Wednesday Night Life

Wednesday Night Life

Wednesday Night Life is what we call our mid-week evening of fellowship and discipleship for every member of the family. Adults can choose to attend a class or serve in the choir or orchestra. Students and preteens meet for worship and teaching. Children and preschoolers learn songs and do missions activities. Most classes are one hour and begin at 6:30pm. Children's and students activities generally start at 6:15pm.

Don't forget dinner! Everyone is invited to our Fellowship Meal. Each week a local restaurant provides an affordable meal before our classes begin. Come to the Gym between 4:45 -6:15pm. We would love to meet you.

Online registration for Wednesday Night Life classes has closed. For information on the classes still open, please contact the Church Office, 205.985.7295 during business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm.
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Atheists and Agnostics: Their Beliefs and How to Prove that God Exists

What presuppositions/beliefs do Atheists and Agnostics hold to? Are Atheism/Agnosticism faith based Worldviews or science based Worldviews? How do you respond when someone tells you, “I don’t believe in God”? How do you use an Atheist’s denial of absolute truth to your advantage? What is an irrefutable way to prove that God exists to an Atheist? How do you answer the most popular questions of an Atheist? I will be answering all those questions, and in doing so I will explain an argument for the existence of God that is powerful, conclusive, and has no true rebuttal. As such, it is an irrefutable argument. I encourage you to come to this class in order to be equipped to lovingly challenge their beliefs and share the hope of the gospel with them. Feel free to bring an atheistic or agnostic friend with you.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Brady Tarr
Resource: The Ultimate Proof of Creation - Highly Recommended (not required)

The Early Church: What is it and why does it matter for us today?

What did Christianity look like in the centuries following the New Testament? What mattered to these early Christians? How did they worship? What theological and political battles did they face? Should Baptists today study the theological works of these early Christians? This class will introduce you to the history and theology of the early church and consider its significance for Baptists today.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leaders: Dr. Carl Beckwith, Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity
               Dr. Mark DeVine, Associate Professor of Divinity at Beeson Divinity
Contact: Kerry Jones

Eldercare CLASS FULL

This course focuses on caring for aging parents. Topics of discussion include: defining the situation, seeing their side, lifestyle changes and loss of independence, medical care, legal issues, levels of care, in case of emergency, caregiver issues, end of life issues and more.
The course will be taught by Barry Daniel, Hunter Street’s Minister of Senior and Pastoral Care with assistance from local professionals in the health care, legal and geriatric fields. This course will assist those who care for elderly family members and would be helpful to anyone who would like to make informed decisions about preparation for his or her own care in later years.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Barry Daniel
Cost:$5 for notebook in class
Class is FULL

Feasts of the Bible

Ever wondered about the significance of the Feasts written about in the Old Testament? This in-depth look at the feasts will show how God’s redemptive plan is unveiled as they point to Christ and his fulfillment of these ancient feasts and holidays. In addition, they illustrate the roots of Christianity and help explain history and symbolism in the Old Testament.

Time: 6:15-7:30
Leader: Thalia Freeman
Cost: $10 for Participant Guide and Feasts of the Bible chart

God Owns It All: Finding Contentment and Confidence in Your Finances

We live in one of the wealthiest nations in the history of the world. So why do we experience so much discontentment in our finances? This study will tackle the money question we all ask: How much is enough? The answer is found in God’s Word. The biblically based principles you will learn will equip you to approach money management and financial planning with freedom, generosity, contentment, and confidence. By applying these biblical truths your finances can be ordered, your decisions can be simplified, and your experience will lead to contentment in all areas of your life.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Morrell Dodd
Cost:$13 for workbook in class (Available in class)

Grief Share for Women (12 Weeks)

This class is a DVD study designed to help women of all ages cope with their grief following the death of a loved one. Women will experience Christ-like love and compassion in a safe environment as they learn biblical truths and practical ways to work through the pain and confusion associated with grieving. Class members will benefit from the support received from this caring group of people as they walk one of life’s most difficult paths.

Time: 6:00-7:30
Leaders: Anita Sparks and Doshia Bennett
Contact: Kelly Parker
Cost: $15 workbook (Available in class)
Optional:$12 for devotional (Available in class)

The Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ: A Study of the Parallel Gospels

Jesus Christ is the focal point of all history. He is the fulfillment of Old Testament hopes; He is the source of New Testament revelation and expectation. He is all in all. In this study, we will use the four gospels, side-by-side in parallel, to survey the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. We will consider the synoptic gospels and the gospel of John verse by verse from the viewpoint and theology of each writer. The harmony of the message of the four gospel writers rises from the pages when they are viewed as a unit. We will discuss similarities, and we will discuss differences. Most important, we will bask in the power of the gospel and glory in Jesus Christ as God Incarnate

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Tommye Lambert

The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto (Women’s Study) CLASS FULL

In this in-depth study of the Lord’s Prayer you will rediscover its power, beauty, and life-changing impact. This class will walk through one of the most powerful prayers in the Bible that was taught by Jesus to his own disciples. This study will allow you to learn from Christ himself how to unleash the power and discipline of prayer.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Lesa Gibson
Contact: Lesa Gibson
Resource: $8 for The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down by by Albert Mohler
Class is FULL

Ready to Launch: Jesus-Centered Parenting in a Child-Centered World

Most people start out with great intentions for parenting their kids-especially in the area of spiritual development-only to discover that life with kids is anything but a formula. Once you are immersed in the messiness of life, you realize that our best plans and pre-fabricated answers are not enough. Ready to Launch is a video series done by J.D. and Veronica Greear based on Psalm 127. It will provide biblical guidance on topics such as discipline, prioritizing time, balancing a schedule, the importance of church as a second family, and preparing your kids to leave home and carry out the mission of God.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leaders: Royce and Jennifer Collins
Contact: Kerry Jones
$12 for Study Book (Available in class)

Six Ways God Speaks to Us in the Old Testament

If you are like most Christians, you struggle to make sense of the Old Testament or to comprehend how it is relevant to you today. Yet Jesus, the apostles and early Christians quoted liberally from the Old Testament. Since Jesus proclaimed that the Old Testament is the word of God, the Scriptures that "bear witness" to him, we dare not fail to attempt to understand its message to us today. The goal of this class will be to examine six ways God speaks to you today in the Old Testament, specifically we will be listening to God's written voice as he speaks in (1) the history of his people, (2) the public religious observances of his people, (3) the prayers and praise of his people, (4) the great preachers he sent to his people, (5) wisdom for daily life and (6) revealing himself and his purposes for his people. These six topics will give you an overview of the entire Old Testament and bring its' relevance for all Christians into clearer focus.

Time: 6:30-7:30
Leader: Bryan Lynch
Contact: Kerry Jones
Resource: 6 Ways The Old Testament Speaks Today by Alec Motyer (Optional)

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