Harvest Classes

Harvest is about equipping disciple-makers



Jesus taught his followers to make disciples, not converts. Harvest Classes will equip you to make disciples as you grow in your knowledge of the Scriptures. Each class has been designed to help you understand and apply God’s Word with the ultimate goal of knowing, loving, trusting, and enjoying the Lord.

Whether you have a lot of time or a little time, whether you've studied the Bible for decades or have never opened the Bible before, there is a class for you.

Spiritual Growth: Developing Godly Habits | Begins June 5 | Wednesdays 7–8:30PM

There is a crucial distinction between the spiritually busy person and the spiritually healthy person. Walking with Christ is not simply about knowing information and agreeing with it. God’s desire is to transform his people into the image of Jesus Christ. This can only happen when the Spirit of God does a work in the soul. It is not a change that any man can bring about. It is done by God’s freely-given grace. Grace is opposed to earning but it is not opposed to effort. Spiritual Growth: Developing Godly Habits is about tapping into the channels of grace that God has designed to help us become more like Jesus. 

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Baptism Class | July 28 at 9:45AM

We love celebrating baptisms at Harvest. We believe baptism is a significant event in the life of a believer and we are excited to come alongside you as you are considering baptism. To help you understand the significance of baptism, we require every person to attend our Baptism Class to learn what the Bible says about baptism.

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Saturday Forums

Saturday Forums are offered to provide teaching on topics of critical importance to the Christian life. Each opportunity will provide teaching from an expert in the field and will allow you the opportunity to ask questions.


Saturday Forum: Being A Disciple With Purpose | July 20 at 9AM

Autopilot: When you do something without realizing you're doing it. In a world of constant distraction and competing demands for our time and attention, it's easy to do life on autopilot. We quickly move from one task to the next often not taking the time to consider why we are doing the things we are doing. As followers of Jesus, we are meant to do life on purpose. Join us as Dr. Garrett Higbee leads this forum on being a disciple with purpose. 

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