God reveals Himself through His Word, by His Holy Spirit, and through His people. At 10:10am on Sundays, we gather together in groups to seek the Lord through the power of His Word. As we seek Him, God reveals His love for us and teaches us how to live in relationship with Him and one another.
CLASS LEADER ROOM
Open Age Class Rob Melhem 106/108
Newborn - 2nd Grade Preschool Wing
3rd - 5th Grade Upstairs FLC
Grades 6 -12 FLC
College / Career Godat/Smith Satellite House
Young Adults 23 - 40 Hampton/Byrd Satellite House
Coed 25 - 40 Erick Byrd Modular B
Coed 35 - 50 Steve Strobel Fellowship Hall
Coed 40 - 55 Paul Kress Modular C
Coed 45 - 60 Riccio/Smith 106/108
Coed 60+ James Handley 100
Open Age Class Jim Grasty Modular A
Ladies' Class Peggy Bouras 114
Coed 45 - 60 Charlie Hahn Conference Room
Coed 50 - 65 Mike Bullins Sanctuary Overflow
Coed 60+ Dennis Blackmon 102
Ladies' Class Terry Tomasek 132
Tuesday 8:15 PM
Couples 20 - 40 Dennis Nealy Off Campus
Theology: Some groups love studying theology so they understand a particular doctrine in light of the whole counsel of Scripture. The Gospel Project has theology as its starting point. It helps group members understand how a particular doctrine is threaded through the hundreds of stories in the Bible. It demonstrates how the Bible is one big story of God’s redemption of humanity through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
Group using The Gospel Project: Nealy
Text: Some groups prefer to study the text in its context so they can properly interpret it and apply it in their context today. Explore The Bible is a line of ongoing and short-term Bible studies with text as the starting point. The studies take a group through entire books of the Bible and focus on major themes and application. In book after book and passage after passage, men, women, boys, and girls, systematically explore their way through the books of the Bible.
Groups using Explore The Bible: Godat/Smith, Hampton, Hahn, Kress, Blackmon, Tomasek, Handley, Melhem, and Bullins
Life: Some groups prefer topical Bible studies. The group members place a high value on knowing God’s Word so they can apply it to their lives. Bible Studies For Life has a life starting point that guides the creation of those studies. Sessions are carefully crafted to address life issues group members regularly face. Bible Studies For Life uses five key discussion questions to guide the group experience and to create conversations among group members.
Group using Bible Studies For Life: Strobel
Text: Some groups prefer studying the Biblical text with a teacher who leads exegetically through a book of the Bible.
Group studying 1 John: Byrd
Group studying 1 Kings: Grasty
Group studying Acts: Riccio