*Secrets Of The Vine- ByBruceWilkinson, adapted for Bible study by Julie Tate
Abundance – the beautiful overflow of true worth in a person’s life. Come see how God “grows” abundance in your spiritual life and learn what you can do to cooperate with Him to facilitate
*Lies Women Believe
This straight-forward, 10 week bible study written by speaker/author Nancy Leigh DeMoss, offers biblical answers to over 40 lies that women tend to believe: Lies about themselves; lies about sin; lies about their marriage and so on. We’ll discuss why we fall for these deceptions and then, more importantly, we’ll learn how to counter these lies with the Truth of God’s Word. Come join us for some practical, relevant discussions that will help you, a modern day woman put these truths into practice in your daily life.
*Bad Girls of the Bible – Liz Curtis Higgs
A novel approach to Bible study. Come join us as we explore the really bad girls of the Bible. Some were bad for a moment, others bad for a season, some were bad to the bone, but all require our study. The author says, “We’ll save the Good Girls for another time. I always learn more from women who are less than perfect, simply beause we have much more in common.”
* When Godly People do Ungodly Things, by Julie Tate (different from the “Living Proof Ministries” bible study taken from the same book)
“When Godly People do Ungodly Things” is a powerful 6-week bible study that builds on Beth Moore’s book emphasizing an examination of temptation, submission and victory. What are you susceptible to? What distracts you from being a fully devoted follower of Christ? After time spent in this study, you’ll know the answer to those questions and you’ll know how to successfully fight the distractions that constantly threaten to throw you off track.
* Learning to Abide in Christ, by Julie Tate
“Learning to Abide in Christ” is a 6-week bible study based on portions of John 15 and Hebrews 12. From these passages we learn that all believers will experience times of pruning and times of discipline: discipline for personal sin and pruning to make us more like God’s Son. The question is, will we embrace these periods as opportunities for growth or will be get mad at God for allowing us to suffer? In the end, if we’ve allowed God to do His work, we’ll experience the spiritually abundant life that Jesus spoke of in John 10:10 when He said “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”
*Spending Time with God: Attitude or Activity? By Julie Tate
You can’t hear God’s voice if you don’t spend time with Him. Attending church or a Bible study is different from “spending time with the Lord.” Spending time with God is an attitude that drives you toward a close, personal relationship with the One who saved your soul! And, as you know Him more intimately,
*obedience will become a matter of love rather than fear,
*service to others will be an outpouring of His love rather than duty,
*trust will become a natural response to His character,
*and your life will bring glory to Him.
While highlighting the difference between activity and attitude as we explore the sometimes daunting task of “having your devotions”,we’ll also focus on the purpose, the pattern, the problems and the practice of a healthy, God-centered devotional life. This bible study is 6-weeks in duration.