“All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.”2 Timothy 3:16-17
Check out all the new classes below!
CURRENT CLASS: Book by Book Through The Bible (Warren Wiersbe)Led by Rich Wallace, (C322/323), 5:15 pm, Ongoing
You’re invited to join the numerous men and women who are experiencing this exciting year-round, book-by-book journey through God’s Word. If you’re looking for an in-depth study of Scripture, this is the class for you!
Sunday School at NightLed by Steve Brewer (Good News Building), 5:15 pm,
Beginning September 14
This class is for youth workers and anyone that might have missed Bible Study on Sunday Mornings.
Follow Me (David Platt)Led by Clark Byram (Good News Building), 5:00 pm,
Beginning September 14
What did Jesus mean when He said, “Follow Me?” This Bible study will help you to see that the invitation to follow Him is an invitation to a relationship – a relationship marked by self-denial, personal intimacy, single-minded ambition, and ultimate joy. In following Him, you will find the purpose you were created for which is to bring glory to God by sharing the Gospel and to make disciples who make disciples.
Precept Upon Precept: Revelation Part 3 (Kaye Arthur)Led by Jennifer Finchum (Good News Building), 6:45-8:45 pm, Registration for this class is closed. Ongoing
Watch for “Revelation Part 4,” starting in January. Interpreting Revelation in the Light of Biblical Prophecy (chapters 5-22) - Passages concerning biblical prophecy, especially from the Old Testament, are included in this final study of Revelation. Parts 1 - 3 are not prerequisites in order to register for Part 4.
Sunday School on Wednesday NightsLed by Steve Brewer (Good News Building), 6:00 pm,
Beginning September 10
This class is for children’s workers and any adult who missed Bible Study on Sunday Mornings.
Balancing Life’s Demands (Chip Ingram)Led by Jerry Hyder (E218), 6:00 pm, beginning September 10
Are you busy, tired, stressed out, and stretched to the limit? Does life seem a little out of control? Are you running on “to do’s” and short on time? Join us in this series, and you will learn how to put “first things first” and find peace in the midst of pressure and adversity. No clichés or quick fixes, just practical biblical insights to help you order your personal world.
The Life Changing Power of Prayer (T.W. Hunt)Led by Craig Mintz, (E220), 5:30 pm, beginning October 1
This class will coincide with Pastor Dan Spencer’s messages emphasizing prayer. This Bible study looks at how prayer is one of the greatest privileges we as believers share: entering God’s presence and pouring out our hearts to Him. T.W. Hunt shares from years of study and his own personal walk to help study members grasp a biblical understanding of prayer and develop a more meaningful prayer life.
The Family of Jesus (Karen Kingsbury)Led by Jana Chapman, (C302), 6:00 pm, beginning September 10
Not your typical study, this course explores the life of Jesus through examining the stories of those closest to Him. Through Scripture and storytelling this study digs deeper into the lives, customs, emotions, and challenges of being a part of the family of Jesus during His crucial time on earth as God’s Son. The first four books of the New Testament will come to life like never before. Fall in love with Scripture and see yourself in the lives of those who lived in flesh with our King.
The Legacy Journey (Dave Ramsey)Led by Tresa Spencer, (A203), 5:30 pm, preview: Sept. 10
(The Financial Peace University class is not a prerequisite for this class)
Attend this preview to see if this class is for you and to purchase your kit. In this study, you will gain a deeper understanding of investments and basic estate planning, safeguarding your legacy and the keys to generational wealth and true generosity.
Children of the Day (Beth Moore)Led by Nancy Groover (E218), 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm,
Ongoing / in-progress
This is a women’s Bible study based on Thessalonians 1 & 2. The New Testament believers carried the Spirit of God as they walked along the shores of Thessalonica, just as you carry that light today. Grocery shopping, strolling through a park, or grabbing coffee – you are never without that light!