Wednesday Nights at First

Classes begin at 6:15 pm

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Fall 2018 at First

Classes begin at 6:15 pm

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Begins September 5

Deron Spoo

A good leader is difficult to find! Nehemiah, who lived some 450 years before Jesus, embodied much of what we look for in capable leadership—the love of a difficult task, the ability to inspire people, the willingness to stare down intimidation, the capacity to handle emergencies, and the balance between prayer and planning. Most important of all is the refusal of the leader to give up when times are tough. Do you aspire to be a better leader? Do you want to have a better grasp on how to follow Christ as you lead others? Nehemiah will show us how. September 5-December 12

Chris Matthews

Many Christians struggle with understanding and applying the Old Testament. In Luke 24 on the road to Emmaus, Jesus told his disciples that all of the scriptures, from Moses to the Prophets, testify concerning Him. In this class, we will study how many of the people, events and institutions in the Old Testament serve to prefigure a greater fulfillment that would come in Jesus Christ. September 5-December 12

Dave McPherson

In Matthew 28, Mark 16 and Acts 1:8, Jesus challenged his followers to make disciples, but what does that practically look like? How can we lead those around us to know and grow in a relationship with Jesus? Are there any clues in scripture for how to measure what discipleship might look like? This discussion-oriented class is designed to equip you with tools to grow as a leader and learn how to multiply yourself as you lead community groups. September 5-December 12

Cindy Ingram

In a day when social issues are creating clear dividing lines in our society, moral and political neutrality is not an option for those who believe the gospel. It’s simply not enough to focus on only those issues that are most comfortable–and least costly–to us. In this study from David Platt, we are encouraged to fix our gaze on God revealed in the gospel and to live with conviction, courage, and compassion in the midst of a rapidly changing culture. September 5-December 12

WOMEN’S STUDY: Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirer | 410 North
Debra Hasell

Through 7 sessions, discover the root to clear and daily communication with God – humble obedience. Learn how surrender unlocks His many blessings intended for us, centers us in His will, and to help us discern His voice in everyday life. Sign up on the church website or by emailing Debra at September 5-October 17

Glen Taggart

This nine-week study, Dave Ramsey, is designed to change the culture of giving in our country – starting with the church, spreading to the community, and ultimately impacting the world. This is an initiative to completely revolutionize the way we handle God’s money. It’s about creating a church filled with intense, passionate, sold out, cheerful givers. In this nine-week course, you will learn to truly be doers of the Word in the area of financial responsibility. Cost is $100.00. September 5-November 7

Julie Donelson

The fourteen-week course examines the Bible as it describes your body as a temple in which the Holy Spirit makes His dwelling. It is hard to worship and serve at your best when you don’t feel your best. Having a restored temple is a doorway joy. In this course we will work on moving from good intentions and resolutions to developing a lifestyle of physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Please come in your active gear and ready for exercise. No cost. September 5-December 12

COMPUTERS 101 | 415 north
Bob Waterstradt

A class for anyone needing assistance with using a computer – 1st time users and seniors continuing to learn more about their computer. That could be “how do I turn it on” up to “how do I print from it”.