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Women's

Bible

Study

Spring Bible Study 

Beginning in February 2024

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“When You Pray” by Kelly Minter, Jacki Hill Perry, Jen Wilkin, Jennifer Rothschild, Jada Edwards, and Kristi McLelland - $25 - Thursdays at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall starting February 22

10 spaces available 

 

Do you have trouble thinking of words to say to God when you pray? Are you afraid some emotions are too intense to express to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven’t prayed at all? You’re not alone. Prayer is the way we relate to God, but sometimes it’s a struggle. Throughout God’s Word, we encounter many voices who teach us how to pray.

In this 7-session study, join with six beloved Bible teachers who will help you study prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You’ll learn that God welcomes your praise and lament, your thanksgiving and intercession. You’ll see examples of how to pray when you’re alone and when you’re gathered with others. Above all, you’ll notice there’s no one right way to pray. As you draw near to God through prayer, you’ll find your faith strengthened and your heart united to Christ. 

 

 

“Jonah - Navigating a Life Interrupted” by Priscilla Shirer - $25 - Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the Women’s Sunday School classroom (main building) starting February 20 (not capped) 

Interruptions. They're aggravating. Sometimes infuriating. But how we handle interruptions actually tells us more about ourselves. What do we do when God interrupts our lives? Many times, like Jonah, we run! IIn this 7-session study, Priscilla redefines interruption and shows that interruption is actually God's invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams. When Jonah was willing to allow God to interrupt his life, the result was revival in an entire city.

 

“When You Pray” by Kelly Minter, Jacki Hill Perry, Jen Wilkin, Jennifer Rothschild, Jada Edwards, and Kristi McLelland - $25 - Tuesdays at 6pm in a private home in Monroe starting February 20

 7 spaces available

 

Do you have trouble thinking of words to say to God when you pray? Are you afraid some emotions are too intense to express to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven’t prayed at all? You’re not alone. Prayer is the way we relate to God, but sometimes it’s a struggle. Throughout God’s Word, we encounter many voices who teach us how to pray.

In this 7-session study, join with six beloved Bible teachers who will help you study prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You’ll learn that God welcomes your praise and lament, your thanksgiving and intercession. You’ll see examples of how to pray when you’re alone and when you’re gathered with others. Above all, you’ll notice there’s no one right way to pray. As you draw near to God through prayer, you’ll find your faith strengthened and your heart united to Christ. 

 

 

Study of the book of James - $15 - Mondays at 6:30pm in the choir room starting February 19.

10 spaces available

This Bible study of the book of James will help you continue a lifelong process of learning to listen to God as He speaks to you through His Word and of learning to obey God as an expression of your love for Him.

 

This study is based on the 3-Question Bible Study Method developed by Anne Graham-Lotz designed to lead people of all ages through a series of questions that can be applied to any Scripture passage. Through this study, you will see that God speaks to individuals through His Word.  In this 6-session study, we will follow this method to enable you to hear God speaking personally through His Word as you discover the eternal truths revealed by God!

If you have a study Bible that includes commentary, cross references, a concordance, etc, that will be helpful although not required. 

“The Book of Philippians” by Jo Saxton - $15 - Thursdays at 6:30pm in the choir room starting February 15.  10 spaces available. 

The life Jesus invites us into when we follow him is one of sacrifice. But does sacrificial living mean the Christian life should be riddled with sorrow? Paul answers that question in his letter to the Philippians with a resounding no. Paul, and the Philippians with him, lived joyfully in the midst of persecution, prison, and poverty.

 

In this eight-session series, Jo Saxton takes us through Philippians to encourage us to follow Jesus no matter what life throws at us. Through Paul's words and example, learn how joy and sacrifice can go hand-in-hand.

 

 

“When You Pray” by Kelly Minter, Jacki Hill Perry, Jen Wilkin, Jennifer Rothschild, Jada Edwards, and Kristi McLelland - $25 - Tuesdays at 6pm in a private home in Mint Hill starting February 20.

 10 spaces available 

 

Do you have trouble thinking of words to say to God when you pray? Are you afraid some emotions are too intense to express to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven’t prayed at all? You’re not alone. Prayer is the way we relate to God, but sometimes it’s a struggle. Throughout God’s Word, we encounter many voices who teach us how to pray.

In this 7-session study, join with six beloved Bible teachers who will help you study prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You’ll learn that God welcomes your praise and lament, your thanksgiving and intercession. You’ll see examples of how to pray when you’re alone and when you’re gathered with others. Above all, you’ll notice there’s no one right way to pray. As you draw near to God through prayer, you’ll find your faith strengthened and your heart united to Christ. 

“When You Pray” by Kelly Minter, Jacki Hill Perry, Jen Wilkin, Jennifer Rothschild, Jada Edwards, and Kristi McLelland - $25 - Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall starting February 20.

 10 spaces available 

Do you have trouble thinking of words to say to God when you pray? Are you afraid some emotions are too intense to express to God? Do you reach the end of a day only to realize you haven’t prayed at all? You’re not alone. Prayer is the way we relate to God, but sometimes it’s a struggle. Throughout God’s Word, we encounter many voices who teach us how to pray.

 

In this 7-session study, join with six beloved Bible teachers who will help you study prayers in the Bible that can inspire your own. You’ll learn that God welcomes your praise and lament, your thanksgiving and intercession. You’ll see examples of how to pray when you’re alone and when you’re gathered with others. Above all, you’ll notice there’s no one right way to pray. As you draw near to God through prayer, you’ll find your faith strengthened and your heart united to Christ.

 

 

“Finding God Faithful” by Kelly Minter - $25 - Fridays 9am in the Fellowship Hall starting

February 23 (not capped)

THE LORD WAS WITH JOSEPH AND EXTENDED KINDNESS TO HIM. Genesis 39:21a

In the midst of hardship, tragedy, and unanswered questions, it’s difficult to glimpse God at work. How do we hold onto our faith during these times? How do we trust God is working all things for our good and His glory?

Over 8 sessions, trace the path of Joseph’s life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God’s sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God’s plan when life doesn’t make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.

“The Love Stories of the Bible Speak” by Shannon Bream - $16 - Mondays at 6:30pm in a private home in Monroe starting February 19.

12 spaces available. 

Love is at the heart of the Bible. From the moment Adam declared Eve "flesh of my flesh" . . . to the sacrificial love of Joseph for Mary . . . to the deep friendship of David and Jonathan . . . to the abounding and never-changing love of God: The Bible is a love story. But it also redefines the way the world tells us we should think about love.

The Bible reveals not just butterflies and broken hearts. In Scripture, we see God's beautiful design for the partnership of marriage. We witness friendships that cross all boundaries. We watch as families navigate the many seasons of life. Our guiding example for them all is the deepest, most abiding, foundational love ever known: God's unconditional love for His people.

In The Love Stories of the Bible Speak, Shannon Bream draws lessons from the good, the bad, and the ugly of Biblical romances, friendships, and families. She shows how God's love is often very different from ours, turning upside down our assumptions about life, relationships, and each other.

The Love Stories of the Bible Speak reminds us that, no matter where we find ourselves, God's unwavering love will sustain and guide us. These insights into biblical relationships will uplift and encourage you, and reveal new dimensions to the most central Christian duty: to love God and your neighbor. This will be a 7-week Bible study.

“Finding God Faithful” by Kelly Minter - $25 - Thursdays at 6:30pm at a private home in Monroe starting February 22. 10 spaces available. 

 

THE LORD WAS WITH JOSEPH AND EXTENDED KINDNESS TO HIM. Genesis 39:21a

In the midst of hardship, tragedy, and unanswered questions, it’s difficult to glimpse God at work. How do we hold onto our faith during these times? How do we trust God is working all things for our good and His glory?

Over 8 sessions, trace the path of Joseph’s life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God’s sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God’s plan when life doesn’t make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.

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