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2015 Winter Discipleship Studies

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Childcare is available for children ages 0-4. You must register for childcare 2 weeks in advance of the class start date.


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Unless you’ve been there, it’s hard to understand the hurt that comes from separation and divorce. That’s why many of your friends and family don’t fully understand what you are going through and don’t know how best to help you.

We do. We understand how you feel because we’ve been in the same place.

In a welcoming setting, we will deal with the range of emotions and decisions that surround divorce. We will learn from the people who have been down this path and who can help us navigate successfully through the challenges of divorce.

Materials: $20 Workbook
Start Date: Wednesday, January 21
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Location: The Hub (3rd floor)
Number of Sessions: 13
Led by: Jerry Parker
Child Care: Yes, sign up by August 27


2014-12-20 09.18.22 pm

This one-night class is based on the above book by Lee B. Spitzer! Topics include: friendship in the Bible, friendship as a spiritual discipline, seven steps for deepening friendships and many others!

Course Name: Making Friends, Making Disciples
Instructor: Jim Sovine
Class Meets: Wednesday, January 14
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Dining Hall
Cost: FREE


2014-12-20 09.20.17 pm

Learn about the English scholar and leading figure in Protestant reform, William Tyndale, the first to translate the New Testament into English. We will also cover early English Bible history up to the King James Version.

Course Name: William Tyndale and the English Bible
Instructor: Don Wright and Tim Sydnor
Class Meets: Wednesday, January 21
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Dining Hall
Cost: FREE


Learn about the separation of England from the Catholic Church and the establishment of the Church of England along with dissenters from the Church of England, the subsequent civil war there (which was just as much a religious war as it was a political war), and the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Course Name: The Church of England, Puritans, and Pilgrims
Instructor: Don Wright and Tim Sydnor
Class Meets: Wednesday, January 28
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Dining Hall
Cost: FREE


From their exile in Holland in the early 1600’s, English Dissenters, John Smyth and Thomas Helwyns, are credited with the formation of the first English Baptist churches. We also look at the differences between the General and Particular Baptists as well as how the English Baptists suffered for their faith.

Course Name: The Beginning of English Baptists
Instructor: Don Wright and Tim Sydnor
Class Meets: Wednesday, February 4
Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Dining Hall
Cost: FREE


2014-12-20 09.23.46 pm

Parenting is not an easy task in this age of uncertainty, declining cultural values, and an atmosphere without standards of right and wrong. Join other FBC parents as we are presented the picture from The Life Series of how to raise children in a life-giving home environment and instill values too often lost today.

Course Name: Parenting from the Tree of Life, Part One
Instructor: Jeff Tate
Class Meets: Wednesdays (starting January 21)
# of Sessions: 6
Time: 6:15-7:15 pm
Location: E107
Cost: $9.95


2014-12-20 09.25.57 pm

Other people don’t truly understand how tough it is to be a single parent—day after day after day. Sometimes you want to give up. And that’s a normal reaction—you’re doing the job of two people. You should be tired.
The thing is, you deeply desire to do what’s best for your kids, but you worry that you can’t. Sometimes it’s all you can do to survive from one day to the next. So what can you do?
Join us as we address together these concerns. You’ll discover how to deal with your deep-down worries and your day-to-day struggles.

Course Name: Single and Parenting
Instructors: Jill Crawford
Class Meets: Wednesdays (starting January 21)
# of Sessions: 14
Time: 6:00-7:30 pm
Location: B314
Cost: $20


2014-12-20 09.27.41 pm

Is your faith meeting your needs? No? Then join us on an exciting path to spiritual transformation! Leading us all to fresh encounters with God’s Word, we’ll identify seven deeply felt needs we have as men. We’ll discover a biblical, practical, and motivating plan to leave spiritual mediocrity behind and live a life of purpose and power.

Course Name: Man Alive
Instructor: Glenn Travis
Class Meets: Wednesdays (starting January 21)
# of Sessions: 8
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Location: E110
Cost: $10


Women’s Studies

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All classes are open to non-church members.