Everyone wants a vibrant faith.

Short-term discipleship courses at every campus of The Hills Church will strengthen your faith and accelerate spiritual growth.

Every course is designed to help you take your next step with Jesus. Experienced teachers combined with meaningful small group conversations will inform your mind and inspire your heart to carry course content into your daily context.
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Soul Keeping

Tuesdays | 6:30 – 8:00pm
June 18 – July 30

Facilitator: Erich Robinson

This six-session course focuses on caring for the most important part of you — your soul. Based on the book by John Ortberg, each session will include video based teaching from Ortberg and table discussions with others so that you can dive deeper into the material. You will gain a better understanding of what your soul is, why it’s important, how to assess your soul’s health, and how to care for it so you can have a more meaningful life with God and others. $20 for course materials.
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Navigating Motherhood

Tuesdays | 9:30 – 11:00am
July 9 – August 6

Facilitator: Becky Brooks
Motherhood is a calling from God. Find encouragement and kinship with other moms and discuss relevant issues in your life as a mother. Learn practical life and parenting skills, as we grow closer to God. Women only.
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Navigating the Bible (am)

Tuesdays | 9:30 – 11:00am
July 9 – August 6

Facilitator: Barbara Gradke
The Bible is God’s inspired Word to us. It is the primary way God communicates with us and the way we can actually know and learn about His character and nature. Sometimes studying the Bible can seem intimidating. We will use DVD studies, books and small group discussions to help us understand more fully what God is teaching us. Our study for summer 2019 is based on a book entitled The Longing in Me by Sheila Walsh. This course is for women only.
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Navigating the Bible (pm)

Tuesdays | 6:30 – 8:00pm
July 9 – August 6

Facilitator: Barbara Gradke

The Bible is God’s inspired Word to us. It is the primary way God communicates with us and the way we can actually know and learn about His character and nature. Sometimes studying the Bible can seem intimidating. We will use DVD studies, books and small group discussions to help us understand more fully what God is teaching us. Our study for summer 2019 is based on a book entitled The Longing in Me by Sheila Walsh. This course is for women only.
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Let’s Get Ready to Talk About Race

Tuesdays | 7:00 – 8:30pm
July 9 – August 6

Facilitator: David Meyer
How often do you think about race? How equipped do you feel to have racial conversations? Those who are not people of color rarely have to think or talk about race. This 4-week course helps prepare you for the racial conversations that are essential to racial reconciliation and unity in Christ’s church. This course, which supplements Rick Atchley’s sermon series, Why Talk About Race?, examines history and digs deeper into topics that will help those from the dominant culture better understand the issues of race in America today.
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Let’s Get Ready to Talk About Race (2 day)

July 12 | 6:30 – 8:30pm
July 13 | 8:30am – 12:00pm

Facilitators: Ron Holland & Julie Bruton
How often do you think about race? How equipped do you feel to have racial conversations? Those who are not people of color rarely have to think or talk about race. This 2-day intensive course helps prepare you for the racial conversations that are essential to racial reconciliation and unity in Christ’s church. This course, which supplements Rick Atchley’s sermon series, Why Talk About Race?, examines history and digs deeper into topics that will help those from the dominant culture better understand the issues of race in America today.
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How to Manage Money

July 14 | 11:30am – 1:00pm
(single session)

Facilitator: Kalum Tuggle
It’s not uncommon to feel trapped or limited by our financial circumstances but the stress and conflict that come from financial uncertainty don’t have to be part of everyday life. This single-session course will show you how to create a monthly budget based on values and principles rooted in the kingdom of God. Participants will create a basic budget and learn tips for adding more financial margin to their lives.
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Young Adult Life

Sundays | 11:30am – 1:00pm
July 7 – 28

Facilitators: Ross Kaellner
Figuring out how to follow God as a young adult can be challenging. In this course, we’ll discuss topics like singleness, finances, sexuality and community, and how the Gospel informs these core areas of life.
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Let’s Get Ready to Talk About Race

Sundays | 10:45am – 12:00pm
June 30 – July 21

Facilitators: Corey & Julia Russell

How often do you think about race? How equipped do you feel to have racial conversations? Those who are not people of color rarely have to think or talk about race. This 4-week course helps prepare you for the racial conversations that are essential to racial reconciliation and unity in Christ’s church. This course, which supplements Rick Atchley’s sermon series, Why Talk About Race?, examines history and digs deeper into topics that will help those from the dominant culture better understand the issues of race in America today.
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How to Talk to Kids About Race

Sunday | 10:45am – 12:00pm
June 23, July 28 (single sessions)

Facilitator: Rachel Varney
How do I start to talk to my kids about race? In this single-session course, elementary aged children, along with their parents, will begin a conversation about race, privilege and racism. We will look at what these difficult words mean and put them into context that young children can understand and process. Families will have time to discuss these topics in a structured setting as well as ask questions. The goal of this course is to begin a talk that can continue as your child grows and help you begin being specific and intentional about the work of racial reconciliation. Kids in grades 1-5 are encouraged to attend with their parents.
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How to Manage Money

August 4 | 10:45am – 12:00pm
(single session)

Facilitators: Bradon Atnip & Kalum Tuggle
It’s not uncommon to feel trapped or limited by our financial circumstances but the stress and conflict that come from financial uncertainty don’t have to be part of everyday life. This single-session course will show you how to create a monthly budget based on values and principles rooted in the kingdom of God. Participants will create a basic budget and learn tips for adding more financial margin to their lives.
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How to Talk to Kids About Race

July 21 | 5:00-6:30pm
(single session)

Facilitator: Rachel Varney
How do I start to talk to my kids about race? In this single-session course, elementary aged children, along with their parents, will begin a conversation about race, privilege and racism. We will look at what these difficult words mean and put them into context that young children can understand and process. Families will have time to discuss these topics in a structured setting as well as ask questions. The goal of this course is to begin a talk that can continue as your child grows and help you begin being specific and intentional about the work of racial reconciliation. Kids in grades 1-5 are encouraged to attend with their parents.
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