Morning Bible Studies

“Stress Less Class”Women’s Study

Led by Rev. Lula Dobbs.

This women’s support group and class uses a variety of Christian material in order to discover ways to overcome stress and live a joyful life in Christ. Their new study is

UNHITCHING FROM THE CRAZY TRAIN” by Julie Sparkman. We all have a picture of how life should go, so we corral and control, determined to make our picture come true and before we know it find ourselves on a crazy ride. We’re hitched to the crazy train, and we want to get off. But how?

Mondays Beginning Aug., 20, 10:30 a.m.

Class meets at The House at 529 Blount Ave.
“Colossians” Pastor’s Class

Led by Ricky Smith.

In a world with a religion to meet every diverse mood, today’s Christians are no different from those of ancient Colossae. Fighting Jewish legalism mixed with Eastern philosophies, and Gnosticism, Paul called on the Colossian church to stop partaking in the misguided religious practices of their day and to find the one true faith. Join Pastor Ricky Smith as we explore Paul’s letter to the Colossians and find practical and grace filled help to meet the challenges facing us in todays age of religious confusion.

Tuesdays Beginning Aug., 21, at 9:30 a.m.

Class meets in Room 202


Marshall County Caregivers Support Group” Led by Rev. Lula Dobbs.

Are you caring for a loved one diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer,

or Parkinson’s Disease? There is hope and strength for your journey.

Every 1st Tuesday of the month

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

The Worship Center at 609 Blount Ave.

“What Love Is” by Kelly Minter (Women’s Class)

Led by Erin Miles

John anchors us with truth in a culture that has lost its way. He separates light from darkness, offers community for loneliness, and rest for our striving. Throughout his letters John gives us the ultimate gift of assurance: we can know that we know Jesus. Join Erin Miles as she leads us through this rich study that will also include some fun recipes for deeper fellowship and discover what love truly is.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22 , at 7:30 a.m.

Class meets at The House on Blount Ave.

“Ruth” by Dr. Sandra Richter (Women’s Class)

Led by Ann Lee

Set in the midst of one of the most corrupt eras of Israelite history, Ruth is a story about three compelling characters. Naomi, an elderly widow, Ruth a young daughter-in-law, and Boaz a man of wealth and influence. Gifted teacher and author Dr. Sandra Richter makes each of these characters come alive and challenges us to see ourselves in these characters as we face many of the same questions and challenges. Here is real life, lived out by real people with real fears, real struggles, real hope, and real faith.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, at 9:30 a.m.

Class meets in Room 205


Tuesday Night Studies
“The Epic of Eden” by Dr. Sandra Richter

Led by Lula Dobbs

The Old Testament of the Bible can feel like a puzzle we’ve tried to put together but wind up putting back in the box because it’s too complicated. In this study Dr. Sandra Richter shows us how Old Testament understanding leads to fresh depths of New Testament faith for everyday life in the real world.

Tuesdays Beginning Aug., 28, 6:00 p.m.

Class meets in Room 205


Wednesday Night Studies
Start August 22, 2018

The Story” What’s Your Story/What’s His Story (Pastor’s Study)

Led by Pastor Mark Mayo

If you know Jesus you have a story. Some stories are sudden and dramatic and some stories are very gradual and quiet. Do you know how to share your story? And….what about His (God’s) story? Could you tell it in a clear and concise manner if asked?

In this class:

  • We will learn why our personal story is important
  • We will write out our stories in a 3 minute format as well as a 45 second format,
  • We will learn how to share our stories with others in a practical manner.
  • We will learn how to communicate the gospel message of the Christian Faith in a basic and simple manner that we can easily share with others.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, 6:30 p.m.

Class meets in Room 211


The Bible “How It Came To Be”

Led by Jonathon Watts (married to Charlotte)

How were the books in the Bible chosen? I’ve heard about other books that didn’t make it in. Aren’t those also the Word of God? Why aren’t they considered Scripture, too?

Lots of people are asking these questions today, but these questions are not new. They were being asked in the first hundred years after Jesus’s death and resurrection. Come and explore answers to these questions and more. A fascinating and informative look at how we got our Bible.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, at 6:30 p.m.

Class meets in Room 202

“Disciple I”

Led by Lula Dobbs

DISCIPLE is a program of disciplined Bible study aimed at developing strong Christian

leaders. DISCIPLE 1 is a 34 week class that covers the Bible from start to finish and is a

prerequisite for all other Disciple classes.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, at 6:00 p.m.

Class meets in Room 205



Led by Jeff Benson

Most of us remember Noah, from children’s Sunday school, as the man who built an Ark that was loaded with animals who came two by two. But there is so much more to discover about this man who chose to obey God while living in the midst of an increasingly evil world. Join Jeff for an in-depth look at this man of faith, and gain practical insight for facing the challenges of today. This class will also be looking at a trip to ‘”THE ARK ENCOUNTER” in Kentucky

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, at 6:30 p.m.

Class meets in Room 206


James” (Women’s Class)

Led by Nona Smith

Do your actions speak louder than words? Or to put it another way do your walk and talk line up? Join Nona as we explore the book of James and take a look at practical ways to live an authentic Christian life and a life that is pleasing to God. James challenges us to apply what we learn so that we grow closer in our walk with God.

Wednesdays Beginning Aug., 22, 6:30 p.m.

Class meets in Room 203

Weekend Bible Studies
“Young Adults”
This unique BI-MONTHLY study, fellowship, and action group explores a variety of Christ
centered topics using The Bible, video’s, and open discussion.

**Current Study “Gods At War” by Kyle Idleman

In Gods at War, Kyle Idleman addresses the issue of idolatry in the lives of believers by asking insightful questions that will help you determine which false gods are striving to sit on the throne of your heart. By sharing true and powerful testimonies of those who have struggled with the idols of money, sex, success, food and romance, Idleman clears away the cultural baggage of the 21st century to expose these gods for what they are–rivals to our unhindered devotion to Christ. Discover the freedom that awaits you when you allow the true God to reside unchallenged in your heart and life.

Young Adults meet EVERY 2nd & 4th SUNDAY of the month (unless otherwise noted)

5:00 p.m. meal

Nursery Provided

Meets at the House at 529 Blount Ave.