Church Life

Women

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Women's Ministry Mother/Daughter/Sister/Friend Luncheon

June 18, 2019 in Miller Hall
11:30 am -1:00 pm
Speaker: Melissa Abraham

The cost will be $8, taken at the door.
The meal and dessert will be naturally gluten-free, with the exception of bread on the table.

A nursery for ages 4 & under will be available upon request at the time of registration.
There will be pizza and playground available
for boys under 12. Please request when you register.

To ensure your meal is reserved, please register by Thursday, June 13 .

REGISTER HERE

Churchwide Women's Book Club

The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness by Tim Keller
July 9 | 6:00 - 8:30 | Patterson Hall
Moderator: Shirley Windham

We will gather to share a meal, fellowship, and discuss the book
The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness by Tim Keller. 
Salad and grilled chicken will be provided.
Please bring your favorite salad topping or dressing to share! Books are available for purchase at the FPC Bookstore for $5.00
Email Lisa Oswalt to register.

Biblical Theology Workshop for Women with Nancy Guthrie

February 7 (6:00 - 8:30) includes a light supper
February 8 (8:30 - 12:00)
Early Bird Registration - $30 (ends November 30)
Standard Registration - $40 (ends January 31)

REGISTER NOW!

Do you ever read the Bible and have a sense that there is a deeper meaning or significance that you can’t quite figure out? Or do you sometimes wonder why others are able to draw something out of a passage of Scripture that you didn’t see until they pointed it out? If so, we hope you’ll make plans to come to a Biblical Theology Workshop for Women.

Our aim will be to increase our Bible skills so that rather than being bored or intimidated by our Bibles, we’ll become more intrigued by them. We want to grow in confidence that we’re grasping what the Bible communicates to us and grow in love for the Savior it reveals.

Over three sessions, Nancy Guthrie will help us to get to know our Bibles better as we learn to trace major themes that run from Genesis to Revelation. We won’t simply be sitting and listening. We’ll be interacting with each other and working together to trace particular themes. The three sessions promise to be energetic and fun. They include:

1. Telling the Bible’s Big Story
2. Tracing the Bible’s Main Themes
3. Making the Bible’s Intended Connections

This workshop is for those who are new to the Bible as well as those who have been studying it for a lifetime--and everyone in between.

Learn more by visiting Nancy Guthrie's website.