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Wednesdays @ Biltmore

Equipping Classes - Wednesdays 6:15-7:30pm:

Weekly Classes:

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General Bible Study – The Gospel of John

Come join us for this powerful study of the book of John and learn from one who actually lived and walked with Jesus!  John’s Gospel is rich in the details of Jesus’ miracles, teachings, and relationships. This intimate study will draw on John’s account of Jesus’ life, ending with Jesus’ resurrection. This class is open to anyone and you do not have to pre-register or sign up. Just show up any week and join us! NO COST.

January 6 - March 23
Led by Eric Williamson, MDiv, Southern Seminary
6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A207
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Ready to Launch: Jesus Centered Parenting in a Child-Centered World

In this parenting study by J.D. and Veronica Greear, we will discuss topics such as discipline, prioritizing time, balancing a schedule, the importance of church as a second family, and preparing our kids to leave the home and carry on the mission of God. If you have children, you don’t want to miss this incredible class. Book Cost: $12

January 6 - March 23
Led by Shannon Redmon

6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A204
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Apologetics for the Modern Man (and Woman)

The Christian faith is challenged every day at work, school, in the home, in the community, and Facebook and Twitter. Come join us for this interesting class and get equipped to handle relevant apologetic topics such as the reliability of Scripture, worldviews and culture (atheism, new age postmodernism, etc.), religious diversity, evolution (faith and science), and more! In this study we will look at what the Bible says about these ‘challenges’ to the faith. This class is open to anyone and you do not have to pre-register or sign up.

April 6 - May 25
Led by Eric Williamson, MDiv, Southern Seminary

6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A207
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    Sharing Your Faith

    Have you ever wanted to share your faith with someone but did not know what to say or how to say it? This class is designed to help you learn how to share your faith effectively through relational evangelism.  During this study you will learn how to personally connect with those around you and share the Good News of Jesus Christ confidently.

    February 17 - March 23
    Led by Bill Cleminson

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A205
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    What Every Christian Needs to Know 

    This class is for anyone who would like to grow spiritually and get grounded in the foundations of the Christian faith. Topics include: How to Know the Bible is the Word of God, How to Know God’s Will, Can You Lose Your Salvation, Why is Baptism Important, How to Pray, and more. 

    January 6 - February 24
    Led by Curt McClure

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A201A&B
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    Foster Care Certification

    Entering the journey of foster care and adoption can be one of the most daunting decisions you make as a parent. Many families are hesitant because of stereotypes or long-held beliefs about the process and how it will impact their family. This class is the first step for any prospective foster parent on the journey of becoming a fully licensed foster home, and will help you understand the impact of foster care and give you a chance to address any fears or concerns you may have.  If you have any questions about this class or the process to becoming licensed, please contact Alex Williams, Foster Care Director, at 828.216.4839 or email

    January 6 - March 2
    Led by Alex Williams

    6-9pm | Arden Campus | Room A203
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    Intimate Encounters

    “God’s Divine Design for Experiencing Intimacy in Marriage”

    Based on the Great Commandments, this class will be offered in two 5-week sessions. Couples may attend either or both. 

     

    PART 1: January 6 - February 3 • The first half will include topics such as: God’s Design for Intimacy, Understanding What We Really Need From Each Other, What’s Filling Your Emotional Cup, Healing Hurts Through Confession and Forgiveness, and Four Ingredients of Marital Intimacy. 

    January 6 - February 3
    Led by Jay Alvaro
    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A208

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    PART 2: February 10-March 9 • This second part will include topics such as: Being Free for Emotional Closeness, Understanding the Pain and Potential of Intimacy Needs, Leave Your Father and Mother, Breaking Free from Unhealthy Thinking, and Sexuality and Marriage.

    February 10 - March 9
    Led by Jay Alvaro
    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A208

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    Finding Your PLACE in Ministry

    Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts
    Where is my PLACE of service? What are my gifts? How can I get connected? This class will answer your questions, and launch you into ministry and service with your Biltmore family. Join us for a special time of study and fellowship. NO COST.

    February 17 - March 9
    Led by Kelly Williams
    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A703
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    May 4-May 25
    Led by Kelly Williams
    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A703
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    Men's Bible Studies

    Game Plan for Life 

    Joe Gibbs, legendary NFL coach of the Washington Redskins and owner of Joe Gibbs Racing, and some of his closest friends looked at the most important issues facing men today and what every man needs to know to be victorious in the game of life. Through solid biblical teaching and discussion, this 6-week series for men will help you discover the key principles vital to living a victorious life. Topics include: Purpose, Health, Work, Relationships, Overcoming Obstacles, and Living a Life of Impact.  Book Cost $10 (the Bookstore)

    January 6 - February 10
    Led by Jamie Blue

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A702
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    A Man and Fatherhood: 33 The Series

    Fatherhood is more than just protecting and providing for your kids. Being a dad is one of the most important and influential roles a man could ever play in his life. But being a good dad doesn’t always come naturally. This final volume of 33 The Series will help you begin to think strategically about being a dad. A Man and Fatherhood provides insights and biblical truth that can carry you through the confusion and dark moments of fatherhood and also energize you for its high points and powerful moments.  Book Cost $15 (the Bookstore)

     February 17 - March 23
    Led by Jamie Blue
    6:15–7:30 pm | Arden Campus | Room A702Register Button

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    Women's Bible Studies

    Beautiful Mess

    Being a mom is wonderful, but hard.  It’s a beautiful mess!  Have you ever asked yourself if you were good enough?  How do I balance them, life, me, and get it all right?  How do I love today?  This study helps you remember that God chose you for your children and you are beautiful.

     January 6 - February 10
    Led by Mandy Brown
    6:15–7:30 pm | Arden Campus | Room A701Register Button

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    JOY

    We bundle it, jump for it, and pair it with pride. But do we truly understand what joy is? Come with us as we look at the definitions of joy. Can you be happy without being joyful? How does joy fit into our lives when we are going through challenges, heartache or pain? God’s Word gives us clear guidelines for claiming this promise that is also a command from Him. In this lesson series, we will start by understanding the source of true joy; ABUNDANT JOY.

     January 6 - March 23
    Morning Session Led by Various Teachers
    Written by Victoria Dunkle
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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     January 6 - March 23
    Evening Session Led by Victoria Dunkle
    Written by Victoria Dunkle
    6:15 - 7:30 pm | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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    Ever After

    We grow up with a vision of marriage being a fairy tale and a good chick flick.  Then, reality hits.  Marriage is hard and add children to this mix and the vision becomes even more blurred.  This is a funny and poignant study of lessons learned by mistakes made.  The hope and promise for us: Christ meets us where we are and HE is our happily ever after.

    February 17 - March 23
    Morning Session Led by TBA
    Written by Vicki Courtney
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | A701

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    February 17 - March 23
    Evening Session Led by RossAnn McKee
    Written by Vicki Courtney
    6:15 - 7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A701

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    Seamless

    This study will take you from Genesis to Revelation.  People, places and promises stitched together into the greater story of scripture.  Maps, facts and word studies will help take us through the seamless truth of the gospel.

    April 6 - May 25
    Morning Session Led by Debbie Presnell
    Written by Angie Smith
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | A701

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    April 6 - May 25
    Evening Session Led by Mandy Brown
    Written by Angie Smith
    6:15 - 7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A701

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    Additional Opportunities

    CELEBRATE RECOVERY
    Thursday Nights 6:45pm in Terrace Hall
    A Christ-centered, Biblically based recovery ministry for individuals and their families who struggle with hurts, habits, and hang-ups. The purpose of Celebrate Recovery is to embrace God’s healing power in our lives, by sharing our experiences, strengths, and hopes with one another. Through this process, we become willing to accept God’s grace in solving problems, pain, shame, and addictions. For more information go to hopenetworkcounseling.com/celebrate-recovery or call 828.651.6116.

    VERTICAL
    Tuesday 7 p.m. in the Student Center 
    Geared towards reaching young adults, Vertical offers a blend of intimate worship, powerful testimonies and applicable teaching straight from God’s word. With missional living as our ultimate goal, hands-on outreach opportunities will also be provided each month. Invite a friend and we hope to see you there!

    DIVORCE CARE
    Divorce Care is focused on those who are separated or divorced.  Topics deal with hope and healing in the areas of anger, parenting, depression, loneliness, finances, forgiveness, reconciliation, and moving on with life.  Please note:  The class will be closed to new comers after September 9, 2015. Book Cost: $19 (available in The Bookstore). REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

    DIVORCE CARE 4 KIDS
    DC4K is a special place where kids can find help and healing for their divorce hurts.  It combines games, crafts, activities, music, and DVD dramas to create a fun atmosphere where children feel comfortable, accepted, and find joy and hope built on God’s love. Designed for children age 5-12 whose parents are separated or divorced. Space is limited to 12 children and participation requires serious commitment on the part of parents. Book Cost: $19 (available in The Bookstore). REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

     

     

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