Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. - Romans 12:2
WOMEN’S FALL BIBLE STUDIES
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017
An Overview of the Old Testament Historical Books
Led by Senior Pastor Harry Long
Beginning with Genesis, taking one book each week, we will study the authorship, date, genre, and theological purpose of each book. Our purpose will be to gain an understanding of salvation history, of how to understand the ways God revealed himself to us before Christ, how all of revelation points to Christ, and how to apply what we learn to our lives today. We have a great resource in Tremper Longman's Introducing the Old Testament: A Short Guide to its History and Message.
Abide, A Study of 1, 2 & 3 John
By Jen Wilkin
Led by Elizabeth Cross and Mary Virginia Shefferly
What does it mean to truly abide in Jesus Christ? In our study of First, Second and Third John, we will seek to understand this theology and practically live as children of God in whom Christ dwells. John compels us to love and care for our brothers and sisters as well as always be prepared to defend the truth of God’s Word against false teaching. Jen Wilkin’s study, Abide, will help us look at the text using the principles outlined in her book, Women of the Word and will challenge us to faithfully model the life of a Christian.
God’s Cranky Prophets: Jonah and Habakkuk
By Marci Ogrosky
Led by Kay Williams
Jonah and Habakkuk struggled with and complained to God when they didn’t understand His mysterious ways of dealing with evil in the world. His unexpected answers will challenge your thinking. Bring your cranky attitude and learn practical lessons from God and His prophets. Personal applications are included in every lesson to help align our hearts with God’s heart and turn our eyes to His sovereignty, love and mercy.
WOMEN’S EVENING BIBLE STUDY
Beginning Tuesday, September 19th, 6:30-8:00 pm
By Jen Wilkin
Led by Maryann Whitaker
Studying the Bible is about learning who God is and how He wants us to grow in our relationship with Him. Joshua is a book that addresses the themes of 1) who God is, 2) what He promises, 3) whom He appoints as our leaders, 4) how we are to worship Him, 5) who His people are, and 6) what conflict means in the context of God’s nature. We will use the workbook and podcasts (both free downloads) to explore God more fully and deepen our relationship with Him.