Weekly Bible Studies



Scroll down or click on a Bible Study title to jump down to more information on each of these Weekly Bible Studies:

Men of the Word

CBC offers a comprehensive men’s Bible study, called Men of the Word. Led by Dr. Doug McIntosh, this non-denominational, in-depth Bible Study starts bright and early Tuesday mornings at 6:30 a.m. and ends promptly at 7:30 a.m.


The Current Men of the Word Study:

  • Tuesday Morning Men’s Class
  • Meets 6:30–7:30 a.m. in the CBC RT Room
  • Class led by Dr. Doug McIntosh.  
  • Students leave with commentary and next week’s study questions.  
  • Study runs from September to May
  • Fall study: Judges - It isn't about law courts, but it is about spiritual leadership (or, to be more precise, the lack of it). Possibly the most puzzling book of the Old Testament, the account is full of heroes with clay feet who alternately encourage and then puzzle the reader. Are they really heroes? Can God use deeply flawed people for his purposes? These and other questions form the essence of a book that describes many of the very same problems so much in evidence in American and Christian culture today.

To find out more about “Men of the Word” or to register for the class, please email the church office at office@cornerstonebibch.org. 


Four-Part Class Format: 

"Men of the Word"is a four-part study, with each part building on the other for a deeper understanding of God’s Word and application to daily living. 

  • Questions for personal study at home
  • Application-oriented lecture on the week’s study verse-by-verse commentary on the week’s Scripture passages
  • All study questions and commentary written by Dr. Doug McIntosh. 
  • Men may join the study at any time during the year. Whether you are an experienced Bible student or just getting started, you will thoroughly enjoy this study. 


Women in Scripture

In 2000, CBC founded Women In Scripture (WIS), a weekly Bible study with the purpose of offering women a secure place to study God’s Word, laugh, cry, talk, share and grow in the Lord. Since then, dozens of women from the Lilburn community and surrounding areas have benefited from this insightful, in-depth study.



Classes are held on Tuesday evenings and Wednesday mornings: 


Tuesday Evening Class: 

  • Meets 7:00–8:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
  • Small group discussion begins promptly at 7 p.m. 
  • Application lecture given by one of several teachers
  • Study runs from early September to early May
  • Fall Study: Becoming a Woman after God's Own Heart – a study on the life of David

For more information or to register, please contact the church office at office@cbclilburn.org.


Wednesday Morning Class: 

  • Meets 10:00 a.m.–11:45 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall
  • Small group discussion begins promptly at 10 a.m. 
  • Application lecture given by one of several teachers
  • Study runs from early September to early May
  • Fall Study: Becoming a Woman after God's Own Heart – a study on the life of David
  • **Childcare is available for the day class. Please call the church office to register.


For more information or to register, please contact the church office at office@cbclilburn.org. Please indicate if you need childcare. 



Four-Part Class Format: 


WIS is a four-part study, with each part building on the others for a deeper understanding of God’s Word and application to daily living. 

  • Questions for personal study at home
  • Discussion of the questions in a small group setting
  • Application-oriented lecture on the week’s study
  • Verse-by-verse commentary on the week’s Scripture passages
  • All study questions and commentary researched and written by Dr. Doug McIntosh.


Study Notebook: 

At the beginning of each semester, students will receive a notebook containing each semester’s questions and commentaries. This allows for greater flexibility in self-study. Students may join the WIS study at any time during the year. 


Whether you are an experienced Bible student or just getting started, you will thoroughly enjoy this study! What WIS participants are saying