equipping classes

"equip the saints for the work of ministry, to build up the body of Christ"

ephesians 4:12

Our Equipping Classes are designed to help you grow deeper in your knowledge of and affection for the Lord.
We want to equip you as you seek to mature as a disciple of Christ and give yourself
to the work of ministry, the ministry of building up the body of Christ.

Equipping Classes are normally offered on Wednesday nights at 6:00 and Sunday nights at 5:00 
in various locations throughout our building.
More information is available below.

check out our current equipping classes!

Wednesdays at 6:00 in The Lodge
(Starts September 7)
Led by Donnie Thaden 
Learn how to grow as a teacher and put principles in place that will help multiply and leverage your leadership for Christ. This 10 week study is designed to train leaders who can teach the Bible and align our efforts as a teaching ministry. It will prepare leaders to gather together fellow-believers in evangelistic enterprise. In short, this class will equip leaders to grow Christians and grow the gospel. The course is for anyone who currently leads and teaches a Sunday school class, a D-Group, or Equipping class here at Harrisburg.
Wednesdays at 6:00 in Room 513
(Starts September 7)
Led by Craig Fikes
Sometimes circumstances in life make it difficult for men to be all God wants them to be. But Tony Evans urges men to stop looking at their circumstances as excuses and instead to see them as challenges and opportunities for success. Exploring examples of men of God throughout the Bible, this study will challenge you to lay down your excuses, stop compromising, and fight to be a man of character and commitment. Despite your setbacks, failures, and pressures, you can still find purpose, meaning, and direction in life and become the man God has called you to be.
Wednesdays at 6:00 in Room 134
 (Starts September 7)
Led by Donna Stevenson

In A Deeper Look at James, you'll discover how often James leans on Jesus' Sermon on the Mount in giving instructions, how to know if you're truly being "quick to listen" (hint: it involves much more than just your ears) how the different financial situations you’ve been in may have affected your faith, and how you can participate in God's work to bring justice on earth.
Wednesdays at 6:00 in Room 516/517
 (Starts September 7)
Led by Jill Armstrong
Seamless will help replace the insecurity that holds you back with clarity and helping you move forward with confidence in their understanding of Scripture. Each week of study features key information that ties all of Scripture together into the seamless truth of the gospel message and is accompanied by maps, general Bible facts, and word studies.
Wednesdays at 6:00 in Room 514/515
 (Starts September 7)
Led by Katie Moore
Do you ever feel like the happy ending of your story is a million miles away? Then you know how the Jewish people felt when they returned to their wrecked land after exile and began rebuilding the temple. They were distracted, discouraged, and ready to throw in the towel. But the prophet Haggai reminded them they could find courage in the God who had never left them. Sometimes the landscapes of our lives feel wrecked, with our hope and purpose in shambles. We too get distracted and discouraged. However, God’s presence and promises give us courage to press on and trust Him with our story.
Wednesdays at 6:00  in Room 520
(Starts September 7)
Led by Natalie Morton 
Romans is a passionate letter written by Paul, a man completely captured by the beauty, mercy, and majesty of God and His glorious salvation. Paul wanted his readers, then and now, to know how amazing and all-encompassing this salvation actually is—that it’s powerful, planned, eternal, free, and leads to a transformed life. Learn that after God saves you, He invites you to join Him on His two-fold mission— to sanctify and transform you into the image of Jesus and to send you out into the world to share the good news of salvation in Jesus Christ.
Wednesdays at 6:00  in the Fellowship Hall
(Starts September 7)
Led by Rob Armstrong
There are two common struggles addressed in the book of Galatians. It’s difficult for some to strive for faithfulness without becoming legalistic, and it’s just as hard for others to live by grace without crossing the line into sin.  Join Pastor Rob and others to see how God calls us to live by faith while guarding against legalism and sinfulness with the help and power of the Holy Spirit.
Sundays at 5:00 in Room 516/517
(Starts September 11)
Led by Shelley Farmer
Parenting comes with some big questions! Thankfully, the answers are available in God's Word! Join Shelley Farmer each Sunday from 5:00-6:00pm for an in-depth look at some of your biggest questions about your kids, faith, and family. Each week we will cover a different topic including: GenZ, Heart Transformation vs. Behavior Modification, Worry & Anxiety and more.
Sundays at 5:00 in Room 514/515
 (Starts September 11)
Led by Josh Poore

How do Christians grow? Few question the call of the Bible to grow in godliness, but the answer to exactly how this happens is often elusive. In this study, you'll discover that sanctification does not happen by doing more or becoming better, but by going deeper into the wondrous gospel truths that washed over you when you were first united to Jesus. By drawing on wisdom from figures throughout church history, you'll be encouraged to fix your gaze on Jesus in the battle against sin, casting yourself upon his grace and living out your invincible identity in Christ.

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