7:00 - 8:30pm
BIBLE STUDY METHODS - RM 2005 - Sam Tates - 1/16 thru 4/10/18
In this class, participants will learn the key elements to observe what the bible says, interpret what the Bible means and how it correlates from then to now. Participants are challenged to apply what they have learned to their life. Required books are available in the bookstore.

Registration not open. 


7:00 - 8:30pm
NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY II - RM 2015 - Donald Bookman - 1/16 thru 4/24/18

This introductory level study of the New Testament books 1 Timothy thru Revelation.  The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the theme of each book and study many of the significant chapters of each book.   Required book available at the bookstore. 

 


 7:00 - 8:30pm

OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY II - RM 2004 - Michael Richard & Michael Gunter -1/16 thru 4/24/18

This course provides an overview of the Old Testament from Job through Malachi. the purpose of the study is to acquire a general understanding of the historical, cultural, and prophetic facts of the significant chapters of each book. Required book is available in the bookstore.

 


7:00 - 8:30pm
NDCBF CHURCH DOCTRINE "WHAT WE BELIEVE"- RM 2017 - Jason Turner -  2/22 thru 3/29/18, and 4/26 thru 5/31/18

Journey through the key principles of what we believe here at NDCBF, and gain a full understanding of our church's doctrinal statement.

Registration not open. 


 

DISCIPLE IV- The Disciple Bible Study program is designed to develop the discipline of consistent Bible study. Through Disciple, persons are strengthed in their faith and guided into service and ministry.

1/16-5/15/18 |  Linda Knapp | 6:30pm-8:30pm | Room 2014  

PLEASE NOTE: Bibles are required to participate in this Disciple Bible Study Program. You may use your existing Bible, or you may consider purchasing one from the NDCBF Bookstore.  If you decide to purchase a bible, we strongly recommend the Zondervan NASB Life Application Study Bible.

Spring registration opens soon.