Women's Bible Studies 2017-2018
Bible Studies are starting up in September! Each study is listed below, click on the one you'd like to register for.
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Every Other Monday
Philippians -using the Bible as text
This Bible study is made up of primarily home schooling moms although anyone is welcome. We share our lives and our hearts as well as encourage one another with some solid teaching and Bible study as our firm
foundation. Childcare available for morning study only.
Dates: September 25, Oct. 23, Nov. 6 & Nov. 13 - will restart in January with a new book. Monday morning: 9:30am, Room 201/203 or Monday evening 7pm, Fireside Room
Contact: Deanna Wisdom, 316.772.7748, email@example.com
I & II Thessalonians: A Precept Inductive Study
Looking forward to the return of Christ, in Thessalonians Paul focuses on us being blameless and not being
deceived about Christ’s coming. This year we offer a shorter version of the workbook for those interested. We will do an every other week study, fellowship/craft schedule.
Starts: August 28, 3pm-5pm, Fireside Room; All ages willing to do homework. No childcare.
Cost: $38.50 plus shipping for full lesson; $29.75 for shorter version
Contact: Debbe Jantz, 316.283.4945, firstname.lastname@example.org or Judy Davidson, 316.283.9061, email@example.com
Monday Evening Once a Month
Growing in the Dark: A support group for women facing anxiety and depression
Our goal is to foster a place where women can share freely and we can encourage each other to engage in the hard work of struggling well. We also desperately want to help each other know Christ more and grow in our relationships with Him who is the true Healer. We will be discussing topics from the book Calm My Anxious Heart by Linda Dillow.
Starts: September 25, 7pm, Norm’s (613 N Main), No childcare
Contact: Julie Friesen, 316.239.8036, firstname.lastname@example.org
Philippians: Verse by Verse.
We will study what it takes for senior women to be joyful Christians who desire to finish well like the Apostle Paul: How to face loneliness, depression and uselessness. We want to also discover joy and fulfillment as we discover our “niche" in God’s plan for our lives.
Starts: September 5, 9-11am, Presbyterian Manor Chapel. Mostly seniors, all ages are welcome. No cost.
Contact: Eleanore Myers, 316.281.1313, email@example.com
A Praying Life by Paul Miller
Christians sometimes prioritize productivity over time in prayer - and experience anxiety, joylessness and fear as a result. If prayerlessness marks your life more often than not, this book is for you. Miller offers practical, down-to-earth advice on how to talk to God in the midst of your daily routines. Learn to speak from a childlike faith, love your Father’s story, understand unanswered petitions and more.
Starts: September 12, 9:30-11:30am, Fireside Room. Childcare offered.
Cost: $12 workbook, $25 childcare donation encouraged
Contact: Becky Olsen, 316.200.8280, firstname.lastname@example.org
Discovery Bible Study
This group’s purpose is to encourage one another and apply God’s word to our lives. We will read designated passages together and answer application questions, keeping focused on what scripture says. This challenges us to think of who else in our worlds needs to hear this truth.
Starts: September 12, 1:30pm-3pm, Church Nursery, No childcare.
Contact: Jill Moore, 316.655.0954, email@example.com
Mothers of Young Children
We plan to study Philippians (Fall) and 1 Peter (Spring). Our text is the Bible, with some video input, too. For Philippians it will be Matt Chandler. We'd love to have you join us for this time of encouragement and study! Please bring a 3-ring notebook (it can be as simple or as pretty as you'd like!). Childcare provided. The co-leaders of this group are Kirsten Wine and Bobbie Friesen.
Starts: September 20, 9:30-11:30am, Fireside Room
Contact: Bobbie Friesen, 316.284.0736, firstname.lastname@example.org
Do You Know the Holy Spirit? (Fisherman’s Pub.)
Have you ever wondered about the Holy Spirit? We are going to explore and get to know the Third Person of God.
Starts: September 7, 9am-11m, Room 205. No childcare.
Contact: Donata Girard, 620.899.8353, email@example.com
Growing a Heart for God
I and II Samuel investigates the life of David to learn how to develop a heart that will bring joy to the heart of God. The group time will focus on applying the lessons to knowing, loving, serving and celebrating each other.
Starts: September 14, 7pm, Rotating between homes.
Contact: Amanda DeMoss, 316.259.8953, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sally Long, 210.355.7147, email@example.com
The following Bible Study details are yet to be determined, but please contact the person listed if you are interested in the group.
Conquering Codependency (LifeWay)
Why you may need this course: Difficulty seeing persons and situations realistically; belief that you are responsible for other’s thoughts actions; susceptibility to be controlled and a tendency to control others; feeling unhealthy amounts of hurt and anger; feeling guilty about things over which you have no control; feeling that you live a life of loneliness without true intimacy.
Date and time to be determined based on members of the group.
Contact: Darlene Czarnowsky, 316.284.1301, firstname.lastname@example.org