At Community Bible Church, Life Truth classes serve as the foundation for each owner’s spiritual growth. Our groups allow you to connect with people in a similar season of life for discipleship, instruction, accountability, or bible study. As Christ-followers, it’s important to grow your faith in a smaller group of friends, so we invite you to be part of Life Truth where we offer a variety of classes each fall and spring. Just stop by the front desk and one of our volunteers will help you find a group that’s right for you! Spring classes begin February 2nd, at 11:11 am.

Spring classes run from February until May. Classes this spring included:

The Book of Philippians — A Bible study in which we will walk through the book from the Apostle Paul. This class is for all ages youth and above. It meets in the old sanctuary.

Singleness: A time of challenges and opportunities — The goal of this class is to provide a safe place for conversations about the unique journey of singleness. Topics of interest are the challenges of living life alone, financial struggles, dealing with longing for a mate, online dating, social media and the search for “perfect mate”, career struggles, defining biblical sexuality and navigating a world of sexting, pornography, hook ups and sexual experimentation. The goal is to wrestle with these unique challenges and to pursue a Christian worldview about God’s purpose for singles. The class is open to singles who are college age and older and meets in the conference room this semester.

High School Students – High school youth (9th-12th grade) are invited to join our youth leaders in the glass room for a time of fellowship, Bible study, encouragement, and celebration of Jesus Moments. Come grow in community as we pursue God together! This class meets in the glass room.

Finding Jesus And Encouragement from Moments of Discouragement — “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” Mike Tyson. Sometimes life punches us in the mouth. Again. And again. What do we do when that happens? Give up on the plan? The New Testament epistles were written by people and to people who struggled with the ups and downs of life. We can overcome discouragement by learning what they learned. This class meets in the prayer room.

A new series of classes will be available in the fall semester which will begin in September.