Fall 2018 discipleship classes

beginning September 16


Sign up for classes in the Welcome Center or in the Church Office




  • WHAT ON EARTH AM I HERE FOR?  (COED)

    Coed Class led by Phillip and Susie Gerrald on Sundays beginning September 16,  5:00 pm

     

    It’s not about you…You were created by God and for God, and until you understand that, life will never make sense. It is only in God that we discover our origin, our identity, our meaning, our purpose, our significance, and our destiny.


    The Purpose Driven Life is far more than just a book; it is a guide to a spiritual journey. Once you take this journey, you’ll never be the same again


  • Act Like Men - (Men)

    Led by Kevin Flowers, Sundays, beginning Sept. 16, 5:00 pm

    Men Matter.

    In many ways, our culture paints an unsavory and unseemly picture of manhood. The standard for how a man acts and conducts himself continues to be lowered. While some might see men's roles as insignificant, God tells a different story. God says that men matter, and He's appointed them to lead. Men fulfilling this role is vital to the health of our homes, churches, and society. Unfortunately, too many men follow the way of the world, instead of embracing the call of God. Instead of stepping up to their responsibility, they are stepping back.


  • What Matters Most - (LADIES)

    Led by Monica Polson and Nicole Gardner, Sundays, beginning Sept. 16, 5:00 pm

    The world has always been full of trials, disappointments, temptations, fractured friendships, and financial hardships. Yet Paul’s letter to the Philippians claims we can discover contentment and joy in the midst of it all by prioritizing what matters most—Christ.


    Learn to live in joy despite your circumstances.

    Unearth the secret of contentment—knowing Christ.

    Banish anxiety by implementing biblical practices to rest in the peace of Christ.

    Prioritize the Lord above all else.

    Develop gospel-centered tools to navigate relational conflict.


  • Sermon on the mount - (Ladies)

    Led by Susie Gerrald , Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 12, 10:00 am

    What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom of Heaven? The Sermon on the Mount articulates what the life of a Christ follower should look like, asking us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? In this 9-session study, examine the words of Jesus in-depth as He challenges us to think differently about repentance, salvation, and sanctification.



  • Really BAD GIRLS OF THE BIBLE - (LADIES)

    Led by Ruth Reeder and Tracy Elmore , Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 12, 5:45 pm

    Eight of the Bible’s most notorious females strut across the pages of Really Bad Girls of the Bible with troubles that still hit home in the

    twenty-first century.

    Bathsheba, Tamar, Jael, Herodias, and others — demonstrate the sovereignty of God. Their stories come alive, first in fiction, then in fact, in this bestselling continuation of the Bad Girls of the Bible series.


  • TROUBLED MINDS - (cOED)

    The 2014 Christianity Today Book Award Winner (Her.meneutics) Winner of a 2013 Leadership Journal Book Award ("Our Very Short List" in "The Leader's Outer Life" category) Mental illness is the sort of thing we don't like to talk about. It doesn't reduce nicely to simple solutions and happy outcomes. So instead, too often we reduce people who are mentally ill to caricatures and ghosts, and simply pretend they don't exist. They do exist, however―statistics suggest that one in four people suffer from some kind of mental illness. And then there's their friends and family members, who bear their own scars and anxious thoughts, and who see no safe place to talk about the impact of mental illness on their lives and their loved ones. Many of these people are sitting in churches week after week, suffering in stigmatized silence. In Troubled Minds Amy Simpson, whose family knows the trauma and bewilderment of mental illness, reminds us that people with mental illness are our neighbors and our brothers and sisters in Christ, and she shows us the path to loving them well and becoming a church that loves God with whole hearts and whole souls, with the strength we have and with minds that are whole as well as minds that are troubled.