The Bible was composed in such a way that as beginners mature, its meaning grows with them.

Augustine


How well do you know your Bible? In a time when Christians enjoy unprecedented access to teaching, the temptation to passively consume content can be strong. Our Bible studies are designed to draw you into active learning of our sacred text.


Unlike our core classes, which are a one-time commitment, our Bible studies provide a continuous opportunity to learn the Bible in community. They walk line-by-line through entire books of the Bible from start to finish, with the goal of training you to comprehend, interpret and apply the text in a way that yields transformation. Employing the three key elements of personal study, group discussion and teaching time (in that order), our men’s and women’s Bible studies cultivate both Bible literacy and rich community in the context of active, dedicated learning environments.

Fall 2019 Bible Studies

Class space is limited, so we want you to know exactly what you’re getting into before signing up. All classes require some outside homework, usually 1–2 hours each week. Each class runs 11 weeks and costs $30.

Fall 2019 Bible Studies will be announced soon.
Check back for more info.
“The only way to know Him is to know His Word.”

Elaine Caudle

“[Classes] showed me the Lord's pursuit of our hearts."

Lainey Bergen

“I am better equipped now to be the salt and light that I'm called to be.”

Shanna Dinsmore

Past Studies

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2 Samuel

The book of 2 Samuel explores one of the most fascinating stories in all of Scripture, the reign of King David. As we trace the lives of its key characters, we’ll explore the themes of king and kingdom, pointing us to our divine King, Jesus Christ.

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1 Samuel

The book of 1 Samuel introduces one of the most fascinating stories in all of Scripture, the reign of King David. In this study, you’ll trace the lives of several key characters. You’ll explore the themes of king and kingdom, ultimately pointing us to our divine King, Jesus Christ.

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Matthew Part 2

What was God’s purpose in sending His Son, Jesus Christ, to earth? The first 13 chapters of the Gospel of Matthew cover the birth of the long-awaited Messiah to the sending out of the Twelve Disciples. You’ll learn about how Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people and how He came to establish God’s kingdom on earth.

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Matthew Part 1

What was God’s purpose in sending His Son, Jesus Christ, to earth? The latter 15 chapters of the Gospel of Matthew cover the rejection of the Messiah to His resurrection from the dead. You’ll learn about how Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people and how He came to establish God’s kingdom on earth.

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