FBCM offers an hour of excellent Bible teaching with classes for all ages from birth through senior adults utilizing various types of curriculum and teaching styles. A list of classes with their room numbers and teachers is available here. If you would like assistance in deciding on a class or finding its location, please contact Charles Ballard at email@example.com or ask one of our greeters on Sunday morning when you arrive at the church.
The following groups will be offered to adults starting on Wednesday, January 10. Please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 865-982-5531 for more information.
The Baptist Identity: Four Fragile Freedoms - Led by Pastor Bill Booth in Room AM107 (next to Church Office). Author Walter Shurden examines the meaning of being Baptist by chiseling a Baptist profile and identifying freedoms commonly found in Baptist sermons, addresses, and confessions of faith. These topics will also be the subject of Sunday sermons this winter.
The World's Greatest Book, The Story of How the Bible Came to Be - Led by Charles Ballard in the Craft Room (2nd Floor of the Family Life Center) - Adventure-filled narrative untangles the intriguing web of people and events that shaped history's most powerful book. From the earliest oral traditions to ink on parchment and ultimately the printing press, this is the story behind the best-selling book of all time.
Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University - Led by Mike and Lori BIshop in the Learning Center (Above the Breezeway). Take Control of Your Money. Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson money class that teaches step-by-step how to create a budget, pay off debt, spend wisely, and save for the future. Study requires the purchase of materials.
That the World May Know, A Ray Vander Laan Study - Led by Joe Hall in FL207 (upstairs in the Family Life Center) - A trip to ancient times, places, and customs with trusted scholar Ray Vader Laan as our guide. Filmed in Egypt, Turkey, and Greece, these videos explore what it meant to follow Jesus in the first century-and what it means to follow Him today.