Discipleship helps us become who we're called to be.

If you set foot in a church, chances are that the word discipleship will come up. The truth is, discipleship can take many forms and it can take place in many settings. Regardless of how and when, being engaged in discipleship is a necessary and healthy part of being a believer. That's why we're excited to offer Discipleship Studies, a revolving set of classes designed to help you intentionally engage with and grow in discipleship. Look below to see what classes are starting soon, and if you're interested in one of them – simply click the image to be taken to the registration page.

Please note that these studies are intended for individuals who are 16 years and older. Separate classes/programming will be available for kids and students during the time that the classes below are meeting.

SPRING SESSION 2 – Registration Now Open!

March 17th to May 19th, 2024 | Sundays from 9:00AM – 9:50AM

Anxiety: Beginning the Journey to Overcome

Led by Lisa Van Hamme

In this study, we will work to understand the difference between fear, worry and anxiety. Using serveral different resources, and most importantly, the Bible, we will work to define anxiety in our lives. We will discover that God has given us the tools we need to manage who God made us to be. We will explore the sources of anxiety and the best way to nurture balance in our every day lives.

Doctrine of the Church (Ecclesiology)

Led by Johnny Cobb & David Allen

Ecclesiology comes from the Greek words ecclesia (church/assembly) and ology (study of) and refers to the study of the church. In Christian systematic theology, ecclesiology is one of the major areas of study and investigates what the Bible teaches about the church both universal (all believers in Christ) and local (local gatherings of believers in Christ). Ecclesiology helps us to understand the role of the church and our role in the church.

The Leadership Style of Jesus

Led by Chad Frye & Amanda Williams

You are a leader. Whether the venue is the church, a civic organization, a company, or your family, this study shows you that adopting Jesus’ leadership example will transform your effectiveness. Leadership is influence, and no leader has had greater influence on the world than Jesus Christ. The lessons of His leadership style are practical, learnable skills that you too can apply.

Raising Kingdom Kids

Led by Beau & Erin Bradberry

Most of us believe passionately in contributing to our children’s physical, social, and intellectual development. We make sure they have clothes and shelter. We try to see that they eat right, get enough sleep, and monitor their friendships. We also do everything possible to make sure they succeed at school. Featuring the inspiring teaching of Dr. Tony Evans, this study calls and instructs parents to raise God-following children who are also spiritually strong and prepared to take on the assignments God has for their lives. Contains practical examples and illustrations to help parents grow kids’ faith, with specific instruction in the power of prayer, wisdom, love of God’s Word, getting through trials, controlling the tongue, developing patience, and the surrender of service.

The Simplest Way to Change the World

Led by Tim Rice

Deep down, every Christian wants to make a difference. But for many of us, the years come and go and we never do. The good news is: change can be as simple as opening your front door. The Simplest Way to Change the World is about biblical hospitality and its power for the gospel. Since people will sooner enter a living room than a church, hospitality is a natural and effective way to build relationships for Christ. Hospitality is a beautiful legacy of the church, and a great way to make disciples. As you open your life up to others, you share in the very character of God and experience His joy. And you get to witness lives change—including your own.