Focus Studies are short-term classes or support groups that take a closer look at God’s Word as it relates to a specific book of the Bible or topic to help us grow in Jesus. They give us the chance to explore these topics or books together over a specific time, from a few weeks to a whole semester. To register for a Focus Study, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page.


Fall 2023 Focus Studies

Sex Talks, God's Way: A Parent's Guide to Training Your Kids


Sex Talks, God’s Way will equip parents in training their children about God’s design for sex. This Focus Study will provide you with the confidence to engage our children’s hearts with God’s Truth.

This study will meet on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm, September 27, October 4 & 11, in Room B304. Led by Rob and Shawn Grubb.


Battling Pornography

This Focus Study is for men who want to be equipped to come alongside other brothers who are battling pornography as well as men who are currently struggling.

This study will meet on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm, September 20, 27, October 4, 11, 18, & 25 in Room C124. Led by Spencer Sutton.



Moneywise helps you develop biblical and practical money management skills.  The five-session study includes 1) Living with an Eternal Perspective and Stewardship, 2) Developing a Spending Plan, 3) Developing a Lifestyle of Generosity, 4) Managing Debt, and 5) Starting to Save.

Starting September 20 at 6:30p for six weeks in L112.  Led by Ethan Pope.  Cost is $20/family.  REGISTER HERE  


Biblical Spiritual Disciplines for Real People (A Special Focus Study Conference)

Our special guest, Dr. Don Whitney will walk us through two practices that can help us take next steps to deepen our relationship with the Lord and to grow in Christlikeness. On Friday evening, we'll delve into praying the Bible, and on Saturday, we'll look at how to meditate on Scripture.

This two-day conference will meet October 6-7 in the Worship Center. Led by Dr. Don Whitney, author and professor.



Evangelism in the Real World

Learn how to influence for Christ and talk about the gospel in real life.

This study will meet on Wednesdays, October 18, 25, and November 1, at 6:30pm in Room C112. Led by Jay Gordon.


Vocation in the Grand Story of Scripture

God created each of us for the purpose of playing a unique role in His grand story. In Ephesians 2:10, Paul says we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them. Thus, every Christian employee has been created by God, gifted by God, and called by God to play a unique role in God’s plan. These good works will include customer interactions, working with fellow employees of your company, and works to bring hope to the world. It’s a stirring thought to think that God created each one of us, gifted us, and called us to play a particular role in changing the world from your unique place of employment. Each of us was created for this grander story!

This study will meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00am, October 22, 29, and Nov. 5 in Room B313. Led by Darin White.


Everyday Rhythms: Opportunities on Mission Here and Now

Take a deep dive into gospel communities on mission as found in the book of 1 Peter.

This study will meet on Wednesday nights at 6:30pm, October 25, November 1, 8, & 15, in Room B304. Led by Chip Bugnar and John Butterfield.


DivorceCare Support Group

This thirteen-week course is designed to help adults heal from the pain of divorce and separation. Using video teaching and group discussion, this class has been a huge turning point for people walking the road of divorce recovery. If you walked through a divorce recently or many years ago, this group can help you heal from those hurts in a biblical and gentle way. For more details and to register, please visit

Meetings are each Wednesday night at 6:30pm from August 16-November 15 in Room C125. Led by Greg and Jennifer Fronk, and Lance Scardino.


GriefShare Support Group

This thirteen-week support group is designed to help individuals deal with their grief in a community. This group is led by those who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult season. Each meeting features a 30-minute video followed by group discussion, so group members can talk about the video and how they are dealing with the loss of their loved one. Visit for more information and to register.  Childcare is not provided.

Meetings are Sunday afternoons at 3:00pm in Room C122 beginning August 20. Led by Tim and Linda Flowers.