JANUARY 2019 DISCIPLESHIP CLASSES 

If you have any questions, please contact Steve Hall or the designated class facilitator.
 
Study for Women: God of Creation (Jen Wilkin) – The opening chapters of Genesis teach us fundamental truths about God. We watch Him bring light after darkness, order after chaos, and rest after toil—all through the power of His Word. This study dives deep into Genesis 1-11 by following three critical stages of understanding: comprehension, interpretation, and application. As God reveals Himself through Scripture, we begin to understand our reality as we first glimpse the character, attributes, and promises of our Creator. JoAnne Roy will be facilitating this Tuesday morning study from 9:30–11:30 in the Annex.

Study for Women: Romans – Part 1 (Kay Arthur) – The first five chapters of Romans provide us with the foundational doctrines of our faith – original sin, justification, redemption, and propitiation. This Precept Upon Precept inductive study will allow participants to dig deep into the Word of God where they will come to more fully understand man’s need for God, God’s righteous wrath against sin, and the power of God’s Gospel to save us from faith to faith. Linda Horseman will be facilitating this Thursday morning study from 9:30–11:30 in the Annex.
 
Study for Women: 1 Peter – Putting On a Gentle & Quiet Spirit (Elizabeth George) – How does it feel to be hurt by another person or treated unfairly or to suffer for doing what is right? These experiences often cause feelings of frustration, bitterness, and anger. But God calls His women to respond in a different way–a way that those around us don’t expect. This study guides participants in putting on a gentle and quiet spirit, one that puts our heavenly Father on display to a watching world. Irene Clifford and Judy Dorrin will be facilitating this Wednesday evening study from 6:30–8:00 in the original fellowship hall.
 
Study for Women: It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way (Lysa Terkeurst) – What went wrong? Why did God let this happen? Reality often ends up so very far from the life we long for, doesn’t it? This study examines our response to daily disappointments and life-altering loss. Sometimes in walking through a valley, we discover that in God we can find unexpected strength as we wrestle between our faith and our feelings and learn how we are to live between Eden and eternity. Donna Harris will be facilitating this Wednesday evening study from 6:30–8:00 in MPF-207.

Study for Men and Women: Grace Filled Marriage (Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel) – Couples come to the altar bursting with love for each other. Yet, based on how many marriages are unfulfilling, unhappy, or worse yet, end in divorce, it would seem that the love that gets couples married isn’t enough to keep couples married. Maybe if we had the ability to love unconditionally, like God does, love would be enough…but we don’t. This study explores a radical hypothesis: Most marriages don’t fail because they lack love…they fail because they lack grace. George and Linda Easley will be facilitating this Wednesday evening study from 6:30 to 8:00 in MPF-200.
 
Study for Men: The Book of Colossians (Louie Giglio) – What we think about Jesus matters. Our perception of Him shapes us—what we say, what we think, how we treat others, how we worship, and our attitude toward sin. If we paint Jesus as any less than who He is as supreme over all creation and Savior of the world, not only does our theology slip, but the working out of our faith also suffers. This study will take participants through the book of Colossians to help them form a complete picture of Jesus. Steve Hall will be facilitating this Wednesday evening study s from 6:30–8:00 in MPF-201.

 
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