We will discuss the times, land, people, culture, customs, and institutions relevant in the New Testament. Basic background information and the central message for each of the 27 books of the New Testament will be discussed. Led by Donnie O’Fallon.
This purpose-driven study covers the essential truths of the Christian faith and how these truths are to be lived out in your relationships, your character, and your work. Rather than just teaching doctrinal knowledge, this course shows you how to implement biblical truth in your everyday life. Led by Kerry Patton.
God Owns It All tackles the money question we all ask: How much is enough? The answer to this question is found in God’s Word. These biblically based principles will equip us to approach money management and financial planning with freedom, generosity, contentment, and confidence. When we apply the biblical truths offered in this study, our finances will be ordered, our decisions will be simplified, and our experience will invite contentment in all areas of our lives. Led by Don Hubbard.
Love best motivates a woman and respect most powerfully motivates a man. Research reveals that during marital conflict a husband most often reacts when feeling disrespected and a wife reacts when feeling unloved. We all need love and respect equally, the felt need differs during conflict, and this difference is as different as pink is from blue! Join in on this 13-week study and see how you can enrich your marriage by experiencing understanding, forgiveness, reconciliation, change, and hope. Led by David Miller.
Luke’s first account was his Gospel in which he recorded all that Jesus began to do and teach. His second account we call Acts, or the Acts of the Apostles, in which Luke recorded what happened after Jesus’ ascension to the Father. Be encouraged by the results of faithful servants holding forth truth in a dark world; watch as the church grows numerically, geographically, and culturally. Led by Don Cameron.
Women’s Bible Studies
More than any other person, Paul provides us an example of sold-out servanthood. He understood what it means to die daily, crucified with Jesus Christ. As a result, Paul shows us how to live fully as a bond servant to Christ. As you study the Book of Acts and the Letters of Paul, you will come to know the characters personally. Most of all you will feel the challenge to follow Paul's example just as he followed the example of Christ. Led by Sandra Maughan.
Freefall to Fly examines our callings, how they grow from the place where your burdens and gifts collide. Discover your gifting in the context of community. It is a unique place when you discover that your talents collide with the things that burden you and stir a passion within you. It is a journey of vulnerability and courage into the unknown – a thrilling, terrifying freefall that eventually can lead to flight. This study is a breathtaking journey as women walk through six stages with Rebekah to find meaning and purpose as individuals and within community. Led by Andrea Casey.
We will never be short on fears. Failure, rejection, sickness, losing a loved one, being alone—the fears we carry are many. Learn from real women who have walked the road of fear—or are still walking it—and how they have found security in the Lord to be their strength. Whatever your fear, you are not alone, nor are you without hope. You have the One who can replace your fear with faith. Led by Shirli Hutson.
Men's Bible Study
How do I live the Christian life joyfully regardless of people or circumstances? What is the purpose of suffering? Do I have the “mind of Christ?” Discover a true, deep, unquenchable joy that the world cannot take away! Led by Jack Yeary.
Join us in a six week study of Paul's most intimate letter to the church in Philippi and discover the true source of joy in the midst of the most difficult circumstances. Led by Ted Salley.
Ongoing Co-ed Classes
This study takes the Gospels, Acts, 1 Peter, and Jude and puts them together to make one chronological, Gospel story. The study is theological and doctrinal in nature with an emphasis on life application. Since this study is chronological it can be entered into at any time without feeling you are behind in the study. Led by Sam Nobles.
Our pastor will provide a detailed lesson break-down of each of his sermons preached the previous Sunday. This is a great opportunity to get additional background material, and ask questions too. Led by Pastor Van Houser. Resumes this Wednesday, January 18 at 6:30pm in the Chapel.
Sunday Night Women’s Classes
Provides Godly encouragement and resources for women journeying through infertility, failed adoptions, or the death of a baby from conception through early infancy (miscarriages, stillbirth, etc). Struggling with infertility or loss can be very painful, emotional, and isolating. Hearts Like Hannah’s provides an open and safe environment for women to come together on a weekly basis to share their journey and connect with others. Led by Britni Julian, Sundays at 6:00pm in Room 103.
We're all longing to hear from God, aching to know who He is and know His heart. The beautiful truth is this: we can encounter the living God today in the pages of His Word. Whether you already open your Bible every day, have never read it before, or struggle to keep up with studying Scripture, Open Your Bible, will leave you with a greater appreciation for the Word of God, a deeper understanding of its authority, and a stronger desire to truly know the Bible inside and out. You will learn practical ways to read, study, and apply Scripture with confidence. Open Your Bible will quench a thirst you might not even know you have—one that can only be satisfied by God's Word. Led by Kay Crumley, begins February 5th at 5:00pm in Room 128.