Adult Bible Studies
Sunday Morning @ 10:00 a.m
Bible Studies for Life-Hope Women-(Multi-Generational)-Room 100-Saturdays-9 a.m.-starting in February 2021
Teachers: Sue Burgess/Gay Magouryk
Bible Studies for Life-Rebekah-Dorcas Women-(Multi-Generational)-Room 102-10 a.m.
Teachers: Bernice Young/Judy Brittain
Bible Studies for Life-Titus II Women-(Ladies ages 35-55)-Room 114 at 10 a.m.
Teachers: Kay Johnson/Mylene Wigley/Sharon Finch
Chronological Study of the Gospels–Women I-(Multi-Generational) Starting in February 2021
Teachers: Joy Carter/Malissa Humphries
Chronological Study of the Bible–Women II-(Empty Nesters)-Room 103 (Temporarily meeting with Titus II Class)
Teacher: Kay Johnson/Lynne McGuffey
“Behold Jesus is Coming” by Kay Arthur- Crosswalk-Women-(25-45)-Room 113-10 a.m.
Teachers: Page Trantham, Amber Kilgore
Bible Studies for Life-Men-(Multi-Generational)-Temporarily meeting at Trantham Farms (Airplane Hanger)-10 a.m.
Teachers: Buck Brown/Will Ginn/Neil Brittain
Access-Bible Studies for Life (Special Needs) Circle of Friends-(older teens and adults with special needs)-Room behind the Sanctuary in back hall.
Teacher: Melonie Jones
Explore the Bible-Co-Ed-(Adults-KJV-Co-Ed 1) Room 100-10 a.m.
Teachers: Rick Nabors and Tim Sechrest
Explore the Bible-Co-Ed-(Adults-CSB-Worship Center Class) Sanctuary-10 a.m.
Teacher: Dr. Don Hamilton
1st & 2nd Peter -Life in the Word-(Co-Ed all ages)
Room 116-10 a.m.
Teacher: Don Williams
Study in Acts-College & Career-(ages 18-24)-Room 215 upstairs in the Education Building-10 a.m.
Teachers: Jason & Sherry Johnson, Rick & Jill Marsh
“A Study in Romans”-Singles-upstairs in the Brickhouse-5 p.m.
Teachers: Jeff and Robin Morris
The Love Dare-Engaged-Young Married-Room 112-10 a.m.
Teachers: Seth and Jessica Hall
Study in James-Married I-Banquet Room-10 a.m.
Teachers: Keith & Cheryl Henegar, Clark Jinks
Genesis and Creation Apologetics–Married II– Brickhouse-downstairs-10 a.m.
Teachers: Paul & Denise Argo, Tony & Susan Maxwell
Study in the Book of Hebrews–Married III-(Empty Nesters-Retired)-Lighthouse (Student Building)-10 a.m.
Teachers: Allan Trotter/Glenn Borders/Craig Baird/Doozer Hughes
Wednesday Night Bible Studies
The Life of a Jesus Follower by Vance Pittman-Co-Ed
Wednesday Nights 6:30 p.m.-Banquet Room
Teachers: Scott and Amy Yaikow
The Life of a Jesus Follower by Vance Pittman
Does Christianity ever seem like a burden to you? Why is something that came so naturally to Jesus so difficult for us? We have complicated the simple way that Jesus showed us to love God and others.
Jesus’ life on earth revolved around three relationships-in a loving relationship with His Father, in fellowship with His disciples and engaging and cultivating relationships with people who didn’t know God at all.
These relationships define the essence of the life of a Jesus follower. When we learn to follow Jesus-we will stop working so hard, bound by the exhausting and burdensome rules of religion. Instead, we will allow His life to take over our own.
• Abide in a relationship with God.
• Learn to spend time with God in His Word.
• Connect with others in Biblical community.
• Discover what it means to have true fellowship with other followers of Jesus.
• Find your place in God’s mission.
• Exchange the “burden” of religion for the simpler, biblical method of following Jesus.
• See practical examples of what it means to follow Jesus.
• Develop healthy habits to become a growing follower of Jesus.
The Prodigal Son/The Lord’s Prayer-Men’s Study
Wednesday Night-6:30 p.m. Room 116 in Education Building
Teachers: Scott Calhoun and Josh Doggrell
The Prodigal Son by Matt Carter
At some point we have all asked Is Christianity really working for me? or Is following Jesus really worth it? But what makes us ask these questions in the first place? Why are we so tempted by a life outside God’s design?
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, we meet a young man who demands his inheritance, then goes and squanders it in a far-off country away from the watchful eye of his father. When he finds that the world and its pleasures do not deliver on their promises, he arises and returns home.
This Bible study shows us what it means to follow God and walk with Him in a relationship of love and commitment, and ultimately illustrating that the best life is found in the love of our Father.
• See the progression from temptation to sin, and learn to avoid it.
• Find answers to the big questions all Christians ask in their faith journeys.
• Meet the big and gracious heavenly Father who rejoices over and celebrates your relationship with Him.
• Diagnose the root of your sin problem.
• Accept what it truly means to be loved and forgiven by Jesus.
• See how God draws believers to Himself when they are lost and wayward.
• Mourn your sin to find comfort in Jesus.
• Come home to receive the love of your Father.
Jesus and the Old Testament-Worship Center (Co-Ed)
Teachers: Bro. Mike Owens and Don Williams