Small-Group Discipleship

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


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:

  • Love God
  • Love People
  • Be A Disciple
  • Make Disciples

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.


Cost of each: $15

SUNDAY EVENINGS beginning January 14:

Disciples Path: The Life & The Mission

4:45-5:45pm |  Room 142 |  led by Ruben Cantu

The Life answers the question: “What does a disciple do in relationship with God?” The Life emphasizes the practice of the following disciplines: reading the Bible, prayer, community, serving, and evangelism. Disciples explore both individual disciplines and the disciplines of community.

The Mission explores the question: "What does a disciple do in relationship with the world?" Knowledge and community are only good as much as they serve a disciple on his or her mission. This study begins and ends with Jesus as it guides growing disciples along the journey to missionality together with Him.


4:45-5:45pm |  Off-Campus |  led by Dean Kindseth

This 6-session Bible study for adults by David Platt invites you to encounter what Jesus actually said about being his disciple and then obey what you have heard. He challenges you to consider with an open heart how we have manipulated a God-centered gospel to fit our human-centered preferences. Combining the messages of Radical and Radical Together, this resource will help your congregation discover what could happen if the message of Radical were lived out by every member of your church.

They Walked With God

4:45-5:45pm |  Off-Campus |  led by Luis Trevino

The characters we meet in the Bible play a huge role in our lives. Whether we personally relate to Joseph’s dedication to serving the Lord even when he was confused or we understand when Mary Magdalene mourns in front of the vacant tomb, the timeless stories we find in the Bible influence and inspire us to learn to be more like Christ. But how can we apply these lessons to our everyday lives?

Max Lucado takes a closer look at 40 of the most inspirational characters in the Bible and shares a powerful message: if God can find a place for each character in the Bible, we can rest assured that He’s carved out a spot for us too. This one-of-a-kind, interactive resource is ideal for devout followers and new believers alike.

How To Study The Bible

4:45-5:45pm |  Room 240 |  led by Wayne Cotton

When you open the Bible, are you not sure where to begin? Has your personal Bible study become stale or repetitive? Whether you have been a Christian for decades or you are a new believer, we invite you to take your personal Bible study deeper. In this small group, you will learn about Bible study methodology, how to best utilize Bible study tools, how to study different biblical genres, and more. Even if you don’t feel called to teach, learning these skills will deepen your love for Scripture and enhance your biblical literacy.

Financial Peace

4:30-6pm | Room 143 | led by Terry Green




Men's Bible Study

The Book of Romans

6:30am–7:30am | Open to men | Fellowship Center Overflow | Various Leaders

Starts back January 8, 2024 | on-going

Cost: No Charge

Women's Bible Study

Believing God

7-8:30pm | Open to women | Room 104 | led by Ashley Hett

Starts January 22, 2024

Believing God encourages readers to believe God instead of just believing in Him. Beth Moore presents five statements that will spur us to greater faith and help us experience the abundant life Scripture promises.



Men's Bible Study

The Book of Acts

7:00-7:45am |  Open to men |  Choir Room |  led by Dr. Stephen G. Hatfield

Cost: No Charge

Women's Bible Study

Classic Christianity

9:30-11:30am | Open to women | Room 102 | led by Sandy Tandberg

Starts January 9

Classic Christianity―Bob George’s eye-opening distillation of the life-transforming truths of the gospel―now has a fresh cover and interior that reflect the up-to-the-minute relevance of its message. Drawing on his struggles and his teaching and counseling experience, Bob cuts to the heart of believers’ common questions …

  • Doesn’t God expect me to clean up my act before I approach Him?
  • I know God loves me―but does He accept me?
  • I’m saved and forgiven ... do I just wait for heaven now?