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!

Weekly Groups

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Adult Bible Study: Sundays at 9:30am
Topic: Kings of Judah, The Christian Family
Lead by: Mike Barrentine
Email: pnm19774ever@netzero.com
Location: Room 104
Description: Unit 1 Kings of Judah: One might wonder how studying the history of God’s people and the lives of long-deceased kings might apply to Christians in the twenty-first century. This unit reminds us that the great truths of faith over doubt and despair, of trust in God over self-reliance, and of humility over arrogance—reminders we need today as they did in the days of Judah’s kings. Unit 2 The Christian Family: How would you describe your family life growing up? Did you experience strong family ties built over generations of faith in Christ? Or do your memories bring apathy, regret, or even resentment? A person’s family experiences can greatly impact their relationships with others, and even pose unique challenges in their walk with God. This unit examines what Scripture teaches about family from biological, social, and spiritual perspectives. It looks at God’s instructions regarding the foundations of a godly family, and can help us develop healthy relationships regardless of our past experiences.

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Senior Adult Bible Study: Tuesdays at 10am
Topic: A life Beyond Amazing by Dr. David Jeremiah
Leader: Fay Dick
Email: donandfayforever2@gmail.com 
Location: Downstairs 2 story building
Description: Are you ready to become the person God has called you to be? In A Life Beyond Amazing, bestselling author Dr. David Jeremiah uncovers God's strategy for change and challenges you to make nine important decisions that will transform your heart, your life, and your world. This life-changing book explores the nine qualities of character that carry us forward. Three of these have to do with our relationship with ourselves, three deal with interactions with other people, and three of them focus on our relationship with God. Spiritual principles are true in any situation. But we must make a conscious decision to employ them in our daily lives.

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Adult Bible Study: Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Topic: The Book of James
Leader: John Garner
Email: johngardner58@gmail.com
Location: Downstairs 2 story building
Description: If you were on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict?   The author of the Epistle of James argues that, if we truly are saved by Grace and live by Faith, the evidence will be clear.  As we look at the Epistle of James we will see that the author bears down on practical Christian living.  He does not get away from the subject of faith, however. James argues that justification by faith is demonstrated by works.  Our faith must play out in the crucible of daily living.  Come explore with us this practical writing from the man who tradition tells us was given the name “Old Camel Knees” because he spent so much time in prayer.

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Sunday Bi-Weekly Groups Beginning January 21st

Dinner begins at 5:30pm; Connect Groups begin at 6:15pm
All Connect Groups are located in the two-story education building. 

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Adult Group
Topic: Anxious for Nothing by Max Lucado
Leader: Acey & Wendy Stinson, Shannon Davis
Email: aceystinson@yahoo.com, wendysstinson@yahoo.comsaddavis42@yahoo.com 
Description: In this Anxious for Nothing DVD Study by Max Lucado, we will examine Philippians 4:4–8 to show how we can be anxious for nothing and discover true peace from God that surpasses human understanding.

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Adult Group
Topic: Connections Class
Leader: Pastor Brian Neugent
Email: Brian@gctlh.org
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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Young Adults Group
Topic: The Daniel Dilemma by Chris Hodges
Leader: Gray Odom, Kelsey Quinn
Email: grayodom22@gmail.com, Kelsey@gctlh.org 
Description: In this study we will learn how to stand firm and love well in a culture of compromise. We will look at the lives of both Daniel and Jesus, showing us how we can stand up for God's truth in a morally corrupt culture while still loving others. As christians, we have real hope in Jesus that we have been called to share with others. In a world that rejects everything we believe, we face a dilemma: how do we walk closely with God without caving in to pressure or alienating those we want to reach?

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Middle School Students Group
Topic: #Struggle by Craig Groeschel
Leaders: Jesse & Kelly Stephens
Email: Jesse@gctlh.org
Description: We all love the benefits of technology and social media, but even with the incredible upsides, many of us suspect there are unintended negative consequences that are beyond our control. We’ve lost perspective, even perhaps ourselves. The more you compare, the less satisfied you are. The more filtered our lives become, the harder it is to be authentic.This study will teach the effects of social media on our emotions and our friendships, and shows us through real-life illustrations how we struggle and how we can overcome our struggles with Jesus’ life-changing gospel message.

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High School Students Group
Topic: Decisions by Rightnow Media
Leader: Shane & Merci Hotchkin
Email: shane@gctlh.org 
Description: Teenagers are constantly advised toward one extreme after another. Their parents and teachers likely push them toward maturity and responsibility. Friends usually suggest conformity to peers and pursuing that which will bring the most immediate pleasure. With all of these conflicting views, how does a Christian teenager decide how to live? This bible study encourages students to make every decision out of a worldview shaped by God's Word and centered around our Savior, Jesus.

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Ladies Group
Topic: Ditch the Dinner Dilemma: Devotions for the Busy Women
Leader: Becky Neugent
Email: becky@gctlh.org 
Description: Are you tired of fixing and eating the same old thing for dinner but are too busy to find something new to cook for dinner? If so, then join GC’s “Ditch the Dinner Dilemma” Connect Group. Becky Neugent will be sharing and demonstrating some of her favorite easy meals. We will also share life lesson devotions learned from the heart to the skillet. Not only will you get to see how to make the delicious meals, but you will get to taste them too.

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Adult Group
Topic: Cast of Characters-Common People in the Hands of an Uncommon God by Max Lucado
Leaders: Whit & Linda Sasser
Email: whit@gctlh.org, linda.sasser64@gmail.com 
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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Spanish Adult Group
Topic: Study of Denominations by Ethan Longhenry
Leader: Pastor Joe Acevedo
Email: joe@gctlh.org  
Description- Ever wonder why there are churches and denominations in the world? It can be confusing trying to figure out who believes what, and why? Where did the denominations come from? Did the early church have denominations? Find out answers to these and many more questions in A Study of Denominations, a handy guide for Christians who desire to discuss matters of faith with other believers.

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Singles Group
Topic: Anxious For Nothing by Max Lucado
Leader: Pam McCully
Email: pdmccully@yahoo.com 
Description- In this Anxious for Nothing DVD Study by Max Lucado, we will examine Philippians 4:4–8 to show how we can be anxious for nothing and discover true peace from God that surpasses human understanding.

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Mid-Week Bi-Weekly Groups

Adult Bible Study: Every other Tuesday at 6:30pm
Topic: The Book of Romans Part 2
Leaders: Gayle Quinn
Email: gaylequinn50@hotmail.com
Location: Downstairs in the 2 story building
Description:Join in on Part 2 of a in-depth study on the book of Romans. We will take a look at Paul’s writing’s to the church in Romans and discover the importance of his teachings.

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Sunday Evening Bi-Weekly Groups
Offsite

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Adult Group
Topic: What On Earth Am I Here For?
Leader: Ben and Ashley Thomas, Bubba and Latressa Marshcka
Email: benashthomas@hotmail.com
Description- The understanding of our unique purpose depends on how we answer this question.  The What on Earth Am I Here For? This study is a 6 session video & workbook teaching from Pastor Rick Warren. Inspired by the original Purpose Driven Life small group study.

This Group Meets Offsite at the Thomas' home

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