Mar
10
9:30 AM09:30

Spiritual Arts for Spiritual Life

Continuing our Faith in Life series, Apostles counselor Jeanine Dungan will lead us in a challenging look at the Holy Spirit's work of harmony, ministry, humility, intimacy, tenacity, maturity, serenity, and receptivity.  How do we practice these arts  to paint a richer spiritual life full of great joy, deeper intimacy with God, and an exciting impact in the lives of others?   This study is based on a book by Jill Briscoe.

No childcare available.

  • Leader: Jeanine Dungan
  • Room: 237
  • Dates: Saturdays, March 10, 17, 24
  • Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $5.00
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Feb
15
9:30 AM09:30

The Gospel of John, Part 2

In his Gospel, the apostle John relates stories and teaching aimed to reveal the deity of Jesus Christ and to help us lean further into a personal intimacy with Him. John writes, “Jesus performed many other signs… but these are written that you may believe… have life in His name.  This study involves some basic homework, group discussion, teaching, and warm fellowship.  Anyone longing for more of Jesus would find a welcome niche.  Material for this Part 2 study covers chapters 12-21 of the Gospel.

The deadline to register for childcare is 2/1/18.

  • Teacher: Denise Nyberg
  • Room: 231
  • Dates: Thursdays, February 15 – April 26
  • Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $20  
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Feb
8
6:30 PM18:30

A Study of Psalm 107

As those who have been redeemed by God, we are called to be thankful people who “consider the steadfast love of the Lord.”  Our grateful hearts then overflow with praise to our great God.

Join us for this six-week verse-by-verse study of Psalm 107, as we remember the unwavering love of our Lord and respond by the praise of our lips and our lives. We want God to create within us a greater recognition of His work, and a heart more tuned to thank and praise Him for what He has done, what He is doing, and what He will do in His world and in our lives.

No childcare available.

  • Leader: Susan Hooker
  • Room 237
  • Dates: Thursdays, February 8 - March 15
  • Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
  • Cost: $15

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Jan
25
9:30 AM09:30

A Study of Joshua: Overcoming Through Submission

God taught Israel how to overcome nations bigger and mightier than they were. Obedience was crucial to victory, because it was the Lord who led and fought for them. And so it is with us. Our King has taught us how to overcome to take spiritual territory from the enemy, Satan. Submitting to God’s ways is how we overcome. He alone knows what’s best for us, and what will bring Him the greatest glory. We will go verse-by-verse through the book of Joshua to help us understand how we can take territory for our King today. Bowing to our King brings joy! We will overcome by submitting to the One who loves us, saves us, and graciously leads us. 

The deadline to register for childcare is 1/11/18.

  • Teacher: Charlotte Travis
  • Room: 201-203
  • Dates: Thursday, January 25 – April 12
  • Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $15

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Jan
25
9:30 AM09:30

Mom to Mom: The Shaping of the Christian Family

Elisabeth Elliot was one of the most loved and respected Christian communicators of our day!  Her unusual life and the extraordinary commitment to God that she lived out have been powerfully used in women’s lives for decades.  In The Shaping of a Christian Family, she has written the story of how her parents nurtured her faith.  She reveals cherished memories and valuable insights gathered from her own experience.  Through the stories of her parents, grandparents, and siblings, Elisabeth Elliot extols the importance of obedience, prayer, and forgiveness, among other lessons she learned as a child.  “Training must come before teaching,” Elliot writes.  This is one of many simple principles, along with the powerful truth that very young children are capable of giving their hearts to Christ, that we will study in detail.

This will be the second time we have studied this book in Mom to Mom.  Our leadership team believes this is one of the most powerful books we have ever presented, and we so look forward to going through it again!  So as we begin reading, studying, and sharing around the table with other moms about The Shaping of a Christian Family, we will glean from Elisabeth Elliot’s wisdom and the wisdom of her parents, knowing that we are reading the thoughts of a woman of faith who has truly walked the talk.  

The deadline to register for childcare is 1/11/18.

  • Leader: Connie Musselman
  • Room: The Commons
  • Dates: Thursdays, January 25 – March 29
  • Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $25

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Jan
23
9:30 AM09:30

A Study of the Gospel of Matthew

The Gospel according to Matthew is a bridge book linking the Old Testament with its longing and desire for the coming of the Messiah to the revelation of the Messiah’s kingly rule over the new people of God.  Today, we too need to know that Jesus is truly God’s King, and our hearts need to hear His call to “follow Me.”  Today, we need to hear His command to take the message of His death and resurrection to the world.

The deadline to register for childcare is 1/9/18.

  • Teacher: Vicki Gillespie
  • Room: 237
  • Dates: Tuesdays, January 23 – March 27
  • Time: 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $20
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Jan
23
6:45 AM06:45

John: That You May Believe, Part 2

The book of John offers something for everyone from the person seeking to know Jesus for the first time to Christians who want to experience His love at a deeper level. Through a combination of lecture and discussion, this class offers women an opportunity to study one of the most quoted and beloved books of the Bible in a fellowship of caring Christian women.

The class uses Kathleen Nielson’s book John: That You May Believe to guide the study. Nielson says that the book of John offers insight into “Jesus' deep discourses and the beauty of his unfolding passion throughout its chapters. Jesus, the Word made flesh, emerges powerfully and personally, so it is no surprise that John sums up his gospel's message as ‘so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name’” (John 20:31). John offers a theologically deep answer and a compelling historical narrative as to the identity and purpose of God's anointed Son.

The book contains 20 chapters, covering the 21 chapters of John.  The fall course covered the first ten chapters of John. Chapters eleven through twenty-one will be the study for Spring, but each course can stand alone if a participant can only do one course.

No childcare available.

  • Teacher: Lori Harris
  • Room: 244
  • Dates: January 23, 30, February 6, 13, 20, 27, March 6, 13
  • Time: 6:45 – 7:45 a.m.
  • Cost: $15 (for those who did not register for part 1)

 

 

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Jan
9
10:00 AM10:00

Revelation, Part 4

Jesus is coming on this day of the month in such and such a year! How do people come up with such predictions?  It is because they don’t have a clear understanding of exactly what the Word of God teaches regarding “the sign of His coming and of the end of the age.”  Much of people’s understanding of prophecy has come from others, rather than from personal study of the Bible.  This course will take you through Revelation and to other pertinent passages of Scripture that pertain to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ so that you can study and learn for yourself what the Bible says about that glorious, long-awaited day.  You will not discover the day, the month, or the year, but you will want to be prepared and heed Jesus’ own admonition, Be on the alert, for you do not know which day your Lord is coming.

The deadline to register for childcare is 12/26/17.

  • Teacher:  Anne Hayes
  • Room: 229 B, C
  • Dates: Jan. 9 – April 24, no meeting on March 27
  • Time: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $35

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