Mid-Week Schedule

Wednesday Nights
5:00 - 6:00 pm Dinner
New Price Structure: $7 per adult, $4 per kid, 3 and under eat free.

August 16th - Uncle Bud's
August 23rd - Whitt's BBQ
August 30th - Burger night

6:00 - 7:15 pm Preschool, Children, Students, Adult Discipleship, and Worship Choir

Preschool: Worship Kidstyle Preschool Edition
Other learning and activities will be done for two's and childcare provided for babies and ones.

Children’s Choir Musical “Born to Worship”
Grades 1-5 Children’s Choir is more than just music. Children learn how to worship God through songs, choreography, drama and weekly Bible stories with lessons, games, activities, and memory verses. The musical will be Sunday, Nov 12 and 4:30pm.

Children: Mid-Week Connect
Grades 1-5 A broadly graded discipleship class for 1st—5th Graders that focuses on learning God’s truths through Recreation and Bible Study.

Students: Mid-Week Worship
Thrive is our weekly Wednesday night worship experience for students happening in the basement for High School and in the Station for Middle School. It is designed for ClearView students and their friends to engage in worship, biblical teaching, playing crazy games, and hanging out with one another.

WOMEN: Steadfast Love: A Study of Psalm 107 by Lauren Chandler (7 weeks)
Led by Jenny Williams and Jamie MCCullough
Room A105-106
There are times when worship overflows effortlessly from a heart full of gratitude and praise. And there are times when God seems far and we feel we have nothing to offer. Throughout it all, God shows us His steadfast love. Psalm 107 is a call to worship. It reminds us that each season of life is an opportunity to reveal the anchor of our souls. In this 7-session Bible study, learn to face both storms and deserts with courage and trust in Jesus, and discover how tests in our journeys of faith reveal the true condition of our hearts. For there is no fear for the one who fears the Lord, the one whose soul is anchored in His steadfast love.

MEN: 12 Ways your Phone is Changing You (7 weeks)
Led by Joe Hicks and Brandon Hardy
Room A101
Do You Control Your Phone—Or Does Your Phone Control You? Within a few years of its unveiling, the smartphone had become part of us, fully integrated into the daily patterns of our lives. Never offline, always within reach, we now wield in our hands a magic wand of technological power we have only begun to grasp. But it raises new enigmas, too. Never more connected, we seem to be growing more distant. Never more efficient, we have never been more distracted. Drawing from the insights of numerous thinkers, published studies, and his own research, writer Tony Reinke identifies twelve potent ways our smartphones have changed us—for good and bad. Reinke calls us to cultivate wise thinking and healthy habits in the digital age, encouraging us to maximize the many blessings, to avoid the various pitfalls, and to wisely wield the most powerful gadget of human connection ever unleashed.

Sharing Jesus without Freaking Out (7 weeks)
Led by Christine Satterfield
Room A109
You were born for this.  God hardwired you—yes, you—for this.  I'm talking about sharing Jesus with others. What if I told you evangelism is less about delivering a polished presentation and more about having a real conversation?  What if I told you that God has created you to bring glory to himself by sharing Jesus with others, and that you don’t need years of training to obey what he already made you to do? God created you for his glory to advance his gospel with the gifts, talents, and opportunities he gave you. You live at this time in history for a purpose bigger than yourself. In these pages you will read how to connect the gospel story with your story, and how to talk about that story in normal conversations with people you know.  No gimmicks. Nothing clever. No need to freak out. Just you, Jesus, and others—in conversations that matter.

Ephesians: Your Identity in Christ (7 weeks)
Led by Mitch Crawford
Room A107-8
Ephesians Bible Study Book includes small-group experiences for six sessions, weekly individual study opportunities, applicable Scripture, “How to Use This Study,” and tips for leading a group. Although Ephesians is one of the New Testament’s shortest books in terms of word count—only 6 chapters and 155 verses—it is perhaps the most applicable to today’s culture. In addition to the divine beauty and power of Ephesians, this epistle also provides Paul’s most direct address about the life of a disciple of Jesus. Paul conveyed his pastoral heart for the Ephesian believers by focusing on who they were in Christ. Specifically he addressed issues related to their new life, the community of believers, the pursuits of unity and holiness, and life’s challenges. Therefore, the Book of Ephesians and this study offer practical answers to contemporary believers’ basic questions about the Christian life and our identity in Christ.

C. S. Lewis -- A Life: Eccentric Genius, Reluctant Prophet (7 weeks)
Led by Thom Thornton
Room A102
Fifty years after his death, C. S. Lewis continues to inspire and fascinate millions. His legacy remains varied and vast. He was a towering intellectual figure, a popular fiction author who inspired a global movie franchise around the world of Narnia, and an atheist-turned-Christian thinker. In C.S. Lewis―A Life, Alister McGrath, prolific author and respected professor at King’s College of London, paints a definitive portrait of the life of C. S. Lewis. After thoroughly examining recently published Lewis correspondence, Alister challenges some of the previously held beliefs about the exact timing of Lewis’s shift from atheism to theism and then to Christianity. He paints a portrait of an eccentric thinker who became an inspiring, though reluctant, prophet for our times. You won’t want to miss this fascinating portrait of a creative genius who inspired generations.

Adoption Care Group - Created to Connect (7 weeks)
Led by Mitch and Denise Walker
Room A110
This group is for anyone who has adopted, wants to adopt, or has a family member that has adopted (or has or will be involved with foster care). This group is designed for individuals that care about adoption to be in community together around the word.

Spiritual Gifts: A Practical Guide to How God Works Through You (7 weeks)
Led by Mark Satterfield
Room A111
Spiritual Gifts: A Practical Guide to How God Works Through You is a Bible study that explores how your spiritual gifts can be matched to ministry. Discover a new appreciation for the gifts of others in your church. Suitable for both groups and individuals, this six-week study is designed to help the pastor and church body become what God intends for them to be. Each week is divided into five daily topical studies with Scripture passages, and requires between 15-30 minutes to complete, making it ideal for a daily quiet time. Discover joy and effectiveness in your ministry through this exciting new resource. Includes a helpful section of notes and teaching suggestions for leaders.

MID-WEEK Prayer Time (14 Weeks)
Led by John Gardner & Don Mattingly
Room A104
Adults are invited to join others in praying for our church, missions around the world and in our local area. We will be responding to the prayer needs submitted from our groups and individuals each week.

Steps: Gospel-Centered Recovery 6pm-8pm (13 weeks)
Led by Ray Clendenen
Room A112
This 13-session discipleship program takes people to the root of sin and suffering in order to embrace the freedom found only in Christ's redemption. Potentially life-changing experiences are brought about by in-depth Bible study, thorough personal assessments, insightful teaching videos, and honest interactions with a group leader and mentor. Honed over years of implementation at The Village Church's campuses in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Steps formed the foundation of the church's ongoing recovery ministry. It continues to be one of the most fruitful discipleship courses offered throughout the calendar year. In these 13 sessions, Matt Chandler and Michael Snetzer invite other pastors from The Village Church to teach each of the 12 steps. Building on the incomplete truths of traditional recovery programs, Steps elevates the redeemed truths to be seen through the light of Scripture and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Theologically rich and steeped in the wisdom of practical biblical counseling, Steps is more than a Bible study; it's a discipleship tool and the foundation for gospel-centered recovery. .