Discipleship Huntsville

Limited Studies, No Childcare or Kid's Activities, and No Dinner (Due to COVID-19)


Fall 2020

Wednesday Night Adult Discipleship classes are offered from August through November and from January through May, from 5:45-7:15 pm at the Huntsville campus.




Class Dates: September 9 - November 4
Class Fee: $100 for required member kit (couples may share)
Room 135

Financial Peace University (FPU) teaches biblical principles for managing your money. You must have the FPU member kit to attend the class. Kits are available for pickup during the first two classes.


The Book of Daniel

Co-ed study taught by Tom Thompson

Class Dates: August 26 - December 2
Class Fee: $5 for binder with notes
Room 181

A 13-week, verse-by-verse study of the Book of Daniel, beginning virtually on August 26 and transitioning to a hybrid-class (face-to-face and online) beginning September 9. Notes (PowerPoint slides) provided in electronic and printed format. Contact Tom Thompson for more details (mcttlt3@gmail.com; 256-755-1129).


Huntsville Men's Study / Revelation

Taught by Mark Johnson

Class Dates: September 9 - November 18
Class Fee: None
Room: ServeU

Join us on the Huntsville Campus in the ServeU room at 5:45 pm or online at 6 pm as we examine the first three chapters of the book of Revelation. We'll have a large group teaching time, followed by small group discussions. You can even be a part of a discussion group online. For more information, email men@willowbrook.org.



Ladies' Study taught by Sandy Campbell

Class Dates: September 9 - November 18
Class Fee: None
Room 121

There are 19 of what we refer to as the "Attributes of God." Of these, seven are common to man. God said, "Be ye Holy as I am Holy." In these difficult days, how do we apply these seven common attributes to show God's holiness to a desperate, confused, searching generation?

We will dig deep within God's word and our own hearts to understand how we can apply God's love, faithfulness, patience, grace, mercy, goodness, and loving-kindness to the world around us. The unbelieving world said of those in the early church, "We know who they are because they truly love." We need that to be said of us today.


Trustworthy by Lysa Terkeurst

Ladies' Study facilitated by Kellie Evans and Mary Kay Lew

Class Dates: September 9 - November 18
Class Fee: $16 for book
Room 126

When hard times come, and it seems God is deviating from the plan we assume our lives should follow, we're much more likely to want to tame God, not trust Him. It's then that we begin to press into our own ways and our own timing. No human can carry the weight of being their own god, but so many of us try.



Co-ed study facilitated by Vikki Randall and Rene Broshears

Class Dates: Starts August 19 in house at 1202 RVC.
Class Fee: $15 for Participant Guide
Due to COVID, childcare will NOT be available at this time.

This study is for those dealing with divorce or separation. Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they've ever faced. It's a confusing time when you feel isolated and questions about issues you've never faced before. Divorce Care is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life's most difficult experiences. The class is open so people can join anytime during a semester.