Summer 2019 Sunday Morning Classes

Classes will meet June 2 through June 30, break for the July series by Leading The Way, and resume August 4 through 25 (unless otherwise indicated).

First Look

John Horton and Greg Smith
Room 201-203

Our church family at Apostles is passionate about reaching the lost and equipping the Saints. We would love for you to join us on this mission!

Our two-week First Look class is an opportunity to learn more about Apostles, learn about your spiritual gifts and discover the many growth, fellowship and ministry opportunities available to you. We also offer an optional church tour.

While you are not obligated to join, completing First Look is required for church membership.

The next First Look Class will begin Sunday, August 4, at 9:00 a.m.

For information, contact Jo Fuller at 404-564-6673 or jfuller@apostles.org.

Family Ministries Class

Kevin Cuthbertson
Room 620-623

The Family Ministries class is designed for families of every age, from newlyweds without kids to grandparents. Our hope for this time is that we will mature as husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, and that God would use those who have walked before us to now walk beside us. Breakfast will be provided at 8:45 a.m., and class will begin at 9:15 a.m.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kevin Cuthbertson at kcuthbertson@apostles.org.

The Book of Ephesians

Tom Taylor and Roger Hill
Room 237

We will study the book of Ephesians to learn of the rich blessings that God the Father has in store for us and how they empower us to walk holy and blameless lives.
The class will have times of sharing and getting to know others at Apostles as well as energetic Bible Study.

Elijah—Spiritual Stamina

(Women’s Community • Starting June 9)

Laurie Graffo
Room 616

In this study grounded in 1 and 2 Kings, we will examine the life of the prophet Elijah, an ordinary man who did extraordinary things for God in the midst of the highs and lows of life. We’ll learn some of the spiritual stamina secrets that helped him to hold on and persevere in faith, including practical habits related to making decisions, caring for the soul, accepting his circumstances, mentoring, and finishing well—which was his ultimate legacy. Whether we’re currently in a mountaintop season where we’re experiencing God’s power and blessing, a valley season where we feel like running away, or somewhere in between, Elijah’s life will inspire us to go the distance in the life of faith.

Hope and Healing Presented By Congregational Care

Each class will be taught by a member of the Congregational Care Team:
Rand Eberhard, Jeanine Dungan, Beth Geary, Stan Carder and Brian Maxwell

Room 244

1. Suffering and Hope
2. Overcoming Anxiety – Depression – Addiction
3. Confession and Forgiveness
4. Holding the Truth in the midst of Darkness
5. Marriage Yoked in Christ
6. The Redemptive Work of Jesus Christ
7. Humility – The Attractional Nature of Christ in You
8. Inner Healing – Deep Appropriation of the Gospel
9. Missional Living
Life as we know it is not only difficult but is often unmanageable. The presenting issues that plague the condition of our hearts include unrealistic expectations, disappointment, inferiority/competition, tragedy, suffering and much more. How can we be faithful to the love of Christ – receiving it and extending it when we get so bogged down? As believers we aren’t to be burdened by the mysteries of God, but rather we are invited into His redemptive plan for His church. Join us as we journey together into the Lord’s heart finding hope and healing together.

Operation Timothy

Mike Slaughter and Brandon Guntor
Room 242

Operation Timothy is an intentional Bible study used to make disciples just as Jesus commanded in Matthew 28:19 “go into all the world and make disciples.”
The name Operation Timothy comes from the relationship the Apostle Paul had with a young man named Timothy.

“…and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.”
II Timothy 2:2

It is more than a curriculum or set of lessons. This is about helping a new or younger believer grow spiritually in the context of a life-on-life relationship.
Join us on Sunday mornings in June.

Thrive: A Mid-Singles Community
(35 and above)

Danny Castellano and Brad Ost
Room 613

Thrive is a mid-singles class working through the Bible. Right now, we’re in the book of Esther and sharing our lives in community. We’d love to have you come along with us as we seek to grow toward the Lord and each other in a warm and welcoming setting. Come and thrive in our community.