Fall Bible Studies

2 Timothy 3:16 — All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable 
for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness...

Understand more.
Live Better.

Discipleship is a life long journey of studying and applying God’s Word to our lives. Our purpose at Lake Country is to make disciples through the power of the Gospel and we believe a big part of that is through Biblical education.  It is our desire to have a focused approach to our Biblical education, making  sure that purposeful growth is taking place in the lives of God’s people.  Join us as we go on this journey together.

Fall Quarter 2021 Schedule

 Bible Studies will meet on Wednesdays at 7pm beginning September 8th, 2021. 


Led Lance Massingale (Men) & Kerri Russell (Women)

The book of Joshua records a key period in the outworking of God’s plan to redeem his people from slavery in Egypt. At God’s command and under Joshua’s leadership, the nation of Israel invaded Canaan―the land God had promised his people.
 In this study, pastor Trent Hunter offers readers rich insights into the book’s overarching story of salvation and the ultimate rest offered to all who trust in Christ for salvation― helping them apply its message to their lives today.


Over the course of 12 weeks, this study will explore the book of Genesis and:
  • Ask thoughtful questions
  • Show how each passage unveils the gospel
  • Tie the text in with the whole story of scripture
  • Illuminate the doctrines taught in each passage
  • Discover practical implications
  • Help us better understand and apply God's Word

Step by Step Through the Old Testament

Led by Pastor Micah (Men & Women)

Step by Step Through the Old Testament by Waylon Bailey and Tom Hudson provides a framework for understanding and interpreting the Old Testament, and teaches biblical background material.


  • Step by Step Through the Old Testament by Waylon Bailey and Tom Hudson

Ladies Inductive Bible Study

Led by Kathy Weeks (Ladies Only)

This class will be implementing the inductive Bible study method (observe, interpret, apply) using the guidance of a workbook that has suggestions of activities to guide us through Romans 8.   Learn skills that can be applied to any action of scripture.
A  Inductive Study, Romans 8 delivers the heart of biblical theology in one power-packed chapter and answers questions that make all the difference. Where can I find power to follow God? How do I know God hears my prayers? What does be "called by God" mean? Can I ever be separated from God's love? "Mindset: Learning and Living the Will of God" dives deep into Romans 8 and takes us on a journey across the pages of Scripture to discover truth for ourselves and wrestle with how knowing truth and thinking biblically will change how we see the world and live in it. We can't stop with knowing truth . . . we need to press on and live it!


  • A Copy of the Mindset Work Book by Pam Gillaspie

The Gospel Project for Students - From Creation to Chaos

Led by Tyler Storz (6-12th Grade Only)

Christ-centered, Chronological Bible Studies for Students.

The Gospel Project helps students center their lives on the gospel, replacing the desire to be “good” with the empowering transformation that comes only from Jesus Christ. These group Bible studies are designed to get as much gospel into our students’ lives as possible, helping them connect to a gospel-filled support system and equipping them for gospel conversations in their community.