DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING

Be trained in the Word of God

LEARN, APPLY, GROW...

Discipleship is not a one time event, rather discipleship is a process that extends throughout a Christian's life. At FBCCLOVER, we value learning God's Word, applying God's Word, and growing in God's Word. These three practices reflect a well rounded discipleship process that is evident in followers of Christ seeking to fulfill the mission of loving God, loving people, and making disciples. This discipleship season, we are offering classes that have relevancy to those in the Clover community. Additionally, each class will be taught by members of FBCCLOVER that exhibit the best relevancy to each course.


Below you will find a listing of all discipleship training classes being offered. Simply choose the class that stands out to you, and sign-up today. We look forward to seeing you this discipleship season!

SO THE NEXT GENERATION WILL KNOW

As Gen Z leaves the church in record numbers, the adults in their lives feel at a loss to stop the trend. Yet there are research-based and proven strategies that help young people both own their faith and effectively engage the world around them.


Sean McDowell, Ph.D., and Detective J. Warner Wallace have written and taught extensively on the subjects of culture, worldview, and apologetics. In So the Next Generation Will Know, McDowell and Wallace provide strategies and practical tactics from their own personal experiences to help parents, youth leaders, and Christian teachers train the next generation with the truth of the Christian worldview.


Each section of So the Next Generation Will Know features information that speaks directly to the various adults in a student’s life; interviews with pastors, apologists, teachers, and cultural experts; and examples of people and ministries who are effectively teaching truth to the next generation. With the right training, the young people you work with don’t have to be another statistic.


This Study will be lead by Stephen and Jennifer Camp

WHEN: Sunday Evening's at 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: Knox Building