Victory Life Classes & Groups

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Sundays 9:30 AM

Tclase Biblica En Español
Edificio en la Capilla Chapel
Maestros: Carlos Suárez, Yavet Morales y Héctor Acevedo
El poder de nuestras palabras puede hacer mucho más de lo que imaginamos. Y como Dios puede bendecir su vida a través de las palabras que usted y yo hablamos. Basados en el libro del Pastor Robert Morris “El poder de sus palabras”, estaremos explorando a través de la Biblia cuán importante tienen nuestras palabras. “El temor” cuan importante es y beneficioso es nuestro diario vivir cristiano. Nuestra formación al temor nos puede llevar a una vida fructífera como la falta del temor a una vida de fracaso. Te esperamos a compartir estos y otros temas en tu idioma en español. “Del fruto de la boca del hombre se llenará su vientre; Se saciará del producto de sus labios.” Proverbios 18:20 (RVR 1995)

Faithful Followers
FLC Room 116
Teachers: Paul & Karen Wallace
This class alternates between the study of the New Testament and Old Testament. A discussion format is used, with an emphasis on relating Biblical truths to everyday life. Many of the class members are actively involved in different church ministries, outreaches, and missions trips. We also have small groups meeting in members’ homes, which allows for the building and strengthening of relationships. All ages welcome.

Mezzanine Room 4
Teachers: Bobby & Leesha Whitfield
“Walking in the Word” is an exciting class that appeals to all ages; both couples and singles. We use the truth of God’s Word to explore relevant topics facing Christians today. Among these are relationship issues, practical application to Spiritual truths, and answers to everyday problems. Join us as we grow in the Lord and enjoy great fellowship each Sunday morning. All ages welcome.

Women of Grace
Mezzanine Room 3
Teacher: Tammy Harris
We will be studying Switch on Your Brain by Dr. Caroline Leaf. “Do you ever feel like your brain has just been “switched off?” Have you ever felt discouraged, unfocused, or overwhelmed? Are there unhealthy patterns in your life or your family that you just can’t seem to break? A thought may seem harmless, but if it becomes toxic, it can become physically, emotionally, or spiritually dangerous. Your mind can be renewed, toxic thoughts and emotions can be swept away, and your brain really can be “switched on.’ Uncover how your thoughts can actually start to improve every area of your life – your relationships, your health, and even your success.’ Dr. Caroline Leaf is a cognitive neuroscientist with a PhD in Communication Pathology. Study guide/journal is $10.

Living By Faith
Mezzanine Room 5
Teachers: Frank & Sonji Kendrick
So I am a Christian. Now what? How do I live victoriously? This class covers the fundamentals of living by faith and how it translates into every day action. Whether you are dealing with finances, family, health, business, friendships, or stress and anxiety; there is wisdom in the Word of God for living by faith. This class is open to both singles and couples and is designed to foster fun and open discussion in an interactive learning environment among a diverse group of believers.

Our Christian Heritage
Mezzanine Room 8
Teacher: Dr. Doug & Sandy Roth
Need a better understanding of the Old Testament? Join us in a comprehensive and chronological Old Testament survey study. Our goal is to help you understand God’s story as it seamlessly reveals His redemptive plan and His promised Messiah. We are intentional about discipleship, and have created an atmosphere where discussion and friendships are nurtured and celebrated! All are welcome.


Sundays 10:45 AM


Good News
Teacher: Esther Haas
We have great fellowship, and inspiring discussion, while growing in our faith through Radiant Life studies. This fall, we will be studying The Compassion of Jesus: Luke and The Holy Trinity. To begin, this Unit 1 study approaches the Gospel of Luke in a unique way, focusing on several great accounts illustrating the compassion of Jesus. Unit 2 covers the discussions and opinions about who God is, what He is like, and what He expects of us. With so many points of view—many of them coming from skeptics and unbelievers— it is critical we have a biblical understanding of God through the fundamental doctrine of the Trinity. You will discover powerful truths to inspire action in daily life! All ages welcome.

FLC 107
Teachers: Jim Grasse & Bill Davis
We have great fellowship, and inspiring discussion, while growing in our faith through Radiant Life studies. This winter, we will be studying The Kings of Judah. Unit 1 study covers pride, and how it can bring down even a king and the challenge and benefit of remaining humble. In Unit 2, we will study the Christian Family. These lessons will examine what Scripture teaches about the family and how to live in harmony. You will discover powerful truths to inspire action in daily life! All ages welcome.

Prayer Room
Teachers: Mike & Charlotte Fiddelke
If you are looking for a Sunday school class that offers Bible study, lively group discussion, in-home socials, and friendship that moves past the superficial, this may be the class for you. This session, we will study I Samuel and II Samuel. Our goal is to grow spiritually, and make a difference for Christ in our sphere of influence. If you think Bible study is boring, we invite you to visit us, and find out how relevant and exciting God’s Word is. All ages welcome.

Mezzanine Room 8
Teacher: Richard Cooke
The class will continue our study in Genesis using verse by verse exposition and class discussions. Whether you like to enter into lively discussion, or simply like taking it in, you are invited to join us. If you’re looking for fellowship, we also gather periodically at local restaurants following class. Good folks and good times every week. Donuts and coffee, too! We’re at the top of the East hall stairs; first room on the left. It’s worth the climb! All are welcome.

FLC Room 116
Teacher: Dr. Michael VanDoren
Each week, this class offers in-depth Bible instruction, while making everyday life application, along with creative discussion. We also support, encourage, and pray for one another. We stay connected through monthly gatherings, newsletters, emails with updates, and prayer requests. Come join us, as we study the epistles of Peter, James, and John. Peter and John were part of the inner circle of Jesus’ apostles, and James was his brother. If you could sit down and interview 3 of the people who knew Jesus best, what would they tell you? It’s in these epistles. Subjects range from Christology, to everyday, godly living, to the end of the age and the eschaton. Interesting stuff every Christian should know. All ages welcome!

Mezzanine Room 1
Teacher: Dr. Edgar Lee 
“Ephesians & Colossians: Spiritual Wisdom & Power” is the study for our winter quarter. What do Paul’s letters from prison say about God’s eternal purposes in Christ, and about our lives in the changing and challenging here and now? Studying the Bible together, we nurture the “Fellowship of the Holy Spirit” in warm relationships with each other. Our class includes lively hymns and choruses, praise reports and prayer requests, spirited discussions, weekly email communications, and regular socials. Refreshments too! Open to All ages.

Teachers: Larry Dobbs & Dr. Sherrie Nickell-Johnson
We will be equipping you with the life skills necessary to be more effective on life’s journey. You’ll get powerful, Bible based, real-life presentations, providing the essentials to thrive in every area, and every season of life. You’ll also learn the proven people-skills necessary for enjoying more fulfilling relationships…both personal and professional.


Wednesdays 6:30 PM


Mezzanine Room 4 
Facilitators: John Ringleb, Loni Castillo, & Tricia Emigh
Everyone gets angry – whether it is directed inward, or vented on another. An unhealthy approach to anger is harmful to you and your relationships. This support group will work through understanding the difference, and will include regular speakers on sources of anger and paths to healing. This group is good for anyone, as it clarifies our personal boundaries, and the lies we believe about ourselves and others, while focusing on hope and healing in Christ. Registration is $25 and includes all materials.

Mezzanine Room 2 
Facilitators: Todd & Carla Sitte
Divorce hurts – DivorceCare helps. Join with others who are facing the pain of separation and divorce, to find help, support, and hope for your future. You are welcome to come on any week, as each session covers a single topic for healing. Registration is $15, and includes all materials.

Hospitality Suite
Facilitators: Charlotte Fiddelke, Sue Kirth, & Jim McMillan
GriefShare is a special place for people to interact with others who are also grieving the loss of someone close, led by people who know what you feel.Each session includes a video seminar, discussion, and prayer. As each session is a separate topic for healing, you are welcome to start any week. Registration is $15, and includes all materials.

FIT-4-LIFE – Natural Health Class 
Portable 1
Facilitator: Flora Price
Fit-4-Life is a class that covers natural health topics to keep people focused on looking, and feeling better, through proper nutrition and healthy lifestyle.

Teachers: Dennis Harrison, Tom Rutherford, Stuart Harrell, Mike Fiddelke,
Craig Roth, Troy Smith, & Gary Gunn
In HONORBOUND, you will find fellowship, new friends, support, and encouragement. You also will find men you can rely on for godly counsel who have experienced the difficult challenges you may be going through, and a group of men who will pray with you. Opportunities also exist to join other men for many outreaches in the community.

Mezzanine Room 8
Teachers: Jade Bryant, Rachel McGee, Cherie Sheldon, & Karen Wallace
This winter, we will start with the study Stronger: Finding Hope in Fragile Places by Angela Thomas-Pharr. Through biblical teaching, and real life application, this study teaches that believers do not have to live in weakness. God is stronger than every struggle you will ever face. This study will guide women into biblical truth through exposition and story, so they live confident, transformed, Christ-radiating lives marked by His strength. We will follow up with Priscilla Shirer’s study, Making Room for the Sabbath. Study book is $13.

Portable 21
Teacher: Rick Oswalt 
Come join us as we begin a new study Going Public With Your Faith: by William Carr Peel and Walt Larimore. We are called to share our faith everywhere we are; at home, at our workplace, everywhere we go, there are opportunities to be an influence for Christ. We often hesitate as we are not sure how to start or what to say. This study will help you share your faith in different ways and different circumstances simply and effectively. You can have an eternal impact one life at a time.

Portable 23 – Meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays each month
Leaders: Pauline Brown-Simmons
Become the speaker and leader you want to be. Develop your ability to share your testimony or give a message. This Christian-based class will show you how to listen effectively, think on your feet, speak confidently, and learn leadership skills in a safe, encouraging environment.

Location: Mezzanine Room 7
Facilitator: Susan Given 
Whether you have had difficult relationships in the past or present, learn how to relate to the most important people in your life, and how to respond to them with godly wisdom. Focusing on difficult and abusive relationships, this class is designed to bring hope and healing through your walk with Christ. Book is $13.

Mezzanine Room 5
Facilitator: Dr. Jeremy Cummings
Sadness, stress, and anxiety may sometimes make it challenging to live an abundant life. This program teaches practical skills for managing painful emotions and will be led by Dr. Jeremy Cummings, who is an Assistant Professor at Southeastern University. Abundant Life is part of a study to learn about effective ways to teach these skills in churches. Participants will be asked to complete questionnaires at the beginning and end of the program. Registration and participant workbooks are free. This study has been approved by the Southeastern University Institutional Review Board.

Prayer Room
Teacher: D’Ann Brown-Jirovec
We will embrace the beginning and growth of the New Testament church and the initial fulfillment of the Great Commission. By the end of this 10-week session, you will be able to say what the primary subject of each of the 28 chapters is about. The Bible will be our text book. All ages welcome.

RECOVERY FOR LIFE (Christian 12 Step Recovery Program) 
Mezzanine Room 1
Facilitator: Libbie Combee
The goal is simple; to confront addiction and recover what’s been lost. Whether you have lost hope, love, a marriage, your freedom, all your money, integrity, character, or any number of other valuables, this group will help you understand what led you to the loss, and how to recover from it through the life-giving power of Jesus Christ. Don’t let life-controlling addictions steal from you any longer. Come and join us as we navigate the path to freedom. Registration is $5 for the workbook. Life Recovery Bibles will not be required, but will be available for purchase at $25.