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Women's Summer Morning Bible Study

This summer we are offering 6 ‘stand-alone’ sessions led by six women of the faith. Each session will challenge you to strengthen your walk while increasing your faith and dependence on the Lord. Please join us this summer as we come together for fellowship and great teaching each Wednesday morning. Childcare is available for children birth through 5th grade (a separate link is available on the registration page). 

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June 12: Session One - Beth Moore | Captivating the Mind
What takes hold of your mind? What controls most of your thinking? Beth Moore explains the difference between a mind subject to worldly strongholds and one renewed by the Spirit of God. 

June 19: Session Two - Jen Wilkin | Live as Aliens and Strangers
Our time on earth is short, and everything we do either illuminates or obscures the gospel. In this session, author and Bible teacher Jen Wilkin opens James 5 and challenges us to live as aliens and strangers, just as James did before us. 

June 26: Session Three - Angie Smith | Walking by Faith
Annie Lobert, founder of Hookers for Jesus, and Angie Smith, author, and speaker discuss being totally surrendered to Jesus and the impact that has on your life. 

July 10: Session Four - Priscilla Shirer | Abundantly Beyond What We Could Ask For
Many believers face circumstances in which they feel overwhelmed, useless and defeated. Priscilla Shirer, Bible study teacher and author, explains how believers can approach the battles of their lives with confidence and assurance knowing that God will give them abundantly beyond what they could ever ask or even imagine. 

July 17: Session Five - Elyse Fitzpatrick | Counsel From The Cross
Author and counselor Elyse Fitzpatrick encourages women to rest in the righteousness of Jesus and fatherly love of God. 

July 24: Session Six - Jill Briscoe | All The Way Home
Jill Briscoe shares her life story of meeting Jesus, battling fear, and obeying anyway. Through storytelling, in a poetic and poignant way, she urges us to pick up our cross and carry it all the way home. 

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