Welcome to LIFE Ministries

Below are the classes and descriptions offered during the Winter Session of Life Groups. Register for a Life Group by clicking on any of the images, or registration links below!  Registration is encouraged, however, it is not required to attend.  If you have questions regarding the Life Groups offered, please contact Terri Lincoln.

If you are in need of childcare, contact Debbie Schmid for Preschool Age Children, or Donna Steele for Elementary Age Children


January 18th – March 29th

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by Kathy Echols

Cost: $15.00 (workbook)

                                                                                                                                       Located in Modular 1, Room 3

Becoming a Friend of the Faithful God: A Study on Abraham, an ordinary man. Do you feel ordinary, even a little insignificant?  Just like Abraham, God still uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.  Abraham was called “the friend of God.” During this study, you will gain insight from Abraham that will ground your faith, challenge your walk, and give you hope for the future? 

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January 18th – March 29th

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by David Bearden

Cost:  None

                                                                                                                                              Located in Modular 6, Room 2

Next to our salvation, the Bible is one of the greatest gifts that God has given us.  Join us as we look at all that the Bible contains.  In this group, you will learn about every book of the Bible, including who wrote it, when it was written, and what it contains.  We will also look at the contemporary attacks on the Bible and how you can answer these attacks in the day in which we live.

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January 18th – March 22nd

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by Bob McCaughan

Cost:  None

                                                                                                                                             Located in Modular 6, Room 1

This is an introductory level class for anyone interested in providing Biblical counsel to others.  The class will include critical definitions, purpose, process structure, techniques, and counseling strategies based on the Bible.  Bob is a licensed professional and retired Professor of Biblical Counseling.  He has taught counseling courses for lay helpers, seminary students, and licensed professionals for over thirty years.  Join us so that you can learn how to be a help to others.

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January 18th – March 29th

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by Cheryl Garrett

Cost: $15.00 (workbook)

                                                                                                                                            Located in Modular 6, Room 4

Lysa Terkeurst will explore the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Through this interactive, in-depth study, you will learn to trade feelings of emptiness and depletion for a more personal fulfillment from knowing who Jesus is; find freedom in difficult circumstances by training your heart to embrace the life-giving freedom God wants for you; and understand that Jesus not only cares, but He wants to step in and see you through every situation.

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January 18th – March 29th

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by Dr. Wendell Jackson

Cost:  None

                                                                                                                                              Located in the Student & Family Center, Banquet Hall

This study will weave together several perspectives of the Holy Land, an area so vividly at the center of world events today.  In addition to a study of relevant Biblical background, the course will illuminate the secular and contemporary events and issues that affect the land of Israel, including significant archeological discoveries.  During this class, participants will experience a virtual tour of the land of Israel, reinforced with discussions of Biblical significance.

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screen-shot-2016-12-13-at-12-43-09-pmJanuary 18th – February 15th

Wednesday, 6:30PM-7:45PM

Led by David Hand

Cost:  None

                                                                                                                                             Located in the Student & Family Center, Room 202 (upstairs)

For every Christian, God has a specific plan just for you.  This class will help you discover how God has uniquely created you for His purpose.  Explore your Personality, Spiritual Gifts, Abilities, Passion, and Experiences to understand where and how you can be a help to His church and others by serving Him.

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This is a two hour, one night class that will be offered on the following dates:

January 18th, February 8th , March 8th , March 22nd

Wednesday, 5:45PM-7:45PM

Led by Anna Rogers

Cost:  None

Located in Modular 1, Room 2

Every household has more to do than time allows…and finding ways to save money definitely doesn’t fit into the day.  Anna is a wife, a mom, and works full time, so she understands time constraints.  She will share tips and techniques for purchasing items cheap, and even free, by using coupons, rebates and sales.  Also, couponing isn’t just about saving money, it’s about saving so that you can be a blessing by giving to others. 

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This will be a 90 minute, 3 week class, offered at two different times:

January 18th – February 1st – Wednesday, 5:30PM-7:00PM

February 8th – February 22nd – Wednesday, 6:30PM-8:00PM
Please note date changes from printed brochure.

Cost: $20.00 (reference book)

Led by Katherine Trezise, Professional Organizer

Located in Modular 1, Room 1

Do you go from piles of laundry, to piles of toys, to piles of junk mail?  Then this class is for you.  There never seems to be enough time to get organized and stay organized.  During the class you will learn ways to become organized in the busyness of your daily life.

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January 18th – March 15th

Wednesday, 6:30-7:45PM

Led by Nantes and Marianne Barnard

Cost:  $90.00 (FPU membership which includes online access, workbook, money guide, and other resources).

Located in Modular 6, Room 3

Start the New Year with a new plan regarding finances.  In this DVD series, Dave Ramsey, acclaimed and trusted financial advisor, will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future and much more.  No matter where you are regarding debt, you can learn to become debt free…and continue to live a debt free life.  During the class, you will be encouraged, share ideas, and stay motivated.

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This will be a 4 week class, offered during the following dates:

January 18th – February 8th

March 1st – March 22nd

Wednesday, 6:30PM-8:00PM

Led by Todd and Bonnie Espy

Cost:  None

Located in Modular 1, Room 4

Children today are growing up in a world much different than the one their parents grew up in.  They are always on some kind of electronic device – phones, computers, gaming systems – using these as a primary means of communicating and interacting with others.  Parents of this generation need practical tools to communicate and guide their children.  This DVD series, written by Tim Elmore, is designed to help parents understand and engage with their children in more productive ways, as well as, offer help in preparing them for the future.   There will be discussion topics during each class.

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Led by:  John McCormick and Bob Steinke

Monday, 7:00 – 8:00AM

Cost: None

                                                                                                                                                    Located in the Student & Family Center, Room 202 (upstairs)

This class is dedicated to teaching men to become Godly in an ungodly world.  Men will be encouraged to stand up to the challenge God has laid out before them in His Holy Word.  All men are welcome.

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January 29th and February  12th


Led by Ken and Judy Craft

                                                                                                                                              Located in the Student & Family Center

“Under the Gold Dome- 2017”

Sunday, Jan. 29 6-8 P.M.

Guest Speaker: Virginia Galloway, Regional Director for Faith and Freedom Coalition

Each year brings new legislation, some good – some not so good. Come and hear the latest on issues of concern to the faith community and what you can do to be heard. We will cover religious freedom, gambling expansion, drug legalization and more. You will learn the most effective ways to influence public policy, often from the comfort of your home.  Take your Christian citizenship to a new level!  (This class will require 20- 25 to be held).

“Meet Your Legislators”

Sunday, Feb. 12 6-8 P.M.

Legislators in our area will be here so that you have an opportunity to get to know, develop relationships and ask questions of those who represent you at the state house. They will also talk about their legislative priorities. The following legislators will be in attendance: Senator Michael Williams, Rep. Todd Jones, Rep. Sheri Gilligan and Rep. Geoff Duncan. This is a great opportunity to connect with your leaders.

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