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...

The Bible is for everyone.

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.

Spring Quarter 2022 Schedule

 Bible Studies will meet on Wednesdays at 7pm beginning April 13th, 2022. 


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

Why would Christians study a book like Judges, a book that would easily be rated R for its content if produced for the modern screen? Death and slaughter, human sacrifice and betrayal, illicit sex and scandal saturate the pages of this book. Ehud murders Eglon and leaves him to rot in his own fecal matter. Jephthah sacrifices his only daughter as a burnt offering because of a vow he has made to the Lord. Samson spends a night with a prostitute. A Levite cuts up his concubine, who has been brutally raped to death, and sends her dismembered body throughout Israel in order to incite war. In the book of Judges, we observe clearly that life is messy and foul and complicated, and that it is the cycle of our own sin that creates these problems.

Because of the startling nature of these narratives, it might seem like the book of Judges lacks a content filter, but this is not true. In John 5:39, we are taught that Jesus is the filter through which we must read the book of Judges. Christ states, “You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they [the Old Testament Scriptures] that bear witness about me.” The narratives contained in the book of Judges were written to “bear witness” or “testify” to the person and work of Jesus and the great salvation he has achieved for his people.


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

The Life of Christ

Led by Pastor Micah (Men & Women)

The tranquil Sea of Galilee at sunrise, the snow-capped peaks of Mount Hermon, and the majestic temple in Jerusalem: see where Christ walked, preached, and ministered. Ultimate Guide to Jesus pulls the sweeping story and timeline of the life of Jesus into a clear, concise, and surprisingly comprehensive summary.

Ultimate Guide to Jesus equips readers with answers to deep and challenging spiritual questions about the life, events, and teachings of Jesus. In addition, this resource features more than 200 full-color photos, graphics, illustrations, maps, and timelines to help add clarity to significant artifacts and locations related to the teaching of Jesus and his time on earth.


  • A Copy of "Ultimate Guide to Jesus" | A Visual Retelling of the Life of Jesus

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 scripture.   Learn skills that can be applied to any action of scripture.
Are you a worrier? Are you preoccupied with the "What ifs" and worst-case scenarios? Unrelenting doubts and fears can be paralyzing! Worry can interfere with your daily life and ruin your relationships. We may dignify worry by calling it by some other name-concern, burden, a cross to bear - but Jesus calls it sinful. God feeds the birds and clothes the lilies and He will clothe and feed us. However it is our "little faith" that hinders Him from working in our lives.

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus tells His followers - then and now - "do not be worried." That seems impossible considering He also says, "in this world you WILL have trouble..." but there has to be a way to do what He says in spite of the realities of life. There is! The fact that Jesus Himself commanded it means it is possible.


  • A Copy of the No Worries, Learning to Trust our Sovereign God.
  • Before buying—This quarter we have purchased 25 copies of the curriculum available at the church.
    • More info under "What you will need."

The Gospel Project for Students - From Conquest to a Kingdom

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.


  • Your own copy of the 'Students - Daily Discipleship Guide - CSB - Spring 2022' 
    • This quarter we have purchased 25 copies of the curriculum
    • You'll find an option to pay for this material in the registration link below. Or you can drop an envelope in the offering boxes, just label it "Youth Bible Study."
    • After registering you can pick up a copy of the book from Tyler.