Sunday Mornings at 10:10a.
Adult Classes are designed to help you:
1. Learn about a Biblical truth
2. Begin developing relationships with a broader group of people at FBG.
3. Provide an on-ramp to building relationships to get into an FBG small group.
All of our Adult Classes are eight weeks long and meet on Sunday mornings at 10:10am. You can join a class at any time. Take a look at the list below for the current Adult Classes and where to register for each one. If you have questions, please contact our Formations Pastor, Curt Sparkman, at .
Discover FBG (August class)
Are you looking to learn more about FBG and how to get connected? Discover FBG is a class about why we exist, our core beliefs, what it means to be a part of this church, how you can get involved, and more about yourself and how God has wired you to serve. Classes are held each month on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays at 10:10a.
Room: E2.107 | Register Here for August
- Discover Who We Are (first Sunday)
- Discover Community (second Sunday)
- Discover A Place to Serve (third Sunday)
- Discover Membership (fourth Sunday)
- *No class on the fifth Sunday.
Please contact our church office at (512) 869.2586 with questions!
Treasuring God’s Word in Your Heart
Scripture memory is a discipline that provides fuel for the spirit to empower the life of a believer. This class will focus on memorizing key passages of scripture that will empower your Christian life.
Teacher: Rick Peralez | Room E1.208/210 | Register Here
Unraveling Our Hypocrisy: A Study Through the Book of Jonah - (now meeting in Room E1.216)
Jonah was a prophet of the Lord, yet when God called him to deliver a message that could change a nation of his enemies, Jonah decided he no longer wanted to listen to and follow the Lord. In this study we will look at Jonah's response to the Lord and the Lord's response to Jonah's hypocrisy and how we all must confront our own hypocrisy to live out the gospel.
Teacher: Curt Sparkman | Room: E1.216 | Register Here
Overcoming Practical Challenges: A Study of the Book of James
We will see a biblical approach to addressing such issues as Foolishness, Temptation, Partiality or Prejudice, Legalism, Abusive/Improper Language, Bitterness, Submission, and Greed.
Teachers: Denice Brown, Terry Land | Room: E2.201/203 | Register Here
The Wisdom Series - Part 2
A continued study of Ecclesiastes, Job, and Proverbs where we will apply Old Testament biblical wisdom to a modern society.
Teachers: Chris and Kristy Schmitz | Room: E1.201/202/204 | Register Here
Confidence in Christ
Life and death are real, and all people are in one state or the other. In First John, the apostle John gave believers ways to know with certainty that they know Christ. Come explore five tests we can apply to our lives that confirm that our fellowship with God is real.
Teacher: Richard and Ann Norton, Georgia Hensley | Room: E2.102 | Register Here
A Study of the Book of Job
Why do righteous people suffer?
Teacher: Larry Maddox | Room: E2.103/105 | Register Here
The Gospel of Mark Part 2
We will continue to take a look at the life and ministry of Jesus through the Book of Mark.
Teacher: Ed Rogers | Room: E2.109/111 | Register Here
A Church God Desires
Live Unashamed. Churches stand strong in their communities as the believers in those churches stand strong.
Teachers: Harry Sundberg, Terry Goodman | Room: E2.207 | Register Here
Faith Tested: A Study of the Book of Job
What are we to do when trials come that test our faith? In this class, we will take a look at how Job walked through his own challenges and came out the other side with his faith intact.
Teacher: Marvin Waley | Room: Parlor | Register Here
The Book of Ephesians - (now meeting in Rooms E1.205/206/207)
Has it ever dawned on you that nothing has ever dawned on God? He knew before the world began that His people would face hardship, so He gave us His Word. The Book of Ephesians is a survival manual—it equips believers to thrive in a world that hates the message of Jesus Christ. Paul the Apostle writes to encourage believers to live well—we've been lifted from the graveyard of sin and called to shout the gospel into the darkened world.
Teacher: Travis Rehberg | Room: E1.205/206/207 | Register Here
When Your Faith is Tested: A Study of the Book of Job
What are we to do when trials come that test our faith? In this class we will take a look at how Job walked through his own challenges and came out the other side with his faith intact.
Teacher: Blake Hamilton | Room: E2.209/211 | Register Here
Solomon: No Ordinary Kind of Wisdom
A study of 1 & 2 Chronicles. Solomon did not ask God for wealth, possessions, and honor. He asked God for wisdom and knowledge. What do you ask God for?
Teachers: Jim Hougnon, Pat Grizzle, Gary Halbert, Park Temple, Jim Fisher
Room: Music Room (behind stage in Worship Center) | Register Here
The Parables of Jesus
This study will cover the Pharisee & Tax Collector (Luke 18), The Sower (Mark 4), Unmerciful Servant (Matthew 18), Rich Fool (Luke 12), Great Banquet (Luke 14), Builder and the King (Luke 14), The Talents (Matthew 25) and Worker in the Vineyard (Matthew 20).
Teacher: John Brattlof | Room: E1:218/219 | Register Here