Discipleship Huntsville


Spring 2017

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. The Spring Semester is March 22 through May 17.


Letters From Peter

Co-Ed study taught by Tom Thompson

Fee: $5 for Notebook

The books of 1 and 2 Peter were likely written two or three years before Peter was crucified under Nero in Rome. He wrote to encourage persecuted believers to live victoriously in the midst of hostility. Peter’s first letter reminds us of the many blessings we enjoy as Christians, but also prepares us for the reality of suffering. His second letter exposes the false teachers who were attempting to introduce destructive heresies by twisting Scripture and exploiting with fabricated stories. Please join us for a verse-by-verse study of these letters from Simon Peter, a “servant and apostle of Jesus Christ.”


The Song

Women's study taught by Sandy Campbell

Fee: $5 for Notebook

There is no doubt why King David was the greatest hymn writer of all time. While his songs are inspired by God, they are deeply personal, introspective, honest, and profoundly humble. We will take a behind-the-scenes look at some of David’s most beloved compositions, and he reminds us that some of our brightest songs are borne out of our darkest places. In this study, we will delve into Psalms 1, 19, 23, 46, 56, and 139.



Co-Ed study facilitated by Vikki Randall & Rene Broshears

Fee: $15 for Workbook

(Continuing from last semester; class ends April 12)
Find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. Divorce Care is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. Our Divorce Care group is led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help.


Understanding Islam

Co-Ed study taught by Austin Boyd

Fee: $10

Do Muslims seem mysterious, unknowable, or unapproachable to you? The images of Muslims we see in the media can strike fear in us, but we can overcome our fear and take a step toward understanding Muslims.

The purpose of this class is to help us grow in compassion and understanding for Muslims and be moved to share the hope of Jesus. During this 16-week class, we will examine the foundational aspects of the Islamic faith, and you will learn how to build relationships and have productive conversations with Muslims.


Walk the Talk: A Study of 1 John

Men's Study taught by Mark Johnson

Fee: Your Time

How do you relate to God – like Adam, like David, or like Jesus? How do you face life’s battles? Are you facing them on your own, or with the Spirit’s power? What does the book of 1 John reveal to us about life’s battles? What is sin? What do you need to do with it, really, practically?

If any of these questions resonate with you then join us in the Cave for this men’s study on the book of 1 John, beginning January 11.


College & Young Adults

Co-Ed study facilitated by Jeffrey Bolan

No fee

We will study various topics. We are currently studying Andy Stanley’s In the Meantime: What do you do when there's nothing you can do? What do you do when there's no way forward and there's no way out? In this 6-part study, Andy Stanley answers the question, "What do I do in the meantime?"


The Life and Ministry of the Messiah

Women's study facilitated by Cherie Orcutt

No Fee

Class Dates: February 22-April 12; Break on March 15

On location in Israel, we will journey back to the time of Jesus, wondering at the simplicity and wisdom of Jesus’ parables, and how His call to follow Him turned the world upside down. Discover how the events of Jesus’ day impacted his life, ministry, and communication... as well as how it affects your life today. No homework.