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Midweek Adult Classes

Each fall and spring, Prestonwood offers opportunities for spiritual development in focused classes. Choose a class that interests you, and join us!

  • Childcare is available.
  • Class seating is limited, so register early!

Plano Campus - Midweek Classes

Beginning August 21

All weekly classes meet on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Classes will not meet on the first Wednesday of each month due to First Wednesday.

Single & Parenting
Hilary Trimble
Room A201, 6:30 p.m.
August 21–November 20

If you’re a single parent, you’re probably tired, overwhelmed and feeling a bit underappreciated. This group will allow you to share and learn tips and parenting wisdom that will help you find rest, hope and encouragement. (Workbook is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

DivorceCare
Dave Ostreloh
Room A203, 6:30 p.m.
August 21–November 20

Most people who have been through a separation or divorce will tell you that they are incredibly painful and stressful experiences. DivorceCare helps you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. (Workbook is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

DivorceCare for Kids
Room A204, 6:30 p.m.
Begins August 21

DivorceCare for Kids, DC4K, provides a safe, fun place where your children will learn to understand their feelings, express their emotions appropriately, feel better about themselves and develop coping skills. (Workbook is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

Intentional Parenting during the School Year
Dr. Larry Taylor, Head of School Prestonwood Christian Academy
Faith Chapel
August 28 (one class only)
6:45–7:45 p.m.

With back-to-school comes back-to-busy. Between sports, academics and social life, kids’ time runs out quickly; however, spiritual discipline should still be a priority in their life. Join Prestonwood Christian Academy Head of School Dr. Larry Taylor as he unpacks how parents can be intentional during the school year to disciple their kids of any age, from preschool through high school.

Making Your Case for Christ by Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg
Blaine Porter
Room W208
September 11–October 23

In this six-week training course by Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg, you will be equipped with practical tools to help you articulate your faith to your unsaved friends and present evidence that backs up Jesus’ claims and credentials. (Workbook is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

Homegrown: Cultivating Kids in the Fruit of the Spirit by Dr. Josh and Christi Straub
Coby & Sally Allen
Room A103-105
September 11–October 23

In this six-session study, discover the Fruit of the Spirit in the context of your parenting, learn how to cultivate growth in your children, and explore practical ways to live out the Fruit of the Spirit together. (Book is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

Where Is God? Finding His Presence, Purpose and Power in Difficult Times by Dr. John Townsend
Room W210
September 11–25

In this video series, Dr. John Townsend offers new insights into the pursuit for God’s help and presence. Designed to give you hope and meaning, he answers questions such as “Why does a good God allow hard times?”

Living in God’s Economy
Ron Kelley
Room W207
September 11–October 23

This six-week class is for those seeking true financial-freedom living according to God’s economy. Learn nine principles pertaining to money and possessions to implement in your life.

Exodus
Dr. Stephen Presley, Associate Professor of Christ History and Director of the Center for Early Church Studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Faith Chapel
September 11–November 20

Join Dr. Presley as he unpacks the book of Exodus during this powerful study. 

Living Free
Dr. Randy Mohundro
Room A109, 6:00 p.m.
September 11–November 13

Join our Christ-centered recovery ministry to experience freedom in Christ from struggles such as chemical dependency, depression, codependency, anger and many other personal struggles.

Defined: Who God Says You Are
Men’s Class (Room W202) - Mark Phanco
Women’s Class (Room W204) - Linda Seymour
September 11–November 13

Before asking, “Who am I,” we need to be able to answer “Who is God?” This video series, inspired by the Kendrick Brothers’ feature film Overcomer, utilizes various Scriptures to teach that we are made in the image of God. (Workbook is available for purchase in the Prestonwood Bookstore.)

What Every Growing Christian Needs to Know by Greg Laurie
Room W210
October 9–30

As a Christian, if you are not growing spiritually, you are regressing. In this video series, Greg Laurie gives some time-tested advice on how to make sure you are moving forward in your spiritual life. Learn basic disciplines to keep you pressing on and growing in the faith, so that you can become a mature believer and help others in their spiritual walk.

Before You Say, “I Do”
Room A203-204, 6:45 p.m.
October 9–November 20

Before You Say, “I Do” imparts biblical perspective and practical principles for a successful marriage. The sessions will help create a lasting, fulfilling relationship. Each semester includes seven fun and intense topics, and the semester is offered several times a year.

Christianity and ….
Kerby Anderson, President of Probe Ministries and Host of Point of View Radio
Room W207
November 13–20

Join Kerby Anderson as he compares the teachings of Christianity with the teachings of Hinduism and Islam.

Memory Care Support Group
Class meets Sept. 11, Oct. 16, Nov. 13
Room A207

If you are caring for a loved one with memory issues, whether at the beginning or latter stages, please join us for this special time of encouragement.

Caregiver Support Group
Class meets Aug. 28, Sept. 25, Oct. 30, Nov. 20
Room A207

Caregivers do some of the most important and hardest work in our society. If you find yourself in this role, join our Caregiver Support Group. Here you will find encouragement, information, inspiration and a place to share what you are going through with others who are in a similar situation.

Community of Prayer
Dr. Richard Manning
The Prayer Tower

Join us each week as we pray for the Church, the nation and the world.

Perspectives
Loft 456
August 27–December (Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.)

Experience 15 powerful lessons that have equipped thousands of everyday believers with greater vision, hope and passion. In Perspectives, Scripture, history, culture and strategy converge to reveal the unfolding of God’s redemptive purposes. He is on a mission to bless the peoples of the earth, and you’re invited to join Him.

Register - Plano Campus

North Campus - Midweek Classes

Beginning September 11

All weekly classes meet on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Classes will not meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Instead, please join us for worship, prayer and teaching at First Wednesday in the Worship Center at 6:45 p.m.

Stronger Women by Dr. Brooke Jones
Lauren Loafman
Room B238-240
August 21–November 20
6:00 p.m.

Stronger Women, by Dr. Brooke Jones, founder of Stronger than Espresso, brings God’s healing to deep unspoken wounds, refocusing faith, restoring hope, igniting passion and purpose. Abusive experiences leave wounds lasting decades after the trauma of abuse is over. Survivors often move on, but are left overwhelmed by shame, fear, low self-esteem and powerlessness. This study helps survivors build resilience and healing through self-reflection and self-awareness.

Living Free (Men’s Class)
Mike Brown
Room B242
September 11–November 20

Living Free uses 7 Pillars, a powerful cinematic study that is transforming the lives of men around the world, to focus on biblical teaching and proven principles to help men conquer pornography and lust, so that they may walk in freedom.

History of Christianity
Ben Lacey
Room B235-236
September 11–November 20

Are the Gospels reliable and historically accurate? Whatever happened to the 13 apostles? Why are there so many Christian denominations today? These questions, and many more, will be answered in History of Christianity

One Life
Shawn Callander
Room B241
September 11–November 20

Before someone else passes into eternity unprepared, will you commit to share the love of Christ with one person? It could be your neighbor, a friend or a family member. Discover how to effectively share your faith through a simple and practical method of evangelism. By practicing hands-on methods and using weekly training, you will gain the skills to feel confident to share the beauty of God’s story.

Book of Genesis
Tom Davenport
Room B233
September 11–November 20

The book of Genesis is the story of the triune God creating the world, animals and humanity. Although Genesis was written many centuries ago, it still provides great clarity to the nature and character of God, and how our current world came to be. This study will seek to further deepen our understanding of God and his plans and purposes for all humanity.

Adorned (Women’s Class)
Tasha Calvert
Room B239
5:30 p.m.
September 11–November 20

For those who are unable to attend our in-depth morning Bible classes, please join us each Wednesday night from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. as we study Scripture and pray. We’ll learn more about the God we serve and study life lessons found in the Bible.

Tightening the Knot
Phil and Carol Sallee
Room B237
September 11–November 20

God designed and ordained marriage for a very holy purpose. We will discover God’s purpose for marriage and have critical conversation about how to make marriage work. We will discuss marriage in a manner that honors both husband and wife and brings glory to God.

Hope in the Midst
Eric and Alexa Van Hal
Room B230
September 11–November 20

Supporting couples who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss by building relationships and encouraging one another in the biblical hope we have in Jesus Christ.

Let Me Explain…
Connor Bales
Room B231-232
September 11–November 20

This is a cultural Christian apologetics course on the what we believe as Christ-followers, and more importantly, the biblical reason why we believe it. We will cover five culturally relevant issues: “Let me explain…” 

  • Why I choose to believe the Bible
  • Why I believe Jesus is the only way
  • Why I believe in God’s design for the family
  • Why I believe all lives matter
  • Why I believe in sharing my faith

Register - North Campus

CLASES BÍBLICAS PARA ADULTOS – ESPAÑOL

Campus de Plano

Clase Bíblica de Matrimonios – Salón A205
Matrimonios Sobre la Roca
Maestros: Luis y Martha Gutiérrez
Fortalece tu matrimonio de acuerdo al diseño de Dios y crezcamos juntos en un Matrimonio Sobre la Roca.

Clase Bíblica de Mujeres – Salón S205
Principios para la Vida Práctica
Maestra: Aggie Mellado
Estaremos descubriendo temas prácticos en la Biblia para la mujer de hoy.

Escuela de Ministerio – Salón A208
Maestro: Pastor Gilberto Corredera
Prepárate para servir a Dios con excelencia, en el ministerio en el que Él te ha llamado. Estaremos aprendiendo sobre: Evangelismo y Discipulado, Doctrinas Esenciales, Interpretación Bíblica y mucho más.


Other Options
Parents, take advantage of our KIDZ MinistryStudent Ministry and Music & Worship programs during the week!