Wednesday Night Life

Our Wednesday Night Life Classes are designed to help our church body grow spiritually, practically and ultimately into fully devoted disciples. There are high quality programs for all ages at both campuses. This semester the adults, high school, and middle school ages are uniting on the first Wednesday of each month with a Night of Worship, and the classes listed below will meet on the other Wednesday’s of the month.

*Kid's programming is available at both campuses during Wednesday Night classes. For more information, visit

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    Wednesday Night Life - Millbrook

    Marriage: Transforming Conversations
    6:30 - 8pm  |  The Great Room
    Led by Anthony Thomas
    God created us for connection with one another. In marriage, while we are wired for a deep and meaningful connection, often, in reality, our connection stinks. Why is this the case and what do we do about it? Let’s look together at the Scriptures and to the Christian Marriage Counseling profession to learn how to improve our connection in practical ways. This class will be like no other marriage class that we have hosted before, as we hear from licensed counselor and pastor Anthony Thomas. We will see video of real people, with real life issues as they work through them and grow closer together as a result. We will explore the process that helps these couples as we learn about attachment and look at key conversations that will transform your marriage. The format of the class will be large group teaching and dialogue, with couple discussion questions for follow-up. The cost is FREE!

    Watch this quick video on 'Marriage-Transforming Conversations' HERE!

    Women's Study - With-God Life
    Led by Dana Devane Webster and Daci Bohodeanu
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 767
    This group is designed to offer women guidance in gaining greater intimacy with God as we move toward Christ-likeness. This Fall we will be learning how to move from captivity to being captivated with Jesus. Thought provoking questions will guide our discussion each week. No homework.

    Stepping Up: A Call to Courageous Manhood Video Series
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 753, Millbrook Campus
    Dig deeper into what it means to step up and live a courageous life with Stepping Up: A Call to Courageous Living Video Series. Based on his book by the same title, Dennis Rainey, along with Matt Chandler, Bill Bennett, Tony Dungy, Robert Lewis, Voddie Baucham, Stu Weber, and others unpack what biblical manhood looks like and what it means to be a godly, courageous man in today's world. When the current curriculum has been completed, we will transition into another study geared toward becoming men of God.

    Journey Through Matthew
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 751
    Led by Richard Martin
    Journey Through Matthew is a 9-month journey through the whole book of Matthew. This is a scripture-led Bible study, in a mixed group, young and old, with live teaching, refreshments and no homework! Click HERE to follow more on this study. 

    Experiencing God
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 764/765
    Led by Bob and Mary Brainard
    Come learn how believers can know God intimately. Be encouraged to step out in faith and join Him in His work with miraculous results! Cost is $16 for the workbook.

    American Sign Language
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 737
    Led by Cindy Knakal
    This class includes learning ASL, the heart language of the Deaf, as well as an introduction to Deaf culture and ministry opportunities. *The Spring class is not for beginners but a continuation of last Fall's class.

    Powerful Tools for Caregivers
    6:30 - 8pm  |  Rm 766
    Led by Renee Myatt, MPH, MA and Cherie Hylton
    Join us for this six-week program to help you improve

    • Self-care behaviors (e.g. increased exercise, relaxation and medical check-ups)
    • Management of emotions (reduced guilt, anger, and depression)
    • Self-efficacy (increased confidence in coping with caregiving demands)
    • Use of community resources (increased utilization of local services)

    The program is is made available by The Center for Volunteer Caregiving, a nonprofit organization that engages the community in providing volunteer services to improve the lives of older adults, caregivers, and adults with disabilities in Wake County.

    There is no charge for the sessions; however, a consumer contribution of $30.00 is welcomed to defray the cost of providing the class. Checks should be made payable to The Center for Volunteer Caregiving.


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    Wednesday Night Life - Wake Forest

    If I Have To Tell You One More Time
    February 6 - March 20
    Join us for this six-week revolutionary program that gets your kids to listen without nagging, reminding, or yelling. Parents of kids ages 3-16 years old will learn how to...

    • Steer clear of parenting pitfalls that cause bad behavior in the first place
    • Use positive discipline tools to get your kids to listen and cooperate
    • Stop yelling and nagging for good (REALLY – it’s possible!)
    • Improve your relationship with your child
    • Parent on the same page as your partner
    • Feel proud of your parenting skills
    • Have MORE family fun with a lot LESS stress

    Empower yourself as a parent and join us for this class! It's one of the best things you can do for yourself and your family this year! The class will be led live by parenting expert and author Amy McCready. Cost: $15 for required book. Visit Amy's website for more information.

    Parenting Small Group Series
    March 27 - April 10
    Continuing the Parenting Series, we will have four weeks of small group discussions around this topic for deeper prayer, connection and support as we acomplish our calling as parents.