Jesus said, “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). We desire to see people become followers of Jesus, help them grow in their faith, equip them for participation in ministry, and send them out as missionaries locally and globally.

Ongoing discipleship takes place through the Bible Fellowship Small Groups that meet year-round. We also offer regular discipleship opportunities that focus on a range of particular topics including focused spiritual issues, family, finances, studies for men and women, Bible book studies, and more.

 

What You Need to Know About Defending Your FaithWhat You Need to Know About Defending Your Faith gives every   believer seeking answers complete training that will firm up their faith and provide confidence in sharing the gospel.

Sunday Evenings at 5:30 PM in The Worship Center

Seth Polk, Lead Pastor and Assistant Pastors        

No Cost for Materials.

No Registration Required.

 

Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices

This is a Christian classic written by Thomas Brooks in the middle of the 17th century. The study uses the Scriptures to provide excellent advice to Christians on how to avoid the schemes and temptations that could lead to Satan.

Wednesday Evenings at 6:16 PM in The Worship Center

Seth Polk, Lead Pastor and Assistant Pastors

No Cost for Materials.

No Registration Required.

 

God’s Search for A Man After His Own Heart” 1 Samuel (Precept Women’s Study)

From judges to kings, from the departure of God’s glory to the assurance of His help, from inquiring of the Lord to inquiring of a medium – this book of contrasts sets before us the importance of a life of obedience and how it’s lived out in the midst of interpersonal conflicts. 

Begins Tuesday, Sept. 25—Nov. 13 at 9:30 am to 11:30 am in the FLC Room 203

Cost for materials: $20

 

Making Space-Doing What Matters Most (Women’s Study)

This study gleans wisdom from the Book of Proverbs and from the example of Jesus to show you how to center your life on God’s priorities. You will examine the things that matter most to God and to you as a follower of Christ. Then you will learn to apply godly wisdom that will help you incorporate these activities into your busy life. In some cases, you will find that you are doing the wrong things. Or you might find that you are doing the right things for the wrong reason or in the wrong way, so they are not life-giving or fulfilling.

Begins Sunday, Sept. 9—Nov. 4 at 5:30 pm in the FLC Room 203.

Facilitator—Joyce Withrow                          Cost: $13 for Materials

 

Hard Sayings of the Bible

This class will delve into difficult passages and verses that appear confusing or to contradict each other.  The text will be a guide, class discussions will not be limited to the text of this book.  Topics covered will include:  Why does God seem angry in the Old Testament & loving in the New Testament; Can we believe in Bible miracles; Problems with numbers; Biblical dates and secular history; Archaeology and the Bible; Are Old Testament Prophecies really accurate; Why are there four different Gospels; among others.

Begins Sunday, Sept. 9—Oct. 28 at 5:30 PM in the FLC—Room 205

Facilitator—Bill Hunt                          Cost: $20 for Materials

 

Think Biblically: Recovering a Christian Worldview

This class will examine contemporary cultural issues in the light of God’s Word.  What does Scripture say about issues such as the sanctity of life, gender, assisted suicide, truth, morality, socialism and other issues.  The text will serve as a framework with other resources being shared that are issue specific.  The two-fold aim of this class is to present the truth of Scripture and to equip you for discussion on these issues with unbelievers.

Begins Wednesday, Sept. 12—Oct. 31 at 6:15 PM in the FLC—Room 205

Facilitator—Bill Hunt                             $20 Cost for Materials

 

TEENS and TECHNOLOGY

This class will give guidance on navigating the current technological world as it relates to teenagers. We will discuss specific dangers and safeguards along with practical solutions.

Begins Sunday, Oct. 28—Nov. 25 at 5:30 PM in the Vine Center

Facilitator—Brandon Carter                     No Cost for Materials