Discipleship

 

It is essential that we grow in our faith. At Cartersville First Baptist we provide discipleship opportunities. Here is our current offerings for discipleship groups that meet at various times. Check back from time to to time as these will be updated. 


Wednesday Night Winter Classes

Begin Jan. 29 @ 6:30

Registration Required for all Wednesday Night Classes. Registration Link found below

 

CFBC Discipleship Foundations

HOW TO STUDY YOUR BIBLE – Co-Ed
Kyle Walker

Many Christians read the Bible, but very few actually study the Bible. Some don’t prioritize the time. Others are intimidated. Some don’t know where to begin. Others have tried, but grew frustrated. Not to worry! You can understand the Bible! All it takes is a little guidance and grit—not to overlook the Holy Spirit who illuminates the Word of God for us! This class will provide the guidance you need to study the Bible for yourself. There is nothing quite like diving into the depths of God’s Word and seeing it come alive. Come learn about the Bible. Come learn how to study the Bible. Come and see how the Bible will change your life!   

 

What We Believe Co-Ed
Bryan Moore - Scott Cullifer

An introductory study on the core beliefs of the Christian faith. This study will help believers to be better prepared to explain and defend their faith to those around them.

 

Sharing Your Faith with Confidence – Co-Ed
Drew Startup

Book - God Has a Wonderful Plan for Your Life: The Myth of the Modern Message (link to order book for FREE - http://store.livingwaters.com)

Overview - Sharing your faith with others can be intimidating for some, but it is a command that Jesus gave to all believers. In this class we will hear stories from people who have learned to share their faith with confidence, and talk about practical ways for you to do the same. 

Additional Studies

Once For All: A study on the book of Hebrews – Women’s Class
Tess Womack

The letter to the Hebrews invites its hearers to consider Christ's once for all sacrifice that established a new and lasting covenant.  Since Christ's work secured our eternal inheritance, followers of Christ are urged to remain steadfast and persevere as they eagerly await His second coming.  Ladies, please join in us for this verse by verse study on the book of Hebrews!

 

The Gospel According to John – Men’s Class
Scott McCormack


As one of the Messiah’s three most trusted disciples, John had intimate access to some of Christ’s most powerful signs and teachings.  After retiring to Ephesus, the aging apostle began to write the first of five books in the Bible which bear his name.  He was aware of the factual nature of the existing synoptic gospels, so John chose to compliment them with a “spiritual gospel” packed with theological riches.  Yet despite his authoritative position in the early church, John left his name completely out of the narrative, referring to himself only as the disciple “whom Jesus loved”.

Join us as we journey through the Gospel According to John, uncovering a high Christology, a passion for evangelism, and a methodical apologetic written “so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” (Jn. 20:31)

 

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For more information, Call our Church Office at 770-382-4994