Complacency Exposed

Sundays, 5:30 p.m.

(begins January 8)

Malachi ministered in perhaps the most difficult period of his nation’s history—a time of waiting for God’s promises to be fulfilled. Many people doubted that God cared or would act on their behalf. They had grown indifferent toward God and unfaithful in their covenant relationships with one another.

To counter his people’s growing complacency and to call them to repentance and renewed faithfulness, Malachi used a series of searching questions, incredulous answers, and clinching arguments.

His messages drew clear and compelling contrasts between God’s faithfulness and their unfaithfulness, between God’s love and their apathy, between God’s unchanging purposes and their doubt.

This  Study is important because many believers today have become apathetic and complacent in their walk with God. God’s Word through Malachi continues to call His people to faithfulness and obedience in response to who God is and what He has done. As we wait for the second coming of Christ, we too must live in light of the nature of God as revealed through Christ and fulfill the expectations of a relationship with Him.



          newtestamentNew Testament Survey: A Continuation

Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Raymon Leake, facilitator

(resumes January 11)


                         The Gospel of Romans
                      John Hicks, facilitator
                    Wednesdays, 6:15 p.m.                    pauls-letter-to-the-romans

(begins January 18)

The Book of Romans is one of the most profound books in existence; it is certainly one of the most valued parts of the Holy Scriptures. It has been appropriately termed the Cathedral of the Christian faith. Its profound theology and impressive style were reason enough for it to be assigned the first place among the Pauline epistles. Join us as we take an in depth look at this fascinating book!


ephesiansThe Book of Ephesians
Men’s Study

Mondays, 12:00 noon

Fred Porter, facilitator

(begins January 18)




Sundays, 4:00 p.m.
Tommy Hurtt, facilitator

(begins February 12)

Can you be unbalanced financially and still be a devoted follower of Christ? What does it even mean to be financially balanced?

In this 6-part series, you’ll be challenged to examine what you really believe about finances and faith:

• What does the Bible say about money?
• Can you survive without debt?
• Are you content with what you have?
• Are you giving God your leftovers?

This series is filled with insightful perspectives and practical exercises to build a biblical foundation for your finances.


A Ladies’ Study


Tuesdays – 9:00 a.m.
Cornelia Laird, facilitator
(begins January 24)



                                                                          Sundays – 4:00 p.m.
Janet Berg, facilitator
(begins February 12)


We were never meant to take this journey of faith alone or in secret. God has entrusted us with the great and mighty gift of the gospel, something too precious and life-giving to keep to ourselves.

In this 6-session Bible study, Beth will encourage you to guard what God has entrusted to you, further His kingdom by sharing Christ with others, and pour into future generations just as Paul once mentored Timothy. Because in this journey of joy and hardship, we need each other to stay the course and live lives of faithfulness.