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Christian Education

Not a Fan.

Are you a fan or a follower? The dictionary defines a fan as an “enthusiastic admirer.” Fans want to be close enough to Jesus to get all the benefits, but not so close that it requires sacrifice. Jesus was never interested in having admirers!!! It’s not fans He’s looking for. Not a Fan challenges you to consider what it really means to call yourself a Christian.

Materials: $5 Workbook (optional) Available for purchase at LifeWay Christian Bookstore.
Start Date: Wednesday, January 8 Time: 6:00-8:30 pm
Location: Fellowship Hall
Class Format: Discussion
Number of Sessions: 1
Led by: Jim Sovine
Child Care: Not Available


Christian History

Martin Luther

Explore the debt we owe to Martin Luther, the most famous and successful of the Protestant reformers. From the posting of his challenges to the Catholic Church on the door of the Wittenburg Cathedral in 1517, to his open and personal refusal before the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, to renounce his belief that faith is sufficient for salva- tion—we will explore how his reforms and teachings are found in cur- rent Baptist belief.

Materials: FREE Handout (prepared by instructor)
Start Date: Wednesday, April 2
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: Sanctuary
Class Format: Video & Lecture
Number of Sessions: 2
Led by: Don Wright


Evangelism

The Story by Spread Truth Ministries

The Story is designed to help Christians practically and powerfully com- municate the gospel story. It focuses on four major themes of the Bible: Creation, Fall, Rescue and Restoration. There are many stories in the Bible, but all of the stories tell the one Big Story of how God loves His children and comes to rescue them. As believers we need to know, live and share The Story of God with people who feel they have no hope. Read more at www.TheStoryTraining.com.

Materials: The Story Guide — $13.75
Start Date: Wednesday, January 29th
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: Sanctuary
Class Format: Lecture
Number of Sessions: 4
Led by: Marty Dupree


Men’s Studies

Men, Marriage and Breakfast
Led by Rev. Jerry Parker

A study of Biblical principles regarding the marriage covenant and the various problems that cause stress and rupturing of the marriage relationship.The course will focus on presenting Biblical and clinical principles to promote behaviors that help the student prevent, or deal with, issues that cause marital discord. The class will include some lecture, but primarily individual study and group discussion. The class is open to members and nonmembers. Breakfast will be part of the class.

Materials: Workbook and breakfast provided with registration fee—$20.00
Starts: Thursday, Jan. 9
Time: 6:30 am 6 Sessions
Class Format: Discussion
Number of Sessions: 6
Room: Conference Room A

The Man Code: Unlocking the Potential of Life’s Most Important Relationships by Dennis Swanberg
 

Swansberg reveals the ONE combination that unlocks the secrets to a fulfilling life—you will never forget it! This study will help you to reorganize your thoughts and revolutionize your life by learning to form meaningful relationships—starting with God and branching out from there. By mastering The Man Code, you will establish the right priorities, make the right plans, diagnose unforeseen difficulties, make mid-course corrections, and achieve the positive results you desire and God intends.

Materials: $8.50 Workbook—available for purchase at registration
Start Date: Wednesday, January 22
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: E-103 (under The Chapel)
Class Format: Discussion & Lecture
Number of Sessions: 6
Led by: Glenn Travis
Child Care: Available (RSVP by January 13)

 


For Parents

Single and Parenting: Hard Work, Real Hope

Become part of the Single & Parenting network! Here you will find practical help and encouragement as you seek to successfully guide your children into adulthood—plus find out how to:

  • Wisely encourage your kids to obey
  • Help your hurting child
  • Eliminate debt
  • Deal with verbal onslaughts
  • Figure out what your emotions are telling you

Materials: $15 Workbook—available for purchase at registration
Start Date: Wednesday, January 22
Time: 6:00-7:15 pm
Location: B-302 (3rd Floor)
Class Format: Discussion & Video
Number of Sessions: 14
Led by: Jill Crawford
Child Care: Available (RSVP by January 13)

Tough Guys and Drama Queens by Mark Gregston

Join us for informative sessions that will explore the impact of today’s culture on our teens and what works to help guide them. Tough Guys and Drama Queens will provide a biblical foundation and practical model for parents of teenagers to move from “scared” to “PREPARED!”

Materials: $12 Workbook—available for purchase at registration
Start Date: Wednesday, January 22
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: Conference Room A
Class Format: Discussion & Video
Number of Sessions: 10
Led by: Dick Conners
Child Care: Available (RSVP by January 13)


Women’s Studies

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All classes are open to non-church members.