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EQUIP: Sundays

JUNE 4 - JULY 23

(no classes on July 2)

9:30 or 11AM

7-week, targeted classes to EQUIP you for your season of life.

A new session of EQUIP classes is ready to go for the summer! Take a look at the options below, choose the class that best fits with your season of life, and click the button to register today!

LOOKING FOR AN EARLIER OPTION? Check out the 8:15AM Sunday Morning Adult Bible Studies at getwellchurch.org/adults (Kids Ministry and Nursery not available during these classes)


Women’s Study: The Psalms: 1-30 | Carol Little, Robin Turner, & Kim Ball – FLC 3209

Join Women’s Equip as we journey through the first 30 chapters of Psalms. In this study we will seek to understand the context and purpose of the Psalms, so we truly understand and apply them to everyday life. These chapters are a reminder that in all of life’s highs and lows—God is faithful and good. This study will encourage you to honestly express your fears, worries, joys, and concerns to the Lord through prayer and reveal to you God’s nearness so you can find rest in His presence no matter your circumstances. 

Men’s Study: Redemptive History: Conquest to Captivity | Jeff Edwards – FLC 3105

In this seven-week course, we will continue our study of the theological significance of Old Testament redemptive history and God’s promise to bless all the nations. We’ll be studying Judges (the need for a King), the books of Samuel (the rise of the Kingdom), and the books of Kings (the demise of the kingdom). We will provide a recap of Joshua to set the context – so if you missed the Spring session don’t let that keep you from joining us!

Bible Trivia | Ron Nunnelee & Other Teachers – FLC 3107

Which disciple was also called Didymus? What was the capital of Assyria? Who wrote the first five books of the Bible? Find the answers to these questions and more in our summer class on Bible Trivia, a fun look at some of the forgotten details of the most important book in history.

The Prodigal God: Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith | Michelle Bordwell – FLC 3106

This study will help you apply the truths of Jesus’ familiar parable of the Prodigal Son in your own life. The Gospel is neither religion nor irreligion, but something else entirely. Whether you are a devout believer or a skeptic, this study will challenge you to see Christianity in a whole new way. *Copies of Tim Keller’s book The Prodigal God will be available for purchase in class.


Jesus Rhythms: Practicing the Spiritual Disciplines | Jeff Bosley – FLC 3107

Jesus’ disciples became disciples as soon as their nets hit the ground to follow Him; however, they would spend the rest of their time with Jesus learning not only information about the Kingdom of God but the ways and practices of that Kingdom. When we read the Bible, it becomes obvious that there are practices and patterns that shape the life of Jesus and His followers. We’ll discover how these rhythms help us connect the thinking part of our faith with the living-out part of our faith.

Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions | Daniel & Amberlie Smothers – FLC 3106

“Walk in wisdom toward outsiders, making the best use of time. Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person.” - Colossians 4:5-6. We often read these words from Paul and think that is great, but how?! Join us for Tactics as we read Gregory Koukl's book on how to create a game plan for discussing your faith with others and putting tools in your toolbox to stay gracious, wise, and calm in any faith conversation. *Tactics book will be available for purchase in class.