• the book of acts

    Beginning Wednesday, February 12 at 6:00 pm

    Led by Mike Brakken

    Acts is the story of the early church and how the Holy Spirit began the process of planting His church around the world. This story of God’s power has powerful lessons about the Gospel, the life of the believer and the church, persecution, spiritual warfare, and the Gospel going to the nations. We will be studying the book of Acts together using the text itself primarily to both interpret and apply the message of the book. 

  • the peaceful caregiver

    from stressed to blessed

    Beginning Sunday, February 16 at 5:00 pm

    Led by Tracy Elmore

    Caregivers face incredible stress. Yet in the midst of it all, God gently calls you to come to Him for rest and refreshment. In The Peaceful Caregiver, discover that peace is possible, regardless of your circumstance. Diving into Scripture that is relevant to all caregiving situations, fellow caregiver Mary Tutterow shares personal insights and Scripture passages that will help transform your perspective about your purpose. As you move through the emotions associated with caring for loved ones, discover how God wants to care for you.

  • discipleship for youth

    Girls and Guys Lifegroups. Girls are led by Tiffany, LeAnna Elmore and Alexis McDonald. Guys are led by Clint and Trey Setzer. Begins Sunday, February 16 at 5:00 pm

  • missions and the church

    Beginning Sunday, February 9 at 5:00 pm

    Led by Mike Brakken

    Fulfilling the Great Commission is the great responsibility of church toward all the nations. This class will look at the Biblical call to missions and examine the history and strategies of missions throughout the world to gain a better understanding of the Mission of God in the world and our place in it. 

  • God of Covenant

    Began Wednesday, January 29 at 10:00 am

    Led by Susie Gerrald

    God of Covenant is a 10-session Bible Study on Genesis 12-50 which studies the stories of the fathers of our faith - Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. The study walks you through verse by verse, tracing the themes of covenant, resurrection, redemption, and hope. 

    Discover how every story in the Bible points to Christ.

    Learn to view the lives of biblical figures in the larger context of Scripture.

    Challenge your basic understanding of familiar stories.

    Gain knowledge of who God is as He has revealed Himself through Scripture.

    Discover how God orchestrates everything for His glory and the good of His people, and see how the God of creation and covenant is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

  • The red sea rules

    Beginning Wednesday, February 12 at 6:00 pm

    Led by Natalie Norris and Heather Neal

    Ten rules of dealing with dilemmas and discouragements – a divine protocol for handling life. Red Sea Rules has been updated with new study questions.

    Life is hard, especially for Christians. It is certain that we will face difficulties, and that God will allow them, as He allowed the Israelites to become trapped between Pharaoh's rushing armies and the uncrossable Red Sea. But just as certain is the fact that the same God who led us in will lead us out. As The Red Sea Rules makes comfortingly clear, He is in control.

  • Discipleship for kids

    Grades 1-5 will begin meeting on Sunday, February 9, from 5:00-6:30 in the Multi-Purpose Room.

    The Quest for Kids: An Expedition Toward a Deeper Relationship with God

    Kids can learn that:

    • God created you to have a relationship with Him.

    • God is sending you on an adventure for Him as an ambassador.

    • God loves to talk with you and wants to use your questions and the events in your life to bring you closer to God.