregnancy programs at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. These programs serve patients with substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric conditions and serve as sites for systematic research of issues pertaining to mental well-being. 

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Clarrissa Taylor Jackson is a community organizer and community program professional with over twelve years of experience serving Greater Baltimore. She is the President of the Metropolitan Baltimore National Panhellenic Council and the President of the Baltimore County Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated, where she engages hundreds of members in community service initiatives. Clarrissa is also the Director of Programs and Outreach for NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore, where she connects community organizations and families with free mental health education and support resources.

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Malika Closson, M.D.  grew up in Baltimore, MD  and attended Johns Hopkins University. She later

graduated from Howard University College of Medicine in 2001. Dr. Closson completed residency training in Adult Psychiatry and a fellowship in Child Psychiatry at University of Maryland.  

For over 10 years Dr. Closson worked in various outpatient mental health clinics in the Baltimore area. She is board certified in both Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, although she has always primarily worked with children & adolescents. Currently Dr. Closson is the Medical Director at Optum Maryland, which helps manage behavioral health services for Maryland Medicaid. 

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Melvin S. Mathis M.Ed grew up in Baltimore, MD and has worked for over 34 years as a special educator in Baltimore City Public School System. He is Chief Executive Officer for We Are One Family Health Services of Maryland, LLC. He has worked to champion at risk -children in a therapeutic environment with a special emphasis on compassion and respect for those in need and their families.  Out of this dedication and commitment to children and their families, “We Are One Family Health Services of Maryland, LLC” was created. We Are One Health Services of Maryland believes in the philosophy that “No Child, Adolescent or Adult Should Be Left Behind”.  We are committed to providing high quality behavioral health treatment services in a safe and therapeutic environment. We are dedicated to being here when you need us most! We Are One Family Health Services provides a full continuum of services for children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing behavioral health challenges.