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Heritage Life

Join us Wednesday's at 5pm for a meal followed by Children and youth activities at 5:30pm. Adult Bible studies begin at 6pm, check out the list below to see all of our adult bible study opportunites!

Adult Bible Studies

Men of Purpose 

"Men of Purpose" is a men's group dedicated to fostering a sense of direction, meaning, and intentionality in the lives of its members. The group recognizes that every man has been created with a unique purpose by God, and it seeks to provide a supportive community where men can explore, discover, and live out their God-given purpose.

Facilitated by John Joiner - Hospitality Room


The Gospel of John

This class is an opportunity for individuals to gather and dive deep into the profound truths and teachings found within this particular book of the Bible. with its unique style and content, the Gospel of John offers a distinct perspective on the life, ministry, and teachings of Jesus Christ.

Facilitated by Jim Porter - Love Classroom


Christianity, Cults and Religions

These group members will discover the differences between Christianity and other religions as part of the following six session study:

  • Definitions, Discernment, and Defending the Faith

  • Essential Christian Doctrine

  • Jehovah's Witnesses (Watchtower Society)

  • Mormonism (Latter-day Saints)

  • Eastern Religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, New Age and Islam.

Facilitated by Scot Jones and Rob Johnston - Crossroads Classroom


Worship 101

This 8-week Bible study dives into what a biblical approach to worship really looks like. We'll look at everything from the spiritual applications to what the Bible says about physical posture. By the end of this study the hope is to understand not only what true worship looks like for our weekly gatherings, but also how we move to an all-encompassing, wholistic life of worship that goes beyond our Sunday mornings.

Facilitated by Reagan Daniels - Library


Women in the New Testament

This is an 8-week study for men and women examining women's rolls in the New Testament. Generally, women had fewer rights, social status, and power than men in the ancient world in which the Bible was written. But Jesus regularly defied these social conventions, fulfilling His mission and purposes through faithful women and giving them dignity and purpose. The stories we'll examine help us better understand not only our own calling as Christians, but the very nature of the gospel itself. This study includes a study guide to do short, daily reading and an 8-10 minute video during the Wednesday night session before discussion.

Facilitated by Sam Wadsworth. - Mosaic Classroom


Yahweh and Yoga

This group seeks to integrate physical wellness, spiritual growth, and biblical reflection. It provides a unique space where participants can engage in practices that promote holistic well-being, deepen their connection with God, and explore the teachings of the Bible.

Instructor Paige Strickland. - Upper Room Classroom


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