Adult Groups

     Adult Sunday School/Small groups are the heartbeat of Northlake Baptist Church.

     God’s Word, in all of it’s infinite capacities, is explored in various styles, depths, and methods. But, it’s all centered on God’s Word, which alone provides inerrant access to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is this Jesus alone who saves and transforms us, to be more like Him in our hearts, and in our actions.

     Yet, even further, these groups provide a consistent fellowship of both mature and young believers so that all can be mutually encouraged in knowledge and passion to follow Jesus.

     On this basis of a “faith community,” these groups work together as a team to do ministry in our church and local community to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

Timeless Truths- Rm. 112B

    Timeless Truths is a group studying through the Bible Studies for Life series.

     A major attribute of this group is its friendliness! This allows for thorough discussion of God’s Word and is enjoyed during its regular breakfasts and fellowships.

     This group loves discussing and sharing how to grow in understanding how God’s word impacts current events in the world and in personal life.

     Many folks have kids in preschool or grade school, but any age or life stage is welcome.

      Visit https://biblestudiesforlife.com/adults/ for more info about the curriculum.


Pathfinder’s (Co-Ed)- Rm. 204/206

     Browder Denniston and Minister of Music Rev. Derek Moore lead this apologetics-focused class through the Answers in Genesis bible study curriculum each week.

     This community of adults from a variety of life stages and situations work hard to have a ready defense of the gospel (1 Pt. 3:15). They connect present issues with God’s Word and its timeless lessons through biblical, class-wide discussion.


Young Senior Adults (Co-Ed)- Rm. 102/104

     Young Senior Adults is a class of exactly that- Young Senior Adult singles and couples!

     Led by Ret. Col. Paul Wingo and former Minister of Music Terry Whitworth, they use Explore the Bible curriculum each Sunday to dig into God’s Word.

     As former music directors, both leaders brings a light-hearted attitude to the classroom as the class studies God’s Word and reaches out to the community.

The Bereans (Co-Ed)- Rm. 112A

     Bruce Pilgrim is leading a group of mixed age adults through textual study on Sunday while emphasizing member-ministry member care during the week.

     They use the Explore the Bible curriculum as a launching point for a deep study of scripture that is accessible to anyone, while growing in their active faith as well!

     Their “care groups” ensure everyone in the group remains connected and encouraged.

R.P.M. (Running with Perseverance for the Master) (Co-Ed)- Rm. 204

    This group studies the Explore the Bible curriculum with a great desire to grow in knowledge of Jesus Christ.

     It is co-taught by Tim Hurley, Steve Barnes, and James Thigpen.

     They rotate teaching to this class of single and married adults, giving a variety of backgrounds and lenses to help all their group members grasp God’s Word more personally.


Hearts Aglow (Co-Ed)-

     Hearts Aglow meets in the Sanctuary each week under the teaching of church member and author Peggy Moore (with Bro. James Elrod as Assistant teacher).

     This group studies the Bible in-depth together to see how the whole story of God’s people fits together.

     The Hearts Aglow Sunday School class is a loving and caring group of seniors who don’t act like seniors! They serve each other when needs arise, enjoy regular class socials and trips and their spiritual devotion is active and growing.

     The class invites you to study and worship with them, regardless of your age each week as they study deep in the word.

College and Career (Co-Ed)- Rm. 201

     Our College and Career groups participates in peer-to-peer (P2P) discipleship on Sunday AMs.

     Whether meeting in Rm. 201 or elsewhere, group members get together in groups of 2-4 to discuss their Christian life and God’s Word.

     This group consists of 18-25 yr olds and emphasizes Christian discipleship- growing as a disciple and making disciples.

     If you would like to join one of our P2P discipleship groups, contact Corbin Smith, Minister of Discipleship at (770)539-3749 or email at csmith@northlakebaptist.org.

The Joint Heirs (Co-Ed)- Rm. 203

     Led by Bill Skilling, long time educator, (along with the help of Dr. Joe Chapman), this class studies God’s Word through biblical exposition week-by-week.

     Their small group is made up of adults from 30s to 60s, and all walks of life- whether married, single, or divorced. They talk every week about how scripture applies to life.

     No matter who you are, this class is for you.

Young Marrieds (Couples, ~22-35yrs old)- Rm. 205

     The Young Marrieds small group currently gets together every Sunday AM and works through the “DisciplesPath” Discipleship Material together.

     This group of 8-12 folks enjoys close community, discussing all manner of life, getting to know one another personally, and discussing how to follow Jesus seriously according to God’s Word.

     They try to get together for some kind of community-building activity every quarter and are working on setting up service projects to take part in to impact the community. 

     The group is designed to be a community of couples who are engaged or in the early-ish years of marriage (i.e. the first 10 years!)

The Bookmiller Bible Study Class (Co-Ed)- Rm. 207

     Experienced Sunday School teacher Tim LaMartina takes his class verse-by-verse through the scriptures each week, with discussion and insight throughout.

     Modeled on the style of the late Kenneth Bookmiller, this class stays near to the text in its study each week, and seeks to grow deeper in their knowledge of the Bible.


Clase Biblica Hispana (Co-Ed)- Rm. 214

     Beginning at 9:45 AM, our Spanish-speaking congregation meets for class in Room 212. This bible study class leads directly into the Spanish-speaking worship hour in Rm. 214A/B.

     Empezando a las 9:45 AM, nuestra congregación de habla hispana se reúne para estudio bíblico en el salón 212.  Justo después de ésta clase pasamos directamente a la hora de Adoración en Español en el salón 214.