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Women's Ministry Bible Studies

The Gospel of John: Savoring the Peace of Jesus in a Chaotic World

In this 7-session study on the Gospel of John, Melissa Spoelstra will encourage you to slow down and linger with the living Word. You’ll appreciate the pace of the Savior who never hurried but completed all that the Father called Him to accomplish. As you turn the pages of John’s Gospel, you’ll be challenged to take on the posture of a learner—understanding that the peace Jesus offers is not an ease of circumstances, but a stillness of the soul. As a result, you’ll grow in intimacy with Him and learn to live, serve, and rest in His peace.

Facilitator: Sheila Soltau
Books:  Available to purchase online or by contacting Kaye Castle before May 15

When: Wednesdays at 6:00 pm starting May 29
Where: Downtown Parlor  (B-111)

Money and Possessions

In these days of economic uncertainty, and in a society that values financial security, money is an emotional topic. Appearances and lifestyle matter to us. And money-or the lack of it-often determines whether or not we are content. The truth is, our attitudes toward money and possessions reflect the quality of our relationship with God. And, according to the Scriptures, our view of money reveals where our true affections lie.

Prosperity is not a sin, but it does bring responsibilities. And scarcity is not a virtue, particularly when it distracts us from the things that truly matter.

In this six-week, no homework study you will discover God's view of material wealth. As you dig into the Scriptures, you'll learn where money comes from, you'll see how we're supposed to handle it, and you'll understand how to live an abundant life, regardless of your financial circumstances

Facilitator: Emily Hersom
Books: $8.00

When: Wednesdays at 6:00 pm starting March 20
Where: Downtown   (C-105)

Ladies' Ephesians Precept Study

Ephesians - The Church: Rooted in Love, Walking in Power

Chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world, targeted by grace, sons of God united in a single family, inheritors, holy, redeemed, forgiven, raised from the dead and seated with Jesus Christ in the heavenlies! How can you not study Ephesians!? Before Paul even hints at how believers should live, he lays a rock-solid foundation: who we are in Christ. If you think you’re just a cog in a machine, if you don’t know your true identity, then this study is for you. Praise God for what He planned in eternity past and is waiting to reveal to you now through the study of His Word.

This study is being broken down into two parts. The same book will be uses in both sessions.

In this class you have the opportunity to choose between two levels of workbooks depending on the amount of time you have to commit to homework.

The Precept Upon Precept is approximately a 5 hour a week commitment. Whereas the In & Out is for those who have less time to commit to homework each week.

Each workbook uses the Inductive Bible Study Method, and you will attend the same weekly Bible study discussion group with Karen no matter which workbook you choose.

We are offering this study at both our Village Park Campus and our Downtown Campus. See links below to register:
Facilitator: Karen Smith
Books: Available to purchase when you register
Wednesdays, March 20 - April 24, 9:30-11:30am
Where: Village Park Campus
Facilitator: Karen Smith
Books: Available to purchase when you register
Thursdays, March 21 - April 25, 9:30-11:30am
Where: Downtown Campus D-105

Mom 2 Mom - None Like Him

None Like Him: 10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing)

In this study we will see that God is self-existent, self-sufficient, eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, sovereign, infinite, and incomprehensible.

We are none of these and that's a good things.

Our limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. But at the root of every sin is our rebellious desire to possess attributes that belong to God alone. Calling us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God's limitless power, Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God.

Facilitator: Christina Eury
Books: Available to purchase online
Wednesdays at 6:00 pm starting January 10
Where: Downtown (D-105)

Nehemiah: A Heart That Can Break

Join Sandy Bradley for this 7 week series written by Kelly Minter. Nehemiah's heart was so broken for those in need that he left the comfort of his Persian palace to help them. Like Kelly’s other studies in the Living Room Series, you'll find authentic Bible teaching, recipes, and a relational approach. Nehemiah also includes 7 video sessions and real-life ways to put feet to your faith. Are you ready to let God break your heart for a hurting, lost world and move you in compassion to be the hands and feet of Jesus?

Facilitator: Sandy Bradley
Books: Available to purchase online
When: Wednesdays 9:30-11:30am
Register by signing up at South Campus


  • Preschool – Nursery provided for birth through Pre-K starting at 6:00 PM
  • Children – Team Kid for Kindergarten through 5th Grade starting at 6:00pm in the Gym (Family Life Center).
  • Students – Activities for 6th – 12th grades, 6:00pm. High School meets in the Fellowship Hall. Middle school meets upstairs in the B Building.