A Workshop for Care Givers

We believe in growing disciples of Jesus. A big part of growing in Christ comes from learning more about God’s word, the Bible. Madison is a place where you can ask questions and reason together with other Christians to learn more about the life Christ calls us to live. 

Join us for Bible Study on Sundays at 5:00PM and Wednesdays at 7:00PM. Our Sunday studies are divided into general age and life stage groups while our Wednesday night studies are multigenerational. We encourage you to join any study that you are interested in.

Schedule A Bible Study

We would love the opportunity to study the Bible with you! We believe the Bible is God’s word. It is inspired by Him and given to us to better understand who He is and better understand the life He calls us to live.

Suggest A Bible Study

We are always looking to make sure our lineup of Bible studies is Biblical and relevant. If you have an idea for a study, we’d love to hear about it. Click below to submit feedback to the Adult Education Committee.


Lessons From a Troubled Church: 1st Corinthians​

How can the church be genuine in the midst of a culture with sharply contrasting values?  That’s the issue that Paul tackles in 1st Corinthians. Of all Paul’s letters, 1st Corinthians is the one most devoted to correcting church life to conform to a gospel of love and repentance.


Room 201A

Mike Baker

Young Couples

North Balcony 

David Glenn & Jacob Davis

Preschool Families

Fellowship Room

Jake Ellis & Sunny Patel

Faith Builders

Room 206A

Lukasz Kondracki, Hunter Hughes, Andrew Itson

Teen Families

Madison Room

Sonny Burch & Wesley Canerday

Empty Nesters

Echo Room

Joe Harless

Mature Singles

Room 202A

Larry Jones

Young at Heart


Kam Walker & Adam Beard


Our mid-week Bible studies are inter-generational studies that cover a variety of textual and topical studies. Join us each Wednesday night for Bible study at 7PM.


Norm Glock | Auditorium

It is the faith of people like Joshua and Caleb that we want to understand and emulate. From Caleb asking for the hill country to Joshua’s final challenge of choosing who we will serve, the book of Joshua provides lessons of faith, courage, and obedience. The challenge given to God’s people then is just as vital for us today: “He said, “Then put away the foreign gods that are among you, and incline your heart to the LORD, the God of Israel.” Joshua 24:23


Jason Helton | Echo Room

Was Solomon right when he said, “There is nothing new under the sun?” While the sins that impact our lives have been the same since Solomon’s day, the access to those sins continues to change. This class will discuss ways to cultivate biblical faith in the digital age. We’ll talk about topics like AI, social media, digital addictions, the growing generation gap, and many other ways technology forms our lives and our faith. We’ll also explore questions like how should the church respond to new technologies? How can we prepare and equip emerging generations to remain faithful and creatively leverage today’s digital tools to glorify God and grow His Kingdom? Join us this Fall as we explore the intersection of faith and technology!

Archaeology & the Bible

Kraig Behel & Richard Todd | Fellowship Room

The Christian faith is unique in its historical component. While all the other religions and faiths “contain” histories, the Christian faith is “based” upon history. We need to understand that the Bible and the events of the Bible took place in time and space. It illuminates the Scriptures. It highlights the Scriptures. It gives the setting and background for different events. Join us as we look at archeology, not to prove the Bible but to support its accuracy.

What the Bible Means for Us Today 

Bob Houghton | Room 206A

One of the biggest criticisms of the Bible is that it is no longer relevant. After all, the most recent events recorded in the Bible took place almost 2,000 years ago, when Paul and the other disciples were spreading the gospel. Scripture, as God’s story, depicts his character, describes his promises, and explains why Jesus had to come. The penalty for sin is laid out, as is the cost of choosing not to follow Jesus. We learn that God can always be trusted, that he is omnipotent, omniscient, and loving. The messages still reach us and continue to save. Join us as we study why the Bible is relevant and necessary today.

Plugged-In Class

David Wade | Room 201A

The Plugged-In class is for those seeking to learn how to connect better and engage in ministry at Madison. Each week a new ministry will present a summary of what they are doing and how you can get involved with that ministry. There are many opportunities to serve, and this class will help you find new ways to get “plugged in!”


prison minister

siegfried bill

I began working as the full-time prison minister at Madison in 2017. I am an assistant chaplain at the Limestone Correctional Facility and spend my time working with the inmates of the honor dorm. He also spends much of his time working with Project Rescue in Priceville, AL. Project Rescue is an addiction recovery program for men. I am married to Patti, and they have worshipped with Madison for over twenty years.

iglesia minister

beto huamani

I joined the Madison family in January of 2016. I started my career serving the Lord in 2000 in Lima, Peru, at the Lucyana Iglesia de Cristo, where I preached until 2007. On a medical mission trip, I met my wife, Emily, in Lima. We were married in Nashville, TN, in 2007. Since then, I have been working to help reach out to the Hispanic population as an ESL coordinator and Hispanic minister in Nashville, TN, Franklin, TN, and Peoria, IL.

I have a degree in Arts Education and am working on a Masters in Ministry. I have gained a great deal of experience with his field work in ministry and receive a lot of support and help from my wife. Emily and I are Alabama football fans (Roll Tide!), Kentucky basketball fans (Go Big Blue!), and Peru soccer/futbol (Arriba, Perú!). I like to travel, play music, and read. Emily and I are very blessed to be a part of the Iglesia and church family at Madison.

youth minister

jordan abrams

I joined our ministry team in March of 2020. I am a native of Mobile, AL but have spent much of my life in the Shoals area of Alabama, as well. I have a Bible and Ministry degree from Harding University. While at Harding, I met and married my incredible wife Lindsey, from Snellville, GA. I have been in full-time ministry since 2012.  In August of 2018, we were blessed with a precious little girl named Mallory. My favorite team is Alabama. I love the outdoors, watching college football, and hanging out with Mallory and Lindsey.

youth minister

richard turner

I began serving as a youth minister for Madison in January 2018. In June of that year, I married my wife, Sarah. I grew up in Oak Ridge, TN, and Sarah grew up in New Hope, AL. We both have a deep passion for working with young people. In 2017, I graduated from Freed-Hardeman University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies. My favorite hobbies include cheering for the Florida Gators, reading, hiking, traveling, and participating in athletics. I love being part of a church family where I can be one small part of a diverse family working towards growing the Kingdom numerically and spiritually.

preaching minister

andrew itson

Andrew is married to Lauri Ann and they have three children, two boys, Crews and Cameron, and one girl, Dawson. he began working with the Madison family in June of 2021. Before Andrew came to Madison he was the preaching minister at the Robertsdale Church of Christ in Robertsdale, AL and the Campus Minister at the University Church of Christ in Montgomery, AL. Andrew graduated with a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Faulkner University and a PhD in Leadership in Ministry and Religion from the University of the Cumberlands. Andrew loves hiking with his family, playing sports, coaching his kids, watching FSU football, reading, and eating at “hole in the wall”restaurants.

preaching minister

brandon pressnell

Brandon married his high school sweetheart, Cindy in May of 1996. They have three children, Kenzie, Gage, and Nick.  He has Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Biblical Studies from Faulkner University and has been in full-time ministry since 1995. He has served at Madison as Youth Minister, Family Minister, and most recently as Preaching Minister since his arrival in January of 2000. In addition to preaching alongside Andrew, Brandon enjoys planning and coordinating our worship assemblies as well as spending time with our families, encouraging them with biblical and practical guidance.  For relaxation, Brandon enjoys almost every sport, singing, art, and hanging out with his family and friends.  

media outreach minister

jason helton

In August of 2007, following three Summer internships at Madison, I joined the Madison ministry team as a full-time youth minister alongside Brandon Pressnell. In August 2017, I transitioned into my current role as Media Outreach Minister. The purpose of my role is to create content that communicates the Gospel and connects the church. 

In 2008, I graduated from Faulkner University with a degree in Youth & Family Ministry. I am currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Online Ministry. I married my wife, Ellen, in the Fall of 2011, and we have four children: Norah, Owen, Benjamin, and Nolan. We live in Harvest and enjoy hiking, Alabama football, Chicago Bulls basketball, good food, good music, traveling, photography, and Krispy Kreme.