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Studies & Activities

We offer a great lineup of activities that meet throughout the week. We offer several classes for adults that are aimed to help us develop as Jesus followers in our intellect (head), our passions (heart) and our actions (hands).

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Develop Midweek Studies

This fall we’re offering several discussion-oriented studies designed to help you grow as a Jesus-follower into a difference-maker for a world of people far from God. We have groups meeting in-person and virtually. Each group will meet for close to an hour one night each week September 9 through December 9.

*classes will not meet on October 14 and November 25

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In Person Studies:

1 John
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Led by Deron Spoo, Wed from 6:15-7:15 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / room 403 / Children's Building

John the Apostle had mellowed with age. Shortly before his death, he wrote a personal and powerful letter to fellow Christians. John boiled his faith down to a single idea: love. As Jesus-followers, we can be rid of sin, we can keep the commandments, and we can become more like Jesus when we grasp the full power of authentic love. Join Deron for this verse by verse study of 1 John. *Digital option for class available on Thursday Nights at 7:00 PM at tulsafbc.org/watch-live.

 

All-In
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Led by Dave McPherson, Wed from 6:15-7:15 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / room 404 / Children's Building

What does it mean to be a sold-out Jesus follower? What does it look like to passionately pursue him without anything holding you back? Join us for a twelve-week journey as we explore what it means to be a “disciple” of Jesus, living intentionally on mission as we seek to develop everyone around us into Jesus followers who become difference makers for a world of people far from God. Are you all in. *Digital option for class available on Monday Nights at 7:00 PM at tulsafbc.org/watch-live.

 

Financial Peace University
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Led by Bobby Hart, Wed from 6:00-8:00 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / 4th floor conference room / Children's Building
This nine-week study by 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.

 

Healthy Living Workout and Nutrition
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Led by Julie Donelson & Debra Hassell, Wed from 6:15-7:15 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / room 405 / Children's Bldg
This twelve-week course examines the Bible as it describes your body as a temple in which the Holy Spirt 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 to 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 ready for exercise.

 

Jesus and Women in the First Century and Now
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Led by Kara Davis & Stephanie Turney, Wed from 6:30-8:00 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / off campus
Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth—braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, “Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.” Join Stephanie Turney and Kara Davis as we the study “Jesus & Women In the First Century and Now,” by Kristi McLelland, and follow in the footsteps of the women who came face-to-face with the Living God. *To learn more about this group, email Kara Davis. When you sign up, you’ll receive directions for how to order materials and location of volunteer host home.

 

Virtual Studies:

Rule of Life
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Led by Deron Spoo, Mon from 7:30-8:30 pm / August 3 to August 31
Is there another way to approach life without making it up as we go? Yes, there is! Monks call it a "Rule of Life"--a simple means to make every decision, and measure every commitment. A Rule of Life makes it possible to avoid being overwhelmed by daily details by keeping the focus on the big picture.

Participants will learn how to develop their own Rule of Life in the areas of relationships, time, money, and spiritual growth. This study compliments our Sunday morning teaching series by practically applying Jesus's Message on the Mount (Matthew 5, 6, and 7). You will need a personal copy of God in My Everything: How an Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God by Ken Shigematsu. 

 

Acts: The Birth and Growth of the Early Church
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Led by Larry Merideth, Wed from 6:15-7:15 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / zoom

How exactly did Jesus followers start a movement after Jesus ascended into heaven? What motivated early Jesus followers to share their faith and point others to the hope of the Gospel? Was Christianity something for an exclusive few (like the Apostles, additional helpers or “deacons,” or even just those who were ethnically Jewish), or was Jesus sacrifice through the cross available to everyone regardless of heritage or background? Join Larry Merideth on a journey through this radical book of the New Testament. *When you sign up, you will receive a zoom link for the course.

 

1 John
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Led by Deron Spoo, Thurs from 7:00-8:00 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / tulsafbc.org/watch-live

John the Apostle had mellowed with age. Shortly before his death, he wrote a personal and powerful letter to fellow Christians. John boiled his faith down to a single idea: love. As Jesus-followers, we can be rid of sin, we can keep the commandments, and we can become more like Jesus when we grasp the full power of authentic love. Join Deron for this verse by verse study of 1 John. *In-person option for class available on Wednesday nights at 6:15 pm in room 403 in the Children's Building.

 

All-In
Register

Led by Dave McPherson, Mon from 7:00-8:00 pm / Sept 9-Dec 9 / tulsafbc.org/watch-live

What does it mean to be a sold-out Jesus follower? What does it look like to passionately pursue him without anything holding you back? Join us for a twelve-week journey as we explore what it means to be a “disciple” of Jesus, living intentionally on mission as we seek to develop everyone around us into Jesus followers who become difference makers for a world of people far from God. Are you all in. *In-person option for class available on Wednesday nights at 6:15 pm in room 404 in the Children's Building.

 

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