Fall Discipleship Classes
Our Fall Discipleship Classes run from every Wednesday from August 31st to November 16th from 6:00-7:00 pm. A list of classes and teachers are below. To sign up for classes, please go to our fill out our discipleship form.
Amos: An Invitation to the Good Life (Ladies Class) - Rosa Lee Vetter
Amos is often called a prophet of doom! Through his pronouncements of judgment, we can see what happens when we don’t live the God life. Yet, within each bleak condemnation, is a tacit invitation to seek God so we can live the good life. Amos is promoting the God life, and the God life is the good life!
Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible - Bill and Debbie Ursery
Everyone has a "Goliath"-a problem so overwhelming it is seemingly gigantesque in its magnitude. Facing Your Giants Study Guide has the answers that believers need in order to face the giants in life. Whether your overwhelming problem is grief that you just can't deal with, divorce that has ravaged your family, or an addiction that has a vice-like clamp on your willpower, Facing Your Giants Study Guide will teach you to look past your problem towards the solution. Based on the life of David, this study guide is guaranteed to provide inspiration to succeed against even the most threatening difficulty.
Financial Peace University- Jon and Jordan Goldfuss
Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson course that teaches you how to save for emergencies, pay off debt fast, spend wisely, and invest for your future. And no complicated financial blah blah blah over here. For over 25 years, Dave Ramsey’s been teaching commonsense, biblical money principles that work. Every time.
Mission In Action - Bill and Joan Dotson
We will be doing Saturate LSL (canvassing in surrounding neighborhoods) in September while it is still light in the evening.
Starting in October, we will be working on presenting the plan of salvation in class.
Praying for missionaries with birthdays.
Saddle Up: A Guide for Leading Bible Study - David Wilbanks and Paul Foley
Solomon declared that “A horse is prepared for the day of battle, but victory comes from the LORD” (Prov. 21:31). He was reminding his readers that they needed to prepare themselves for battle, but they dare not go into battle without God. The same is true for Bible study leaders. They need to prepare themselves to lead the group, but they need to do so with God leading them. We are seeking to make disciples which cannot be done in our own strength. Leaders are called upon to be shaped by the truths they encounter and then pass those truths on to others, with God working in and through leaders.