Alex City

Fall A- Introduction to Old Testament
Monday nights at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Early Rose Baptist Church, 57 E St, Alexander City, AL 35010
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer. Note: This site will offer Zoom as alternative for attendance.
Instructor: Dr. Melvin Ervin

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Fall B- Introduction to New Testament
Monday nights at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Early Rose Baptist Church, 57 E St, Alexander City, AL 35010
Students will be given an overview of the various sections of the New Testament. Instruction will be given on the authors, context, and content of the New Testament books. Attention will be given to the history of the New Testament and the development of the New Testament Canon. Note: This site will offer Zoom as alternative for attendance.
Instructor: Dr. Melvin Ervin

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Ashville-St Clair

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
St. Clair Baptist Association, 33620 US-231, Ashville, AL 35953
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: Michael Mills

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
St. Clair Baptist Association, 33620 US-231, Ashville, AL 35953
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: Danny Courson

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Athens - Limestone

Fall A- Personal Evangelism
Monday nights at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
First Baptist Church of Athens, AL
This course presents a study on the message, methods, and urgency of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Participants will study the foundational priorities of personal evangelism and various approaches and strategies both historically and currently.
Instructor: Keenan Braden

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Fall B- Effective Disciplemaking
Monday nights at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
First Baptist Church of Athens, AL
This course presents a study of the practices and methods of effective disciple-making in the church and individual context. Without an effective and intentional disciple-making strategy a church will only partially fulfill the Great Commission as found in Matthew 28: 19-20. Participants will learn how Christ developed, equipped, and sent disciples who make disciples.
Instructor: Noah Hicks

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Baldwin

Fall A- Introduction to New Testament
Thursday nights at 6 p.m. August 22- October 10
Baldwin Baptist Association, 15840 Silverhill Ave, Silverhill, AL 36576
Students will be given an overview of the various sections of the New Testament. Instruction will be given on the authors, context, and content of the New Testament books. Attention will be given to the history of the New Testament and the development of the New Testament Canon.
Instructor: Tim Mims

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Fall B- Paul's Letters
Thursday nights at 6 p.m. October 24- December 12
Baldwin Baptist Association, 15840 Silverhill Ave, Silverhill, AL 36576
The Pauline Epistles make up more than a third of the New Testament writings, and therefore it is important that Christians understand why Paul wrote his letters. Students will study the content of the letters and find applications for their Christian journey.
Instructor: Bill Patterson

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Beech-River-Lexington-TN

Fall A- Baptist Doctrines
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Beech River Baptist Association, 771 E. Church St. Lexington, TN
Using “The Baptist Faith and Message” as a guide, students will deepen their knowledge of historic Baptist beliefs and their relevance to the Church today. Students will also learn more about the uniqueness of Baptist polity in the landscape of denominationalism.
Instructor: Marty Comer

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Fall B- Spiritual Disciplines
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Beech River Baptist Association, 771 E. Church St. Lexington, TN
This course will assist the student in pursuing intimacy with and conformity to Jesus Christ through personal spiritual disciplines such as Bible intake, prayer, fasting, silence and solitude, and journaling. Students will learn valuable disciplines that will greatly enhance their walk with God.
Instructor: Stan Wafler

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Bessemer

Fall A- The Origins of the Bible
Monday nights at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 1343 Hueytown Rd, Hueytown, AL 35023
Can the Bible be trusted? How can we be sure that what we have today is what was passed down to us by the writers? This course will teach students how the scriptures came together through a process called canonization. Special attention will be given to the authority and inspiration of Scripture as well as giving assurance that the proper books are included in both the Old and New Testament Canons. Note: Microsoft Teams will be offered as an option for attending class.
Instructor: Lee Praytor

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Fall B- Biblical Interpretation
Monday nights at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 1343 Hueytown Rd, Hueytown, AL 35023
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: Lee Praytor

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Bibb

Fall A- Biblical Foundations
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Bibb Baptist Association Office, Centreville, AL
Many Christians have not taken the time to study the various doctrines of the Bible that are critical to our spiritual growth. The first section of Biblical Foundations will engage students in doctrines such as the Trinity, the second coming, the afterlife, etc. An Understanding of these Biblical foundations will lead believers to a deeper relationship with God. Note: This site offers Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Bill Russell

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Fall A- Biblical Foundations I
Wednesdays at 9 a.m. August 21- October 9
First Baptist Church, Woodstock, AL
Many Christians have not taken the time to study the various doctrines of the Bible that are critical to our spiritual growth. The first section of Biblical Foundations will engage students in doctrines such as the Trinity, the second coming, the afterlife, etc. An Understanding of these Biblical foundations will lead believers to a deeper relationship with God. Note: This site offers Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Bill Russell

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Fall B- Biblical Foundations II
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Bibb Baptist Association Office, Centreville, AL
This course is a continuation of the first section. Students will learn the doctrines of redemption, the church, the return of Christ, and how these doctrines impact their everyday lives. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Bill Russell

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Fall B- Biblical Foundations II
Wednesdays at 9 a.m. October 23- December 11
First Baptist Church, Woodstock, AL
This course is a continuation of the first section. Students will learn the doctrines of redemption, the church, the return of Christ, and how these doctrines impact their everyday lives. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Bill Russell

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Birmingham - West

Fall A- Personal Evangelism
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Grace Covenant Church, Birmingham, AL
This course presents a study on the message, methods, and urgency of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Participants will study the foundational priorities of personal evangelism and various approaches and strategies both historically and currently. Note: This location offers Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Michael Frazier

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Fall B- The Minor Prophets
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Grace Covenant Church, Birmingham, AL
The Minor Prophets are not minor in their importance or significance. These often-overlooked prophetic books hold incredible relevance for our world today. Students will learn more about the authors, their prophecies and the historicity behind their message. Note: This site offers Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Michael Frazier

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Calhoun - Anniston

Fall A- The Parables of Jesus
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Anniston First Baptist Church at McClellan
Jesus Christ was a master storyteller and often taught in parables. A parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning and Jesus would often use this type of communication when speaking to the crowds. This course will take a careful examination of each of the parables found in the Gospels and teach students how to apply the heavenly meanings to increase their intimacy with God. Note: This site will offer Zoom as an online option for attending class.
Instructor: Donnie Sills

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Fall B- The Life and Ministry of Jesus
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Anniston First Baptist Church at McClellan
Rarely do we find a comprehensive study on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Sometimes the task seems too daunting. This course is designed to give students a survey of the life of Jesus using a harmonious approach with the Gospel narratives. From his pre-incarnate ministry to his ascension this survey will examine the various highlights of his life and ministry for students to better understand our commitment to him through our Christian witness. Zoom will be offered as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Trey Brown

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Carbon Hill

Fall A- New Testament Background
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
First Baptist Church of Carbon Hill, 111 3rd Ave NE, Carbon Hill, AL 35549
There are 400 years between the Old and New Testaments which some call “the silent years.” In this course, students will learn of the influential events that helped to form the world of the New Testament. We know Jesus better when we know the political and historical events that shaped the world in which he lived. This course will help you understand and explain the cultural setting in the Gospels.
Instructor: Scott McCullar

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Fall B- The Book of Romans
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
First Baptist Church of Carbon Hill, 111 3rd Ave NE, Carbon Hill, AL 35549
The book of Romans contains some of the richest theological truths regarding the doctrine of salvation than any book in Scripture. It is a treasure trove of theological gems about grace, faith, righteousness, and justification. Some of the greatest theological minds in history trace their salvation back to reading Paul’s letter to the Romans. In this course, students will come to understand salvation through faith in Christ alone and the eternal truths surrounding that decision.
Instructor: Scott McCullar

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Chambers/LaFayette

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
East Liberty Baptist Association, 12087 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, La Fayette, AL 36862
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: Scott Ferguson

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
East Liberty Baptist Association, 12087 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, La Fayette, AL 36862
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: Cody Cline

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Chattanooga

Fall A- Letters of Peter
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Hamilton County Baptist Association Office, Chattanooga, TN
This course will teach participants the theological themes, historical context, and present-day application of First and Second Peter. Through a verse-by-verse examination of the Petrine epistle participants will find foundational truths of the Christian faith, encouragements for daily living despite trials, and the sufficiency of the grace of God as given through Jesus Christ. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Paul Frick

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Fall B- Book of Genesis
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 24- December 12
Hamilton County Baptist Association Office, Chattanooga, TN
The book of Genesis is foundational to the canon of Scripture as it answers the most critical questions about humankind’s relationship with God. The course will present a timeline of creation, the early covenants, and the history of the patriarchs through a chapter-by-chapter study. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: John Trewhella

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Chilton - Clanton

Fall A- The Book of Genesis
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Chilton Baptist Association Office, Clanton, AL
The book of Genesis is foundational to the canon of Scripture as it answers the most critical questions about humankind’s relationship with God. The course will present a timeline of creation, the early covenants, and the history of the patriarchs through a chapter-by-chapter study. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Tyler Eiland

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Fall B- Doctrine of Heaven
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Chilton Baptist Association Office, Clanton, AL
There are rampant misunderstandings in our culture today related to heaven. Who will be there? What will we do in heaven? Will we recognize one another and what will we look like? This course is designed to help participants construct a biblical understanding of eternity through examining what the Bible says about heaven. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Marc Hodges

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Choctaw - Butler

Fall A- New Testament Backgrounds
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Choctaw Baptist Association Office, Butler, AL
There are 400 years between the Old and New Testaments which some call “the silent years.” In this course, students will learn of the influential events that helped to form the world of the New Testament. We know Jesus better when we know the political and historical events that shaped the world in which he lived. This course will help you understand and explain the cultural setting in the Gospels.
Instructor: Terry Long

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Fall B- The Book of Romans
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Choctaw Baptist Association Office, Butler, AL
The book of Romans contains some of the richest theological truths regarding the doctrine of salvation than any book in Scripture. It is a treasure trove of theological gems about grace, faith, righteousness, and justification. Some of the greatest theological minds in history trace their salvation back to reading Paul’s letter to the Romans. In this course, students will come to understand salvation through faith in Christ alone and the eternal truths surrounding that decision.
Instructor: Terry Long

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Clarke

Fall A- Deuteronomy
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Clarke Baptist Association
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today.
Instructor: Mark Presswood

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Fall B- Christian Apologetics
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Clarke Baptist Association
What is apologetics? Some Christians believe it to mean apologizing for their faith, however, the word comes from the Greek, apologia from 1 Peter 3:15. It means to “give a defense” for the things we believe as believers. This course will prepare students to “give a defense for the hope that is within them.” Study will be given on creationism, the resurrection, suffering, and Christ as the only way to salvation.
Instructor: Mark Presswood

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Cleveland

Fall A- The Life and Ministry of Jesus
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Westwood Baptist Church, Cleveland, TN
Rarely do we find a comprehensive study on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Sometimes the task seems too daunting. This course is designed to give students a survey of the life of Jesus using a harmonious approach with the Gospel narratives. From his pre-incarnate ministry to his ascension this survey will examine the various highlights of his life and ministry for students to better understand our commitment to him through our Christian witness.
Instructor: Coby Goins

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Fall B- Deuteronomy
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Westwood Baptist Church, Cleveland, TN
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today.
Instructor: Coby Goins

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Coffee

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Coffee Baptist Association
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation. Note: This site will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Kaleb Wimberly

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Coffee Baptist Association
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: Kevin Lohorn

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Colbert - Lauderdale

Fall A- Baptist Doctrines
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Colbert-Lauderdale Baptist Association Office, Sheffield, AL
Using “The Baptist Faith and Message” as a guide, students will deepen their knowledge of historic Baptist beliefs and their relevance to the Church today. Students will also learn more about the uniqueness of Baptist polity in the landscape of denominationalism. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: TBD

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Fall B- Paul's Letters
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Colbert-Lauderdale Baptist Association Office, Sheffield, AL
The Pauline Epistles make up more than a third of the New Testament writings, and therefore it is important that Christians understand why Paul wrote his letters. Students will study the content of the letters and find applications for their Christian journey. Note: This course will be offered through Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: TBD

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Covington

Fall A- The Book of Genesis
Thursdays at 6 p.m. August 22- October 10
Ed Ganus Center at Covington Baptist Association Office, Andalusia, AL
The book of Genesis is foundational to the canon of Scripture as it answers the most critical questions about humankind’s relationship with God. The course will present a timeline of creation, the early covenants, and the history of the patriarchs through a chapter-by-chapter study. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Mike Flowers

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Fall B- Deuteronomy
Thursdays at 6 p.m. October 24- December 12
Ed Ganus Center at Covington Baptist Association Office, Andalusia, AL
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Mike Flowers

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Dekalb - Fort Payne

Fall A- The Life and Ministry of Jesus
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Ruhama Baptist Church
Rarely do we find a comprehensive study on the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Sometimes the task seems too daunting. This course is designed to give students a survey of the life of Jesus using a harmonious approach with the Gospel narratives. From his pre-incarnate ministry to his ascension this survey will examine the various highlights of his life and ministry for students to better understand our commitment to him through our Christian witness. Note: This site will offer Zoom as an online option for attending class.
Instructor: Jacob Daniels

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Fall B- John's Epistles
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Ruhama Baptist Church
This course is an exegetical study of John’s epistles. John writes his epistles to the 3rd generation of Christians who were battling heresies and had a waning passion for Christ. Within these epistles, participants will learn of the deity of Christ, the humanity of Christ, and a Messiah who offers light, life, and love. Note: Zoom will be offered as an alternative to attend class.
Instructor: Michael Miller

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Escambia - Atmore

Fall A- Pastoral Epistles
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
First Baptist Church of Atmore, AL
This course is an exegetical verse-by-verse study of first and second Timothy and Titus. These letters are generally referred to as the Pastoral Epistles because they are written to church leaders. The letters are filled with ecclesiological insights and should be considered collectively as the textbook for the modern church.
Instructor: Jonathan Hill

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Fall B- Christian Leadership
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
First Baptist Church of Atmore, AL
This course is a study of the essential elements needed to be effective in leading a ministry. Great leaders understand where they are in the process of leadership both regarding weakness and strength. They understand how to enhance their leadership style and develop leaders around them. Participants will learn where they are in the process of becoming effective leaders and how to fill in the leadership gaps that currently exist.
Instructor: Kevin Garrett

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Etowah - Gadsden

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Etowah Baptist Association Office, Gadsden, AL
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: Ryan Morris

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Etowah Baptist Association Office, Gadsden, AL
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: TBD

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Grainger TN

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Grainger Baptist Association, 178 Cambridge Drive, Rutledge, TN.
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: John Pinkston

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Grainger Baptist Association, 178 Cambridge Drive, Rutledge, TN.
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: TBD

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Harriman TN

Fall A- Introduction to New Testament
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Big Emory Baptist Association, 1245 S Roane St, Harriman, TN 37748
Students will be given an overview of the various sections of the New Testament. Instruction will be given on the authors, context, and content of the New Testament books. Attention will be given to the history of the New Testament and the development of the New Testament Canon. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Mike Hammonds

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Fall B- Paul's Letters
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Big Emory Baptist Association, 1245 S Roane St, Harriman, TN 37748
The Pauline Epistles make up more than a third of the New Testament writings, and therefore it is important that Christians understand why Paul wrote his letters. Students will study the content of the letters and find applications for their Christian journey. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Jason Lowe

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Hoover

Fall A- The Book of Revelation
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
The Station Church, 6270 S Park Drive Bessemer, AL 35022
The book of Revelation contains key elements of future events while pointing to Christ our victorious Lord. Many bible students shy away from the study of this book based on fears and misconceptions of its content. This class will give comprehensive attention to the themes and messages of Revelation through careful exegesis. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending class.
Instructor: Mark David Bradford

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Fall B- The Origins of the Bible
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
The Station Church, 6270 S Park Drive Bessemer, AL 35022
Can the Bible be trusted? How can we be sure that what we have today is what was passed down to us by the writers? This course will teach students how the scriptures came together through a process called canonization. Special attention will be given to the authority and inspiration of Scripture as well as giving assurance that the proper books are included in both the Old and New Testament Canons. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending class.
Instructor: Alvin Reid

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Huntsville

Fall A- Biblical Foundations II
Thursdays at 6 p.m. August 22- October 10
Madison Baptist Association, 2318 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville, AL 35801
This course is a continuation of the first section. Students will learn the doctrines of redemption, the church, the return of Christ, and how these doctrines impact their everyday lives.
Instructor: Bob Wilson

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Fall B- Personal Evangelism
Thursdays at 6 p.m. October 24- December 12
Madison Baptist Association, 2318 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville, AL 35801
This course presents a study on the message, methods, and urgency of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Participants will study the foundational priorities of personal evangelism and various approaches and strategies both historically and currently.
Instructor: TBD

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Kenai Alaska

Fall A- Introduction to New Testament
Sundays at 4:00 p.m. August 18- October 6
Anchor of Hope Church, 12815 Kenai Spur Hwy, Kenai, AK
Students will be given an overview of the various sections of the New Testament. Instruction will be given on the authors, context, and content of the New Testament books. Attention will be given to the history of the New Testament and the development of the New Testament Canon. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an option for class attendance.
Instructor: Jim Hamilton

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Fall B- Paul's Letters
Sundays at 4:00 p.m. October 20- December 8
Anchor of Hope Church, 12815 Kenai Spur Hwy, Kenai, AK
The Pauline Epistles make up more than a third of the New Testament writings, and therefore it is important that Christians understand why Paul wrote his letters. Students will study the content of the letters and find applications for their Christian journey. Note: This site will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: TBD

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McMinnville-TN

Fall A- Biblical Interpretation
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Central Baptist Association, 4064 Sparta HWY McMinnville, TN.
Instruction will be given in the various tools available today for interpreting the Scriptures and the critical role of the Holy Spirit. Students will learn how to interpret the Scriptures regarding the languages of the Bible, the context in which it was written, and how the various genres affect interpretation.
Instructor: Jeff Owens

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Fall B- Introduction to Old Testament
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Central Baptist Association, 4064 Sparta HWY McMinnville, TN.
Participants will learn more about the various genres of the Old Testament writings. Attention will be given to the Christology of the Old Testament and the application of the books in the life of the believer.
Instructor: Craig Carlson

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Mobile

Fall A- The Origins of the Bible
Mondays at 6:00 p.m. August 19- October 7
First Baptist Church of Tillman's Corner
Can the Bible be trusted? How can we be sure that what we have today is what was passed down to us by the writers? This course will teach students how the scriptures came together through a process called canonization. Special attention will be given to the authority and inspiration of Scripture as well as giving assurance that the proper books are included in both the Old and New Testament Canons. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Derek Allen

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Fall B- Deuteronomy
Mondays at 6:00 p.m. October 21- December 9
First Baptist Church of Tillman's Corner
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: TBD

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Montgomery

Fall A- Deuteronomy
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 14
Class Meets on Webex
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today. NOTE: This location will offer Webex as an option for attending class.
Instructor: D'Linell Finley

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Fall B- Baptist Doctrines
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Class Meets on Webex
Using “The Baptist Faith and Message” as a guide, students will deepen their knowledge of historic Baptist beliefs and their relevance to the Church today. Students will also learn more about the uniqueness of Baptist polity in the landscape of denominationalism. NOTE: This location will offer Webex as an option for attending class.
Instructor: D'Linel Finley

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Morgan

Fall A- TBD
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. TBD
TBD
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Instructor: TBD
Fall B- Course TBD
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. TBD
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Oneonta - Blount

Fall A- New Testament Background
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
First Baptist Church of Oneonta, AL
There are 400 years between the Old and New Testaments which some call “the silent years.” In this course, students will learn of the influential events that helped to form the world of the New Testament. We know Jesus better when we know the political and historical events that shaped the world in which he lived. This course will help you understand and explain the cultural setting in the Gospels. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Larry Gipson

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Fall B- The Book of Romans
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
First Baptist Church of Oneonta, AL
The book of Romans contains some of the richest theological truths regarding the doctrine of salvation than any book in Scripture. It is a treasure trove of theological gems about grace, faith, righteousness, and justification. Some of the greatest theological minds in history trace their salvation back to reading Paul’s letter to the Romans. In this course, students will come to understand salvation through faith in Christ alone and the eternal truths surrounding that decision. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending classes.
Instructor: Larry Gipson

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Pell City - St Clair

Fall A- The Book of Genesis
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Eden Westside Baptist Church, Pell City, AL
The book of Genesis is foundational to the canon of Scripture as it answers the most critical questions about humankind’s relationship with God. The course will present a timeline of creation, the early covenants, and the history of the patriarchs through a chapter-by-chapter study.
Instructor: Rick Earnest

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Fall B- Letters of Peter
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Eden Westside Baptist Church, Pell City, AL
This course will teach participants the theological themes, historical context, and present-day application of First and Second Peter. Through a verse-by-verse examination of the Petrine epistle participants will find foundational truths of the Christian faith, encouragements for daily living despite trials, and the sufficiency of the grace of God as given through Jesus Christ.
Instructor: Danny Courson

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Pensacola

Fall A- The Book of Hebrews
Thursdays at 6 p.m. August 22- October 10
First Baptist Church of Pensacola, FL
An exegetical study of the book of Hebrews. Hebrews is a rich letter that gives readers deep theological truths regarding the sufficiency of Jesus Christ. Though we know almost nothing regarding the author or recipients it is obvious that the epistle is written to present Christ as the completion of God’s covenant with the Hebrew people. Participants will find in studying this epistle that Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of each of the Old Testament themes and covenants.
Instructor: Josh Wallnofer

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Fall B- The Book of Romans
Thursdays at 6 p.m. October 24- December 12
First Baptist Church of Pensacola, FL
The book of Romans contains some of the richest theological truths regarding the doctrine of salvation than any book in Scripture. It is a treasure trove of theological gems about grace, faith, righteousness, and justification. Some of the greatest theological minds in history trace their salvation back to reading Paul’s letter to the Romans. In this course, students will come to understand salvation through faith in Christ alone and the eternal truths surrounding that decision.
Instructor: Nicholas Gandt

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Pickens - Lebanon

New Testament Background
Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. September 10- November 26
Pickens-Lebanon District Ministry Center, Carrollton, AL
There are 400 years between the Old and New Testaments which some call “the silent years.” In this course, students will learn of the influential events that helped to form the world of the New Testament. We know Jesus better when we know the political and historical events that shaped the world in which he lived. This course will help you understand and explain the cultural setting in the Gospels.
Instructor: David Johnson

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The Book of Deuteronomy
Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. September 10- November 26
Pickens-Lebanon District Ministry Center, Carrollton, AL
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today.
Instructor: Chris Wriley

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Rockford

Fall A- Personal Evangelism
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Rockford Baptist Church
This course presents a study on the message, methods, and urgency of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Participants will study the foundational priorities of personal evangelism and various approaches and strategies both historically and currently.
Instructor: Jeff Fuller

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Fall B- Effective Disciplemaking
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Rockford Baptist Church, Rockford, AL
This course presents a study of the practices and methods of effective disciple-making in the church and individual context. Without an effective and intentional disciple-making strategy a church will only partially fulfill the Great Commission as found in Matthew 28: 19-20. Participants will learn how Christ developed, equipped, and sent disciples who make disciples. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending class.
Instructor: Larry Gore

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Russell - Chatt Valley

Fall A- The Book of Revelation
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Russell Baptist Association, 1501 Broad Street Phenix City, AL.
The book of Revelation contains key elements of future events while pointing to Christ our victorious Lord. Many bible students shy away from the study of this book based on fears and misconceptions of its content. This class will give comprehensive attention to the themes and messages of Revelation through careful exegesis. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Jonathan McLain

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Fall B- The Origins of the Bible
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Russell Baptist Association, 1501 Broad Street Phenix City, AL.
Can the Bible be trusted? How can we be sure that what we have today is what was passed down to us by the writers? This course will teach students how the scriptures came together through a process called canonization. Special attention will be given to the authority and inspiration of Scripture as well as giving assurance that the proper books are included in both the Old and New Testament Canons. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Greg Hyche

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Selma University

Fall A- Baptist Doctrines in Partnership with Selma University
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Zoom
In this course, students will deepen their knowledge of Baptist beliefs, expressions of faith, and worship traditions in the African American context. The course will meet through Zoom.
Instructor: Allen J. Sims

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Fall B- Spiritual Disciplines In Partnership with Selma University
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Zoom
This course will assist the student in pursuing intimacy with and conformity to Jesus Christ through personal spiritual disciplines such as Bible intake, prayer, fasting, silence and solitude, and journaling. The student will learn valuable disciplines that will greatly enhance their walk with God. Participants will take part in the class through Zoom.
Instructor: John H. Williams Jr.

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Shelby Helena

Fall A- Baptist Doctrines
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
The Church at Old Town, 815 HWY 52 W, Helena, AL 35080
Using “The Baptist Faith and Message” as a guide, students will deepen their knowledge of historic Baptist beliefs and their relevance to the Church today. Students will also learn more about the uniqueness of Baptist polity in the landscape of denominationalism. NOTE: Zoom will be offered as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Jason Hobbs

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Fall B- Spiritual Disciplines
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
The Church at Old Town, 815 HWY 52 W, Helena, AL 35080
This course will assist the student in pursuing intimacy with and conformity to Jesus Christ through personal spiritual disciplines such as Bible intake, prayer, fasting, silence and solitude, and journaling. Students will learn valuable disciplines that will greatly enhance their walk with God. NOTE: This location will offer Zoom as an option for attending class.
Instructor: Josh Knierim

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Tallahassee

Fall A- The Acts of the Apostles
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Florida Baptist Association 1839 Jaclif Court Tallahassee, FL 32308
An exegetical study of the book of Acts including the impact of the Gospel, multiplication of the church and foundations of Christian Mission. The book of Acts is a continuation of the Gospel of Luke and gives us insight into the rapid spread of Christianity in the first century. Participants will study the rich history and theological context of this incredible book.
Instructor: Scott Carter

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Fall B- Effective Disciplemaking
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Florida Baptist Association 1839 Jaclif Court Tallahassee, FL 32308
This course presents a study of the practices and methods of effective disciple-making in the church and individual context. Without an effective and intentional disciple-making strategy a church will only partially fulfill the Great Commission as found in Matthew 28:19-20. Participants will learn how Christ developed, equipped, and sent disciples who make disciples.
Instructor: Scott Carter and Doug Bedgood

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Tallapoosa - Alexander City

Fall A- The Letters of Peter
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. August 20- October 8
Tallapoosa Baptist Association Office, Jackson's Gap, AL
This course will teach participants the theological themes, historical context, and present-day application of First and Second Peter. Through a verse-by-verse examination of the Petrine epistle participants will find foundational truths of the Christian faith, encouragements for daily living despite trials, and the sufficiency of the grace of God as given through Jesus Christ. Note: This location will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Tom Drake

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Fall B- The Book of Genesis
Tuesdays at 6 p.m. October 22- December 10
Tallapoosa Baptist Association Office, Jackson's Gap, AL
The book of Genesis is foundational to the canon of Scripture as it answers the most critical questions about humankind’s relationship with God. The course will present a timeline of creation, the early covenants, and the history of the patriarchs through a chapter-by-chapter study. Note: This site will offer Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Faron Golden

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Tarrant

Fall A- Effective Disciple Making
Mondays at 6 p.m. October 21- December 9
Pillar of Hope Church, 520 5th St, Birmingham, AL 35217
This course presents a study of the practices and methods of effective disciple-making in the church and individual context. Without an effective and intentional disciple-making strategy a church will only partially fulfill the Great Commission as found in Matthew 28: 19-20. Participants will learn how Christ developed, equipped, and sent disciples who make disciples. Note: The location offers Zoom as an alternative for attending class.
Instructor: Nate French

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Fall A- Personal Evangelism
Mondays at 6 p.m. August 19- October 7
Pillar of Hope Church, 520 5th St, Birmingham, AL 35217
This course presents a study on the message, methods, and urgency of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Participants will study the foundational priorities of personal evangelism and various approaches and strategies both historically and currently. Note: This location offers Zoom as an alternative for class attendance.
Instructor: Nate French

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Troy

Fall A- Pastoral Epistles
Mondays at 5:00 p.m. August 19- October 7
Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, Troy, AL
This course is an exegetical verse-by-verse study of first and second Timothy and Titus. These letters are generally referred to as the Pastoral Epistles because they are written to church leaders. The letters are filled with ecclesiological insights and should be considered collectively as the textbook for the modern church.
Instructor: Carl Hollis

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Fall B- Doctrine of Heaven
Mondays at 5:00 p.m. October 21- December 9
Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, Troy, AL
There are rampant misunderstandings in our culture today related to heaven. Who will be there? What will we do in heaven? Will we recognize one another and what will we look like? This course is designed to help participants construct a biblical understanding of eternity through examining what the Bible says about heaven.
Instructor: Carl Hollis

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Tuskegee

Fall A- Deuteronomy
Thursday nights at 6 p.m. August 22- October 10
Webex
As the second generation of Israelites prepares to enter the Promised Land, Moses delivers several discourses to prepare them to effectively live as people who are loyal and loving to God. This course examines these discourses found in the book of Deuteronomy. The course will offer a chapter-by-chapter exegesis of the book while examining the main themes, historical context, and application for the Christian today. Note: This site will meet on Webex only. There is no in person option.
Instructor: D'Linell Finley

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Fall B- Baptist Doctrines
Thursday nights at 6 p.m. October 17- December 12
Webex
Using “The Baptist Faith and Message” as a guide, students will deepen their knowledge of historic Baptist beliefs and their relevance to the Church today. Students will also learn more about the uniqueness of Baptist polity in the landscape of denominationalism. Note: This class will meet on Webex only. There is no in person meeting.
Instructor: D'Linell Finley

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Warren-McMinnville, TN

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