ADULT BIBLE CLASSES

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New classes on Sundays at 10:00 AM starting August 4 - December 15. All are welcome to participate!

Discover North Atlanta: Room 110

Learn more about what to expect at the North Atlanta Church in a casual, small group setting. In this class we will explore North Atlanta’s Mission and Vision and the many connection opportunities that are available. You will learn about how the church is organized and have the chance to ask any questions that you may have.
Leaders: Marvin Woodward, Frank and Cheris Baker, Ken Shumard

Starting Point: Room 105 (starts August 18)

This is a conversational environment where you can explore faith and experience community. It’s a safe place to ask questions and to learn about the Bible and Christianity. The class runs on a rotating basis for 8 weeks, after which participants will get help transitioning into and building connections in another North Atlanta Bible Class.
Facilitators: Cody and Karen Wilson

Special Focus Studies

Special Focus Studies are life stage or life experience specific studies.

ANCHOR Groups: Meets in the Gym and Atrium

Gender specific, Christ-centered, Bible study for people in open drug and alcohol recovery.
Facilitators: Michael Prather, Cindy Lawrence, and the ANCHOR team

Seniors: Room 101 - The Movement of the Spirit

Our culture encourages us to live under the belief that, if we could just have more or better – more money, more free time, a newer car, a bigger house, finer clothes, the latest Nikes, a better job, better circumstances – we would finally be happy.  We all know somewhere in our heart of hearts that this societal message is not true, but we find this powerful delusion almost irresistible. 

In this study of Philippians we will explore seven truths – seven secrets of contentment – that the Apostle Paul learned enabling him to say, “I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.” And, as we learn these truths, we too will be able to affirm that we have finally learned to be content.
Teacher: Tom Heinselman

Latino: Salon 109 - Mateo 4:19 “…. Y los hare pescadores de hombres”

¿Qué significa ser pescadores de hombres ¿Tiene este pasaje que ver con la gran comisión? La mayoría del mundo cristiano ha omitido esta llamamiento que Jesús le hizo a un grupo de gente que luego los llamo “sus discípulos”. ¿Esta usted en este grupo? Descubra en este otoño como convertirse en pescadores de hombres y cambie sus vida para siempre. Profesor: Nelson Galarraga
Profesor: Nelson Galarraga

Catalyst (College-age): Room 111

Learning how to navigate life and advance the gospel of Grace together. Leaning on one another for support,
encouragement, and hope.  
Teachers: Derek McClardy and Teaching Team

Young Families: Room 112 - Surprise The World

Faith isn’t an act, a single choice, or just a belief system. Faith is a habit. The five missional habits in Surprise the World will reenergize you, replenish your reserves, and connect you to Jesus. This 7-week class aims to help us become more generous, hospitable, Spirit-led, Christlike, and will hopefully increasingly help see ourselves as a sent one on mission for God right where we are.
Teacher: Adan Paa

Young Adults: Room 115 - Surprise The World

Faith isn’t an act, a single choice, or just a belief system. Faith is a habit. The five missional habits in Surprise the World will reenergize you, replenish your reserves, and connect you to Jesus. This 7-week class aims to help us become more generous, hospitable, Spirit-led, Christlike, and will hopefully increasingly help see ourselves as a sent one on mission for God right where we are.
Teacher: Nolan Huber

Multigenerational Bible Classes

Multigenerational Bible Classes are open to all adults

Breaking Free: Room 103 (Reaching Higher—Women’s Bible Study)

This is a class of sharing and connecting. Ladies of all ages sit in a circle and hash out real life issues. The study this season is entitled “Breaking Free.” We will gain strength for our own journey by looking into Isaiah 64 and drawing parallels between the captive Israelites and the spiritual strongholds in our own lives. Beth Moore says this is her life message. No other study has affected me personally more than this one. (from April) Captivity is defined as anything that hinders the abundant and effective Spirit-filled life God has planned for you No matter what life stage you're in or struggles you're going through, if where you are isn't where you want to be, don't stay there. Break free. Facilitator: April Hawthorne


A Biblical Study of Friendship: Room 106

The Ancient Greek and Roman philosophers believed friendship was a gift of the gods, unmatched in importance to the good life. But when Christ came, he changed friendship, and through friendship changed the world. Christ taught the secret of true friendship—the kind of friendship that changes individuals, communities and nations. The kind of friendship Jesus taught and modeled promises unity, support, understanding, companionship and genuine love. This class will study the promise, potential, and process of biblical friendship.
Teacher: Don McLaughlin and Teaching Team

A Study of the Apostle Paul’s letter from Prison: Room 108

Paul’s two-year Roman incarceration (Acts 28:17-31) produced three great letters to the churches of Ephesus, Philippi, and Colosse, as well as a personal letter to his friend Philemon. The goal of these lessons will be to dive deeply into these letters to determine how Paul’s messages to those churches apply to us today.
Teachers: Bennie Harris and Sandra Mackey