Spring 2022 Bible Studies

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Spring Apologetics Seminar | C

Led by Rev. Clete Hux

Director, Apologetics Resource Center

Friday, January 7, 6:00-8:30pm

Saturday, January 8, 8:30-11:30am

Room 137

Friday:  How to Understand the 'Health and Wealth' Gospels

Is it just a matter of having enough faith? We will scripturally examine both the surface and key teachings of this global heresy so that we might give an answer about that hope in us.


Saturday:  How America Became Pagan

How do you respond when someone starts talking about “Mother Earth?” What does the “green to the extreme” emphasis have in common with this mindset? There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstanding about this particular worldview and how it has penetrated the major sectors of our culture. This seminar will help shape our discernment.

This seminar is a preview of the Apologetics Course that will be offered beginning Wednesday, January 12, 6:30pm.


Includes all materials, supper Friday evening and breakfast Saturday morning. Childcare vouchers provided.


Deadline to register:  Tuesday, January 4, at 12:00 noon.

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Sunday Evenings


The Battle Plan for Prayer, by Alex Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick | M

Led by Scott Goolsby and Mark Langley

Begins Sunday, January 9

8 weeks |  Man Cave  |  6:00 pm

Develop a deeper walk with God as you seek the Lord for your battles first. The Battle Plan for Prayer Bible Study equips believers to create their own prayer strategy and be specific and strategic in prayer. This study features teaching by Alex and Stephen Kendrick on the topics of: what prayer is and is not, why God wants us to pray, specific areas of prayer, specific strategies for prayer, and more.


Tuesday Mornings


Biscuits and Bible Study,

2 Corinthians   | M

Led by Dr. Jeff Meyers

Ongoing |  Jim Bob’s, Tiger Town  |  6:30 am

Pastor Jeff will begin a verse-by-verse Bible study of Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians. In Second Corinthians, Paul encouraged believers to value generosity, humility, and weakness. He turns upside down our preconceived notions of the way life works. Paul stresses the hallmarks of the Christian life as strength through weakness, the importance of reconciliation in broken relationships, and the powerful example of servant leadership. Doors will open at 6:15am for biscuits and coffee. The Bible study will begin at 6:30am and conclude by 7:15am.

No registration needed.

Take Courage, by Jennifer Rothschild | W

Led by Martha Tabor and Mary Winkler

Begins Tuesday, February 1

8 weeks  |  The 3:16 Center  |  9:30 am

Do you ever feel like the happy ending of your story is a million miles away? Then you know how the Jewish people felt when they returned to their wrecked land after exile and began rebuilding the temple. They were distracted, discouraged, and ready to throw in the towel. But the prophet Haggai reminded them they could find courage in the God who had never left them. Sometimes the landscapes of our lives feel wrecked, with our hope and purpose in shambles. We too get distracted and discouraged. However, God’s presence and promises give us courage to press on and trust Him with our story. In this study on the Book of Haggai, learn to walk confidently in your calling, stay motivated despite opposition, and courageously invest your life in God’s purposes, trusting Him for results you may never see in this lifetime


Wednesday Mornings


Jonah, by Priscilla Shirer | W

Led by Sandy Speakman and Beth Redden

Begins Wednesday, January 12

7 weeks  |  Room 137 |  9:45 am

Interruptions. They're aggravating. Sometimes infuriating. But how we handle interruptions actually tell us more about ourselves. What do we do when God interrupts our lives? Many times, like Jonah, we run! Priscilla redefines interruption and shows that interruption is actually God's invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams. When Jonah was willing to allow God to interrupt his life, the result was revival in an entire city.

Wednesday Evenings

Ask Jeff | C

Led by Dr. Jeff Meyers

Begins Wednesday, January 5

Ongoing  |  The 3:16 Center  |  6:30 pm

Pastor Jeff addresses your questions regarding the Bible, Christianity, culture, and philosophy with a fast-paced Bible Q&A.

No registration needed. 

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Apologetics Bible Study | C

Led by Kevin Batts and Kyle Rush
Begins Wednesday, January 12
10 weeks  |  Room 205  |  6:30 pm

Using study materials from the CS Lewis Institute, this course offers a Basic Apologetics Study for those who want to be better equipped to reach non-believers by giving honest answers to honest questions with gentleness and respect. In this study we will explore an introduction to topics such as faith and reason, neopaganism, postmodernism, relativism, and eastern religion. All course materials are free. There are no prerequisites, and this study is open to anyone interested in Biblical apologetics outreach.

Developing Biblical Convictions for Your Family | C

Led by Paul Spargo

Begins Wednesday, January 5
12 weeks  |  Room 317  |  6:30 pm

An in-depth discussion on how to instill biblical convictions in the lives of your children. We will discuss the biblical perspectives on friendships, purity, dating, attitudes, media, anger, appearance, honesty, and other issues so that your children can identify the enemy’s traps and walk in the truth. Bible only. Study guides will be available in class

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Financial Peace | C




Led by Don & Susan Jackson

Begins Wednesday, January 5

12 weeks  |  Room 121  |  6:00 pm

Using the Financial Peace University curriculum, participants will learn budgeting, debt elimination, and other principles of sound financial stewardship. Purchase your membership at fpu.com/1144161.

Breaking Free, Original Edition, by Beth Moore | W

Led by Traci Meyers
Begins Wednesday, January 5
11 weeks  |  Room 318  |  6:20 pm

Materials provided in class.

Do you want to know God and really believe Him? Do you want to find satisfaction in God, experience His peace, and enjoy His presence? Do you want to make the freedom Christ promised a reality in your daily life? In Breaking Free, Beth Moore embarks on a study of selected passages from the Book of Isaiah, drawing several parallels between the captive Israelites and today's Christians, in order to show how to make freedom in Christ a daily reality. Moore teaches readers to remove obstacles that hinder freedom by identifying spiritual strongholds in their lives and overcoming them through the truth of God's Word—truth that will set us free


The Well-Watered Woman: Rooted in Truth, Growing in Grace, Flourishing in Faith, By Gretchen Saffles | W


Led by Stacy Chase

Begins Wednesday, January 5
8 weeks  |  Room 215  |  6:30 pm

Experience fullness and peace beyond life's disappointing endings by finding a fresh start in Christ! Sharing God's Word and her own story of surrender, Saffles offers spiritually hungry women the tools to not only know Jesus more, but start leading a life that enjoys, seeks, and follows him daily. 

 DivorceCare | C

DivorceCare is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. At this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making.

Led by Bob and Mindy Bowman

Begins Wednesday, January 5

13 weeks  |  Room 314  |  6:15 pm

Workbook provided.


Sleeping Giant, by Kenny Luck | M

Led by Adam Creel and Jason Graham

Begins Wednesday, January 5

6 weeks  |  Man Cave |  6:15 pm

Kenny Luck uses the term "sleeping giant" to describe the men in the body of Christ and the incredible untapped potential within. Pastors intuitively sense it but are sometimes unsure how to meaningfully engage and integrate the men of their churches. Sleeping Giant introduces a process to moving men along an intentional spiritual pathway from "affiliated" to "activated." The Sleeping Giant model begins with a core team chosen by the pastor. Working together, this core team will create a vision for men based on the pastor's vision for the church while initiating their own spiritual path. Through the six sessions, this core team will go through the process of Get In, Get Healthy, Get Strong, and Get Going. Upon completion, they will be ready to lead other men through that same process, creating a multiplying effect that spills over into the rest of the church and the community


Thursday Mornings


First Corinthians | C

Led by Martha Tabor

Thursday, January 13 – April 28

Room 203  |  11:00 am

Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth is unique in his writings because the pagan culture of the city of Corinth had crept into the church and an outsider would not have been able to tell the difference in the people of God and the people of the world. Paul addressed specific issues with this church and minced no words in calling them out for their unChristian-like conduct. Today there is a constant struggle in the church to behave in both word and deed in a Christ-honoring way amidst the cultural climate in America. The issues addressed by Paul are still prevalent today: jealousy, lawsuits, immorality, etc. Come join us as we study through this epistle of I Corinthians. Bible is only text required.