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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!

2022 fall classes run from September 18th until November 20th and go from 11:11 until noon each Sunday morning. Classes this fall will be limited due to the renovations in the classroom space.

Classes this fall, include:

I and II Samuel — Homer Heater will lead this class. David plays an outsized role in the history of Israel. However, his rise to that position did not come easily. First Samuel describes the rise of Samuel (as opposed to Eli’s sons), the prophetic movement, and David. Second Samuel relates the pitfalls of power into which David fell. There is so much practical teaching in these two books. We plan to spend two semesters covering them both. This class will meet in the main sanctuary.

II Peter — As a church, we recently concluded a study through I Peter. This class will follow up with that series as we walk through Peter’s second letter, and his last, before his death. Jesus empowers us, as Christians, to live in His righteousness, even within and through the stresses of life. Through the Holy Spirit, He produces virtuous followers of Christ. Paul Jordan will lead us through some key, and sometimes challenging, passages within this short letter. This class will meet in the glass room.

High School Ladies— Ever since Eve, women have been swallowing Satan’s lies— this study offers fresh insights on the twisted messages about God, guys, appearance, and sexuality that our media-driven culture feeds young women.

High School Men — (Live Smart) This study presents practical tools and biblical advice to high schoolers so they can make the most of their youth. It covers everything from making the right friendships to how to think about education and how to invest in their relationships with God. The habits a person forms when they’re young can last a lifetime–now’s the time to make it count.

  • We will not have a middle school class to offer this semester.