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Milestones Classes

Milestones is a framework for adult discipleship designed to equip people through 6 and 12-week courses held throughout the week. Classes that provide specific discipleship in the following areas: Bible Book Study, Engaging the World (Missions), General Interest, Life Stages, Special Situations in Life, and Spiritual Maturity.



Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 101
Facilitators: Kevin Abbott and Jason Bechtold

Men join us this fall in Mid-Link as we dive into the Book of Jonah. We will see the patience of God and His undeserved mercy to sinners. As shown in Jonah, God uses imperfect people like us for His glory. Jonah reminds us that the Gospel is good news for us all.

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Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 108
Facilitators: James Guillory and Emily Jones

DivorceCare helps separated and divorced people navigate the emotional, mental and spiritual pitfalls of this very difficult season in life. It is open to all regardless of when their separation or divorce occurred. This class provides a listening ear and help.

Books on sale for $15 in class

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Renovation of the Heart: Putting on the Character of Christ

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 102
Facilitators: Michael Dulaney and Fred Lawrence

Most Christians know that we are not born again to remain the same. Yet we struggle and continue to sin. Dallas Willard digs into the divine process of God transforming us from the inside out by our drawing near and letting ourselves be shaped and brought into harmony with His will. This book (and course) offers no formula but a divine process that we are called into as followers of Jesus.

ISBN #: 9781641584425

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Cultivate Connection

Wednesday, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 103
Facilitators: Toni Steere

There are seasons of parenting that are overwhelming and leave us weary. For many of us, we find ourselves there now. Cultivate Connection is a peer to peer parenting course facilitated BY parents FOR parents! Join us on a deep dive into the building blocks of a flourishing family. The course gives helpful parenting practices and strategies for kids of all ages, with plenty of time to discuss ideas and ask questions along the way. These practical skills are rooted in research on brain based parenting, attachment, trauma, sensory processing, and more. The purpose of Cultivate Connection is to empower parents and caregivers to be confident, calm, curious, compassionate and connected.

Course Curriculum will be provided in class. Cost is $75 per person.

Registration is required. Space is limited to 12 families.

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First Place Health

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 104
Facilitator: Stephanie Sawyer

Women Only: First Place For Health believes in the power of Christ to ignite radical, transformative change in our lives, which includes our physical health as well as emotional, spiritual, and mental health. Weekly Bible Study, making healthy food choices and scripture memory are all part of this 10 week study.

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All Nations ESL

Every Wed, beginning Sep 6 @ 6:30–8p
Facilitator: Abby Treece

Non-native English speakers are encouraged to join as we grow together in English conversation skills and in community!

Advance registration is required and applicants are screened for possible class admittance.

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Grief Share

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 107
Facilitator: Emil Haddad

Grief Share is a grief recovery support group designed to help people as they grieve the death of a loved one. A weekly Grief Share group is a place where healing can occur. Individuals will find others who truly understand the struggles facing those who have lost loved ones. A 13-week repeating workbook and video series help class members move from mourning to joy

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Rumors of a King

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 111
Facilitator: Josh Ganjavi

All of Scripture points us to the person of Jesus. While it may be easier to see Him clearly in the New Testament, He is just as present in the pages of the Old Testament! Join us as we pull back the veil to reveal Jesus in the OT like you’ve never seen before!

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Luke Gut-Level Compassion

Every Wed, Sep 6–Oct 11 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 110
Facilitator: Teena Haines

Women Only: Many of us believe that we aren’t good enough to meet other people’s expectations. Maybe you can’t wrap words around why, but lurking beneath the surface of the carefully curated façade you present in public, it’s there. Being missed and marginalized by others moves us to assume we’re not quite good enough for God either. The great news woven throughout the Gospel according to Luke is that perfection is not a prerequisite for a deep and personal relationship with Jesus. In fact, this riveting account reveals that Jesus is especially fond of ragamuffins in need of a safe place to lean in and linger! Join Lisa Harper in this Bible study of a literary masterpiece that doesn’t celebrate the elite, but embraces the outliers, outcasts, and overlooked!

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Cypress Prayer

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30–8p — Rm 112
Facilitator: Leeanne Rogers

"Almighty God is concerned in our praying. He wills it, He commands it, He inspires it. Jesus Christ in heaven is ever praying. Prayer is His law and His life. The Holy Spirit teaches us how to pray. He prays for us "with groaning which cannot be uttered." E.M. Bounds - Join us on Wednesday evenings as we pray for revival, our community, our city, our state, our nation and our world.

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Exploring Adoption and Foster Care

Every Wed, Sep 6–Dec 6 @ 6:30p — VIRTUAL
Facilitator: Heather Henson

For those exploring adoption and foster care, this course will allow you to hear testimonies from members of our church who have walked through the process of adoption and foster care, help you process your motivations and expectations and speak to the cost and other significant factors to consider. Course content is self-paced and all online. Cost is $15 per family. Registration is required.

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