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Discipleship Training Lessons

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January 2024

1 Samuel

Minor Prophets

II Corinthians

Summer Class: Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today's Culture

Jude Lessons 1-2

Jude Lessons 3-4

Jude Lessons 5-11

Jude Lessons 12-16


August 2023

 1 Corinthians  Facilitator  Peyton Rhone Book Bible


First Corinthians is one of the apostle Paul’s letters to a first-century church in ancient Corinth. This letter is one of many epistles written to local churches that were growing and wrestling with what it means to be faithful communities of Christ’s followers. This letter addresses a fundamental and ongoing issue for any local church: How does the gospel unite God’s people in humility and love? At the heart of this book is the reality of the cross and resurrection. Paul admonishes this church to return to the logic and pattern of the gospel, so that pride is replaced with servant-hearted love and unity.

The memory verse for this course is 1 Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”


Ezekiel Facilitator Terry Brown Book Bible

Ezekiel Synopsis:

We sometimes find ourselves in a predicament and then asking, “Where is God?” while waiting in silence for the answer. This is the situation facing Ezekiel and his fellow exiles in Babylon. The book of Ezekiel reminds us to seek out the Lord in those dark times when we feel lost, to examine our own lives, and to align ourselves with the one true God. Again and again, through visions, prophecy, parable, and even street theater, Ezekiel calls God’s people to face up to the truth about themselves and get a clearer understanding of God. “Where is God?,” Ezekiel provides the answer: God is with his people, a sanctuary for them in exile in the present age, the source of life in the midst of death, and, in the age to come, the temple in which God will dwell with his people forever.


Spiritual Formation Facilitator Cynthia McCrary Book Spiritual Disciplines For the Christian Life Donald S. Whitney


Spiritual Formation is the process by which God forms believers into the image of Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. This transformation into the image of Christ will be experienced through the study of 9 Spiritual disciplines. 

  • The Spiritual Disciplines for the Purpose of Godliness

  • Bible Intake

  • Prayer

  • Worship

  • Evangelism

  • Serving

  • Stewardship

  • Fasting

  • Silence and Solitude

  • Learning

In this study we will examine both personal and interpersonal disciplines. By illustrating why, the disciplines are important, showing how each one will help you grow in godliness, and offering practical suggestions for cultivating them on a long-term basis. This study will guide us in developing practices derived from the Gospels, taking us deeper into the Gospel of Jesus and moving us toward more advanced levels of Christianity. 

Spiritual Formation

Spiritual Disciplines Chapter 1-3

Spiritual Disciplines 4-9

Spiritual Disciplines 10-13


Experiencing God

Experiencing God Chapter 7 Day 1-5

Experiencing God Chapter 8

Experiencing God Chapter 9

Experiencing God Chapter 10

Experiencing God Chapter 11 & 12

August 2022

Book of Hebrews

The Book of Hebrews: Facilitator Yvette Crosby:


The epistle of the Hebrews is a study in contrast between the imperfect and incomplete provisions of the Old Covenant given under Moses and the infinitely better provision of the New Covenant offered by the perfect High Priest, God’s only Son and Messiah Jesus Christ. In this better provision we find hope, testament, promise, sacrifice, substance, country and resurrection. Christ, as the perfect sacrifice over the inadequate sacrifices of Jews; Christ, superior as the High Priest, Prophet and King to all who came before Him. Hebrews has a timeless application and it helps us understand the entire scope of redemptive history, encourages the reader to remember God’s provision for a perfect priest and sacrifice in Christ to free those under the law and how Christ fulfilled it all. All believers now have direct access to God and may approach God’s throne boldly without fear.

The Book of Daniel

The Book of Daniel: Facilitator Terry Brown:

The book of Daniel is a favorite for teachers and students alike. And for good reason. It has all the makings a great story—memorable characters, cliff-hanger drama, and science fiction–like visions. In this class we will uncover that the story of Daniel is about the story of God and his victory in the world. For God is the sovereign Lord of history, the one who establishes kingdoms and brings them down. From the opening chapter and the story of Daniel’s exile to Babylon, to the closing chapter and its vision of the future, we see how God achieves his victory in the world.


Is God A Moral Monster

Is God A Moral Monster: Making Sense of the Old Testament God: Facilitator Jackie Thomas:

This study is based on a leading apologetics writer, Paul Copan who tackles the most difficult Old Testament passages and topics while helping readers to reconcile the God of righteousness with the God of love.  This study will take a look at some of the following accusations and how to respond to them: as well as how we are to reconcile the seemingly disconnected natures of God portrayed in the Old and New Testaments.

  • God is arrogant and jealous

  • God punishes people too harshly

  • God is guilty of ethnic cleansing

  • God oppresses women

  • God endorses slavery

  • Christianity causes violence

We will also explore how to answer critics and how to read both the Old and New Testaments faithfully, seeing an unchanging, righteous, and loving God in both.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 & 2 Powerpoint

Chapter 1-12

Chapter 15

The Sabbath: The Gift of Rest: Facilitator Elder Joanne Nesbitt:

The Sabbath was one of the distinctive marks of God’s people in the Bible. But sabbath is not an everyday term to our culture. In our busyness we have somehow lost or forgotten the true meaning and the purpose of sabbath. In this class, by way of the Scriptures, you will discover the answers to such questions as: What is sabbath? What day of the week is sabbath recognized? How do we practice sabbath? Why do we observe sabbath? The biblical sabbath pattern has much to teach us about how and why to rest, and how to keep God at the center of a day of rest.


Experiencing God

Experiencing God Chapter 7 Day 1-5

Experiencing God Chapter 8

Experiencing God Chapter 9

Experiencing God Chapter 10

Experiencing God Chapter 11 & 12

Stewardship and Financial Freedom

Summer 2022


Class Schedule


Chapter 1 & 2 The Beauty of Holiness

Chapter 3 Humility in the Life of Jesus

Chapter 4 Humility in The Teaching of Jesus

Chapter 5 Humility in the Disciples of Jesus

Chapter 6 Humility in the Daily Life

Chapter 7 & 8 Humility 

Chapter 9 & 10 Humility 

Chapter 11 & 12 Humility 

Summer 2021

Justice (Zoom meeting link)

August 2021

Kingdom Stewardship (Tony Evans, Author) 

With wisdom and purpose, God has entrusted you with a portion of His estate to manage and expand on His behalf. In the weeks to come, you will learn that stewardship is much bigger than managing your money well. Stewardship involves all that you have, all that you are, and all that you do under the loving and sovereign rule of God. Kingdom stewardship will help you take hold of the life you were created for.


The Books of Acts
1 and 2 Peter
Steward and Financial Freedom
Interim Experiencing God

Fall 2020

Experiencing God Chapter 7 Day 1-5

Summer 2020

Expository Apologetics Chapter 1 & 2

Expository Apologetics Chapter 3

Expository Apologetics Chapter 4

Expository Apologetics Chapter 6

Expository Apologetics Chapter 7

Expository Apologetics Chapter 8

January 2020

Song of Solomon Outline & Structure

Song of Solomon Lesson 2

Song of Solomon Lesson 3

Song of Solomon Lesson 4

Song of Solomon Lesson 5

Song of Solomon Lesson 6

Song of Solomon Lesson 7

Song of Solomon Lesson 8

Song of Solomon Lesson 9

Song of Solomon Lesson 10

Song of Solomon Lesson 11

Song of Solomon Lesson 12

Map of the Kingdom of David & Solomon

The Song of Solomon Union and  Communion

Solomon's Temple

The Song of Solomon Love

Solomon Kingdom

Misreading Scripture

Experience God

Trusting God

Book of Jeremiah



Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

Lesson 6

Lesson 7

Lesson 8

Lesson 9

Lesson 10

Lesson 11

Lesson 12

Lesson 13

Lesson 14

Lesson 15

Lesson 16

Lesson 17

Spring 2019 Lessons

Transforming Grace



Search for Significance

New Member Orientation 

Summer 2018 Lessons

Knowledge of the Holy - Student Workbook  


Winter 2018 Lessons

History and Heritage 




New Member Orientation 

Other Lessons

Ephesians - A Bible Study

Disciplines of A Godly Man

1 & 2 Timothy


Battle for the Beginning 

Facing Your Final Job Review 


Hard Sayings of Jesus 

Job, A Messy Faith 



Know What You Believe and Why

Mark - Portraits of Jesus






Cynthia McCrary, Superintendent of Christian Education, 404-209-1432, Ext 410.


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Sunday Discipleship Training: 11:00 am
Lunch with the Lord: Wednesday at Noon
Bible Study: Wednesday at 7:00pm

TV Broadcast Service: 11:00pm AIB TV (Comcast 5) 



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College Park, GA 30337

Office: 404-209-1423

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