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General Bible Study – Biblical truth about ISIS

We live in dangerous times. The rise of ISIS and the behavior of this movement towards Jews and Christians is sobering. Should the emergence of a group that hates and beheads Christians, inspires global anti-Semitism, and endorses the destruction of Israel surprise us? The books of Esther, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Zechariah contribute to our understanding of the culture that fosters this organization. NO COST.

August 26- November 18
Led by Steve Ackerman
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

August 26- September 30
Led by Shannon Redmon

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

This incredible 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, Eternal Security, Baptism, The Holy Spirit, and more. COST $10 (to be paid in class).

August 26- September 30
 Led by Curt McClure
6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A203
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October 14- November 18
 Led by Curt McClure
6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A203
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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. Cost: $10 (to be paid in class)

    August 26- September 30
     Led by Eric Williamson
    6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A208
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    October 14- November 18
     Led by Eric Williamson
    6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A208
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    Boundaries in Dating

    This exciting study will guide you through the rules of romance that can help you find the love of your life and help you avoid the pitfalls of dating. It unfolds a wise, Biblical path to developing self-control, freedom and intimacy in the dating process. Boundaries in Dating helps singles of all ages to think, solve problems and enjoy the benefits of dating to the hilt, increasing their abilities to find and commit to a marriage partner. $17.00 (The Bookstore)

    August 26- October 21
    Led by Mike Garland, Jo McGill & Teri Drevlo

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A201A&B
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    Sacred Marriage

    Your marriage is much more than a union between you and your spouse. It is a spiritual discipline to help you know God more intimately. Sacred Marriage focuses on spiritual enrichment in ways that can help you love your mate more, and your marriage can become a doorway to a closer walk with God.

    August 26- September 30
    Led by Jay Alvaro

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A205
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    Financial Fitness

    Are you upside down on your mortgage? Deep in debt? Struggling to make ends meet? You are not alone! Discover what the Bible says about money, including godly tips on how to give, save, invest, and spend. NO COST.

    October 14- November 18
    Led by Hope Network

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A202B
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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.

    October 14- October 28
    Led by Kelly Williams
    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | A703
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    Men's Bible Studies

    Weekly Gathering  

    Formerly known as Man to Man, this interactive weekly gathering for men is re-launching with a new name, new format, and new focus. Each week consists of a 20 minute message followed by 30 minute discussion groups. Coffee and light refreshments will also be provided for free (either donuts, bagels, or sausage/biscuits). This is a great environment to help you become the man God wants you to be, and connect with other men who desire to grow spiritually. Come join us for our Kick-Off on August 26, 7am with former Navy Seal, Chad Williams to learn more!!! 

    August 26-October 28
    7-8 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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    Manhood Restored

    Manhood will always be in crisis until Jesus returns. But in Christ, men can be restored with ever increasing glory into the undefiled image of God. This six-session study by Eric Mason leads men on a journey through masculinity, with Bible-study sessions on the problems men face, God's solutions, and the restorations of worldview, sexuality, vision, and family. This extraordinary study is very practical and shows men how to walk in gospel-centered manhood. Book Cost $10 (the Bookstore)

    August 26-September 30
    Led by Bill Cleminson & Troy Ball

    6:15–7:30pm | Arden Campus | Room A204
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    Kingdom Man

    Our culture has redefined manhood by emasculating men through a repositioning of the role. When a man functions within the principles of Biblical manhood, those around him benefit from his leadership and care. This 6-session study for men by Dr. Tony Evans is designed to empower men to exercise the God-given dominion they were created for by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities, along with practical steps on how to become a man who leads well. Book Cost $10 (the Bookstore)

     October 14-November 18
    Led by Bill Cleminson & Troy Ball
    6:15–7:30 pm | Arden Campus | Room A201a&bRegister Button

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    Women's Bible Studies

    Intentional Relationships: Paying it Forward through Discipleship

    How do we become a Titus 2 woman and take the experiences God has given us and pay it forward? We will look at how to grow our intimacy with God, model Christlikeness to the generations, and pour ourselves into one another by carrying out the great commission’s call to make disciples. Prepare to move from a momentary friendship to a Christ-centered relationship that lasts. This interactive study will grow our relationships in small groups and show us how to intentionally use the life God has given us to pay it forward.

     August 26- November 18
    Morning Session Led by Various Ladies
    Written by Victoria Dunkle and Rachel Hipps
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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     August 26- November 18
    Evening Session Led by Victoria Dunkle
    Written by Victoria Dunkle and Rachel Hipps
    6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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    Clean

    Based on scriptures from the book of Ecclesiastes this is a study for women who feel they need a fresh start and a clean new beginning in their lives. This group will be interactive and will focus on how our relationship with Christ keeps us healthy in all areas of our lives by living clean.  We will wash off old residues and clear out the rubble that keeps us defeated and discouraged.  This is a "whole woman" re-start cleansing and reorganizing how we live in the following areas: Body- we will learn to fuel our lives with pure nutrition, effective exercise, and healthy stewardship. Soul- we will focus on keeping our mind, will, and emotions controlled and working how God intended for maximum productivity and positive impact. Spirit- we will find the fountains of living water Christ provided to satisfy our deepest needs and fulfill our destiny with love, joy, and peace. There is no charge for this study. Bring a spiral notebook, Bible, and wear comfortable clothing.

     August 26- September 30
    Morning Session Led by Lori Frank
    Written by Lori Frank
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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     August 26- September 30
    Evening Session Led by Mandy Brown
    Written by Lori Frank
    6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A701

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    Talk it Out

    How can we talk with people of different world views, ideas, philosophies and cultures about our faith?   How can we dialogue with others about Truth without getting us or them confused?  What are the best practices for discussing controversial issues from a biblical perspective?  Can you articulate what you believe, and why, with people who may be hostile toward your faith?  This course on biblical apologetics will teach us how we can learn to defend our faith and build relationships with people from any walk of life with intelligence, gentleness, and authority based on God's Word.  There is no charge for this study.  Bring your Bible and study supplies will be provided.

    October 14- November 18
    Morning Session Led by Lori Frank
    Written by Lori Frank
    9:30-11:30 am | Arden Campus | Terrace Hall

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    October 14- November 18
    Evening Session Led by Shannon Redmon
    Written by Lori Frank
    6:15-7:30 pm | Arden Campus | A701

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    Additional Opportunities - Thursday Nights

    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
    Thursday Nights 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).

    August 27-November 19
    Led by Dolly Dickinson, Joe Meadows, and Staci Ammons

    6:45-8:15pm | Arden Campus | B203Register Button

    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).

    August 27-November 19
    Led by Pamela Bowman
    6:45-8:15pm | Arden Campus | B205
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