Discipleship is a life-long process that’s firmly grounded in God’s Word. In our Sunday Morning Bible Classes, our goal is to equip Christians at every stage of maturity with biblical and theological understanding that they can apply to life.

Adult Bible Classes operate in an elective track system. Each track is designed to cover topics within a major theme of Christian education. By working through each track, you will gain a breadth and depth of biblical knowledge, as well as wisdom for faithful Christian living.


Adult Bible Classes – Summer 2017

Available Classes

Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

What does it mean to be a man? What does it mean to be a woman? Different times and cultures provide conflicting answers to these basic questions, but what does the Bible say? This class will seek to offer a biblical view of masculinity and femininity that will help you to live faithfully as a man or woman today. Application will be made to life in the home, in the church, and in the world.

This class is taught by Nathan Lugbill and Jim Green.

The Gospel-Centered Life

How does transformation occur in the Christian life? It comes through gospel renewal. The gospel has daily applicability to your circumstances and relationships. It is not only relevant to us when we first believe, but continues to work in and through us as we continue to believe. This class aims to (1) deepen your grasp of the gospel as you see your need for continual renewal, (2) help you understand how transformation works from the inside out, and (3) challenge you to develop authentic relationships as the gospel moves you to love and serve others.

This class is taught by Andy McNeilly and Chris Bewley.

Bible Study: Daniel

In this study of Daniel, we will discover what it means to live as a Christian in a culture in which believers are tempted to compromise their values and unbelievers attack the Christian faith. We will also be challenged to understand the dreams and visions of Daniel and their implications for the future of world history.

This class is taught by Griffin Rager and Dave Lohse.