Adult Bible Fellowship meets from 9:00 to 10:10 a.m. on Sundays and precedes our 10:30 a.m. worship service. It’s about seeing all adults in every stage of life grow in their walk with Christ and each other.
Adult Bible Fellowship (ABF)
ABF meets from 9:00–10:10 a.m. on Sundays and precedes our 10:30 a.m. worship service.
Abundant Family Living
(Jon Sikes) Room 412
A group discussion of biblical truths covering books of the Bible or topics of interest. We are currently going verse-by-verse through the Book of Colossians.
Hope from the Scriptures
(Rocky Hails & David Carrico) Room 407
The Seven Churches of the Book of Revelation
Were the messages to the churches early in the book of Revelation written only for those literal churches; or were these exhortations to churches in all ages of the Church; or, do these churches symbolize the entire history of the Church on earth? We will come together to submit our study to seeing personal application and the person and work of Christ. Get connected with folks who are “well-pleased to impart to you not only the Gospel of God, but their very lives also.”
The Potter’s Clay
(Todd Jackson & Asir “Jeba” Jebaraj) The House, Room 201
In 1 Samuel 13:14 God calls David “a man after his own heart.” Like all mankind, David wasn’t perfect, but because of his faith he truly was special in the eyes of the Lord. Please join us for this character study on the life of David. We will explore some of the main events and lessons in David’s life and how his decisions affected his relationships with his family, friends, those he was entrusted to serve and most importantly with God–life lessons that are still applicable for us today.
Salt and Light
(Dennis McGee & Chip McWilliams) Room 416
We are doing a 13-week overview of the Bible using Dave Dawson’s material. The review will help us see the common threads throughout Scripture revealing one over-arching story: After man rebelled against God, God continues to demonstrate His love toward man by setting a redemptive plan in motion that unfolds throughout history. God desires to fellowship with man, and we explore the many ways He reveals Himself to us through promises, judges, prophets, and ultimately through His Son.
The Senior Adult Class
(Don Duncan) Room 106
Our class is currently studying the Book of 1 John. We thank God for walking with us through this life and remember God’s faithfulness to us in the past. The joy He brings us today by studying the truth of His Word along with His ever-abiding presence truly gives us hope for the days ahead. Join us for in-depth Bible study, application and fellowship.
The Global Class
(Mike & Leann McGee and Sam Kirui) Room 410
A unique class for those seeking the truth of God’s Word and those who are believers in Jesus Christ desiring to dig deeper into the Bible. The class is made up of people from around the world, including some from other religions and Americans who enjoy bringing their international friends. This is a safe and friendly environment for all ages.
(Pierson Whittington) Café
This group of young adults living real life together seeks to study the Bible for the purpose of knowing more of who Jesus is and searching for the biblical response to everyday life. We meet with the Student Ministry on Sunday mornings at 9:15 in the Chapel to worship in song and then break off to dig into God’s Word.
The Launch Class
(Greg & Tracy Rader and Rich & Kathy Smith) Room 415
We’re studying how to build a solid foundation for life based on the truth of God’s Word. Whether you are “launching” alone or as a nearly/newly married couple, join us as together we seek to strengthen our faith, our love, our hope and the spiritual disciplines that will be needed for a lifetime of walking with Christ. We also meet at 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Sundays of every month at the Rader Ranch (10300 NW 122nd) for dinner and relationship-oriented studies and discussions.
(Jim & Sherry Jackson) Room 405
“Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labor in vain” Psalm 127:1. This class is for young marrieds beginning their family and with toddler and preschool children. Although God is Sovereign in every area of our lives, He has given us responsibilities to carry out according to His plans. HomeBuilders’ aim is to understand and work with God as He unfolds His plans, building our lives, marriages and families.
(Kevin & Amy Brown and Jeff & Molly Plangman), Room 420
Journey with us as we walk through life together applying the truths of God’s Word to the daily challenges we face. We are currently doing the series Story Thru the Bible. For centuries, people have passed on their heritage and history through storytelling. In Story Thru the Bible, you will learn an easy hands-on approach to oral teaching that engages the listener while sharing a biblical worldview.
(Ike & Peggy Burress, Jermal & Ceretta Bridges, Marty & Jan Brown) Room 401
Primarily for 40-somethings with children in the Bridge (pre-teen). The Apostle Paul exhorted Christians that as they had been walking so as to please God, to “excel still more.” That thought will guide us as we search the Scriptures to continue the next steps in our walk with God personally, with our families, and in our work and church.
(Kim Rothaus) Room 103
So much of our confusion and pain results because we don’t truly know God—who He really is and how He works in our lives. But we can know God more fully and gain power to stand strong! We invite you to join us as we gain knowledge of the Lord by studying His names—Creator, Healer, Protector, Provider, and many others—to find strength for times of trial, comfort for pain, and provision for our soul’s deepest needs. Our walk with God will be transformed!
Women of The Word
(Rike Carleton, Carol Cutler, Judy Johnson & Peggy Wynn) Room 107
W.O.W. is a group of women who desire to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are women of all ages and backgrounds discovering God’s truth, laying hold of His promises, and learning how to apply them to our daily lives. We have sweet fellowship each week as we share our requests, interact with one another during the teaching time, and spend time in prayer. We invite you to come and share your life with us each week.
Bob Peck’s Difference Makers
(Clyde Ross) Room 104
When the hurricane winds of adversity strike suddenly and relentlessly, when you are blindsided by forces that knock you off your feet and leave you stunned and bewildered, will your anchor hold? Join us in this study written by Charles Stanley, Standing Strong—How To Storm-Proof Your Life with God’s Timeless Truths.
(Rocky Hails, Eric Schrock, Greg Rader & Dennis McGee Room 401
Faith: What Are You Hoping For?
“We are all value-oriented beings. We point ourselves towards whatever we love most. That thing, person, or circumstance will control your heart and, in turn, dictate your words and actions. Jesus calls that thing our treasure” ~Paul David Tripp. Setting our hearts on the right treasure, basing our actions on the right understanding, all this proceeds from understanding “faith.”
Women—Seamless, by Angie Smith
(Karen Cowan) Room 416; January 10-April 18
Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. You will gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of the Bible. Books are available through Lifeway; sign-up is in the Commons. Contact Karen Cowan with questions 405-751-2464.
Share & Prayer
(Marty Brown) Room 415
The church at Corinth assembled together in smaller informal groups (normally in someone’s house) for the purpose of mutual edification. A small group of adults experience this “house church” model as they open the Word of God to share what He is saying. Those who attend have found it a rich source of encouragement from the Scriptures spoken through one another and the blessing of praying for (and being prayed for by) one another.
The Way of the Master
Heritage House, 6:30 p.m.
Beginning April 13
This group’s goal is to inspire and equip Christians—to teach them how to share the gospel simply, effectively, biblically—the way Jesus did. We meet in the Heritage house at 6:30 p.m. for two Fridays a month for four months. For more information contact Jeremy Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday Men’s Prayer Group in Yukon
Every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. men gather for lunch, fellowship and encouragement at the Interurban in Yukon (11316 W. Reno Avenue). Contact Pastor Jim: jim@delightinGod.org.
Home Groups meet on various days.
Jesus’ mission is to make disciples; His method of making disciples was spending time with a few to build a lasting relationship with them. They came to know Him as their Lord and learned to follow Him in every area of their lives. The early church patterned themselves after Jesus’ method and met in their homes for the very same reason. At Heritage, this is our aim at what a Home Group is to become—to implement Jesus’ method of building relationships so others can come to know Jesus as their Lord and then grow together in following Him in His mission to make disciples of all nations.
Contact Pastor Jim Jackson with questions or for more information jim@delightinGod.org.