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Midweek Adult Classes

Each fall and spring, Prestonwood offers opportunities for spiritual development in focused classes. Choose a class that interests you, and join us!

  • Childcare is available.
  • Class seating is limited, so register early!

Plano Campus - Midweek Classes

All weekly classes meet on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Classes will not meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Instead, please join us for worship, prayer and teaching at First Wednesday in the Worship Center at 6:45 p.m.

Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World: What’s New, What’s Now, What’s Next?
Guest Speaker Katie Greer
Sept. 12 (one day only)
Chapel

A recent study showed that kids ages 8 to 18 spend an average of seven-and-a-half hours a day in front of some sort of screen. With kids as young as kindergarteners having access to devices (both at home and at school), it’s imperative that we have proactive conversations about digital safety. Is your school/household actively talking about ways to keep kids safe? This program will cover major current issues such as social networking (Instagram®, SnapChat®, Facebook®, etc.), cyberbullying, messaging and more. Learn how to keep your kids and schools safe in this technology-driven world.

Act like Men by James MacDonald (Men’s Class)
Teacher: Sam Boleman
Aug. 22 –Oct. 10 
Room W202

This book and class help men grow into exactly what God has called them to be. Men are struggling not to slip into superficial, self-indulgent secularism, when so many on every side are running in that direction. The need is urgent and the time is now for real revival in the hearts of men.

The Mountains Are Calling: Making the Climb for a Clearer View of God and Ourselves by Dr. Jarrett Stephens (Women’s Class)
Teacher: Chrissie Dunham
Aug. 22–Oct. 24
Room W204

This new book by Teaching Pastor Dr. Jarrett Stephens provides an overview of the mountaintop experiences mentioned in Scripture where God met with His followers for the express purpose of greater clarity on two questions: Who is God? and Who am I? Each chapter provides the reader with a clear picture of God’s character and how those attributes both challenge and encourage us.

Connecting with God and Others
Teacher: Matt Mullins, Minister to Open Division
Sept. 12–Nov. 14
Room W208

Discover how our relationship with God influences our relationships with other people. This class is designed for adults on the Autism Spectrum who exhibit age-appropriate abilities as well as people who will come alongside them to encourage and enhance their church experience.

A Lasting Promise by Scott Stanley (Marriage Class)
Teacher: Shelley Raymond, MA in Biblical Counseling
Aug. 22–Oct. 24
Room A203-204

A Lasting Promise is designed to help Christian couples make their relationship the best it can be. It will challenge you to think about marriage from a biblical perspective and help you to see yourself, your partner, and your relationship in a whole new light. 

Ezekiel
Teacher: Dr. Stephen Presley, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Professor
Aug. 22–Oct. 24
Room A112              

Join Dr. Stephen Presley as he unpacks the book of Ezekiel.

DivorceCare
Aug. 22–Nov. 14
Room W210

Most people will tell you that separation and divorce are the most painful and stressful experiences they’ve ever faced. DivorceCare helps you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.

Single & Parenting
Teachers: Tom & Sharon Mader
Aug. 22–Nov. 14
Room W212

If you’re a single parent, you’re probably tired, overwhelmed and feeling a bit underappreciated. This group will allow you to share tips and parenting wisdom to help you find rest, hope and encouragement.

Community of Prayer
Teacher: Dr. Richard Manning
Aug. 22–Nov. 14
Prayer Tower

Join us each week as we pray for the Church, the nation, and the world.

Living Free: Breaking Addiction’s Chains
Teacher: Dr. Randy Mohundro
Aug. 22–Nov. 14
Room A109
6:00 p.m.

Join our Christ-centered recovery ministry to experience freedom in Christ from struggles such as chemical dependency, depression, codependency, anger and many other personal struggles.

Memory Care Support Group
Aug. 15, Sept. 12, Oct. 10 and Nov. 14
Room A207

If you are caring for a loved one with memory issues, whether at the beginning or latter stages, please join us for this special time of encouragement.

Caregiver Support Group
Aug. 29, Sept. 26, Oct. 24, and Nov. 28
Room A207

Caregivers do some of the most important work in our society and some of the hardest. If you find yourself in this role, join our newly formed Caregiver’s Support Group. Here you will find encouragement, information, inspiration, and a place to share what you are going through with others in a similar situation.

Living in God’s Economy

Teacher: Ron Kelley
Sept. 12–Oct. 24
Room A103-105

This six-week class is for those seeking true financial-freedom, living according to God’s economy. Learn nine principles to implement in your life pertaining to money and possessions.

The Way of the Master
Teachers: Blaine Porter and Dean Emmert
Aug. 22–Oct. 24
Decision Encourager Room

Learn to overcome your fears by using a simple, powerfully effective way to make the Gospel make sense to those you care about. We won’t just tell you how to witness—we show you through fascinating, real-life, biblically based conversations on which you can “eavesdrop” as we witness to people from all walks of life. It couldn’t be more exciting or more effective.

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North Campus - Midweek Classes

All weekly classes meet on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Classes will not meet on the first Wednesday of the month. Instead, please join us for worship, prayer and teaching at First Wednesday in the Worship Center at 6:45 p.m.

Theology 101
Teacher: Ben Lacey
Room B240| August 22

God doesn’t call every Christian to seminary, but there are certain matters of doctrine—that is, the Church’s teaching—that every Christian must know. Theology is important because what we believe affects how we live. If you’re a relatively new believer in Jesus, or if you’re a more mature Christian looking for a quick brush-up on basics of the faith, Theology 101 is for you.

The Conquer Series
Teacher: Mike Brown
Room B242| August 22

The Conquer Series is a powerful cinematic study that is transforming the lives of men around the world, as it focuses on biblical teaching and proven principles to help men conquer pornography and walk in freedom.

Book of Genesis
Teacher: TBA
Room B231-232| August 22

The book of Genesis is the story of the triune God creating the world, animals and humanity. Although Genesis was written many centuries ago, it still provides great clarity to the nature and character of God, and how our current world came to be. This study will seek to further deepen our understanding of God and His plans and purposes for all humanity.

Practical Parenting
Teacher: Justin McAdams
Room B257-258| September 12

Parenting can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding, responsibilities in life. One of the greatest ways to parent is with Christian community. This study will cover topics such as protecting your children in the age of technology, raising strong-willed children, God’s design for discipline, leading family devotions, and saving for college.

Working Moms Class
Teacher: TBA
Room B239| August 22

You can’t do it all—“working moms” know this firsthand. If you feel overwhelmed from the pressure of balancing work and family, make plans to join us for an hour each week as we gather to share, pray, and be coached by women who have successfully navigated the role of working mom and found peace of mind. If God has called you to this role, allow us to come alongside you and offer some practical equipping and encouragement for your journey.

Stronger Women
Teacher:
Room B241| August 22

Stronger Women, by Dr. Brooke Jones, founder of Stronger than Espresso, brings God’s healing to deep unspoken wounds, refocusing faith, restoring hope, and igniting passion and purpose. Abusive experiences leave wounds lasting decades after the trauma of abuse is over. Survivors move on, but are often left overwhelmed by shame, fear, low self-esteem and powerlessness. This study helps survivors build resilience and healing through self-reflection and self-awareness.

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CLASES BÍBLICAS PARA ADULTOS – ESPAÑOL

Campus de Plano

Clase Bíblica de Matrimonios – Salón A205
Matrimonios Sobre la Roca
Maestros: Luis y Martha Gutiérrez
Fortalece tu matrimonio de acuerdo al diseño de Dios y crezcamos juntos en un Matrimonio Sobre la Roca.

Clase Bíblica de Mujeres – Salón S205
Principios para la Vida Práctica
Maestra: Aggie Mellado
Estaremos descubriendo temas prácticos en la Biblia para la mujer de hoy.

Escuela de Ministerio – Salón A208
Maestro: Pastor Gilberto Corredera
Prepárate para servir a Dios con excelencia, en el ministerio en el que Él te ha llamado. Estaremos aprendiendo sobre: Evangelismo y Discipulado, Doctrinas Esenciales, Interpretación Bíblica y mucho más.

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