Discipleship Classes

FBCN regularly offers discipleship classes to help our members and guests grow deeper in their faith. Typically, we offer a 12-16 week Fall and Spring session. 

NEW Discipleship Studies

Wednesday, Jan. 18th @ 6:00 pm

  • Side by side

    By edward t. welch

    Practical Guidance for Loving Others Well. Everyone needs help from time to time, especially in the midst of painful circumstances and difficult trials. In this study you will find practical guidance when it comes to walking alongside hurting people.

    Written out of the conviction that friends are the best helpers, this accessible introduction to biblical counseling will equip believers to share their burdens with one another through gentle words of wisdom and kind acts of love. This book is written for those eager to see God use ordinary relationships and conversations between ordinary Christians to work extraordinary miracles in the lives of his people.


    Facilitated by: Russ Jones

  • Not a fan

    by kyle idleman

    This study will lead you to consider the demands and rewards of being a true disciple--moving from fan to follower in your relationship with Jesus.  Fans want to be close enough to Jesus to get all the benefits, but not so close that it requires sacrifice, while followers are all in and completely committed to Christ. Not a Fan gives you the tools you need to determine exactly where you stand when it comes to your relationship with Jesus and how to move forward. Jesus never asked us to sit on the sidelines and cheer for His cause, He called us to follow Him.

    NOTE: Following this 8 week study we will be studying "The Radical Disciple" by John Stott

    Facilitated by: Pastor Gordon

  • Knowing god

    by j.i. packer

    Stemming from Packer's profound theological knowledge, Knowing God brings together two important facets of the Christian faith― knowing about God and also knowing God through the context of a close relationship with the person of Jesus Christ. Written in an engaging and practical tone, this thought-provoking work seeks to transform and enrich the Christian understanding of God.

    Explaining both who God is and how we can relate to him, Packer divides his book into three sections: The first directs our attention to how and why we know God, the second to the attributes of God and the third to the benefits enjoyed by a those who know him intimately. 

    NOTE: Following this 8 week study we will be studying "Desiring God  by John Piper

    Facilitated by: Pastor Tim

  • Living faith

    by Kristi gant

    Some of the hardest times to live by faith are when God places us on an unexpected path in life.  When we walk these unexpected paths, it is not unusual to experience difficulties beyond the situation itself. We might find it difficult to feel connected to family, friends, or members of our church. We might experience frightening feelings of spiritual dryness and isolation. We might even struggle with difficult (but important) questions about God and His work in our lives. Using the examples of faithful living (and the work of our ever-faithful God), this inductive study of Hebrews 11 encourages believers today to persevere with their eyes fixed on Christ no matter what their paths may hold.

    Facilitated by: Debbie Cooper / Tina Recla

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