Discipleship

Beginning soon….. a special opportunity for women, especially those whose children are in Kidz Choir and Youth Connect.

Evening Bible Study Ginnie Szczypinski, Facilitator

Sunday, Oct 20 -Dec 15:15 pm to 6:45 pm, in B2

How Happiness Happens by Max Lucado In this book Max shares the unexpected path to a lasting happiness, one that produces reliable joy in any season of life. Based on the teachings of Jesus and backed by modern research, How Happiness Happens presents a surprising but practical way of living that will change you from the inside out

New Monday Bible Study

“Called: Hearing and Responding to God’s Voice” by Susan Robb
A Coed class
Mondays from 10 – 11:30am in the Agape classroom beginning June 10th for 6 weeks!

Led by Carol Mitchell
If you plan to attend, please send an email to carol.mitchell@cox.net

Women at the Well Bible Study

Our next study, beginning September 10th, will be “Galatians”.

Are you living in freedom, or do you feel imprisoned? Even Christians sometimes find themselves bound by religious obligations. Writing to the church he had founded in Galatia, the apostle Paul passionately rails against rules and regulations threatening to restrict the Spirit-led freedom God offers.

The same religious sentiments threaten us today. Whether it’s pressure to be perfect or guilt over failing, showy spirituality can hem in the Spirit’s work in our lives. Rediscover the freedom of God’s extravagant grace and a faith animated by God’s mercy.

Our Wednesday Women’s Bible Study group has been meeting for prayer and lunch twice a month during the summer. We meet at 11:30 AM in the Hospitality Center classroom to share prayer concerns followed by lunch at a local restaurant. New people are welcome to join us at any time. Our last two summer dates are August 14 & 28.

Our regular schedule of Bible study will resume, Wednesday, September 11 at 10:30 AM. in the Hospitality Center classroom. We will start the fall with a study of 1 Corinthians.  Corinth was a very wicked city. The Christians living there faced many challenges as members of this new spiritual movement. There were divisions even within the church at Corinth, and Paul, as their key leader, also faced many challenges. Understanding the background and struggles of this early church gives us an even greater appreciation of Paul’s well known and loved chapter of 1 Corinthians.

We hope new people join us as we begin our study on September 11. Please contact Linda Ward 757-220-2232 or revlward@gmail.com regarding any questions or comments

1st and 3rd Thursdays
8 – 9 am in basement room 3

We are beginning a study of 2 Corinthians.