Equip Classes

Winter/Spring 2019

Becoming a Disciple Who Makes Disciples: What Does That Look Like? | Led by Rick Adams

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Jan. 16 – April 24 | F-104 F

Discover what it means to be a disciple of Christ who inhales and exhales the gospel and makes disciples who do the same. Understand how Christ called and changed a group of people into his disciples. Study the characteristics of discipleship that enable us to want more than a mediocre Christian life and become radically committed disciples of Christ. Resource study notebooks: $10

Share Jesus Without Fear | Led by Rev. Jerry Morris

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Jan 16 – 30 | F-110 A
Learn how to share your faith in a natural, nonthreatening manner that eliminates the pressure, arguments and fear of failure. Discover simple questions that can be used in everyday conversations to share the gospel with family, friends, neighbors or co-workers.

Hebrews: The Nearness of King Jesus (Women’s Study) | Led by Cindy O’Brien

Wednesday, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Jan. 16 – Feb. 27 | F-104 B
Discover and experience just how supreme, compassionate and loving Jesus is, regardless of our culture or circumstances. Author Lisa Harper shares out of the book of Hebrews how Christ is accessible and our up-close Redeemer who longs to draw near to us. Study Book: $15

Raising Highly Capable Kids | Led by Rev. Larry Dan Melton & Rod Caddy

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Jan. 16 – April 24 | F-104 C
Why is it that the most important job in the world – being a parent – doesn’t come with a training manual? Raising kids isn’t easy, and most of us struggle through the process. Our goal is to equip parents with helpful insights and tools to assist them to raise kids who are healthy, caring and responsible. RHCK will help you give your children a fighting chance to combat the negative influences that inundate them daily. Workbook: $15

Jesus in the Spring Biblical Feasts | Led by Evangelist Messianic Rabbi Jack Zimmerman with Jewish Voice Ministries

Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 25-26, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | Annex Building
What have been termed “Jewish festivals” are actually God’s festivals and “appointments,” according to Leviticus 23:2. The festivals are appointments that God has set for meeting with Him. Discover how Jesus fulfills the Passover and the feasts of Unleavened Bread and Firstfruits. Understand how the Spring Feasts point to Yeshua and reveal the redemptive plan of God. Discover the feasts have everything to do with Messiah Yeshua as the Firstfruit and ultimate Passover Lamb.

Experience God – Knowing & Doing the Will of God (Women’s Study)

Ladies Bible Study : “ Experience God – Knowing & Doing the Will  of God”  -  Led by Elaine Hughes & Karen Brodie

Tuesdays, 10 am – noon -  January 15 – February 26  |  Annex Building

Note: Continuation of fall study, but new participants are encouraged to join in Jan/Feb study series

Revised and expanded edition of a classic best seller. Examine biblical and contemporary illustrations to understand and apply seven realities of developing an obedient love relationship with God. Discover and experience how God is always at work to reveal His will and how you can join in His activity.   Workbook: $20

Pathways to Adoption Class | Led by Krista Stotler

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | F-115
Session One: Jan. 23 – Feb. 13 | Session Two: April 3 – May 1

Discover God’s heart for the orphan along with the realities and channels of foster care and adoption. Understand the processes and challenges from developing a financial plan, how to select an agency, preparing your family and home and what to expect after your child comes home.
See website for specific details: www.fielder.org/pathways

F.A.C.E. Time (Foster Adoption Conversation Exchange)

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | F-115
Come join us in a coffeehouse-type setting to talk casually about adoption and foster care. Ask questions, seek advice and relax as you seek wisdom from seasoned experts.
See website for specific dates: www.fielder.org/fosteradopt

Fielder Foster Care & Adoption Education Opportunities

Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8 p.m. | F-125
Foster care orientation and training | Trauma-informed care training | Psychotropic medication training | CPR | Reporting suspected abuse or neglect of a child | Medical consent training for caregivers | Need for normalcy
See website for dates, details and weekly topics: www.fielder.org/fosteradopt

For more information or to preregister, contact GroupLife, 817.459.8513 | grouplife@fielder.org

Child care is available for Wednesday evening courses by advance registration.