Class Makeup: Adults age late 20's to 40's; most are married couples with young children, but there are singles/divorcees. However, all are welcome!!
Location: Fellowship Hall Room 206
Start Time: Around 9:45 a.m. following the coffee fellowship in the Fellowship Hall
Mission Statement: Faith begins at the end of your Comfort Zone! Faithbuilders believe that our faith is strengthened and developed through a supportive community of members who are strengthening our relationship with God through study, sharing, fellowship, and missions locally and beyond. 2 Corinthians 5:7 for we walk by faith, not by sight.
Teaching: Faithbuilders discovers deeper meaning through Bible-based study series as well as books by noted clergy. The class is facilitated by its on members on a rotating basis or guest speakers. We attempt to plan our studies a quarter at a time. We are currently studying the book of ACTS. We value open discussion and encourage whole-hearted participation.
Mission projects: Moody Family Mission (missionaries who were in this class) through BMDMI in Honduras; Why Not Now MS: feeding the homeless in Jackson, Methodist Children’s Home (MCH): fundraisers and volunteering at MCH, MadCAAP Support: periodic collections of food and supplies, Rummage Sale for Missions: annual sale generating proceeds going to local and international missions, & School Supply Collection: for underprivileged children.
Socials: We have 2 "big" socials - annual Crawfish Boil and Christmas Party. We also schedule supper groups and plan 1-2 other social events in the year.
Current Study: A Practical Guide to Culture by John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle
President: Lisa Anglin - 601-594-8939 firstname.lastname@example.org
VP: Jeff Guy 769-226-0920 email@example.com
Treasurer: Katye Reece and Doug Owens
Curriculum: Micah Anglin, Jenny Caudell, Rodger Wasson, Brian Smith, and Bryce Upshaw
Social Chair: D'Anna Broussard, Rachael Bearden, Michelle Guy
Missions Chair: Katye Reece, Amy Taylor, George Taylor
Outreach and Inreach Chair: Lisa Morton, Angie Owens, and Clark Moore