Central Campus Classes:
Sundays at 9:15a
Founders Classical Academy’s High School
4901 Cross Timbers Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Parker Square Campus Classes:
Sundays at 10:30a
500 Parker Square
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Faith at Work Luncheon
Parker Square | Feb 8 | 12-1p
RockPointe’s Faith at Work Ministry exists to encourage and equip men and women to integrate their faith and work. We desire to empower you to walk out your ministry calling in the arena in which God has placed you. Please come join us for our Faith at Work Luncheon where you can cultivate relationships with other professionals walking through similar challenges as we explore the intersection of faith and work together. Cost is $10/per person and lunch is provided.
Living Faithfully in View of Christ’s Coming
led by Jim Davis
Parker Square | Sundays | 10:30a
John MacArthur takes readers through the books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians and Titus, exploring Paul’s words on how to live in view of Jesus’ return to this world and lead a life worthy of the calling Christ has placed on each of us.
Central Campus | Sundays | 5p | Room 308
Are you looking to dig deeper in application and study of Sunday sermons in a classroom setting? Deep Dive with Greg Methvin is where you want to be. Class is open to all, but registration for childcare is required.
January 22-29: Prayer
GriefShare Support Group
Parker Square | Tuesdays | 6:30-8:30p
GriefShare is a grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one. We will meet weekly to provide help and encouragement after the death of a loved one. We know it hurts and we want to help.
FaithBuilders childcare is available, for birth – 5th grade, with registration.
Led by Mark Ohlinger: Mark has attended Grief Share on multiple occasions and has experienced personal loss that gives him a unique understanding of each person’s grief process. He is now married to Gayelen, has 4 grown children, and 6 grandchildren – so far. He grew up in church and accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior at age 9.
A couple of his favorite Bible verses are (2 Cor. 1:3-4) “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.”
led by Ryan Long
Central Campus | Wednesdays | Mar 8 – Apr 26 <no class Mar 15> | 5:30-7:30p
The 7-week Financial Hope Workshop is designed to help you create a budget, get out of debt, save for the future, and most importantly learn God’s word and apply it to your life. Great things occur as people submit their finances to The Lord. Faithbuilder childcare, for birth – 5th grade, is available with registration.
Salvation & Baptism Class for Adults
led by various ministry leaders. Spring offerings
Central Campus | Sunday | Feb 5 | 11 – 12:15p | NorthPointe South Porch
Parker Square | Tuesday | Apr 18 | 6:30 – 8p | 3rd floor P310-P311
This is a great opportunity for anyone with questions about or interested in salvation – Why is it needed? How does it work? How is it received? Can it be lost? This class will also dig into the who, what, where, when and why of believer’s baptism, doubters, wonderers, the curious and the questioners are all welcome.
Can We Trust the Bible? – Co-ed
led by Mark Lundborg
Parker Square | Sundays | Jan 22 – May 7 | 10:30a <no class Mar 14> – join any time
In this semester long class we will examine the evidence that the Bible is true. We will look at our faith in science, philosophy and history. You can join us at any time. We look forward to growing in our relationship with Christ together.
Mark Lundborg is a husband to Becky, Father of Cole (23) and Kenna (21). His career has primarily been in the building technologies business, various minor hobbies, and a longtime passion for apologetics. He grew up in a family with wonderful parents and a strong Christian heritage on both sides. Came to believe at a very young age, and have made some needed progress continuing on to maturity in each decade of my life. The class will be focused on facilitating good discussion and incorporating expert analysis, while maintaining a strong emphasis on what the Bible actually says.
The Uniqueness of John – Co-ed
led by Eric Bussey & Jack Wilson
Parker Square | Sundays | 10:30a
While Matthew, Mark, and Luke tell us so much of what Jesus did, John’s unique perspective shows us who Jesus is. In this class, we will try to understand John’s Hebrew message written to a Greek world. With input from numerous respected bible scholars, we’ll explore the Jewish history and customs of that time in order to make the words of John come to life.
co-led by Jack Wilson & Eric Bussey: Jack Wilson moved to DFW from South Carolina to be near his children and grandchildren. An avid traveler and volunteer, Jack and his late bride, Paula, taught an adult Bible study at Riverland Hills Baptist Church in Columbia for twenty years. He has been a member at RockPointe Church since 2018.
Rooted – Co-ed
led by Pat & Tara Williford
Founders High School | Sundays | 9:15a
Rooted is a co-ed adult discipleship class that meets for encouragement to a community of believers. Our aim is to grow and strengthen the biblical roots of the family through Bible study and fellowship.
Theme Verse: “Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” Colossians 2:6-7
On Your Own
This 12 week course will help you discover or reignite your passion for prayer, bible study, fasting, serving, meditation, witnessing, connecting, and leading. The purpose is to equip you with the spiritual tools needed for continued spiritual growth and kingdom usefulness for the glory of God. This class is not offered this season, but the lessons are available for self-study.
Lesson 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Bible
Lesson 3 :Prayer
Lesson 4: Worship
Lesson 5: Evangelism
Lesson 6: Serving
Lesson 7: Stewardship
Lesson 8: Fasting
Lesson 9: Silence and Solitude
Lesson 10: Connection with Believers
Lesson 11: Leadership
Core Christian Doctrine
These are key doctrines of Christianity that are the main “essentials” that we should understand and believe if we are followers of Jesus Christ.
In this 12 week class, the key doctrines of Christianity and how they intersect with modern society in our world today will be examined in depth. This class is not offered this season, but the lessons are available for self-study.
Introduction: Why Theology Matters
Lesson 1: The Study of the Bible and Revelation
Lesson 2: The Study of God’s Nature
Lesson 3: The Study of God’s Works
Lesson 4: The study of Christ’s Nature
Lesson 5: The study of Christ’s Works
Lesson 6: The Study of the Holy Spirit
Lesson 7: Doctrinal Overview
Lesson 8: The Study of Mankind
Lesson 9: The Study of Sin
Lesson 10: The Study of Salvation
Lesson 11: The Study of Angels and Demons
Lesson 12: The Study of the Church
Lesson 13: The Study of the End of Times