Acts of the Apostles Systematic Study
Location:Main Campus Room 148 (Hospitality Room)
Time: 5 – 6 PM
Led by: Richard & Karen Brown
This is a systematic survey of the Book of Acts, part 2. We will start in Acts chapter 13 and study Paul’s missionary journeys, his imprisonment, his trials, and his final journey to Rome. This study includes extensive discussion and debate of each chapter – verse by verse. Richard makes these studies exciting, provocative, and witty. There is no study guide required.
The Truth Project
Location: Main Campus Room 110 (near the library/Café 246)
Time: 4:30 – 6 PM
Led by: George “Brazo” Barry & Judy Freeman
The Truth Project is a DVD-based small group curriculum comprised of 13 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Del Tackett. We believe this one dynamic and inspiring project developed by “Focus on the Family” represents the possibility for exponential change within the body of Christ; millions have been transformed by this curriculum.
Christ is All You Need
Location: Main Campus Room 112A
Time:5 – 6 PM
Led by: Bob & Joan Smith
In this January Bible Study, believers are challenged to move away from performance-based religion. The Christian life is not about trying harder, but trusting Christ more. As you study through the book of Colossians, you will be reminded that everything God desires to do in and through our lives, He will accomplish out of the overflow of our relationship with Christ. “Christ is all we need.”
Compelled: Living the Mission of God by Ed Stetzer
Location: WBC Global Mission Center Room 149
Time: 5-6 PM
Led By: John Crocker
Understand what it means to be compelled by love. Compelled provides readers a basic theological grounding and a platform for personal application as they understand what missional living is all about; it is simply the calling to love others.
A Unique Marriage Class – iMarriage
Location: Main Campus Room 112B
Time: 5-6 PM
Led By: Tom & Debra Fluker
This is a unique marriage class based on the i-Marriage material, published by Andy Stanley of North Point Ministries. In addition to i-marriage material, the class will be built around the couples getting to know each other and building relations within the group with the material tailored to meet the needs of our group. Tom and Debra Fluker have “street cred” from their 30 years of marriage where they have raised four children. Prepare to be challenged and grow your marriage while having lots of fun.
COLLEGE: Coed Bible study
Location: Jim & Tina Bozeman’s house
Time: 7 PM
Begins: Ongoing, No registration required
A great time to dig into the Word of God with your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Come find good food and really great fellowship as you deepen in your relationship with Christ. For more information about the study or directions to the Bozeman’s, contact Anna Caye Luttrell at
(256) 704-5678, ext. 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Singles Bible Study
Location: Whitesburg Baptist Center Dining Room
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Cost: Free, No registration required.
Led by: Dean Brooks
We offer a variety of Bible Study topics for Single Adults. The Wednesday Bible Study is taught by our Singles’ Pastor, Dean Brooks. Join us at 6:30 pm at our Whitesburg Baptist Center (7300 Whitesburg Drive) in the Fellowship Dining Room.
Location: Whitesburg Baptist Center Room 617
Time: 5 PM
Cost: $7.50 per class per person
Led by: Tahis Annegan
The beginner class starts at 5. An advanced class begins directly after the beginner class ends.
Verge: College Worship – Ongoing
Location: Main Campus Room 170
Time: 8:30 – 10 PM
Cost: Free, No registration required
Speaker: Jerry Rufe
Verge is casual, fun and full of laughter. Free food and fellowship start off the evening, followed by worship and a message. Worship has a contemporary and comfortable vibe. Join us as we open the Word and study together.
DivorceCare – Ongoing
Location: Whitesburg Baptist Center Hearthside Room
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Cost: $15, No registration required
Led by: Ken Warmath, Jackie Betterton, & Peggy Patterson
Separation and divorce are among life’s most difficult and painful experiences – and healing from divorce is not easy. DivorceCare is a place where you’ll be around people who understand how you feel and what you are experiencing. DivorceCare also sponsors “Surviving the Holidays,” a one-night event just before Thanksgiving, which gives practical ideas for surviving the deep loneliness and pain many experience during the holiday season.