- Phone: (615) 373-1782
- Mailing Address: 409 Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN 37027
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This class will explore how women can learn to let go of the need for perfection in order to live the rich life that God intends for us. Using scripture, wisdom from author and speaker, Brene Brown, and our shared discussions, we will learn to trust in God’s unconditional love for us.
Jesus followers are called to extend forgiveness, but the deep wounds we carry can make this a messy, complicated, and difficult journey. Together we will explore what forgiveness is, what is isn't, and why it matters. Through teaching, spiritual disciplines, discussion, and bearing witness, we will be formed into people who can follow God's call to forgive and thus live more fully into God's kingdom.
Merri Collins | Duane Dixon | Mallory Wyckoff
This class provides a variety of speakers on topics regarding emotional, behavioral and mental well-being. The purpose is to increase understanding of self and others, educate about selected key issues and inform about the range of available resources and how to access them. Check out the syllabus to see each Sunday's topics and speakers.
Terry Casey | Mike Runcie
Is life beautiful? Awesome? Eventful? Fantastic? Joyful? YES. We need the ekklesia to be with us during these moments! Is life hard? Difficult? Sad at times? Depressing at times? Bumpy? YES. We need the ekklesia during these moments, too. We hope this class will springboard us into relationships with our peers that will last a lifetime!
Chad & Sara Boyd | Lincoln & Pam Coggin
Imagine a church where people served in such a way where they never experienced burnout. What would it look like if you could align your passions and gifts with the mission of bringing God’s Kingdom to earth as it is in heaven? Join us as we consider how the greatest giver of all can use us and our unique gifts in furthering His plan for creation.
DeeAnna Carney | Kent Hoggatt | Eric Livingston
Join us as we study and discuss what biblical manhood looks like in the 21st Century. What can we learn from Peter, Saul, King David, Nehemiah, Paul, Daniel, and Nathan? What can we learn from each other? We think a lot!
Pat Bennett | Josh Graves
Jesus loved a good parable. Those stories are rich with wisdom that still speak truth to us today. But parables can be found in stories all around us. Join us as we look at narratives from Jesus and from all over our world that reveal truth about God.
Patrick Chappell | Brad Crisler | Steven Ramsey
For Parents of Children ages 2-8: Do your children think they have the toughest parents on earth, but their grandparents describe you as permissive? Do you find parenting books present inconsistent messages? Do you wrestle with the Biblical admonitions to "use the rod" but "provoke not your children to wrath"? This class will discuss expectations, techniques, styles, and scripture as we try to raise our children to the full glory of God. Hopefully, you will develop more confidence and peace in your parenting choices and enjoy increased community with others who are on the same walk.
Gail Srygley | Amy Welch
Romans is a life-giving, confusing, and important book of Scripture that has too often been known by the church through soundbites and proof-texts. In this class, we will do our best to read this book closely so that it might challenge us, inspire us, and ultimately shape us to more fully love God and love our neighbors.
George Goldman | Josh Strahan
Everyone has a story. Whether it includes tragic events, profound loss, or lack of faith, we all face storms. (If you haven't faced one yet, you can be sure one is brewing.) Class discussions, studying God's Word, and prayer for guidance are all a part of this class. Come join us as we help each other weather our storms by looking to God, the One who is mighty to save!
Frank Bennett | Bill Chance | Don Portell | Ed Rucker
The Holy Spirit has many roles in our lives. Among them is this: "If by the Spirit we are putting to death the deeds of the flesh we shall live." The focus this semester is how to practically engage the Holy Spirit in changing our lives, overcoming pain and other issues, and finding new life in intimate relationship with God.
Mike & Jeannie Cagle | Andy Reese