Our Adult Bible Study classes are offered on Sunday mornings from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM between Traditional Worship and Contemporary Worship Services. They provide environments in which adults can gather on our campus to study the Bible and interact with one another.

Currently we offer the following classes:

Collide (35ish - early 40s): Collide is a place to engage with your peers and study various aspects for living a Christian life from both a biblical and practical perspective.  Currently going through Francis Chan's study of Forgotten God - Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit.                                                 
Taught by Don VanSickel in room 321. 

Real Life (Adults of all ages): This class is currently completing the "Boundaries in Marriage" study by Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend. In February, we will be starting Andy Stanley's study called iMarriage.
Taught by Rod & Diana Kane and Steve & Sue Sabaloni in room 323.


Journey (45+): This class is using scripture with practical application and is currently covering six methods we can use to be "witnesses, reconcilers, ambassadors, and disciple-makers."
Currently taught by Jim Lewis and Pastor Don Bertrand in the Chapel Classrooms.

Fresh Start: Dynamic teaching for those who want to renew their walk with Christ. Currently teaching from the Book of Ephesians.
Taught by Pastor Steve Truitt in room 601 (Men's Bldg).

Gold Miners: Growing in love for the Lord through a deeper understanding of God's Word. Currently studying Jesus, the Apostles, and scriptures in their Jewish context.
Taught by Paul Swanson in the CBC Chapel.

Greatest Stories Ever Told: The goal of this class is to research the greatest accounts recorded in the 66 books of the Bible, starting with Creation in Genesis, chapter one. Over the course of the study, the class will examine the lives of the greatest people who ever lived, review the greatest event that ever took place, and delve into the greatest truths ever revealed. Currently in the Book of Joshua.
Taught by Ted Duncan in the Activities Center.