Wednesdays @ Biltmore
Equipping Classes - Wednesdays 6:15-7:30pm:
- General Bible Study
- Marriage Coaching
- Parenting God's Way
- Foster Care and Adoption Bible Study
- What Every Christian Ought to Know
- Man to Man
- Finding Your PLACE in Ministry
- Woman to Woman
- Sharing Your Faith
Essential Skills for Making Your Marriage Great!
How do we stay strong in our marriage? Join us for a proactive, preventive approach where husbands and wives can experience rich, healthy relationships and greater intimacy in their lives together. No cost.
One of the biggest challenges in life is raising kids! This practical workshop is designed to give you the tools needed to raise happy, healthy, and godly children. During this series we will discuss how to raise positive kids in a negative world, how to develop your child’s full potential, how to discipline effectively, and other powerful principles based on God’s word. Cost: $9 (Materials available in The Bookstore).
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 each process and how it will impact their family. This six-week study will take you through a study of discovering the impact of foster care and adoption on families, facilitate the discussion of fears and concerns about the process with one another, explore foster care and adoption through the lens of scripture and evaluate your motives and expectations for the process. It is a great first step to learn more before moving forward in foster care licensing or the adoption process. Please purchase the book “Ready or Not” by Pam Parish on Amazon.com.
This incredible class is for anyone who would like to grow spiritually and become 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; eternal security; baptism; the Holy Spirit, and more. Cost: $10 (pay in class).
Monthly Speaker Series
7-7:45 am in Terrace Hall
Join hundreds of men for this incredible monthly men’s gathering that consists of a special guest speaker, excellent breakfast spread, and encouraging fellowship. Cost is $5 at the door.
August 27 - Inky Johnson-former Defensive Back, University of Tennessee
One of the most popular student-athletes in recent Tennessee history, and named to the (SEC) Southeastern Conference 2013 Football Legends class, Inky Johnson played defensive back from 2004-06 before suffering a career ending shoulder injury that almost left him paralyzed and shattered his dream of playing in the NFL. Inky now travels the country sharing with others his inspirational story and how to overcome adversity in life. Registration not required.
September 17 - Clayton King- Speaker & Author
Popular speaker and author, Clayton King is the founder of Crossroads Worldwide and has spoken to over 3 million people in 31 countries. He is also the Teaching Pastor at NewSpring Church in Anderson, South Carolina and has authored numerous books. Registration not required.
October 14 - Speaker TBD
November 12 - Speaker TBD
Man to Man Evening Session
Volume 3: August 27-October 1 - A Man and His Traps
Volume 4: October 8-November 12 - A Man and His Work
This men’s group is designed to give married and single men the tools, training and encouragement needed to become all that God intends. The format will be discussion oriented and will be centered on the book “Authentic Manhood: The 33 Series". Cost $16 (Materials Available in The Bookstore).
First Semester - August 27-October 1 (Volume 3)
Led by Bill Cleminson
6:15-7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A702
Second Semester - October 8-November 12 (Volume 4)
Led by Bill Cleminson
6:15-7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A702
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.
Based on the Book: Hebrews - The Nearness of King Jesus, by Lisa Harper
The Book of Hebrews is rich. Hebrews was a sermon for a specific people and culture in the midst of martyrdom and persecution, but is also so relevant for us today, reminding us to continue walking toward Jesus regardless of our culture or our circumstances. Jesus is our accessible King. He is not a faraway God, but an up-close Redeemer who draws near to us. Hebrews helps make the connection between God the Father and God the Son and reminds us that Jesus is supreme, but He is also compassionate, empathetic, and loving to no end. Cost: $14.
Morning Session - August 27-November 12
Led by Michelle Setterlind and Lori Frank
9:30–11:30am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall
Evening Session - August 27-November 12
Led by Victoria Dunkle
6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall
Alternate Women's Bible Studies:
Lori will be leading this 6 week small group mentoring program aimed at developing, inspiring and encouraging women as they serve, lead, and connect with other women for the sake of the gospel. It is planned it to be intimate, intense, interactive and practical. There will be some outside practice points as well as some outside reading involved. This class is geared toward those currently in leadership or those that will be serving in a leader capacity in the future. No Cost.
He Speaks to Me - Preparing to Hear From God by Priscilla Shirer
Jesus wants us to hear from Him-His voice. Could it be that we are not hearing from Him because we haven’t positioned ourselves to do so? This study teaches us what we need to do to prepare ourselves to hear from God when He chooses to speak. Make the commitment to be obedient to whatever He says and you will not be disappointed in the glorious results. Cost: $12 (Materials available in The Bookstore).
This six week study will show you how to share the story of the gospel stress-free within a conversation! It’s simple and easy to remember! Cost: $6 (pay first night in class).
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 our lives’ problems, pain, shame, and addictions. More information here.
Thursday Nights 7 p.m. in the Student Center
Geared towards reaching young adults, Vertical offers a blend of authentic worship, powerful testimonies and applicable teaching straight out of God’s word. With missional living as our ultimate goal, hands-on outreach opportunities are available each month. Invite a friend. We hope to see you there!
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 4, 2014. Cost $19 (Materials available in The Bookstore).
August 21-November 13
Led by Dolly Dickinson
6:45-8:15pm | Arden Campus | B203
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. Cost $19 (Materials available in The Bookstore).