EQUIP FHBC adult discipleship classes are designed to offer a comprehensive Biblical foundation with a focus of helping believers live a life of gospel-centered mission and purpose.

Equip FHBC: Outlined

Fall 2022 Class Offerings
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Introducing Christian Ethics
Led by Jeff Vann – PhD in Apologetics/Islamic, Southwestern Seminary
Wednesdays beginning August 17
6-7:15pm  |  C101  |  $10

Answer the question, “What does the whole Bible teach us about which acts, attitudes, and personal character traits receive God’s approval, and which do not?” This study is an attempt to collect and synthesize the teaching of all the relevant Bible passages about ethical topic and then apply that teaching wisely to various life situations.

Facilitating Life Change Through Adult Bible Teaching
Led by Jeff Bowden and Morlee Maynard – Doctor of Educational Ministry, New Orleans Seminary (Both) 
Wednesdays beginning August 17
6-7:15pm  |  A200  |  $25

Scripture is full of complex passages written to ancient cultures vastly different from ours. For such reasons, teaching the Bible to students today can be incredibly difficult. If Bible teachers want to connect with students, capture the heart of each verse, and unleash the transforming power of God’s Word, they must get creative. This course is the perfect resource for anyone enthusiastic about teaching God’s Word whether you are new or veteran to teaching the Bible.

Missional Living
Led by Chad Mize – Master of Divinity, Beeson Divinity School 
Wednesdays beginning August 17
6-7:15pm  |  Chapel |  $35

Course participants will explore where they fit in the Mission of God, will be refreshed in their understanding of the Gospel, and will learn and practice culturally-nuanced approaches to sharing the Gospel. This course will benefit maturing believers as well as those that are new in their faith! 

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Introducing The New Testament
Led by Matt Longworth – Master of Divinity, Southern Seminary
Wednesdays beginning August 17
6-7:15pm  |  C203  |  $10
Zoom option available at fhbc.org/EquipNT

This study focuses on historical questions dealing with authorship, date, sources, purpose, and destination of the New Testament books. By focusing on the essentials, the authors ensure that each book is accurately understood within its historical settings. For each New Testament document, the authors also provide a summary of that book’s content and discuss the book’s theological contribution to the overall canon. 

Spiritual Disciplines
Led by Andi Hauk – Master of Theological Studies, Southern Seminary 
Wednesdays beginning August 17
6-7:15pm  |  C202  |  $10

Spiritual disciplines are those practices found in Scripture that promote spiritual growth among believers in the gospel of Jesus Christ. In the course, we will survey a number of practices for spiritual growth and the pursue of holiness. 

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