As we enter the holiday season, mid-January can feel a long way off. But registration for our winter Bible study session ends soon, and we thought we’d answer a few questions you might have about this particular study. We’d love you to join us!
What is the topic again?
We’re doing a 7-week topical Bible study in January and February entitled Becoming a Woman of Excellence by Cynthia Heald.
Why aren’t we studying a book of the Bible?
We love studying books of the Bible in our fall and spring studies. But we’ve found that doing topical Bible studies or book studies in winter allows us to pursue personal growth in a unique way, as we turn the pages of our Bibles to focus on particular themes.
Do I need what this study offers?
If you or those you live with think you could grow in self-discipline, discretion, wisdom, surrender, obedience to God, or a gentle spirit, then you probably do!
Is this study for a certain kind of woman?
This study is for the kind of woman who wants to be conformed to the ways of Christ. But it is not just for wives, or single women, or moms, or older women. It applies to all.
Are the studies we do just random choices?
Nope, we talk and pray about our study choices with a pastor, and this year’s studies work together. In the fall, we flexed our Bible study muscles and studied Judges, watching the storyline of the Bible unfold and seeing our need for a better king. In the winter, we’ll slow down to look at our hearts, examining what God says about the kind of women he’s called us to be. In the spring, we hope to study the short but powerful epistle to the Philippians, which will be the first time we’ll study in tandem with a sermon series (if all goes according to plan.) Doing all three studies will expose us to the rich variety of foods at the banquet table of scripture.
Should I register?
We’d love to enjoy this study with you! Registration closes December 9 so do it today at the link below. It takes just a minute, and you’ll see all the details on the registration page. We hope to see you there!