adult Bible classes

We host regular Adult Bible Classes on Sunday mornings at 9:30am and 11:00am. Scroll below to see what classes we offer.

Spring 2021 Adult Bible Classes

Please join one of our classes this fall.

  • Foundations of apologetics

    Teacher: Dale Wickizer

    A class for Christians who want to understand more about their Christian faith and how it stands up in today's marketplace of ideas.

    Beginning January 10th at 11:00am, Room 1007.

    For Remote Users Join by Zoom Meeting:

    Meeting ID: 867 8755 3173

    Passcode: 044353

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  • financial peace university

    Teacher: Josh Nauman & Art George

    Don't let debt steal your future!  Learn how money doesn't have to be stressful.  Dump Debt.  Win with Money.  Build a Legacy.  Communicate in Marriage.  Plan for Your Future.  FInancial Peace University (FPU) is a nine-lesson class that will teach you how to pay off debt, save and invest for your future.  Cost is $129.99 per couple (same cost for singles).

    Registration begins December 13, Room 1008.

    Class begins January 10th at 9:30am.

    Space is limited and registration is required. 

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  • engaging christianity's doubters

    Teacher: Dave Leaumont

    Answering 21st Century Society's Questions.  A class mixing discussion and lecture on refuting common skeptics’ claims and answering people’s questions.  This class will cover diverse topics that act as barriers to people’s faith in Christ. 

    Beginning January 10th at 9:30am, Room 1007.

  • Repaving the roman road

    Teacher: Alec Zacaroli

    Sharing the Gospel in a Post-Christian Culture.

    In this class, we will probe whether traditional approaches for sharing the Gospel are still tried and true. We will take a fresh look at barriers to the Gospel and how the evolution of culture in America might require different approaches to making Him known. Topics we will address include Gen Z, increased cultural diversity in our society, the emergence of a post-Christian America, and contemporary, competing worldviews.

    Beginning January 10th at 9:30am, Room 1005/1006.

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 828 3902 5246

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  • effective discipleship & evangelism

    Teacher: Derek Murray

    Building and nurturing faith through an examination of the historical heroes of Christianity

    This class will examine the strengths, weaknesses, accomplishments, and lasting impact of historical figures that God used to build Christianity.  Their legacies will be grounded in Scripture and utilized for practical spiritual formation.  Some of the key topics will be:  assurance of salvation, how to explain the Gospel to friends and skeptics, sanctification, how to pray more effectively, enduring persecution, and finishing well.

    Beginning January 10th at 11:00am, Room 1006.

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 796 3371 6668

    Passcode: 339808

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  • anxious for nothing - women's study

    Book by Max Lucado

    Does the uncertainty and chaos of life keep you up at night? Is irrational anxiety your constant companion? Let God help you win the war on worry and receive the lasting peace of Christ.

    Stop letting anxiety rule the day! This book will help you: • Celebrate God’s goodness • Ask God for help • Leave your concerns with God • Meditate on good things In Person

    Beginning January 10th at 11:00am, Room 1005.

    Please register HERE.

  • hebrews - single's study

    Join us for a study by Chad Ragsdale.  We will walk through the book of Hebrews and its relevance to todays' Christians.  Chad will challenge you to divert your attention from the troubles in this world, turn to Jesus' presence, and encourage you to persevere.

    Beginning January 10th at 11:00am, Room 1008.