Milestones is a framework for adult discipleship designed to equip people through 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, Jan 25–Mar 1 @ 12–1p — Rm 213
Facilitator: Leon Brooks, Campus Pastor
We will study the Book of Jonah, who was a Minor Prophet in the Old Testament. Some themes we will discuss from this book are God's call on a persons life, repentance, disobedience, fear, obedience, evangelism, missions, and other topics.
Cost: Free (You may bring your own lunch or purchase at the campus for each session.)
Every Wed, Jan 25–Mar 1 @ 6:15–7:30p — Rm 213
Facilitator: Peter Lee, Minister of Campus Development
The series is designed to inspire and equip men to pursue authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ in His 33 years on earth. Volume I contains six sessions that explore the basic foundations of authentic manhood and God's clear design for men, which will help men navigate through some realities that have created cultural confusion. It follows by unfolding God's mandates for all men and offering a clear definition of authentic manhood that will help men on their journey. Each participant will learn the four "faces" of manhood that will help men on their journey. Each participant will learn the four "faces" of manhood and how to anticipate and transition through the specific seasons of life.
Please Note: Each man participating in this study will need at 33 The Series Volume 1 Training Guide, which is included in the online registration cost.
Every Wednesday, Jan 25–Mar @ 6:15–7:30p — Rm 220
Facilitator: Leon Brooks III, Campus
For those who are new to the faith, or those who would like to strengthen their walk with the Lord, we will discuss topics such as eternal security, faith, spiritual growth, how to study the Bible, and others.
Cost: $10 Book Fee
Every Wednesday, Jan 25–Mar 1 @ 6:15–7:30p — Rm 211
Facilitator: Jakora Snow, College and Young Adults Director
What should I do with my life? Whether you're just starting out on your journey, or you've found yourself at a crossroads and feel the need to change direction, each of us wants to know what our purpose is on this earth. We want our work and our lives to have meaning and impact far beyond our immediate context. But, how do you know what you were meant to do? And once you know . . . then what? Each chapter in this book study seeks to dismantle a common myth about calling, replacing it with truth born from solid, current research. If you long to discover your unique place in the world, this book will help you catch that vision and make a plan to pursue it.
People joining us for the class should already have the book, or plan to purchase on their own.
Cost: Free | Click here to purchase a copy of the book before the session.
Every Wednesday, Jan 4–Mar 8 @ 6:15–8:30p — Rm 216
Facilitator: Ramsey Rabie, Church Member
This class is a Part Two for those who have completed Elementary Biblical Greek I and those who have previously taken Elementary Biblical Greek and wish to refresh themselves on chapters 17–26 of David Black's, Learn to Read New Testament Greek. In addition to completing Black's textbook, we will spend the end of the session reading through 1 John together. The class will run from Jan 4–Mar 8, with no class on the week of February 15. We will be using the same textbook that was used in previous classes.
Cost: Free, but there is a required textbook. Click here to purchase it directly if you didn't purchase it for Part I. (Book will not be provided in class).
Wednesdays, Jan 25–Mar 1 @ 6:15–7:30p — Rm 221
Facilitator: LaShawn Brooks
JOY is listed in Galatians 5 as one of the fruits or evidence of a Spirit-filled life, but we can all relate to how easy it is to lose it. We will spend six weeks learning what it means to Cling to Joy even when faced with the greatest difficulties. Our hearts will be challenged to do as Paul said in Romans 12:12…BE JOYFUL IN HOPE.
Join the Houston’s First family for dinner and programming at MidLink, the overall name for everything that happens on Wednesdays at our campuses.
Visit the MidLink page to see the schedule and various activities available for all ages.