Small Groups @ FBC Summerfield

Small Groups offered January 5 - February 16, 2022
Winter '22 Semester 1 Details & Registration

We will restart our next season of small groups on
Wednesday, January 5, 2022.
Registration opens on December 19, 2021.
  • Encountering God (by Kelly Minter)
Led by Lindsey Bullard | Women Only
Join Lindsey Bullard for a study with Kelly Minter as she unpacks the biblical foundation for spiritual disciplines which are essential to a more vibrant spiritual life and knowing God more intimately.  This study will work through these sacred habits along with approachable ways to practice disciplines like prayer, study, worship, rest, simplicity, generosity, celebration, and many more. Instead of being just one more thing on your to-do list, you’ll find that these habits of faith can actually create more margin in your life—providing peace and rest as you walk closer with Jesus.

  • Cultural Intelligence: Living for God in a Diverse, Pluralistic World (by Darrel Bock)
Led by Pastor Eric Simmons| Co-Ed
Cultural intelligence requires that we understand the changing world around us and engage these changes in ways that edify the church and winsomely seek after the lost. In Cultural Intelligence, Darrell L. Bock builds a theology of cultural engagement, and equips readers to relate well to their culture with an eye on the example set by Paul in the New Testament. Join Pastor Eric as he works through this book and helps us learn how to intelligently engage our culture with the Gospel.

  • The Resolution for Women (by Priscilla Shirer)
Led by Marla Young | Women Only
In this women's study, join Marla Young as she works through Priscilla Shirer's, The Resolution for Women. This study challenges all women to be intentional about embracing and thriving in God’s beautiful and eternal calling on their lives. The Resolution for Women inspires women with intentional, spirit-filled living from three unique angles. Section one, entitled, "This Is Who I Am," helps a woman define herself as "authentically me, purposefully feminine, surprisingly satisfied, and faithfully His." Section two, "This Is What I Have," invites her to value "my best, my blessing, my honor, and my heart." And Section three, "This Is What Matters To Me," focuses on joyfully honoring God as a wife, mother, and family member while resolving to live with grace. This is going to be a great study.

  • Colossians: Instructions & Encouragement from Prison (Part 2)
Led by Pastor Kelly  | Co-Ed
Join Pastor Kelly for this Bible study through Paul’s letter to the church at Colossae. From a prison cell in Rome, Paul writes to correct false teaching that was cropping up in the church. In doing so, he presents a clear picture of Jesus Christ as Lord of the universe, head of the church, and the one who forgives sin! In this study Pastor Kelly will help you connect God’s word to your life, walking in the victory that is yours through Jesus Christ!
  • Parenting in a Screen Saturated Culture (by Doug Fields)
Led by Erick & Megan Calloway | Co-Ed
In a world where 89% of young people have smartphones and 97% are on social media, parents are desperate for some fair, helpful guidelines. Many wonder…“How long is too long for my daughter to spend on social media each day?” “My 11-year-old wants a phone, and literally all her friends have one. Should I buy her one?” “Is it okay to check my son’s browser history? ”Don’t worry… you’re not alone! Join Erick & Megan Calloway as they lead parents through this study and give practical tips on how to empower your kids with age-appropriate freedom and equip them to make decisions on their own. 

  • The Acts of the Apostles (by Louie Giglio)
Led by John & Bonnie Hannon | Co-Ed
In a world that is unsure of where to find truth or purpose, the book of Acts stands apart. It reveals God’s plan for global redemption, his purpose for our lives, and the power he has given us to accomplish his mission. If this is something you would like to be a part of, then join John & Bonnie Hannon in this next semester as they diver deeper into the Book of Acts and learn more about the early church and how it lived out the Great Commission.

  • Everything You Need (by David Jeremiah)
Led by Michael & Regina Burch | Co-Ed
Everything You Need continues Dr. David Jeremiah's focus on helping the church strive for spiritual victory through Christ. Using his signature depth, wisdom, and compassion, Dr. Jeremiah explores 2 Peter 1:5-10 to highlight seven critical tools God provides each of His people: virtue, knowledge, self-control, perseverance, godliness, brotherly kindness, and love. When we use the equipment God provides, we can live confidently in the knowledge that we will never stumble.