Job (Women)

Beginning Jan. 8                     Facilitated by:  Sharon Pace            

Meets in Room 111 @ 5:30 p.m.

Discover the Redemptive Side to Job's Story of Suffering

Joy is the constant companion of the woman who trusts in the Lord. And while you can find it in friends, family, and circumstances, unfailing, persistent joy will only ever overflow from your relationship with Jesus.


Psalm 119 (Women)

Beginning Jan. 9                     Facilitated by:  Kathy Sapaugh            

Meets in Room 106 @ 9:00 a.m.

Even the most mature believers face dark nights of the soul. During those times, God feels distant, His Word dry, and the vibrant intimacy we knew before seems absent leaving us wondering, “Where is the Lord in this?” In Psalm 119, pastor Matt Chandler aims to introduce viewers to the words of King David who experienced similar seasons of life. Serving as the anchor for the study, Psalm 119 demonstrates the power of God's Word in the lives of believers and its ability to provide a warm blanket for the soul. 

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Victory In Spiritual Warfare

Beginning Jan. 9                     Facilitated by:  Clay Hicks            

Meets in Chapel @ 6:00 p.m.

"Spiritual warfare" is defined as "the cosmic conflict waged in the invisible, spiritual realm which is simultaneously fleshed out in the context of the visible, physical realm."

Learn how to prevail over your challenges and obstacles with the power and with the authority God has given you as a believer. You’ll learn to:

* Actively use the armor of God

* Find strength in prayer and sufficiency in Christ

* Win over chemical, sexual, emotional, relational, and other strongholds

Untangling Relationships (Women)

Beginning Jan. 9                     Facilitated by:  Kelly Ann Myers            

Meets in Room 106 @ 6:00 p.m.

Why are you driven to be a “people pleaser” at the risk of damaging yourself emotionally? What makes you unable to say no, prone to become absorbed in relationships or to withdraw, and easily be manipulated into behaving in ways that will harm you and others? Why do you seem to find yourself in relationships which lead to intense hurt, anger, guilt, and loneliness?

This study will help you to identify the painful effects of such relationships as well as the compulsion to help everyone and fix everything.