Weekday Classes

In View of God’s Mercies by Courtney Doctor

The Gospel doesn’t just change your eternal future; it changes your present reality.

In this 9-week session study on the book of Romans, Courtney Doctor will walk you through Paul’s powerful letter to see the glorious grace and transforming work of the gospel.  You’ll be overwhelmed with the good news of God’s merciful rescue as you better understand the depth of your need.  This life-changing message provides not only hope for eternity, but purpose, joy, and peace for today.  And as the good news of the gospel of grace unfolds through Romans, it will compel you to proclaim God’s glorious salvation to all.

Led by Rhonda Sallas

Location: Training Center and break-out rooms

Mondays | 6:30 pm | Begins September 12th-November 7th

Precepts—Knowing God’s Covenant

Covenant-Knowing God’s Covenant—In and Out Workbook (NASB)

See this incredible thread running from Genesis through Revelation.  God enters into a binding agreement with His people and always keeps His promises.  Trusting Him as a covenant partner frees us from the bondage of worry and anxiety.  This study will transform the way you read the Scriptures!

Led by Becky Gibson and Claudia Hood

Location: G206/G205

Tuesdays | 9 am-11 am | Begins August 9th – November 1st

Fight for Manhood - Wednesday Mornings

A Fifteen-week series like nothing you’ve ever experienced.  This absolutely will be nothing like any of the typical preconceived notions guys have about a Bible study – a workshop – or self-help thing. It’s a group of men that want truthful, real answers to questions like: How can I be a good father?  Why do I seem to be so out of balance all the time?   Why don’t I like church?  Do I have what it takes to lead my family?  How did my childhood experiences affect my manhood?  Am I really a man?  Can a man really make a difference?  Was Jesus a real man?  Is God my real Father? And more.

Led by Jason Burgoyne, Brad Maynard &  Robbie Martin

Location: F106 & F107

Wednesdays | 6:30 am | Begins August 10th

Fight for Manhood - Wednesday Nights

A Fifteen-week series like nothing you’ve ever experienced.  This absolutely will be nothing like any of the typical preconceived notions guys have about a Bible study – a workshop – or self-help thing. It’s a group of men that want truthful, real answers to questions like: How can I be a good father?  Why do I seem to be so out of balance all the time?   Why don’t I like church?  Do I have what it takes to lead my family?  How did my childhood experiences affect my manhood?  Am I really a man?  Can a man really make a difference?  Was Jesus a real man?  Is God my real Father? And more.

Led by Jason Burgoyne, Brad Maynard &  Robbie Martin

Location: Chapel

Wednesdays | 6:30 pm | Begins August 10th

Fight for Manhood - Sunday Nights

A Fifteen-week series like nothing you’ve ever experienced.  This absolutely will be nothing like any of the typical preconceived notions guys have about a Bible study – a workshop – or self-help thing. It’s a group of men that want truthful, real answers to questions like: How can I be a good father?  Why do I seem to be so out of balance all the time?   Why don’t I like church?  Do I have what it takes to lead my family?  How did my childhood experiences affect my manhood?  Am I really a man?  Can a man really make a difference?  Was Jesus a real man?  Is God my real Father? And more.

Led by Jason Burgoyne, Brad Maynard &  Robbie Martin

Location: F106 and F107

Sundays | 6:30 pm | Begins August 13th

Amos by Jennifer Rothschild

Amos is often called a prophet of doom.  And when you begin to read his prophecy, it doesn't take long to realize that nickname fits.  On the surface his prophecy doesn’t sound like a happy formula for the good life.  However, every condemnation he gives serves as an invitation, a cry for us to “seek God and live” (Amos 5:4), You’ll be invited to live assured, faithful, chosen, humble, justly, prayerful, and hopeful.  This kind of living will bring us and other around us peace and true prosperity.

Amos is promoting the God life, and the God life is the good life!

Led by Patricia Cappiello

Location: Training Center and G200, 201 and 202

Thursdays | 9am-11am | August 18th-November 11th

Mom2Mom

The mission of M2M is connecting and encouraging moms of children of all ages through authentic relationships and Biblical truth.  Get to know other moms, get advice on parenting issues, and learn to find peace in your parenting journey.  At the heart of our ministry are our Titus moms, experienced mothers who are willing to minister to younger mms as directed in Titus 2.

Led by Tina Hulbert and Billinda Henderson

G206 (AM Class) G200/201 (PM Class)

Wednesdays | 9am or 6:30pm | September 7th-April 26th

Precepts—Galatians, Who has Bewitched You? Why and How?

As the gospel spread across the Roman world in the first decades after Jesus’ earthly ministry, conflict arose.  Jews and Gentiles were believing the gospel, and a struggle over what it meant to be a Christian began.  What does it mean to live under grace?  Do you have to keep the Law to be a Christian? All of it or just part of it?  Who is right? How will we know?

God used an apostle to write a letter to some churches that were struggling with this issue, a letter that still speaks today.  Its message clearly defines the relationship between Law and grace, and how Christians live under grace, led by the Spirit, free from bondage.

Led by Ruth Geiger

Location: F201

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Every Man a Warrior

Book 1: Walking With God: The first nine lessons of Every Man a Warrior develop the essential skills of discipleship.  These skills include: Having a Quiet time, Meditating on Scripture, Prayer, and Application of the Word.

Led by Jason Bourgoyne

Location: F205

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Standing Firm in Our Increasingly Secular Culture

Our Increasingly Secular Culture frequently challenges the trustworthiness and relevancy of God’s Word.  The goal of this class is twofold: (1) to strengthen your trust in, appreciation for, and dependence on the Bible and (2) to equip you to interact with unbelievers confidently about the truth of Scripture.

Topics include Authority and Inspiration, Inerrancy, External and Internal Evidence for the Bible, Canonicity, History of the Bible, and more.

Led by Troy Brown

Location: F203

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 17th

Concord Disciple Maker

What does a healthy disciple making culture look like in a local church? What does it look like to be a Disciple of Jesus Christ? What does God desire for me? What does God command of me? These are just a few of the questions we will explore through this study.

Concord Disciple Maker teaches and observes the core functions of a disciple of Jesus Christ.  The purpose of Concord Disciple Maker is to establish foundational teaching and practices in the lives of believers that propel them towards obedience in their walk with Jesus.

Led by John Mark Harrison, Allan Taylor, Nathan Miller, and David Wiggins

Location: G206

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

The Psalms: Seeing Christ in All Seasons

What keeps you from spending time in God’s Word?  Is it intimidating? Does life seem too busy? Do you just now know where to begin or jump back in.

Whether you are new to the Bible or a seasoned student of His Word, this intergenerational women’s Bible study will take you through a book of the Bible while teaching you skills to grow in your personal study of God’s word.  This semester will be studying Psalms and learning how to see and worship Christ in all of life’s seasons.

Led by Hannah Hannings

Location: F202

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Step by Step through the New Testament

A 13-week study that provides a framework for understanding and interpreting the New Testament and teaches biblical background material.

Led by George McRae

Location: Fellowship Hall

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Outreach Opportunity

An amazing opportunity for layman, group leaders, etc to come connect with those first-time visitors/new to the church.  Go out to the neighborhoods and meet people at their front doors, or telephone and check in on them, or write them a good ole fashion letter to be put in the mailbox.

Facilitated by Adult Ministry Team

Location: Ministry Area

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Grief Share

Provides help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend.  On your journey from Mourning to Joy, the leaders will offer a warm, caring environment with practical encouragement.

Led by Linda Kirby and Tammy Hash

Location: F106

Tuesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

Divorce Care

Divorce Care’s life-changing support group guides people along the path of recovery after separation or divorce, enabling management of the emotional turmoil and giving practical tools for decision-making.  DivorceCare is a video-driven format, including nurturing feedback from leaders each week.

Led by Robby and Jennifer Martin

Location: F110

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

End Times

What on earth is going to happen?

The destiny of the Church

The destiny of the World

The destiny of the Lost

 

Led by Arden Taylor

Location: Training Center

Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Begins August 10th

One in a Million by Priscilla Shirer

Journey to Your Promised Land-A 7 Session Study from Priscilla Shirer

Every woman is on a journey.  In looking carefully at the two Israelites (out of two million) who crossed over the Jordan and into the Promised Land, we find direction for our own spiritual lives.  Expect to see God move in miraculous ways in your everyday existence.

Led by LuAnne Wade

Location: F106

Thursdays  | 10am-12pm | Begins August 11th

Jude by Jackie Hill Perry

While often overlooked, the Book of Jude remains as relevant today as the time it was written. God has commanded His beloved church to do the necessary work of contending for the faith in a world of unbelief, and as we do, He will keep us from falling into the same deception.

In this 7-week session from Jackie Hill Perry, dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth.

Led by Leigh Ann Foster

Location: TBD

Tuesdays  | 10am-12pm | Begins August 16th

Sager Institute of Ministry: Church Leadership 101

September 20 - December 6

Tuesday evenings, 6:00-7:30 PM in the Training Center

Options: Lay Leader Track or Ministry Track (seminary credit)

This fall, join us for Church Leadership 101 on Tuesday evenings, as a part of the Sager Institute School of Ministry. This class is led by Dr. Jonathan Akin. There are two options for this class - the Lay Leader Track and the Ministry Track for seminary credit. (The Ministry Track for credit includes a $100 fee, and readings/assignments are required).

Topics we’ll cover include:

The Character of a Leader

The Self-Discipline of a Leader

Qualifications and Role of Pastors and Deacons

Creating Positive Change

Developing People and Teams

Visionary Leadership