Core Facts Book

Throughout the series, we will be reading through Dr. Braxton Hunter’s “Core Facts” Book. Join us at a campus to purchase a physical copy of the book, or use the links below to access a digital copy of the book.


Wednesday Community Nights

Wednesday community nights are an opportunity to get to know new people while growing in your faith.

  • Starting September 20th
  • 6:30 – 8:00PM Wednesday nights
  • Childcare will be available.
  • Sign up here

Wednesday Community Night Class Descriptions

Weekly Huddle with Pastor Bret Nicholson 

Meets at East Campus

This group focuses on discussion around the weekly One Life message. It’s a great place to come meet people and learn a little more about the sermon topic.


Core Facts with Dr. Braxton Hunter 

meets at East Campus 

This class is taught by the author of the book “Core Facts”. Dr. Hunter will delve deeper into the topics presented in the book. This is a great class for anyone interested in learning more about apologetics and reasons to believe the truth of Christianity.


Shadows of Christ in the Old Testament with Karen Kizlin 

meets at East Campus 

The Bible is a book unlike any other, with depth of meaning in every verse. There are shadows of Christ hidden for us to discover. In this class we will go on a treasure hunt to see what we can uncover in the pages of the Old Testament. Proverbs 25:2 says, “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.” It is glorious when we go on a search and see Jesus standing on every page of the Bible. 


How to Read the Bible with Dan Gross 

meets at East Campus 

Daily reflection on Scripture is considered the number one way people move closer to God. The problem for many of us is that the Bible is confusing, archaic, and even boring. This class seeks to remove those barriers. 


Book of Matthew with Jason McCord 

meets at West Campus

This class is an introduction to the book of Matthew where we will take off the 21st century glasses we tend to have on when interpreting the Bible. We will look at this first gospel of Jesus and gain new perspectives and confidence in our understanding of who Jesus was and is.


Women’s Bible Discussion with Tiffany Miller 

meets at West Campus

Beginning with the Book of Ruth, we will explore the characters and the situations they were met with. Together we will discuss, through the story, our own experiences, examples, and situations we find ourselves in from time to time.