Adult Bible Classes

  • Godly Leadership (September 2018)

    For too often, we give someone the title of leader, yet no one is following that person. While a business card might imply a position of leadership, it’s possible no true leadership is being exercised. The same thing was true in Scripture. There were many kings who were leaders in title, but failed to exercise godly leadership. This five-week study through 1 Kings contrasts the wise choices and foolish decisions by the leaders of Israel. Their examples give us a blueprint to follow as we learn to stand for what’s right and also avoid the same mistakes made by those who have come before us.

    These sessions will be divided by age groups.

    • Older adults with no children at home -
      Fellowship Hall - Gina Kisner and Karen Shoaf
    • Younger adults with no children at home -
      Boardroom - Julie Norman and Kathryn Clikeman
    • Adults with children at home -
      Community Room - Leigh Farmer and Amy Ford


    D6 connects the church to home and families to one another. D6 Curriculum is one of the most effective small group and Sunday School curriculums you can find. D6 is based on the principles of Deuteronomy 6:5-9—love God, love His Word, and teach your children to do the same.

    D6 Curriculum aligns small group environments at church so the entire family is studying the same theme at the same time. The cool thing is, it doesn’t stop at the church worship experience. This one of a kind discipleship curriculum goes beyond the small group experience and helps parents and grandparents reconnect with kids and teens through the use of devotional study guides, Splink, Home Connection, and other take-home resources that help equip the home.

    With this curriculum, the real win occurs when you involve the home in what the church is doing. The fraction 1/168 reminds us that the average student gets only one hour a week in discipleship—we say (as does Scripture), “It’s not enough!” D6 Curriculum gives you solid lessons for teaching your students how to make wise biblical decisions about everyday life. Then it further helps the parents (and grandparents) reinforce your lessons while at home. See how the teaching guides (at church), devotional study guides (at home), and parenting tools (bonus items) help you implement the most comprehensive discipleship strategy.

  • The Remedy (october study)

    Just reading those two words can give you chills as you remember the taste of a gag-inducing, thick syrup sliding down your throat.  The taste was terrible, but it was usually accompanied by the promise, "This will make you feel better." The book of Romans offers a remedy as well, but it is much sweeter and satisfying than the taste of Robitussin.  This four-week study investigates the theological aspect of sin and analyzes what Scripture says about the effects, extent, and remedy for sin.

  • When Life Gets Hard (november study)

    Even when life seems great, we know the brokenness of our world brings pain and hurt.  This four-week study is designed to help Christians respond to life-changing events.  The devotions focus on broken relationships, death, depression and anxiety, and life-altering circumstances.