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
November 19-February 11
Gospel Project: God Delivers (Exodus & Deuteronomy)
Teachers: Chris Turner, Steve McKisic, & Jim LaBerge
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, we will explore how God has rescued and redeemed his people, and how God requires they live through the giving of the law.
Connections: Lessons from History
Teachers: Daniel Patterson, Taylor Combs, & Michael Kelley
As a church, we have many doctrines we cherish and consider to be very important to our faith. Many of these doctrines were defended and pursued during a time in our history known as the Reformation 500 years ago. What lessons can we learn form this time in history? Why was this time in history so important for our growth in Christ? This study will explore the Reformation, and lessons we learned form this time in history.
Equipped to Engage: Worldview & Cross Cultural Evangelism
Teachers: Josh Lansford
During these Equipped to Engage modules, you will explore the world’s major belief systems and develop a language of discipleship so that you may be better understand your neighbor, co-worker, friend, or family member, and learn to have fluent Gospel conversations with the nations in Nashville.
(Women’s Study) Leah and Rachel: The Tale of Two Sisters
Teachers: Janine Mann
Join us as we learn from an Old Testament story with present day applications for all women. We’ll observe two women compete and complain, desire and be driven, confirming that, in the end, the true prize is the legacy of Christ himself. Do you struggle with faith in difficult relationships? Are you more like Leah or Rachel? And what about Dinah, the only daughter? God has much to show us, drawing us closer to himself as we explore this Biblical story.
The Cross of Christ
Teachers: Keith Knell, Matthew Ladisa, & David Churchill
At the cross, we find the majesty and love of God disclosed, and the sin and bondage of the world exposed. More than a study of the atonement, this study brings Scripture into living dialogue with Christian theology and the twentieth century. What emerges is a pattern for Christian life and worship, hope and mission.