Winter/Spring 2022 Sunday Morning Classes

Winter/Spring classes meet from 9:00–10:15 a.m.

Classes start January 9 (unless indicated otherwise)

NOTE: If you already registered for the class in the Fall, you do not need to register again.

If you would like to get connected in fellowship with other believers to study the Word of God and pray, please register for a class below. For more information, please contact
Rhonda Saduddin at rsaduddin@apostles.org.

First Look Class

Mike Slaughter
The Commons
In-Person Only

Our First Look class is designed to help you better understand the mission of The Church of The Apostles. We want you to know who we are, why we are here and where we are going in the years ahead. For those who are considering membership or simply want to learn more about our church, we want you to know what it means to belong to our family.

Our leadership team looks forward to meeting you and sharing how the Lord is using the ministry to make a difference throughout Atlanta and beyond.

Please see the website for details on upcoming classes. For information, contact Holly Copeland at hcopeland@apostles.org or 404-564-6688.

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Breakthrough Living – The Prison Epistles: Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon

James Pool
Room 242
In-Person or Online

Breakthrough Living is an extraordinary group of maturing Christians who love the Lord, love His Word, and love each other. We continue to study the New Testament in the order it was likely written. We will deep dive into the Prison Epistles: Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon.

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Family Connection

Jeff Falkowski
Room 620-623
In-Person Only

Life can be fast, hectic, and sometimes overwhelming. In such environments, it is absolutely essential to nurture your soul for the good of your home intentionally. To this end, plan on meeting up with the Family Connection class to strengthen the core of your life, marriage, and family. We will explore the rock-solid resources in God’s Word together while sharing with each other in community. Here, we will look at the Scripture to process how living out the Gospel impacts the quality of our daily lives. Come gather with others and learn how to develop healthy God-centered rhythms so that we can live the way Christ intends. Visit this class. Make it your weekly habit. You will be glad you did.

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Family Foundations

John Whitney
Room 612
In-Person or Online

Family Foundations is comprised largely of married couples with children of all ages. The group strives to build a faith-based foundation for developing and strengthening our families and church family bonds by studying God’s Word in a sharing and participatory environment.

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Jesus Christ: The Promised One of God

Roger Hill
Room 237 ABCD
In-Person Only

All professionals think, express, and desire different outcomes from one another. An attorney thinks differently from an accountant who uses a different vocabulary than a preacher or a medical doctor. Luke, identified by Paul as the “beloved physician,” is no different.

Luke’s desired outcome is for us to see Jesus Christ, the Promised One of God as the Perfect Man, the Son of Man, through whom salvation is available to both Jew and Gentile alike.

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Jonah and Hosea: Mercy of the Crucified and Risen Christ

Baker Smith and Huck Whitener
Room 234
In-Person or Online

The mercy of God, His withholding of the punishment we deserve, is the theme of Jonah and Hosea. Jesus repeatedly quoted the Lord’s words in Hosea: “I desire mercy, not sacrifice,” adding that He “came not to call the righteous, but sinners.” As an expression of repentance, Jonah is traditionally read on the Jewish Day of Atonement, including Jonah’s words, “Salvation belongs to the Lord!” Historically, the Day of Atonement culminated in a sacrifice at the temple in Jerusalem followed by the high priest’s statement, “It is finished!” Jesus prophesied His sacrificial death and resurrection saying, “Just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so will the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.” Jesus also stated that the Gentiles to whom Jonah had preached and who had repented, the people of Nineveh, would join the other righteous believers, both Jews and Gentiles, who “rise at the judgment.” Please join us for this exciting study as you strengthen your confidence and assurance of victory in Christ.

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Man’s Identity in God – Men’s Group

Bruce Cerbone
Room 203
In-Person Only

Our biggest challenge as men is understanding who we are and our purpose. When we begin to understand that our identity and purpose are directly tied to God, we are free to be who he has designed us to be. King David was “a man after God’s own heart,” yet he was incredibly flawed just like us. In his journey with the Lord, David knew exactly who he was and his purpose. David gave his heart to God and God in turn made him the greatest King of Israel and the head of the family line of the Messiah, Jesus.

Join us as we study the life of David and how God can use us as he did David, despite our flaws, to find our purpose and identity in Him. We will be using “David: A Man of Passion and Destiny” by Chuck Swindoll as a resource and guide. Come join us as we take biblical principles and implement them into our daily lives.

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Psalms From The Top Down

Lee Holston
Room 243
In-Person or Online

In this class, we will look at the Father’s character and His ways as revealed through the Psalms.

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S.A.L.T. (Single Adults Living in Truth 40 and above)

Mike Glass
Room 617
In-Person Only

Whether you’re new to Apostles or just looking to connect with our Singles community, this gathering is for you. Join with other mid-singles, ages 40 and above, to build friendships and grow in grace. As a single adult, it can be hard to both find and build meaningful community within the church. Each week we seek to build up our community of singles as we look at key passages in the Bible to help us practically live out our faith together. Additionally, we have round table interaction along with practical biblical teaching to help everyone understand how to live out the gospel in our work, family, and friendships.

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The Book of Revelation

Andrew Bradley
Room 201-202
In-Person or Online

To many people, the book of Revelation is mysterious and confusing. Join us for an in-depth study of the book of Revelation. We will begin with the background of the book followed by an interactive verse by verse study. Much is revealed about Christ in the book of Revelation. We will examine topics like Christ’s message to the Seven Churches of Asia, The Judgment, Tribulation, Second Coming, Millennial, and the Eternal State. In studying Revelation, we desire not only to increase our understanding of who Christ is but learn to increase our hope in Him.

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The Epistle of 2 Corinthians

Monte Johnson
Room 611
In-Person or Online

We will continue our study of the “Life and Letters of Paul,” following the timeline as outlined in the Book of Acts. At this point in our study, Paul is on his 3rd missionary journey, has just left Ephesus, and is traveling in and around Macedonia. Here, he writes the 2nd letter to the Church of Corinth, which is where we will continue this semester.

Join us as we discover the truths Paul writes to the Church at Corinth relevant to both the 1st Century and for all who have followed. In addition to the truths and related applications, we will see the vulnerability of Paul as he shares transparently with the believers and friends in Corinth!

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The Epistle of Colossians

Jimmy Goolsby
Room 229 A,B,C
In-Person or Online

Colossians—an in-depth verse-by-verse study of Paul’s epistle that focuses on the Supremacy and Sufficiency of Jesus Christ our Lord.

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Romans: The Gospel of God and How to Live in Christ

Tom Taylor
Room 244
In-Person or Online

We will study the Book of Romans together, focusing on the Gospel of God and what it means in our everyday lives to live in Christ.

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

Brad Ost
Room 615
In-Person or Online

Thrive is a mid-singles class working through the Bible 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.

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Was America Established As A Christian Nation, And Does It Remain One Today?

Bobby Mitchell, Sr.
Room 239
In-Person or Online

This class is based on the application of God’s word to today’s culture. What are the challenges and the call on our lives?
What is the role of revivals and awakenings? Will God bless us again, or is this the end times? Join us for this challenging study!

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Women’s Group – The Gospel of Luke

Tonja Brice, Laurie Graffo, and Sherrie Rodriguez
Room 607-610
In-Person Only

The Gospel of Luke gives us a beautiful portrait of our compassionate Savior, Jesus Christ. The book covers the life of Jesus and all He began to do and to teach until the day he was taken up to heaven. Luke’s portrayal of Jesus reveals the love and mercy of Christ to all people – no matter their station in life. Join us as we explore key insights that can be shared with everyone we encounter.

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