DiscipleLIFE Classes

Wednesday Evening DiscipleLIFE Bible Studies for Adults
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Join us Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30 pm for charcuterie goodies and fellowship.  We will also present the classes offered for our Early Fall Semester on Wednesday nights.  Hear from teachers that will be leading co-ed, men’s, and women’s studies.  

Wednesday Nights beginning January 18

CLIMB

6:45 PM

Led by Pat Cammarata

Meets in Room E218 – Open to all Adults

Whether you are new in your relationship with Jesus or have been a disciple of His for years, this 7 session study will help you understand what it means to join the most wonderful, exhausting, joyful, heartbreaking, beautiful, and purposeful CLIMB of your life. As a disciple of Christ you will not be alone on this CLIMB, others in the body of Christ are CLIMBing alongside you with great enthusiasm and excitement. However, somewhere along the way many on this CLIMB begin to “feel” disoriented —like they are no longer ascending, but descending. Some are able to push through and slowly begin to acclimate to this life with Jesus and the flawed-but-functioning family called the church; while others turn around and decide to leave the CLIMB. They leave because they are ill equipped for the journey — either due to lack of discipleship concerning the gear needed for such a trip or the lack of implementing the gear available in their pack. Still others ascend too quickly and see the despair of fellow climbers. They pass the debris others left behind — fear, anger, pride, arrogance, immorality, unethical lifestyles and selfishness. Discouraged by that experience, they turn back and never make it to base camp—forfeiting the view from the summit. Come and learn what the CLIMB is all about: learning the correct way to Gear Up; why Acclimating to the fellowship is important; learning to enjoy Base Camp, and how to make it to/through the Death Zone, all of which is the only way you will ever see the Summit.  Cost is $10 for materials.

12 Ordinary Men

6:45 PM

Led by Jared Chesser

Meets in Room E221 – Open to all Adults

You don’t have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the twelve disciples, whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament.  Jesus chose ordinary men–fishermen, tax collectors, political zealots–and turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from people who were otherwise unremarkable.  The twelve disciples weren’t the stained-glass saints we imagine. On the contrary, they were truly human, all too prone to mistakes, misstatements, wrong attitudes, lapses of faith, and bitter failure. Simply put, they were flawed people, just like us. But under Jesus’ teaching and touch, they became a force that forever changed the world. Join bestselling author John MacArthur in Twelve Ordinary Men as he draws principles from Christ’s careful, hands-on training of the original disciples for today’s modern disciple, you! Cost is $10 for the book.

Thessalonians

7:00 PM

Led by Kevin McCallon

Meets in Room E228 – Men’s Bible Study

Pastor Kevin will begin teaching through the letters to the Thessalonians this semester on Sunday mornings. Each Wednesday after the message all men are invited to attend this class which will allow time for group discussion on the previous message. No charge for materials.

CLICK HERE TO SEE CLASSES AVAILABLE FOR WOMEN ONLY

Men’s Bible Study Fellowship

 Every week, men 18 years of age and older come together to study the Bible, learn from one another and be challenged and encouraged to live for something larger than themselves.  A BSF Men’s class offers straight talk and biblical truth built on the foundation of Jesus Christ.  As a class member, you will spend time in personal study of the Scriptures each week.  On class night, you wil join other men in a small-group discussion of the lesson and learn from a teaching leader how the truths of Scriture can be applied to daily life.  You will leave class with comprehensive lesson notes, which teach further on the passage you studied, and lesson questions for the following week.

Watch for more information on start dates for 2022-2023.

Go to bsfinternational.org for more information and to register. 

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For more information or to sign up for a class:

Email swood@kingwoodfirst.org for information on Co-ed and Men’s classes. Email klockett@kingwoodfirst.org for information on studies for Women only.

Kingwood First Baptist Church

3500 Woodland Hills Drive

Kingwood, TX 77339

281-358-4266

 

Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday,
8am – 5pm
Closed Fridays and Saturdays