Bible Studies

Bible Studies are interactive environments where people grow in their understanding of and comfort with biblical truth. People are allowed to observe, participate and engage.

Jude Women’s Study (Tuesday Evenings)

Jude is one of the shortest books of the Bible, but it is packed with relevant truth for the modern ...

Treasure in Clay: Second Corinthians

Like jars made of clay, we are beautiful, functional, often fragile and sometimes broken. We also ha...

Share Anywhere

You are more ready to share Christ than you think. Gain confidence in sharing the greatest Story by ...

2 Samuel: A True and Better King

The story of redemption runs through the life of King David. This experience of God’s faithfulness...

Witness Stand: A Study in Acts

Often our ideas of witnessing are too narrow, focused on evangelism methods or own conversion storie...

Don’t Waste Your Life

"Only one life, will soon be past. Only what’s done for Christ will last.” The choices one makes...

Dudes & Doctrine

This class is designed for men who have been around church for awhile and are familiar with the basi...

The Gospel Project For Kids

The Gospel Project takes kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Kids wi...
Our Bible Studies are designed to establish a foundation of understanding in the areas of Doctrine, Bible, Home and Christian Living.

Obedience, From The Heart

Obedience, From The Heart

We are interested in teaching people to obey all that Jesus commands. However, we are not pursuing a checklist or rule book. Furthermore, we are not filling minds with obscure Bible trivia. Rather, we are seeking to change people’s hearts, step by step, through sharing the Word and depending on the Spirit in prayer.



Truth does exist and can be known. Truth is ultimately expressed in the Bible and the person of Jesus Christ. We believe the Bible is for Everyone. The student can discover truth through the self-study of scripture (Acts 17:11) and discern truth from untruth (1 John 4:1-6). For each class we will limit our study to a relatively small portion of God’s truth.



The teacher is God’s representative to keep learners engaged and functioning within the perimeters of the class. They continually point the learner to God rather than act as a substitute for God. They function as a midwife helping the student learn through thinking and doing, rather than as a surrogate doing the learning and thinking for the student.



The student is ultimately responsible for his or her own learning. Retention and application of learning, what the Bible calls obedience, best occurs when the learner is active in thinking, writing, speaking, doing and not passive in only listening.

We ask questions that require processing during the week because we want people to think for themselves. We want people to experience loving God with their mind. This is often taxing and tiresome but is normal.

For example, when we workout our body we experience soreness and fatigue. This discomfort is viewed as an indicator of a good workout and helpful results are expected.

When we work with our mind we should also expect fatigue and discomfort. Rather than avoiding that pain we should expect a good result from that mental work.

There will be mental work (questions and exercises) connected to all our classes as we challenge our people to love God with their mind.

For More Information

Blake Hardcastle
Blake Hardcastle, Spiritual Formation Pastor
Marcie McClendon
Marcie McClendon, Women's Pastor
Cam Frazier
Cam Frazier, Student Pastor
Cheyenne Burge
Cheyenne Burge, Associate Student Pastor
Jana McKee
Jana McKee, Children's Pastor