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Heritage Life

Join us Wednesday's for our midweek time of fellowship and discipleship. We serve a meal starting at 5pm followed by children and youth activities at 5:30pm and Adult Bible studies at 6pm.

Adult Bible Studies

How to Pray: A simple Guide for Normal People Feb. 8- Mar. 8 (Meets in the Crossroads Classroom)

Is prayer the most challenging area of your Christian journey? It doesn’t have to be. Pete Greig, one of the founders of 24-7 Prayer International, is passionate about introducing people to simple, honest, relevant conversations with God.

How to Pray is a raw, real, and relevant look at prayer for everyone―from the committed follower of Jesus to the skeptic and the scared. Full of biblically sound wisdom, How to Pray will offer honest encouragement and real-life methods to refresh your spirit and help you practice life-giving and lifechanging prayer. Facilitated by Scot Jones

My Imaginary Jesus     
Mar. 15-May 3 (Meets in the Crossroads Classroom)

In this hilarious, fast-paced, sort-of-true story hailed as “Monty Python meets C. S. Lewis,” Matt embarks on an incredible chase to find the real Jesus and ask him the one question that his Imaginary Jesus has never been able to answer. It’s a wild spiritual adventure like nothing you’ve ever read before . . . and it might bring you face-to-face with an imposter in your own life. This new edition now contains a discussion guide, an interview with the author, and other bonus features! (Previously published as Imaginary Jesus.) Facilitated by Rob Johnston

Hebrews Bible Study
Jan. 11 – May 3 (Meets In Love Class)

Are you in need of something better?  Hebrews 11:40 states, “God had SOMETHING BETTER in mind for us …”  The Bible Study for Heritage Life beginning in January will be the Book of Hebrews.  God wants to teach us about “Something Better.”  Join us each Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm in the Love Classroom. Facilitated by Jim Porter

INTENTIONAL PARENTING: 10 WAYS TO BE AN EXCEPTIONAL PARENT IN A QUICK FIX WORLD
Jan. 11 – Feb. 8 (Meets In Mosaic Classroom)

To be an exceptional parent, you need to be an intentional parent. But, don’t worry! You’re not alone, Doug and Cathy are here to help. They’re veteran parents who can help you move from Quick-Fix Parenting to Intentional Parenting. This five-week study is a Video study with discussion. Facilitated by Leigh Ann Jones 

The Path Between us: God’s Grace and the Enneagram 
Jan. 11 – Mar. 8
(Meets In Library)

Most of us have no idea how others see or process their experiences. And that can make relationships hard, whether with intimate partners, with friends, or in our professional lives. Understanding the motivations and dynamics of these different personality types can be the key that unlocks sometimes mystifying behavior in others and ourselves. The enneagram can be a great tool to help us better understand one another and live out the call to show and share God’s grace and love in our relationships. Facilitated by Reagan Daniels

Find Your People                   
Jan. 11 – Mar. 8 
(Meets In Faith Classroom)

Never in the history of civilization have we been more connected and felt more alone. We are all so lonely. What if the ways we have set up our lives are fundamentally broken?

 

In the Find Your People video Bible study, bestselling author Jennie Allen looks at the original community in Genesis, the Trinity, and the creation of people to see what God had planned for us all along. Jennie offers practical solutions for creating true community in a world that's both more connected and more isolating than ever before. This Bible study for women is facilitated by Suzanne Walters.

Yahweh and Yoga
Weekly
(Meets In Upper Room Classroom)

This class helps connect our bodies and minds to the one who created us. Bring your own mat and water and enjoy a 45 minute yoga session combined with prayer and reflection. Facilitated by Paige Strickland.

The Life of Jesus
Weekly
(Meets In Conference Room)

This class is a biblical study through the gospels following the life of Jesus. Facilitated by Bruce Calcote.

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