Small-Group Discipleship

Our hope is for every person to come to know Jesus and to grow as a fully developing follower of Christ

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Small-Group Discipleship is an opportunity for each of us to be in your spiritual journey.

We desire to be intentional in what we offer in our discipleship ministry. We do not want to piece things together randomly. We have an approach that prioritizes the disciple life process: Know, Grow, Sow, Go.

  • KNOW – Learn who God is and who you are in Christ
  • GROW – Grow in your relationship with God and your fellow Christ followers
  • SOW – Find your place in ministry and serve
  • GO –Make disciples as Christ commissioned us to do

Every spring and fall semester, FBC Lewisville offers a variety of classes. These classes meet on Sunday evenings at the church, with a few classes meeting at alternate times during the week at various locations. Classes are offered every spring and fall.

101 Small Groups - Know

Fall Semester


DIVORCE CARE

August 14 – November 20
Led by Lisa Taylor | Open To All | Sundays, 4:30-6pm | Room 240

Starts August 14, 2022 | 13 sessions

DivorceCare is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. In this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making.


TOMS - Teen Mom Ministry

Led by Mikel Porter, Angie Asplin, Kathy Davenport | Teens & Twenty-Something Moms | Wednesdays, 6–7:15pm | Room 140

Starts September 7

We seek to love young moms by meeting physical needs, equipping them with life skills, connecting them in mentoring relationships, and meeting their spiritual needs by introducing them to Jesus.


MOMS INC: FIND YOUR PEOPLE

September 7- November 9
Led by Martha Shultz | Moms of Preschoolers | Wednesdays, 9:30-11am | Room 203 | $25

Starts September 7 | 10 Sessions

Find Your People offers practical solutions for creating true community, the kind that’s crucial to our mental and spiritual health.

In a world that’s more connected and isolating than ever, we’re often tempted to do life alone, whether because we’re so busy or because relationships feel risky and hard. So many are hiding behind emotional walls that we’re experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. However, science confirms that consistent, meaningful connection with others has a powerful impact on our well-being. We are meant to live known and loved. 

 

August - September


FOLLOW ME

August 14 - September  25
Led by Rob & Alison Peterman | Open To All |
Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm | Room 207 | $15 for the book

Starts August 14, 2022 | 6 sessions

When Jesus says, “Follow Me,” it’s not an invitation to say a prayer; it’s a summons to lose our lives. In this much-anticipated follow-up to Radical, Pastor David Platt challenges the traditions of cultural Christianity and reintroduces us to Jesus and His most simple request: Follow Me.  

October - November


FOLLOW ME

October 2 - November 13
Led by Rob & Alison Peterman | Open To All |
Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm | Room 207 | $15 for the book

Starts October 2, 2022 | 6 sessions

When Jesus says, “Follow Me,” it’s not an invitation to say a prayer; it’s a summons to lose our lives. In this much-anticipated follow-up to Radical, Pastor David Platt challenges the traditions of cultural Christianity and reintroduces us to Jesus and His most simple request: Follow Me.  

201 SMALL GROUPS - GROW

Fall Semester


Ladies Small Group: Grace Walk

September 9-November 18

Led by Sandy Tandberg | All Women |
Fridays, 9:30-11am |
FC Overflow | Cost TBD

More Info Coming Soon!


Mama Bear Apologetics

September 11 - November 13

Led by Julie Hammer| All Moms |
Sundays, 4:45 - 5:45pm |
Room 140 | $15

Cost: $15 – Books will be available to purchase through the church.

The problem with lies is they don’t often sound like lies. They seem harmless and even sound right. So what’s a Mama Bear to do when her kids seem to be uncritically absorbing the culture’s lies? This mom-to-mom guide will equip you to teach your kids how to form their own biblical beliefs about what is true and what is false. Through transparent life stories and clear, practical applications—including prayer strategies, this band of Mama Bears offers you tools to train yourself, so you can turn around and train your kids.

Are you ready to answer the rallying cry, “Mess with our kids, and we will demolish your arguments”?  Join the Mama Bears and raise your voice to protect your kids by teaching them how to think through and address the issues head-on, yet with gentleness and respect.

August - September


The Insanity Of Obedience

August 14 - September 25

Led by Wayne Cotton | Open To All | Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Locally, Off-campus | $15 for the book

Starts August 14, 2022 | 6 Sessions

How do we begin to walk and work with God, especially in dangerous places? This Bible study presents missionary Nik Ripken sharing true stories of people who are suffering for the name of Jesus. Engage with Scripture and see what it means to be a true follower of Jesus, not just someone who believes certain truths. Observe how Christians all over the world are not only surviving but also thriving in the midst of persecution.


Unleashed

August 14 - September 25

Led by Luis Trevino | Open To All |
Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Locally, Off-campus | $15 for the book

Starts August 14, 2022 | 6 Sessions

God’s will is not just for us to be born again, but for us to grow into spiritual adults. God intends all of the Christian life to be a process of growth in Christlikeness. Believers must clearly understand how we can intentionally cooperate with the Holy Spirit’s work to grow us into the likeness of Jesus.


The Forgotten Jesus

Sundays - August 14 - September 25

Led by Rachel Thomas | Open To All | Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Room 211 | $15 for the book

Starts August 14, 2022 | 6 Sessions

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Led by Ruben Cantu | Open To All |
Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Room 212 | $15 for the book

Starts August 14, 2022 | 6 Sessions

Thursdays - August 18 - September 222

Led by Brian Maloney | Open To All | Thursdays, 6:30pm |
Off-campus | $15 for the book

Starts August 18, 2022 | 6 Sessions

Most Christians would say they know Jesus, but do we really know Him? Our understanding of Jesus has been shaped through the years by different cultural influences. Many Christians have forgotten that Jesus was a Jewish man living in a Jewish land, observing Jewish customs, and investing His life in Jewish men and women.

This disciple-making Bible study takes us on a journey back to biblical times to rediscover who Jesus really was by seeing Him in the cultural and religious context in which He ministered. Exploring the implications of Jesus’ teachings and actions as a first-century rabbi will give you new reasons to fall in love with Him all over again.

October - November


The Insanity Of Obedience

October 2 - November 13

Led by Reuben Cantu | Open To All |
Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Room 212 | $15 for the book

Starts October 2, 2022 | 6 Sessions

How do we begin to walk and work with God, especially in dangerous places? This Bible study presents missionary Nik Ripken sharing true stories of people who are suffering for the name of Jesus. Engage with Scripture and see what it means to be a true follower of Jesus, not just someone who believes certain truths. Observe how Christians all over the world are not only surviving but also thriving in the midst of persecution.


Unleashed

October 2 - November 13

Led by Brian Maloney | Open To All | Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Locally, Off-campus | $15 for the book

Starts October 2, 2022 | 6 Sessions

God’s will is not just for us to be born again but to grow into spiritual adults. God intends all of the Christian life to be a process of growth in Christlikeness. Believers must clearly understand how we can intentionally cooperate with the Holy Spirit’s work to grow us into the likeness of Jesus.


The Forgotten Jesus

October 2 - November 13

Led by Luis Trevino | Open To All | Sundays, 4:45-5:45pm |
Meets Locally, Off-campus | $15 for the book

Starts October 2, 2022 | 6 Sessions

Most Christians would say they know Jesus, but do we really know Him? Our understanding of Jesus has been shaped through the years by different cultural influences. Many Christians have forgotten that Jesus was a Jewish man living in a Jewish land, observing Jewish customs, and investing His life in Jewish men and women.

This disciple-making Bible study takes us on a journey back to biblical times to rediscover who Jesus really was by seeing Him in the cultural and religious context in which He ministered. Exploring the implications of Jesus’ teachings and actions as a first-century rabbi will give you new reasons to fall in love with Him all over again.