Winter 2018 Discipleship Classes: Huntsville

Discipleship classes meet Wednesday nights at the Huntsville campus, from 5:45 – 7:15pm.  Dinner is served from 4:45 – 5:45pm. You can find the complete list of classes HERE, but we wanted to highlight a few classes that are offered for women only.

 

IN PURSUIT OF GOD: A STUDY OF PAUL’S EPISTLE TO TITUS (Class Dates: January 10-March 21)

Women’s Study taught by Sandy Campbell

Fee: $5 for Notebook

The term Christian isn’t just a title – it is a new way of thinking and living.  More than ever before the church needs to go back to the biblical drawing board and answer the question – Just what exactly does it mean to be a Christian and to live and act like Christ? The true gospel of Christianity isn’t interested in relating to the world, the gospel is interested in saving people from the world, while also renewing the mind of the believer whom the world is constantly trying to influence. In his short letter to Titus, an early-church leader, Paul redefines everything: spiritual maturity, true leadership, what it means to be a godly man and a godly woman, the home, pure relationships, sexual purity, and the Christian’s testimony. Come and join our journey through this little, but powerful book.

 

JESUS THE ONE AND ONLY (Class Dates: January 10 – March 14)

Women’s Study facilitated by Laurel Blanton

Fee: $15 for participant Guide

In this Bible study of the life of Jesus based on the book of Luke, Beth Moore will take you on a life-changing journey through the hills of Galilee with the Teacher, across the lake with the Master, and finally, on the road toward the cross with the Savior. Get to know Jesus intimately … as though you had walked with Him during His days of earthly ministry. This 10-week, in-depth Bible study includes weekly personal assignments video sessions taped on location in Jerusalem and throughout Israel.

 

 

THE QUEST (Class Dates: January 10 – March 21)

Women’s Study facilitated by Kellie Evans, Lynn Lee, and Mary Kay Lew

Fee: $15 for Participant Guide

The crooked punctuation mark at the end of a sentence speaks of curiosity, interest, and perhaps doubt. A question is an invitation to vulnerability, to intimacy. The Bible does not shy away from such an invite, as we see the people of God asking questions of their Creator. We also see the God of the universe asking questions of His creation. In this excursion with Jesus, Beth Moore uses questions from Scripture to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best. Learn to dig into the Word, to respond to the questions of God, and to bring your questions before Him. Let the crooked punctuation mark be the map that points you into a closer relationship with the Father.

 

 

PRAYERCAST (Class Dates: January 10 – March 21)

Women’s Study & Prayer taught by Dana Wheeler

No Fee

“Every major advance of the gospel in the book of Acts comes about as a response to the people of God praying together. Like the early church we must devote ourselves to prayer – Acts 2:42, regularly joining with one another. Just like Bible study, private prayer is essential but insufficient. A healthy church not only prays, but prays with one another.” – David Platt. Join us each week as we pray together, focusing on praise, thanksgiving, and intercession.

 

NO OTHER GODS (Class Dates: March 21 – May 16; Break on March 28)

Women’s Study facilitated by Laurel Blanton

Fee: $10 for Participant Guide

Often, idols are obvious—money, power, fame. But subtler idols can sometimes take the form of sweet loved ones, Instagram-able interiors, and busy seasons of ministry. But if your heart is prioritizing any of those pursuits before God, they are taking up space meant for Him alone. In this 8-session study, learn to identify the functional gods you are serving daily and the lies they tell. Only when you learn to dethrone modern-day idols can you pursue a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Jesus.

 

Winter 2018 Discipleship Classes: Madison

Willowbrook also offers discipleship classes on Wednesday nights at the Madison campus.  They meet from 6:30 – 8:00pm.  No dinner served.  In addition to the study below, which is specifically for women, Campus Pastor Kevin Perry teaches a co-ed class.

 

THE QUEST

Women’s Study facilitated by Amanda Wasneius

Fee: $15 for Participant Guide

The crooked punctuation mark at the end of a sentence speaks of curiosity, interest, and perhaps doubt. A question is an invitation to vulnerability, to intimacy. The Bible does not shy away from such an invite, as we see the people of God asking questions of their Creator. We also see the God of the universe asking questions of His creation. In this excursion with Jesus, Beth Moore uses questions from Scripture to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best. Learn to dig into the Word, to respond to the questions of God, and to bring your questions before Him. Let the crooked punctuation mark be the map that points you into a closer relationship with the Father.