Fall 2019 Discipleship Classes

Sunday Nights at 6 PM

Fall discipleship classes will begin soon!  Please review the class descriptions below and sign-up for a class today so that we will be sure to have enough workbooks for everyone.  Unless otherwise noted, classes will begin on Sunday, September 8th at 6:00 p.m.

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The Lord’s Prayer:

Praying as Jesus Taught Us

When the disciples asked Jesus how to pray, little did they know that they would be given a model for prayer that would be used for generations. Prayer is central to our fellowship with God, and our prayer life is directly affected by what we believe about God. This is a 12-session, DVD-driven study featuring the teaching of Dr. Albert Mohler.

Sanctuary | Facilitator:  Fred Stone

 

#NoPlaceLeft

“But now that there is no more place for me to work in these regions” Romans 15:23 Jesus instructed His followers to “GO” and make disciples, teaching them to obey all that He had commanded them. While the focuses of this course will be to study the book of Acts, it is also much more than a bible study. In addition to studying Christ commands, we will also focus upon training how to: (1) Give your testimony; (2) Share a plan of salvation; and (3) How to study the bible. This course is for everyone who is interested in growing as a disciple, learning how to study your bible, and learning how to be on mission in your daily life.

Room E310 | Facilitator: Jeff Rafferty

 

 

OverComer

Many people feel they are less than who God says they are. We get our identity from our careers, our political positions, our roles in the family, and a number of other lesser things. However, when we understand who God is, we more fully understand who we are.

Room E357 | Facilitator:  TBA

 

 

 

World Religions

An easy-to-understand look at the history and tenets of five major religions – explored through the lens of the Bible. This Bible study provides a Biblical view of Islam, Mormonism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Popular Spirituality in a way that will strengthen your Christian faith and equip you to share the truth of the Bible.

Room S111  |  Facilitator: Mike Rushton

 

No More Excuses:

Be The Man God Made You To Be

Sometimes circumstances in life make it difficult for men to be all God wants them to be. But Tony Evans urges men to stop looking at their circumstances as excuses and instead to see them as challenges and opportunities for success. Exploring the examples of men of God throughout the Bible, this study will challenge you to lay down your excuses, stop compromising, and fight to be a man of character and commitment. Despite your setbacks, failures, and pressures, you can still find purpose, meaning, and direction in life and become the man God has called you to be.

Room E300 | Facilitator: Davey Hiott

 

Sunday Morning Couple’s Class

 

The Art of Marriage:

Getting to the heart of God’s design

Every marriage is unique, expressed by the colorful personalities of each spouse and textured by the circumstances at play in their lives. Blending these to make marriage work is a divinely inspired art form – challenging to master but definitely worth the effort.

Begins: Sept. 8, 2019 at 9:15 a.m in room E300

Facilitators: Boyce & Loree Couch and Jeff & Ida Breazeale

 

Tuesday Morning Women’s Classes

 

Living Beyond Yourself:

Exploring the Fruit of the Spirit

Join Beth in a study of the fruit of The Holy Spirit as presented in the book of Galatians. Beth walks participants through each trait listed in the fruit and encourages women to know the freedom of a Spirit-filled life. Through this study participants will look at the supernatural aspects of the fruit and that you cannot grow, learn, or produce the fruit on your own. Beth challenges you to develop the fruit by maintaining an intimate relationship with the Spirit of God. A Spirit-filled life truly results in living beyond yourself.

Begins Tuesday, August 27th from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.      

Room E357  |  Facilitator: Ida Breazeale

 

 

What Love Is:

The Letters of 1, 2, 3 John

The letters of 1, 2, & 3 John were written to encourage followers of Jesus to remain faithful to the truth. Believers are challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. This study reveals not only the heart of John but also the heart of Jesus.
Begins Tuesday, Sept. 24th from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
Room E250  |  Facilitators: Judy Holder and Helen Batson
 

Wednesday Evening Classes

 

 

Financial Peace University

A Biblically based curriculum that teaches people how to manage money God’s Way. You will learn how to put together a spending plan that really works, Step-by-Step plan on how to get out of debt, how to confidently invest for the future, and much more.

Begins Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 6 p.m.

Room: E150  |  Facilitators: Andrew and Megan Shipman