Bible Studies

Bible Studies

 

Women of Grace offers Bible studies on Tuesday mornings from 9:30–11:15 (previously 11:45) and Thursday evenings from 6:45-8:30 from September through May. We believe that prayerfully reading, discussing and applying scripture is God’s desire for us and how He communicates with us, and doing so in a group setting enables us to learn from each other, hold each other accountable and enjoy fellowship and friendship in the process.

Spring semester classes will be held from January 24 through May 4.  Register online or by mail using the links below or in person after services beginning January 8, 2017.

Our Bible study coordinators are Jeanne Botzler and Kelly Carlstrom, both of whom are available to provide more specific information, answer your questions and welcome you to Bible study. Please consider joining us!

Online Registration

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Seamless by Angie Smith - Understand the Bible as One Complete Story (Back by Popular Demand!)
One semester study

Seamless covers the people, places, and promises of the Bible, tying them together into the greater story of Scripture. Through this study we will gain an overarching understanding of the fundamental layout and meaning of God's Word. There is a medium amount of homework expected each week.

 

Nehemiah
One semester study

Unwrap the book of Nehemiah to show a servant so selfless, a mission so humbling, and a perseverance so admirable that Christians are drawn to a new awe of God.  As the leader God calls to mobilize and equip His people to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, Nehemiah was a man who didn't know the word no when it came to God's economy. This study has a medium amount of homework, mainly scripture reading and personal application.

 

First Corinthians: A Love and Wisdom Unlike Any Other (Second Half)
A full year study

                    How can we resolve conflict with other people? How do our passions affect our relationships? How can we live in a way that builds harmony and glorifies God? Ours is a world in which relationships are marked by strife, confusion and pain-even among Christians. Our passions can contribute to conflict, too, unless they’re controlled. In 1 Corinthians, God gives us the cure: the cross of Christ. He speaks of having the mind of Christ, taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ, and being a spiritual woman of God. Discover how you can experience this in your own life and encourage it in the life of others. This study has a medium amount of homework, mainly scripture reading and personal application.

 

Children's Ministry

​Our children's ministry meets during Bible studies on Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings for a small additional fee. Women of Grace seeks caregivers who would be willing to use their hearts and hands to minister to children while their moms participate in Bible studies. If you would like to serve in this capacity, or have questions about the child care provided, please contact Mary Gudeman at