Adult discipleship studies are a great place to study the Bible, grow in your faith, and get connected with those at Grace. Our hope is that these studies will also equip you to help others grow as disciples of Jesus. Discipleship studies are offered throughout the week for all ages and stages of life.

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Sunday Discipleship Studies

Spring Session
February 18-May 13


Gospel Project: The Promised Land
Teachers: Chris Turner, Steve McKisic, & Jim LaBerge
Room: 254
The Gospel Project is a three year chronological Bible study, looking at God’s plan to rescue His people from sin and death. This semester will begin in Numbers and go through the book of Judges. This part of God’s story covers the entering of the promise land and Israel falling away from God.

Connections: God Glorifying Change
Teachers: Justin Tucker & Others
Room: 253
Have you ever sought change? What has been your motivation to change? What types of sins do we often overlook in our walk with God? This semester, we will search the Bible to learn how we change to become more like Christ, and apply this to the sins we easily tolerate. This class involves table discussions and a good place for visitors!

Missions at Grace
Facilitators: Josh Lansford & Jordan Hendricks
Room: 250
This new class will explore various topics related to our church’s outreach in Nashville and around the world. Our goal each week is to look at a different mission partnership to expose the church to God’s mission in the world, and how we can live on mission. From time to time, we will invite guest speakers to help us understand missions.

February 18 – Come hear how members at Grace are utilizing the English language as a tool to engage refugees and immigrants in our city!

February 25Engaging in Adoption with Bereket Weimer
Adopted at the age of twelve from Africa by an American family, Berekat will join us at Grace to share his story of adoption and how God is leading him back to Africa for the sake of the Gospel.

March 4
Engaging Cross Culturally through Health and Wellness with Rebecca Swift, Amy Richardson, and Kristen Martel
Siloam Health has served the community of Nashville for over twenty-five years and Grace is always excited to partner alongside of this incredible ministry. A panel of Siloam practitioners will join us at Grace to share stories and opportunities to engage.


Fruit of the Spirit
Teachers: Matthew Ladisa & Others
Room: 254
How do we exercise the fruits of the Spirit while battling daily with the fruits of the flesh? This study hopes to give some insight to the sanctification process of the believer.