Weekday Classes

Weekday Bible Studies

Pick a study that will help you grow in your daily walk of faith

10:00 am on Tuesday Mornings

Fear to Faith: a study of angels

Angels are mentioned 300 times in the Bible, and yet they remain a mysterious part of the spiritual realm.  Angels are messengers sent from God to minister to those who will inherit salvation.  Each lesson in this study will investigates questions most people have about these ministering spirits.

5:00 pm Early Bird Class on Wednesday Evenings

Unity in Christ

Jesus prayed before going to the cross "for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you" (John 17:20-21). In a polarized world, being one with others is attractive and yet often out of reach. Unity is indeed possible when we seek it God's way. In Ephesians 4, Paul describes seven non-negotiables for our walk with Christ that will bring people into unity with one another.

Teacher: Roger Dykes

7:00 pm Electives on Wednesday Evenings

Satan: a history and the areas of your life Satan wants to enter 

He has been seen as public enemy number one, the chief opponent of God and his people, and the leader of uncounted demonic forces. Jesus says he’s been a murderer from the beginning, and he’s engaged in an all-out war against the forces of good in the universe.

The Bible calls him the devil, Satan, the evil one.

Paul tells the Ephesian church to put on the full armor of God, so that they can stand firm against his schemes. James tells Christians that if they resist the devil, he will flee from them. Peter tells believers to beware: he is always on the prowl.

We have an enemy—and if we’re going to stand firm against him, we need to know whom we’re up against.

This class will be in person and on Zoom on Wednesdays at 7:00pm.

Teachers: Bill Kopf and Bergan Connor

Faith Lessons Video Series: Know More about Jesus

This series by Ray Vander Laan combines video lessons and class discussion that set the stage for us to explore our faith, our relationship with God, and the life of Jesus. We will gain a unique perspective that allows us to explore the geography and culture of Jesus’ time while studying the Scriptures, challenging us to be devoted disciples.

Teacher: Jim Moudy

Will Your Children Have Faith?  (March-April)

It's a question every parent and grandparent asks: "Will my children grow up to live in faith?" Faith does not come naturally in this fallen world. It must be passed on from generation to generation.  While no one can guarantee that a child will grow up and be a person of faith, there are things parents, grandparents, and other nurturing adults can do that will raise the odds of instilling lifelong faith. Faith is "caught" as much as it is "taught." Learn what you can be doing to pass faith on. 

This class will be in person and on Zoom on Wednesdays at 7:00pm.

Teacher: Dewey Howard

Grace: an invitation to a way of life  (May)

These studies in grace will help you make connection between grace as a remote biblical concept and grace as a lifestyle - a reality you experience day in, day out. Through an unfolding study of Psalm 23, you'll learn how God - our Good Shepherd - is for you. How he longs to walk with you through temptation, sorrow, and even deep regret.

Teacher: Jeffrey McDuff

Don't Give Up  (May)

Our lives are minefields of challenges that take their toll on our courage, our conviction, and even our faith. But God whispers to the weary, "Don't give up." Cast your concerns on God, trust in his love and timing, pray for patience and strength, and seek out support in the family of God. (Description from Don't Give Up by Kyle Idleman.)

Teacher: Dewey Howard

Equipping Discipleship Leaders  (March-April)

This class is primarily designed for current and future Harvest Group leaders. However, the focus on growth, facilitation and influencing others for the Kingdom of God is useful for all ages and stages of your walk with Christ. Join us in discovering how we can make disciples in our current culture and times. 

Teacher: Shawn Gary

"Let's Start Talking"  (May)

Do you speak English? Do you want to learn another way to share Jesus? This is the class for you! We live in a unique time in history when the mission field is coming to us! With the influx of immigrants, God is giving Lubbock more and more opportunities to share our faith with people from around the world. One of the greatest needs for immigrants to succeed in America is the ability to speak English. Let's Start Talking (LST) is a great program that uses God's Word to help people work on their ability to speak English. The objective of this class is to equip you with tools as you converse and read through the book of Luke. Come join us as we explore this Kingdom growth opportunity!

Teacher: Shawn Gary

The Fitting Room: putting on the character of Christ  (women's group)

Colossians 3:12 tells us to clothe ourselves with classic Christian virtues, such as compassion, kindness, humility and patience. This series will explore what it means to take off negative traits and put on the character of Christ. We will look at ways to put on these virtues that were custom made for us by the One who knows us best.

Teacher: Nora Kopf; Karen Rogers

Women of Faith: ImPossible  (women's group)

What is your Impossible? We all have one. Maybe more than one. Jesus came to meet our Impossibles head on. That is the story of the Gospel of Luke. Time after time, person after person, teaching after teaching reveal the Possibles God wants to unleash in your life, and the Impossibles that He is willing to challenge and dismantle in your heart. (Description from ImPossible by Casandra Martin.)

Teacher: Linda Booker

Sing Joyfully!  (singing class)

Every Wednesday evening a group of men and women gather to sing praises to God.  Some songs old, some songs new — all to the glory of our Lord.

Teachers: Tommy Weaver and others


A support group for those who have gone through or are currently in the heartache of divorce. Find biblical answers and loving support. 

Sign up for this session of DivorceCare online.

Facilitators: Mack and Cindy Alexander

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Self-Guided Study

Have you ever wanted an opportunity to dig into Scripture on your own but just didn’t feel like you had the time you needed to do it? Or maybe you wanted some tools to help you dig deeper because you didn’t know where to start? The church library has many resources for you to use for personal Bible study and growth. Click on the button below for tips and methods to go deeper in your own personal Bible study.

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