Winter 2018

Beginning Sunday, January 13 at 7:00pm
Class will meet in Flushing every other Sunday through 2/24
Life Without Lack: Living in the Fullness of Psalm 23
Facilitated by Nancy Newman

 How do we live so that we "shall not want"? Exploring Psalm 23, author Dallas Willard reveals the secret to a life of contentment, peace, and security by demonstrating how to practice living in God's presence and become utterly caught up in his abundant generosity. The more we practice living in his presence, the more we experience the peace and freedom from worry that is promised in the psalm. Life Without Lackwill forever change the way you understand and apply the most well-known passage in all of Scripture.

Contact Kim Skaff to receive the book before the class begins. (kskaff@fpcf.org)

Beginning Monday, January 7
"Mark: Follow Me"
Monday evenings at 7:00pm
Room 129
Facilitated by Peggy Anderson


Join the Monday evening ladies as they read and study the Gospel of Mark. As we read, we will often see words like “immediately” and “astonished.” The story in Mark is considered by many to be one of the more action-packed biographies of Jesus, inviting us to be astonished by his words and his works. The study will help give meaning to what it means to live like Christ and to discover the power available to us to follow his example.
 
Beginning Tuesday, January 8
"The Magnificent Story: Uncovering a Gospel of Beauty, Goodness & Truth"
By James Bryan Smith
Tuesday mornings at 9:30am
Office Conference Room
Facilitated by Corinne Kage


On Tuesday mornings join the ladies as they examine several questions. What story have you been told about the gospel? About Jesus? About the Christian life? About yourself? Your answer to these questions will form a story that will determine how your life will go. The answers reveal your ability to trust, to love, to hope—and even your capacity for joy. Uncover the true story of beauty, goodness, and truth that will satisfy the ultimate longings of your heart.
 
Beginning Wednesday, January 9
"All Things New: A study of 2 Corinthians"
By Kelly Minter
Wednesday mornings at 10:30am
Room 129
Facilitated by Betty Harris and Carol Hostetler
 
Study the book of 2 Corinthians with the Wednesday ladies.  Learn how the city of ancient Corinth was similar to our own modern-day cities: a melting pot of electrifying cultural experiences along with the pitfalls of spiritual depravity. Paul wrote to the church of God in Corinth—meaning God’s church is meant to thrive in any city and in every circumstance. Paul’s letter continues to be timely for us today. This is an 8-week video-based study.
 
Beginning Thursday, January 10
"Mark: Follow Me"
Thursday mornings at 9:15am
Room 129
Facilitated by Kim Skaff
Child care by request


Join the Thursday morning ladies as they read and study the Gospel of Mark. As we read, we will often see words like “immediately” and “astonished.” The story in Mark is considered by many to be one of the more action-packed biographies of Jesus, inviting us to be astonished by his words and his works. The study will help give meaning to what it means to live like Christ and to discover the power available to us to follow his example.