Life is busy. I get that.
As I looked at my own calendar, hoping to find an opening for sharing life-on-life with other women who love Jesus, I noticed the times I came to church. Often I walked into church and back out again without talking to anyone. On Wednesday nights when I dropped my kids off at youth group, then left to get groceries. On Sunday mornings when I slipped into church just as the music was starting, then left during the closing song.
Busy life can be lonely. I get that too.
But it doesn’t have to be.
Now there’s a place for us to connect –
at times when we’re already at church!
Each group is wonderfully unique and open to women of any age. Whether this is your first Bible study or your fiftieth, there’s something for YOU! I say that with confidence because we study a living, active Word of God that’s always fresh when we open ourselves to learning from His Spirit.
Check out these classes:
Wednesday Nights: September 14 – December 07, 6:30PM – 8:00PM
1 Kings: A Divided Heart/A Divided Nation // Teacher: Denise Davis This verse-by-verse study focuses on the reign of King Solomon and the lessons to be learned from the life of a man who “had it all” – wisdom, wealth, power – and yet allowed his heart to be turned from God. See how the effects on his kingdom relate to our culture today.
Cost: $18 (workbook included).
Homework: 60 min/week using Precepts method of study.
Childcare and AdventureLand Kids’ Clubs available.
Sunday Mornings: September 18 – December 04, 9:00AM – 10:15AM
What Love Is: A Study in 1, 2, 3 John // Facilitators: Marlys Burgett & Shereen Schwaninger Sunday morning is your place to connect with other women and engage God’s Word! As we study the letters of 1, 2, and 3 John, we’ll explore what it means to consistently follow Jesus and walk in the Truth while we navigate our secular culture. Join us each week for a DVD study with Kelly Minter, guest speakers, activities and small group time.
Cost: $13 (workbook included).
Homework: 15 min/day.
Register online at: http://lincolnberean.org/happenings/women