Women's Bible Study

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Women's Bible Study

 

Wednesday 9:30-11:30am | Sept 20

 

Looking for a place to connect and grow?  Join other women from the community in small groups each week as we wrestle with the struggles of ordinary life and learn what it means to thrive in our faith.  You will build relationships that are life-transforming.

- Wednesday mornings 9:30-1130

- Begins September 20 (Fall Semester)

- Location: LiveOak Church Building, 1195 Sonny Dr., Leander

- Cost: $15 (includes book & materials for an 8 week session)
            *late registration fees begin 9/14/17

- Childcare available: $22/child/semester.

- Partial & full scholarships available on an "as needed" basis.

            Contact Camie Minter: 901-826-3924

 

REGISTER HERE

 

 

 

Semester Study: "Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely"

Guest Speaker, Hillary Adams, will reveal that "when we allow the enemy to speak lies through our rejection, he pickpockets our purpose. Cripples our courage. Dismantles our dreams. And blinds us to the beauty of Christ’s powerful love." Through this study, you will stop feeling left out and start believing that “set apart” does not mean “set aside.”

 

Hillary's Bio:

Hillary is a wife to Jay and a mom to three very energetic boys. Thankfully she embraces that this is her circus and these are her monkeys. She loves coffee, Mexican food and most of all Jesus. In a world where women compete and mommy wars threaten relationships Hillary loves and is passionate about empowering and building up the women around her. Since moving to Austin 5 years ago she’s decided to keep it weird by homeschooling her crew. When she’s not volunteering at church or having fun with her family and friends she loves to talk to groups of women. She has led bible studies and small groups and spoken to MOPS and MOMS Connection groups in various parts of Texas. Her life goal is for everyone to fully understand and rest in the fact that they are already so much more than “good enough” for God.

 

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