This Spring, we are offering two Bible studies for women on Thursday mornings and Wednesday nights.
Registration will be open January 8 – February 19.
EZRA & NEHEMIAH
When life is a shambles, we wonder what went wrong and long to see things put right. And often we long for the sense of God’s presence to return to our lives. The city of Jerusalem was a shambles—both its walls and its worship were crumbling. Ezra and Nehemiah longed to see their city restored with God’s presence, and each one pursued that goal in his own God-given way. Ezra the scholar restored Israel’s worship. Nehemiah the architect resurrected Jerusalem’s walls. Together, they helped God’s people rediscover God’s presence, and their stories will help you, too. (More information is available from NavPress).
Week 1: A New Beginning (Ezra 1-3)
Week 2: Learning to Overcome (Ezra 4-6)
Week 3: A Man of God’s Word (Ezra 7-8)
Week 4: A Crisis of Unfaithfulness (Ezra 9-10)
Week 5: Leader and Rebuilder (Nehemiah 1-4)
Week 6: Learning to Overcome (Nehemiah 5-7)
Week 7: A Spiritual Revival (Nehemiah 8-10)
Week 8: Faithful to the Finish (Nehemiah 11-13)
Ezra & Nehemiah Study
Wednesdays, February 19 – April 15 | 6:30p-8:00p | The Box*
Thursdays, February 20 – April 16 | 8:45a-10:30a | The Box
Studies will not meet on March 18 or 19.
*Unfortunately, we are unable to provide childcare during the Wednesday evening study.
Covenant is a major theme of the Biblical story. God rescues his people by entering into faithful covenant with them. From Genesis to Revelation, the character of God is shown through his covenant faithfulness (hesed). This 11-week course will be covered in both the spring and fall (six sessions each).
Week 1: Lesson 6, The Oneness of the Covenant
Week 2: Lesson 7, Extended to Descendants
Week 3: Lesson 8, The Abrahamic Covenant and the Law
Week 4: Lesson 9, The New Covenant
Week 5: Lesson 10, The Mediator
Week 6: Lesson 11, Relationship of Three Covenants
Thursdays, February 20 – April 16 | 8:45a-10:30a | Equipping Room
Study will not meet on March 19.