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Our discipleship classes provide an opportunity for you to learn about a specific book or topic of the Bible in a small group setting. Read below so you can see a list of classes currently offered and sign up for one that interests you. Classes meet at 6:45 PM on Wednesdays unless otherwise noted. 2018 fall discipleship begins on August 8.

Unleashing the Power of God

Teacher: Darwin Saunders
Location: TBD
Description: An exhaustive study of the lives of Elijah and Elisha. God used these men to accomplish great things and He wants to do the same with us.

The Power of God’s Names

Teachers: Pastor Ed Chambless
Location: TBD
Description: Who is God in His fullness? How has He expressed His riches and righteousness? How can you trust His goodness? As you get to know the names of God and understand their meaning, God’s character will become real to you in life-changing ways.

Working in Your Strengths

Teacher: Scott Clements
Location: TBD
Description: This class will help you discover and affirm your strengths through a well-developed process. This class involves an online “strengths finder” assessment for each person developed by Gallup. Every church member plays a role in energizing and shaping the church. “Living Your Strengths” will help you find your role and, most importantly, it will inspire you to discover your true calling. Cost is $40 per person or $60 per couple. Class is limited to 10 people.

31 Days to Happiness

Teacher: John Whitehead
Location: TBD
Description: There are a lot of unhappy Christians.  Many are living in a world of “someday.” “Someday we’ll be in heaven.” “Someday we’ll have our reward.” They live the Christian life like a waiting game.  They are so focused on “someday,” they miss today! Missing out on the life God wants them to have right here on earth. Is this what God had in mind for our earthly lives?

Contending for the Faith

Teacher: Conrad Raines
Location: TBD
Description: God tells us that we must “contend for the faith.” What does this mean?  Why must we contend for the faith?  How do we contend for the faith? Why is faith so valuable that it must be contended for?