Women's Weekly Bible Studies

Beginning Monday, September 11
What the Prayers of Jesus Tell Us About the Heart of God
By Shane Stanford
Monday evenings at 7:00pm
Room 129
Facilitated by Peggy Anderson

When you read the Gospels you will notice that Jesus prayed and spent quiet time with God on a regular basis. Prayer was an important part of Jesus’ routine, and it was especially critical to his relationship with God. In this study the author will introduce us to the five purposes Jesus had for praying to his Father that reveal Christ’s hopes and desires for how we might also commune with God. Join the Monday evening ladies as they learn something about the big plan God has for our lives.

Beginning Tuesday, September 12
The Holy Spirit
By Mateen Elass
Tuesday mornings at 9:30am
Office Conference Room
Facilitated by Corinne Kage

Join the Tuesday morning ladies as they explore the identity and work of the Holy Spirt, the Spirit’s relationship to the living and written Word, and the Spirit’s role in the church and the world. This study will allow you to discover the Holy Spirit’s importance to our Christian experience and open new windows of understanding.

Beginning Wednesday, September 13
Nehemiah: A heart That Can Break
By Kelly Minter
Wednesday mornings at 10:30am
Room 129
Facilitated by Betty Harris and Carol Hostetler
Child care by request

On Wednesday mornings learn how Nehemiah’s heart broke so deeply for the suffering Jews that he left the comfort of his Persian palace to restore their desolate community. During this DVD based study, Nehemiah will inspire you to listen to what God has put in your heart to do. Learn through the story of Nehemiah how God can break our hearts for the hurting and how he often uses a breaking heart to restore the broken.

Beginning Thursday, September 14
What the Prayers of Jesus Tell Us About the Heart of God
By Shane Stanford
Thursday mornings at 9:15am
Room 312
Facilitated by Kim Skaff
Child care by request

When you read the Gospels you will notice that Jesus prayed and spent quiet time with God on a regular basis. Prayer was an important part of Jesus’ routine, and it was especially critical to his relationship with God. In this study the author will introduce us to the five purposes Jesus had for praying to his Father that reveal Christ’s hopes and desires for how we might also commune with God. Join the Thursday Morning ladies as they learn something about the big plan God has for our lives.