Adult Discipleship-Women's Ministry

We believe that the best and most growth happens with others.  Jesus recruited 12 to train, teach, and send out into the world. Together they shared meals and conversations. They lived life together and journeyed with one another. 

And sometimes you just want to get together with other women! 

Acts 2 tells us about the unity and growth that comes when the people of God gather in small groups.  It is our hope to develop a strong community of Christ followers by offering you a place to connect with other women just like you!

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Click the links for more info on each specific book. Books are available on the cart located near the Connect Desk in the Atrium. Many books also have an e-reader version available from your favorite online book retailer.
 

Mondays at 9:30am in the Armstrong Room. New study begins 1/14/19 Led by Rene Beck and studying The Gospel of Mark by Francis Chan available on Right Now Media. Childcare is available upon request. 

The Gospel of Mark chronicles Jesus’s journey from Galilee to Jerusalem. Along the way, the Messiah gathers a ragged band of disciples. As crowds grow and dwindle on the road to Jerusalem, only a few stick by the Suffering Savior on the road of discipleship. 

In this 11-week series on the Gospel of Mark, author and speaker Francis Chan invites us to walk with him along the ancient ways of the Master. Tracing the steps of Jesus and the Twelve through Israel, Francis explores the major themes of the Gospel of Mark, and asks: Are we willing to take this journey to embrace discipleship?

Tuesdays at 9:45am at the home of Julie Holland. Contact the office for location.  Here and Now, There and Then by Beth Moore a study of Revelations.

Thursdays at 6:30am in the Armstrong Room. Led by Jan Bell and Pam Westrup .  The Screwtape Letters, Annotated by CS Lewis.  A masterpiece of satire, it offers a sly and ironic portrayal of human life and foibles from the vantage point of Screwtape, an experienced devil.  Sign up online to participate and reserve a book.  Hardcover books are $28 or you can download an electronic version from your favorite online bookseller.  Begins January 17th.

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 Fridays at Noon at the Pearson Home.  (Contact the office for the address).  Life Lessons from Luke  by Max Lucado. Luke is a letter written by a doctor searching for truth, to his friend Theophilus. They shared a love for Christ and a love for the facts. Part letter and part research paper, Luke wants his friend to know that what he has been taught is true. 

 

 

 Jesus recruited 12 to train, teach, and send out into the world. Together they shared meals and conversations. They lived life together and journeyed with one another.