Connect Groups are a great way for you and your family to get involved in fellowship with other people in the body of Christ. We offer a large variety of Biblical subject matter and interests. For more information about Connect Groups, email us at info@gctlh.org. Join a Connect Group today!

 

sunday Weekly connect Groups

Adult Bible Study
Sundays at 9:30am

Topic: Bible Study
Led by: Mike Barrentine
Email: pnm19774ever@netzero.com
Location: 2 Story Building, Room 104
Description:
Unit 1 - Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are three of the most familiar names in Scripture. The highs and lows of these men of faith can teach us much about what it means to trust and follow God.
Unit 2 - Pastoral Letters: 1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus
While these three epistles were written to young pastors, they deal with some of the most fundamental issues of faith—for ministers and laypeople alike.

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Sunday bi-weekly Connect Groups
Beginning August 26th

Dinner served at 5:30pm; Connect Groups at 6:15pm; Childcare provided

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Middle Age Adults (35 to 50 Suggested Age)*
Topic: Unshakable Hope by Max Lucado
Led by: Acey & Wendy Stinson, Shannon Davis
Email: aceystinson@yahoo.comdsssdavis@msn.com 
Location: TBD
Description: What are you anchored to—the circumstances of life or the promises of God? For every problem in life, God has given you a promise. Each chapter explores one significant promise and reveals how it will equip you to overcome challenging circumstances, experience lasting security, and make wise decisions. Join this adult Connect Group as they take a closer look at Scripture’s unbreakable promises and how to live with an unshakable hope.

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Adults
Topic: Connections
Led by: Pastor Brian Neugent, Brad Nester
Email: brian@gctlh.orgbradnester@outlook.com 
Location: Room 202
Description: Are you are new to Generations Church? Have you been around for a short time or maybe have been around      awhile? This class will help you learn more about the church and get connected in a greater way. Follow, Grow, Connect, Discover and Serve are the themes of our study. 

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Adults
Topic: Managing Our Finances God’s Way by Saddleback-Church
Led by: Larry & Pam Noda
Email: nodaman@aol.compknoda@aol.com 
Location: TBD
Description: Did you know there are over 2,350 verses in the Bible about money? Did you know that nearly half of Jesus' parables are about possessions? The Bible is packed with wise counsel about your financial life. In this Connect Group study you will discover what God say’s about money and how we can become better stewards. 

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50+ Adults (50 and Older Suggested Age)*
Topic: Cast of Characters by Max Lucado
Led by: Whit & Linda Sasser
Email: whit@gctlh.orglinda.sasser64@gmail.com 
Location: TBD
Description: Some of the most powerful stories from the Bible will come alive in this study through these inspiring selections from the writings of Max Lucado. This class will look at the most high-impact moments in the biblical narrative.

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Young Adults (25 to 40 Suggested Age)* 
Topic: The Good Book by Deron Spoo
Led by: Bubba and LaTressa Marschka
Email: lfo020@gmail.com
Location: TBD
Description: With engaging stories and fascinating biblical insights, The Good Book will help you better understand the bible in a way that make sense. This Connect Group will uncover the Bible's forty biggest ideas and help participants see how they apply to their own life today.

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Ladies
Topic: 5 Habits of a Woman Who Doesn’t Quit By Nicki Koziarz
Led by: Becky Neugent
Email: becky@gctlh.org 
Location: TBD
Description: Have you ever gotten to the place where you just couldn’t take it anymore? Dreams. Programs. Jobs. Relationships. There are so many different areas where we feel like calling it quits. It’s time for an honest conversation on how not to give in to the temptation to give up. This Connect Group will enable you to: Evaluate the internal personal struggles that make you want to quit. Cultivate consistent habits to help you progress toward your goals.

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Singles
Topic: In the Middle of the Mess by Sheila Walsh
Led by: Pam McCully
Email: pdmccully@yahoo.com 
Location: TBD
Description: From daily frustrations that can feel like overwhelming obstacles to hard challenges that turn into rock-bottom crises, in this Connect Group you will find the means to equip yourself for standing strong with God. Using the spiritual applications of confession, prayer, and meditation on Scripture to form a daily connection to Jesus, you will learn how to experience new joy as a child of God who is fully known, fully loved, and fully accepted.

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Spanish
Topic: Gideon by Priscilla Shirer
Led by: Julio & Felicia Rodriguez
Email: muneca61972@msn.com 
Location: TBD
Description: This study will encourage you to recognize your weakness as the key that the Lord gives you to unlock the full experience of His strength in your life. Instead of ignoring, neglecting, or trying to escape your weaknesses, learn to see them as the gifts given specifically and strategically by God. If you've ever felt insufficient, ill-equipped, incompetent, or outnumbered, this study is for you.

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Young Professionals (25 to 35 Suggested Age)*
Topic: Altar Ego by Craig Groeschel
Led by: Kelsey Quinn
Email: kelsey@gctlh.org 
Location: TBD
Description: Who do you think you are? This question may be harder to answer than you think. The world tells us one thing--that we want to be well-known, accomplished, or successful. Our friends and family tell us another--you're a father, a mother, a husband, a wife, a daughter or son. Our own hearts often tells us something else--you're empty, lonely, depressed, vain, or angry, and always will be. While some of these labels may be true, they are not the whole story. They don't reflect the deepest part of ourselves, and answer our questions for purpose and meaning. Only God can tell you who you truly are. Not the world, not your family and friends, not even yourself sometimes.We have a new identity in Christ and once we uncover what that is, our lives will never be the same.

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College Age (18 to 24 Suggested Age)*
Topic: Friend of Sinners by Rich Wilkerson Jr. 
Led by: Gray Odom & Austin Stinson
Email: grayodom22@gmail.comaustinstinson2017@gmail.com 
Location: TBD
Description: Why was Jesus accused of being a friend of sinners? Why did he put top priority on relationship not religion, acceptance rather than performance, and value friendship with him before behavior? In Friend of Sinners, you’ll discover a different Jesus, a Jesus who will radically change the way you see God, yourself, and others—a Jesus who will never give up on you, never stop loving you.

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Middle/High School (Grades 6th-12th)
Topic: Love Does by Bob Goff
Led by: Jesse & Kelly Stephens
Email: jesse@gctlh.org, jandk5397@yahoo.com 
Location: TBD
Description: This connect group will study Love Does by Bob Goff. When Love Does, life gets interesting. Each day turns into a hilarious, whimsical, meaningful chance that makes faith simple and real. Each chapter is a story that forms a book, a life and this is one life you don't want to miss. 

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Ladies
Topic: Health
Led by: Cindy Acree
Email: acree876@cs.com 
Location: 2 Story Building, Room 211
Description: This Connect Group is designed to help encourage ladies over 50 to reach their health goals. Through discussion and devotions ladies will have the opportunity to work on their health goals in a group setting.

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Tuesday BI-WEEKLY connect groups

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Adults
Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Topic: Driven by Eternity by John Bevere
Led by: Gayle Quinn
Email: gaylequinn50@hotmail.com 
Location: TBD
Description: Most people would be left destitute if they planned their futures as carelessly as they’ve prepared for eternity. Drawing on the principles in 2 Corinthians 5:911, John Bevere reminds us that all believers will stand before God and receive what they have earned in life. This study will help you be ready for that day, and maintaining an eternal frame of reference. In keeping sight of the goal, you will learn to labor for rewards that endure for timeless eternity.

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Adults
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Topic: Finishing the race
Led by: John Garner
Email: johngarner58@gmail.com 
Location: TBD
Description: In Hebrews 12:1, the writer gives us this admonition, “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.” In this study we will look at what it takes to run the race successfully. It takes preparation of both the body and the mind. In the same way, running the race that God has marked out for us requires preparation of our minds, our souls and our hearts. 

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Friday Bi-weekly connect groups

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Young Adults (25 to 40 Suggested Age)*
Fridays at 6:00 pm (off campus)
Topic: The Good Book by Deron Spoo
Led by: Brad & Melissa Dancel, Jonathan & Sarah Kamppi
Email: brad@gctlh.orgjonathan.kamppi@gmail.com 
Location: TBD
Description: With engaging stories and fascinating biblical insights, The Good Book will help you better understand the bible in a way that make sense. This Connect Group will uncover the Bible's forty biggest ideas and help participants see how they apply to their own life today.

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Adults: Date and time TBD
Topic: Couch to 5K
Led by: Chris & Natasha Hurt
Email: chris_hurt10@yahoo.com
Location: TBD
Description: Couch to 5K is a training program that allows runners of any level to combine faith and endurance. In this Connect Group you will be challenged physically and spiritually as you train for a 5K race as well as share encouraging devotions along the way.

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* Suggested ages for Connect Groups are general guides to help you find the best group for you. If you feel that a group with a different demographic would be a good fit for you, we encourage you to give it a try. You can always change groups if it doensn't meet your needs.