Weekly Bible Studies

In Acts 2:42 we find that the early Church “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teachings, to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” In other words, they were committed to learning the things of God, they were dedicated to building a culture of supportive community, open acceptance, and embracive love where relationships could flourish and thrive, and they were determined to seek God through prayer! The result of this was that “Everyone was filled with awe, and many wonders and miraculous signs were done by the apostles.”
 
And so, we invite you to join us as we imitate what we see in this verse. Join us as we devote ourselves to the captivating Word of God, to a community of active love, and to the mighty work of prayer, then watch and see how God fills your life with His displays of awesome power!
 
Our Women’s groups meet on Wednesday mornings and again on Thursday evening. These groups provide a refreshing discipleship opportunity for the women in the church.

Wednesday Morning         Bible Study

9:45 AM East Room, Living Way Church
Begins on September 13, 2017
 
Join us for worship, Bible Study, discussion and prayer time with your sisters in Christ. We will be using a Women of Faith Study Guide series, titled, “Praying with Power.”
 
In this study we will explore journaling prayers, prayer attitudes, and how to pray our way through a desert or a valley. The guide includes down-to-earth illustrations, and reflections to help you move the truth from your head to your heart.
 
We hope to see you there!

Thursday Evening Bible Study

6:30 PM West Room
Begins September 14, 2017

  

Ready to replace false strongholds with true freedom in Christ?  As you learn to pray Scripture with Living Free, you’ll realize the life God desires for you.  We will be using a workbook titled, “Live Free: Learning to Pray God’s Word,” by Beth Moore.  The cost of the book is $15.00. Author, Beth Moore explores the somewhat radical idea that we cannot please God by being perfect. The study begins by defining false strongholds, then focuses on five key benefits for every believer:

  • Know God and believe Him
  • Glorify God
  • Find satisfaction in God
  • Experience God’s peace
  • Enjoy God 

Participants can learn how to develop a Godward focus in life, while beginning to incorporate the key benefits in their lives through practices of prayer and Bible study.