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iResolve Classes

It’s always easy to make resolutions … it’s a lot harder to keep them. Let us help you keep some of the resolutions we all seem to strive for each year. (Make a resolution to join us for these resolution classes!)

Plano Campus - iResolve Classes

Wednesdays (Jan. 16, 23 & 30)
6:45–7:45 p.m.

iResolve to be an intentional grandparent.
January 23
Pastor Jack & Deb Graham
Faith Chapel

Do you want to make an impact on your grandchildren’s lives? Do you want to grow closer to them, develop meaningful relationships, and leave a legacy of faith for them? If so, learn how to start making it happen; it won’t happen on its own.

iResolve to strengthen my devotional life.
January 16 & 23

Jeff Young, Minister of Spiritual Development 
Room A112

Does the fast-paced, high-stress world that we live in often leave you discouraged? Whether you are a new Christian or have been walking with Christ for a long time, this class will provide tools to strengthen your devotional life in the midst of a busy world.

iResolve to live healthier.
January 16 & 23

Maria Bower
Room A103-105

Join author of “Faith Vs Weight: Magnifying the Glory of God by Reclaiming Your Energy to Serve the Kingdom” Maria Bower as she discusses different ways that you can cultivate habits to positively change your health.

I resolve to get out of debt.
January 23

Ron Kelley, Director of Prestonwood Foundation
Room A203-204

Does the thought of debt keep you awake at night? The stress of debt can affect people physically, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. This class will help you create a plan to begin the process of gaining financial freedom.

iResolve to have a healthy brain.
January 23

Alzheimer’s Association
Room A207

Join us to learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and social engagement, and use hands-on tools to help incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

iResolve to develop and maintain a biblical worldview.
January 23

Dan Panetti, Director of Worldview at Prestonwood Christian Academy
Room W202

Learn how we, as Christians, can create and maintain a framework based upon the Bible in which we understand and interact with the culture and world in which we live.

iResolve to use media less and be with family more.
January 23

Jameson Barker, Minister of Student Discipleship
Room W204

American adults spend more than 11 hours each day listening to, watching, reading, or generally interacting with media. This class will feature ways to decrease this statistic in order to invest spiritually in those around you—spouse, kids, grandkids, friends or whomever.

iResolve to organize my life with technology.
January 30
Ryan Irwin, Associate of Spiritual Development
Room A203-204

This class will give you practical tools and tips in order to organize your life with all that technology has to offer.

iResolve to reduce conflict in communication.
January 30
Dr. John Potter, Clinical Assistant Professor for Dispute Resolution, Southern Methodist University
Room A103-105

Dr. John Potter has been an active practitioner in dispute resolution and conflict management since 2001. Learn simple ways to resolve conflict within different relationships in our lives.

iResolve to study the Bible.
January 30
Dr. Stephen Presley, Associate Professor of Church History and Director of the Center for Early Christian Studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Room A112

The Bible is important to study, however we need to make sure we are using correct theory and methodology when interpreting what the Bible has to say and how we apply it to our lives. Join Dr. Stephen Presley as he explains why hermeneutics is so important when studying Scripture.

iResolve to have a healthy pregnancy.
January 30

Chris Willhite and Amanda Mast
Room W202

This group will look at a scientifically-based, preconception-to-pregnancy program that promotes healthier pregnancies and healthier children.

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North Campus - iResolve Classes

Wednesdays (Jan. 16 & 23)
6:45–7:45 p.m.

iResolve to live healthier.
January 16 & 23

Melody Bradley
Room B257-258

Learn to cultivate healthy habits in 2019 that will transform your mental, physical and spiritual health. With vast experience in the wellness and fitness world, Melody will share sound advice on creating a realistic plan for healthier eating, meal planning and exercising.

iResolve to be financially fit.
January 16 & 23

Alex Ridley
Room B238

Start the process to becoming financially fit in 2019. This class will help provide practical resources and wisdom on overcoming debt, budgeting, saving for the future, and planning for retirement.

iResolve to reach my neighbor.
January 16 & 23

Shawn Callander
Room B241

In our rapidly growing area, there is a massive need to love and reach out to the community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This class will focus on how to share the Gospel as well as provide practical tips on how to befriend your neighbors and meet their needs.

iResolve to become an iPhone guru.
January 16 & 23

Ben Lacey
Room B231-232

Do you get frustrated and overwhelmed by your smartphone? This class will help you know the ins and outs of your phone to help you be more productive and efficient. Make 2019 the year you finally master your phone.  

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Midweek Classes
To view other adult midweek classes, click here.

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