Women's Bible Studies 2018

 

 Women's Bible Study Fall Session begins September 11

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 Tuesday, Sept. 11 - Dec. 4 , 2018

8:45 - 11:30am 

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Classes:

Romans (Registration Closed)

Perhaps no other book in the New Testament has influenced the course of church history more than the book of Romans. That shouldn't surprise us if we realize that Romans was Paul's masterpiece. Time after time the Holy Spirit had directed him to write a letter to this church or that one where they were having a hard time understanding some aspect of what it meant to be a Christian. The book of Romans, written after he had a chance to wrestle over the meaning of the cross and the resurrection in light of those prob- lems, is a more concise, organized Jewish legal presen- tation of the truths he has learned.

So let's just pretend that other than the knowledge we have about Christ and Christianity from Jews who traveled over to Rome, --knowledge about Jesus that made us decide to become followers of THE WAY, as it was called,-- this book and the Old Testament and Jewish rhetoric is all we have.

Leader: Carole Capen 


Isaiah "Breaking Free"

This Beth Moore study is an in-depth study of free- dom in Christ, based on the book of Isaiah. Members will identify five primary benefits of the Christian life and learn how to develop the lifestyle of obedience that leads to true freedom.” The class will include video lecture, group discussion, and homework. Cost $25

Leader: Joyce Craven

  

Whisper, by Mark Batterson

Do you know how to hear God’s voice? If you have been longing to hear God’s voice then the book, Whisper, written by Mark Batterson is for you. Pastor Batterson, in this book shows the way to a deeper and closer relationship with God. After studying the book, you will guess less and be decreeing his voice more. Yes, God speaks. What is he saying to you? Cost $25

Leader: Marylin Young

 

Discipleship Essentials, by Greg Ogden

This study is for the person who is wanting to grow and learn in the essentials of the Christian faith, while having a personal mentor (a discipler) as we follow Jesus' own pattern of disciple-making. Working through this study will deepen your knowledge of essential Christian teach- ing and strengthen your faith. With topics such as, Prayer, Fruits of the Spirit, ministry gifts, trust, and more, members of this Bible study are sure to deepen their practical walk with the Lord. Cost $25

Leader: Bev Bushelman

 

Celebrate Recovery

A Biblical and balanced program that can help you overcome your hurts, habits and hang-ups. Regardless of what has already happened, the solution is to make wise choices now and depend-ing on Christ’s power to help make those changes.By working on the 8 principles based on the Beati- tudes you will experience true peace & serenity and a safe place in which to share your experi- ences, strengths & hopes with others. Cost $25 (two semesters, limited to 10)

Leaders: Christi Huion & Heather Choi

 

Tuesday Evening Study

None Like Him, by Jen Wilkins

God is self-existent, self-sufficient, eternal, immutable, omnipotent, sovereign, infinite, and incomprehensible. We’re not. And that’s a good thing.Our limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. But at the root of every sin is our rebellious desire to possess attributes that belong to God alone. Calling us to embrace ourlimits as a means of glorifying God’s limitless power, the book invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God. Call: 790-5559 or 722-7744 for directions. Cost:$15 (off campus, northeast side of town) 6:30pm

Leader: Veralyn Adams

 

For more information, contact Debbie Graves at debbie@cfcpca.org or call 520-615-8500 ext. 129