On Sunday nights at 6pm, students gather for intense student discipleship. This is not "just another Bible study."  It is theological training aimed at developing a heart for missions and equipping students to share the Gospel globally and locally. Our Sunday night student discipleship provides students with a thorough understanding of the Gospel, enables them to defend it, and grounds them in the key doctrines of our Christian faith.

Fall Semester
Sept. 10 - Nov. 12 (6:00 PM)

6th-8th Grade | Rooms 121-122

“What do you understand it takes for a person to go to Heaven?”

The goal of this course is to equip students with a thorough biblical answer to this question by looking at the role of man and God (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit) in salvation. From starting conversations to explaining the content of the Gospel, students will be well equipped to share the gospel in any context.


9th-12th Grade | Modular A

“Jesus said ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.’” John 14:6

There is a common belief in our culture that all religions lead to God.  Is this true?  Will Buddhism and Islam lead us to the same God that Christianity proclaims?  In this course, students will study the claims of other religions in contrast to Christianity.  In doing so, our students will discover the fundamental differences between Jesus and other gods, while preparing themselves to share the gospel with those who serve other gods.