Current Discipleship Classes


Knowing the Bible – Philippians

February 5- April 29 | Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Room F307

The book of Philippians challenges Christians to remember their true identity as citizens of God’s kingdom, especially when faced with difficult circumstances and painful trials. This guide explains the biblical text with clarity and passion, helping us grasp the apostle Paul’s gospel-centered exhortation to endurance and encouraging us to joyfully imitate Christ in the midst of hardship. Join our women as they explore the book of Philippians together

The Bible’s Answers to Big Questions: A Topical Study of Important Beliefs

February 5-April 29 | Wednesdays | 6:30pm | Fellowship Hall

It is important for us at LFBC to know what we believe. To that end, our new discipleship class on Wednesday nights, starting in February, is a study that answers the question, “What does the whole Bible teach us today?” about certain topics. For this semester the topics will include the following:

  • The Word of God
  • The Existence & Attributes of God
  • Creation
  • God’s Providence
  • Sin
  • The Person and Work of Christ.

These are foundational topics to who we are as Christians and vital for a healthy walk with Jesus. Please come and join us for this important and exciting journey as we find “the Bible’s answers to Big Questions.”

Special Studies in God’s Word: A chronological study of God’s story for teens and adults with Developmental Disabilities

Wednesdays beginning February 5th | 6:30pm | Room J91

This study is intended to help individuals understand God’s plan through history for us to have a loving relationship with Him. 
Caregivers and family members are welcome to stay and learn with us or attend another Wednesday night class on campus.
For individuals with personal care or behavior needs, we ask that someone attend with the individual.

If you have questions about any of our discipleship classes, please contact the church office by email at or by phone at 770-921-1220