NSBC Bible Studies | Fall 2022

Wednesday Night Studies

Encouragement for Living

The book of Psalms uses a range of themes to reveal how God works in the inner lives of His people. Concerned with the practical side of life, Proverbs instills godly wisdom for living. Join us for a time of interactive study, encouragement, and group prayer.
Rick Brown, Burton Cook, Susie Houser, Lynn Crosslin & Joel Turney

Biblical Citizenship in Modern America

Being “salt and light” requires knowledge of the culture we are attempting to preserve and influence as we fulfill the Great Commission and “make disciples of all nations.” In this class, we will discuss how to become a catalyst for restoring Biblical values in our city, state, and nation.
Adam Feriend & Keith Warren | Book $20

Stepfamily Help: Building a Strong Marriage

A blended family creates unique issues for any couple and family. Join us for this special series designed to strengthen and develop the core of the family - marriage.
Alicia Elliott

Women’s Study: Making Peace with Your Past

Learn to identify, understand and come to terms with the feelings and problems of growing up in a dysfunctional family and experience the healing only God can provide.
Lara Cook & Becky Byrd | Book $16

Women’s Study: Colossians & Philippians

Colossians is a 5-week, verse-by-verse study of Paul’s letter. His emphasis is that Jesus is the head of the body and the fullness of God. We’ll follow this with a 6-week study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians. This church was very dear to Paul and his letter reflects this. The emphasis of this letter is the practical, everyday application of their new faith in Christ.
Sandra Maughan

Lead Your Family Like Jesus

Grow to be the mom or dad you desire to be as you learn to lead your family by following the servant example of Jesus. Discover principles from Jesus’ life and teachings; practical ideas to bring new joy and purpose to your home.
Jim Garner | Book $5

Living By the Book

Proverbs 2:5-15 describes the benefits of reading, studying, and meditating on God’s Word. We’ll learn the fundamentals of observation, interpretation, and application which in turn equip us to understand and apply the Word of God to our lives.
Mark & Teresa Julian

Hearts Like Hannah’s: Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

This study is for any woman suffering, whether that be loss of a loved one, sickness, infertility, divorce, loneliness, depression, or just a difficult season of life. We will learn how to express our grief and pain as a prayer of lament to God through Lamentations, Job and Psalms.
Britni Julian, Andrea Chapman & Beth Behm | Book $12 (optional)

The Feasts of the Bible

God instructed the nation of Israel to celebrate seven major feasts on an annual basis. These feasts had a two-fold purpose: to commemorate what God had done and to serve as illustrations of that which is to come. We will examine each of these feasts to provide greater insight into their importance as well as God’s plan for the ages.
Debbie Duncan | Book $10 (optional)

Studies With Additional Meeting Time Options

Israel and End Times Bible Prophecies

Join us as we discuss the current world events and geopolitical changes as prophesied in the Bible. We’ll consider the nation of Israel, the Gog and Magog war, Revelation and other end-times prophecies.
Brock King | Wednesday and Sunday night options

Rooted Women’s Bible Study: John

John’s gospel is simple in its language but profound in its meaning. There are endless takeaways found within its pages. If you would like to join with others as we learn to unpack the Scripture, this study is for you.
Libby Hutchinson & Women’s Ministry Leaders | Wednesday night, Sunday night & Friday morning options

Women’s Study: The Anatomy of God

Join us as we study the character of God, utilizing the metaphors of the human “body parts” of God and how He moves, leading us to discover that our God is so infinite we could never know all there is to know about Him, and yet He longs for us to know Him.
Sam Fuller | Wednesday morning