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WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDIES

Tuesday's Breakaway

Every Tuesday morning from 9:30am-12pm beginning September 13th.

Women's Bible Study 1

Even Better Than Eden
by Nancy Guthrie

Are you in need of hope? Discover how the Bible’s story changes everything about your story. Nancy Guthrie develops nine themes from the Bible and points us to Jesus as our practical hope and our enduring future hope.  

Teachers: Susan Allen and Tammi Violetta. Venue: In-Person 


Women's Bible Study - John

John Unplugged

John loved Jesus and felt greatly loved in return. How much better to know the “Word who became flesh” than by studying John’s intimate account; which is written so “that we may believe …”

Teachers: Pam Sanders, Dawn Wyckoff, and Jacquelyn Ayers
Venue: In-Person

Note: This is a year-long study. Class size limited to 30 women.
Women's Bible Study 2

God of Covenant (Genesis 12-50)
by Jen Wilkin

Abraham’s, Isaac’s, Jacob’s, and Joseph’s lives were full of twists and turns, choices, rivalries, betrayals, and reconciliations. But through them all was God’s consistent and unchanging covenant. Learn how God’s
covenant affected each of their lives, and each of our lives too.

Teachers: Brenda Hamill and Tiffany Royce. Venue: In-Person

Women's Bible Study - Marriage

Enhancing Your Marriage
by Judy Rossi

By being in a love-relationship with Jesus Christ, it can’t help but influence your love-relationship with your spouse. This study will challenge you to follow God in every area of your marriage-- love, respect, attitude, commitment, friendship, sex, romance, communication, prayer—while continuing to build your relationship with Jesus Christ. Both the relationship with Jesus Christ and your relationship with your spouse will become purposeful adventures!

Teachers: Judy Rossi, Sarah Murray, and Lisa Toth
Venue: In-Person and Online

Note: This is a year-long study.
Women's Bible Study 3

Becoming a Woman of Understanding
by Entrust

In this study you’ll learn to affirm your identity in Christ by understanding how God designed our hearts and how our thoughts, wills and emotions are driven by a thirst for God that we often try to fill with unsatisfactory substitutes.  Join us to discover ways to offer God the broken places of our heart and move toward him in faith and deeper relationship.

Teachers:  Anita Homburg, Kristin Bowman and Christine Little
Venue: In Person. Class size limited to 12 women.
Please note: This study will continue beyond the end of Breakaway through May 23, 2023.

Women's Bible Study 4

Rahab + Elizabeth
by Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth

Study the inspiring examples of these two women who put their faith
and trust in God despite the degradation of sin and disappointment in their lives, and received an abundance of grace and joy from God. This study provides insightful parallels to our own lives and how His gifts of redemption and patient waiting for His promised return can give us a joyous peace in this broken world. 

Teachers: Kathy Kendall, Debbie Onufer and Tina Withers
Venue: In-Person

Wednesday's W.O.W.

Every Wednesday evening from 7:00pm-8:30pm beginning September 14th.

Women's Bible Study 5

Gideon
by Priscilla Shirer

Have you ever thought “God, You want me to do that? I feel so
insufficient.” If so, come and meet Gideon. He only saw his weaknesses. Get insight into what God did with Gideon and what His strength can do in and through you.

Teachers: Page Gyatt, Marissa Eyon & Karen Mitchell
Venue: In-Person

Women's Bible Study 6

From Beginning to Forever
by Elizabeth Woodson

Does the Bible sometimes seem disjointed to you? How does Ezekiel
connect to the stories of David and Solomon? How does the book of Acts
relate to Leviticus? GOD weaves His story into all 66 books and creates a
beautiful tapestry. Come and learn His story and how your story is a part of His.

Teachers: Lyn Delano & TBD
Venue: In-Person

Women's Bible Study 7

Experiencing God
by Henry Blackaby, Richard Blackaby, and Claude King

There are many competitors for our time, talent, and treasure. Some are legitimate while some are counterfeits. Walk through this updated edition of a Christian classic to gain wisdom about what God is calling you to do, which may be very different from your neighbor’s calling.

Teachers: Valarie Gray, Dana Hutson, & Steffani Mears
Venue: In-Person

Women's Bible Study 8

Psalm 23
by Jennifer Rothschild

David began as a shepherd and ended as a king. Dive into the richness of
this beloved psalm of David and learn the comfort and reassurance of having an Almighty and loving Shepherd as your personal Guide, Provider, and Protector.

Teachers: Diane Boucher & Michele Anwyll
Venue: Online

Women's Bible Study 9

Ruth: Loss, Love, and Legacy (For Women in Their 20s)

As a young widow and immigrant, Ruth did not seem to fit in. Yet by faith she followed what she knew about God. Learn how God honored her steps of faith and transformed her life and made her a part of His grand story.

Teachers: Rachelle Perez, Deb White, & Danielle Curtis
Venue: In-Person

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Child Dedication

Jesus’ words in Matthew 10 are not cryptic. They are astoundingly clear: devotion is evidenced by actions, not words (vv. 37–42). One of those actions is giving to the “little ones.” For the Samuelsons, that focus is giving to children. But take note, the “little ones” isn’t a phrase limited to chronological age. Christ is calling us to give to any who are of “little account” in the eyes of this world: the poor, the sick, the prisoner, the refugee, those disadvantaged in any way.