Begins Thursday, March 23 - May 4  at 9:00 AM, in the SERVEU room
Email for childcare


god-redeemerGod the Redeemer: A Gospel-Centered Exploration of Exodus
In Exodus, we see a beautiful reality unfold: God heard the cries of his people, responded by revealing His character, and promised redemption. His ultimate purpose was not merely to relocate the Israelites to a better place. He rescued them from something for a purpose. He has done the same for us through Christ. We will spend this study, looking at Moses, and at Jesus, and discovering how God's power through Moses pointed forward to another great redemption. 
Class leader: Brandi Mullis

A study of selected Psalms
There is no doubt why King David was the greatest hymn writer of all time. While his songs are inspired by God, they are deeply personal, introspective, honest and profoundly humble. We will take a behind-the -scenes look at some of David’s most beloved compositions, and he reminds us that some of our brightest songs are born out of our darkest places.
Class leader: Sandy Campbell

A Study of James
James wanted to make sure his readers understood how to live what they believed. His wisdom and real-life applications are as helpful today as they were two thousand years ago.

Class leader: Jennifer Morgan

Adoption & Foster Supportadoptionsupport
This group is for ladies who are in the trenches of being a busy adoptive or foster mom, those who are in the process of adopting/fostering or those seeking more information about adopting/fostering, either locally or internationally. 

We will discuss topics relevant to caring for adoptive and foster children as well as topics to help moms better care for themselves as they serve their changing families. We will have time each session for open discussion to ask questions, seek advice or to simply lift each other up as we do life together.  There will be no homework or weekly commitment. Come as you are!
Class leader: Jennifer Cody

Anonymous: Discovering the Somebody You Are to God
By: Cindi Wood
Anonymous helps women discover their uniqueness and significance to Christ by exploring some of the "anonymous" women of the Bible. Though we do not know their names, they all were known and loved by God. Each week of this six-session study begins with an overview of the anonymous woman's story, including background material with relevance to the cultural lifestyles and surroundings of the day.

Class leader: Anna Bentley

Every Woman's Marriage: Igniting the Joy and Passion You Both Desire 
By: Shannon Ethridge, Greg Ethridge
If you're longing for a deeper, more intimate connection with your spouse, then Every Woman's Marriage can show you how to reignite your relationship with spiritual, emotional, and physical passion. Learn what makes your husband's heart grow cold and how you can fan the embers into flame.

Class leader: Kari Long

When Relationships Collide
This study will help you discover principles for dealing with conflict in a healthy, God-honoring way by learning what the Bible says about it, what God's role is in it, and how God would have you resolve it.

Class leader: Ingrid Lunsford