Discipleship Huntsville

 

Winter/Spring 2019

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 Winter Semester is January 16 through March 13. The Spring Semester is March 27 through May 15.

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DAVE RAMSEY’S Financial Peace University

Co-Ed Study facilitated by Brad and Leisa Taylor

(Preview on January 16; Class Dates: January 23-March 27; Break on March 20)

Fee: $75 for Membership Kit

FPU teaches biblical principles for managing your money. Meet the class facilitator and have your questions answered at the Preview on January 16, at 5:45 pm. Class meets on Wednesdays at 5:45-7:15 pm. You must have the FPU kit to attend the class. Kits can be purchased online, at the Preview, or at the first class. Couples may share a kit. The class is closed to new members after January 30.


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DivorceCare

Co-Ed study facilitated by Vikki Randall & Rene Broshears

Class Dates: January 16-April 17; Break on March 20

Fee: $15 for Participant Guide

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 have lots of questions about issues you’ve never faced before. 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.


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PHILIPPIANS & COLOSSIANS

Co-Ed Study taught by Tom Thompson

Class Dates: March 27-May 8

While in prison in Rome, the Apostle Paul wrote a letter to the Philippian church to assure them that God was in control of his circumstances, and that “being in chains for Christ” served to make the gospel known, not hinder it. Paul was confident that the Lord would complete the good work He had started in that body of believers, and he urged them to rejoice in all circumstances, have a mindset of humility and service, and be united with Christ and with one another. During that same imprisonment, Paul wrote a letter to the Colossian church to warn them of false teachers who claimed that Jesus was not fully God and that secret knowledge was required for salvation. Please join us for a verse-by-verse study of both letters that will increase our knowledge of some of the deeper truths of His Word, and strengthen our conviction and hope in the One whom God has exalted to the highest place and given the name that is above every name.


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STEP BY STEP THROUGH THE NEW TESTAMENT

Co-Ed Study taught by Benjamin Gray

Class Dates: January 16-May 15; Break on March 20

Fee: $15 for Member Book

This 13-week study provides a framework for understanding and interpreting the New Testament. It is designed to provide an overview of the characters and themes of the New Testament and teaches biblical background material.


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ROMANS: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PAUL

Men’s Study facilitated by Mark Johnson

Class Dates: January 16-May 15; Break on March 20

No Fee

Join us as we walk the Roman Road through the New Testament book of Romans. This is an overview study of the Apostle Paul's epistle. We will focus on the doctrinal themes and flow of Paul's argument as he explains new life in Christ.


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HOW TO STUDY THE BIBLE

Women’s Study taught by Sandy Campbell

Class Dates: January 16-May 15; Break on March 20

Fee: $5 for Binder with Notes

In 2 Timothy 2:15, the Apostle Paul wrote, "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth" (NIV). The Greek phrase translated "correctly handle" (orthotomeo) also means to "guide on a straight path." As we study the Bible, it's important we do our best to stay on the straight path when it comes to interpreting and understanding it.

But how can we go about doing that? This study will introduce several approaches and methods helpful in general Bible study.


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ONE IN A MILLION

Women’s Study facilitated by Barbara Carter

Class Dates: January 16 – April 10; Break on March 20

Fee: $13 for participant Guide

In this video-driven study, Priscilla Shirer encourages participants to fully engage in the abundant life God has waiting for those who will allow Him to take the lead in daily living. One in a Million is an opportunity for you to experience your deliverance from strongholds, to conquer your wilderness living, and to claim your God-given inheritance.


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COLLEGE & YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Co-Ed Study meeting at 6:30-8:00 pm in 1202 RVC

Class Dates: August 15 - October 3

No Fee

We will do various studies designed to encourage and challenge young adults.