Bible studies are a great way to grow, fellowship and get connected with other women in the church body. Join together with other women that are looking for the same things you are. It’s a time to make new friends that you can pray with, grow and learn with, and even laugh with! We invite you to find a study and get involved!
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Tuesday Morning - Main Session
Tuesday Morning - Optional Session
Registration information for Tuesday Morning Bible Studies
- Our Tuesday studies meet at 8:45am. The Unexplainable Church meets in the Auditorium and Genesis meets in Room 211.
- The cost of The Unexplainable Church is $15, which includes the cost of the book. If you have already pre-purchased the book for this study, the cost would be $5.
- For our Tuesday main study, we break up into groups at round tables. Each group has a table leader. Participants are assigned to a table leader when they register. We do our best to accommodate friend requests. Each year in the fall, we change the groups at each table, so returning participants from year to year will have a new leader for the fall semester, and will continue at that table through the Spring semester. If you have questions about this process, please email email@example.com.
- Childcare is provided for this study on a donation basis. We offer nursery (starting at 8 weeks), preschool and homeschool classes for children. We take an offering each week (there is a bowl on each table) to help offset the cost of the childcare workers. The homeschool groups may charge fees for supplies as needed, depending on the curriculum. For homeschool curriculum information for this year, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Evening @ 6:30pm
An Unexplainable Life: Recovering the Wonder and Devotion of the Early Church (Acts 1-12)
In only fifty days Peter was radically transformed. He went from being a man in the shadows denying even knowing Jesus, to a man boldly proclaiming the resurrection of Jesus in the middle of the temple courts. How did the change occur? And more importantly, can such a change occur within us—today, in the here and now?
For fifty days, I invite you to dwell in the first twelve chapters of Acts. Here we meet Peter face-to-face and encounter the source of his power. We become challenged to grab hold of that power ourselves, believing that God wants to do something in and through us that is unexplainable apart from Him. Let’s give God fifty days and see what He might do.
The purpose of this study isn’t simply to reiterate a message. (You can find many studies on Acts.) Our purpose is to reignite a movement of the power of the Holy Spirit in each of us individually and in our churches collectively. Are you ready?
Registration information for Wednesday Evenings
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