Thanking God On Wednesdays is a women’s weekly study which meets on Wednesday mornings from 9:15 to 11:00 a.m. resuming Fall 2018. Our purpose is to grow in our relationship with Christ through the study of His word, to serve him with our sisters in Christ, and to minister to the world around us. We meet for friendship, conversation, encouragement and study of God’s Word.

A children’s program is provided for children ages 6 months up to Pre-K.

For questions: Kellie Webb: call (402) 213-1893 or Email Lori Mathison: call (402) 516-2220 or Email

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Thanking God on Wednesday

“A Life Beyond Amazing” by Dr. David Jeremiah ($5 program cost + $10 book cost)
Why were people in the first century so drawn to Jesus of Nazareth? His powerful miracles and challenging teachings, for sure. But it was also His character. Humanity had never witnessed someone who is loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, compassionate, generous, faithful, humble, and self-controlled all the time. It was as if God Himself had become a human being to demonstrate the life that is possible–a life beyond amazing. The traits that Jesus demonstrated in His life were traits empowered by the Spirit of God who filled Him. When Jesus returned to heaven, He sent His Spirit to indwell all His true followers so they could display the same character in their lives–not for their benefit alone but to show the world the kind of life God intended us to enjoy. The apostle Paul called these traits “the fruit of the Spirit” (Galatians 5:22–23). In this A Life Beyond Amazing Study Guide, Dr. David Jeremiah describes the divinely empowered life that is possible for followers of Christ. Dr. Jeremiah explores each of the nine traits of a Spirit-filled life as outlined by the apostle Paul–traits that produce a life beyond amazing.


The Amazing Collection: Nahum – Acts ($5 program cost + $25 book cost)
The “Amazing Collection” is a video Bible study for women, taught sequentially book by book. Each week you will view a 45-minute DVD, which gives an overview of one book in the Bible. The main characters and theme of each book come alive with dynamic teaching, original music videos and personal testimonies.
Set 7 “The Later Minor Prophets” spans more than four centuries from approximately 848 to 425 BC. It explores such topics as love, mercy, compassion, wrath, judgment, holiness, obedience, disobedience, hope, repentance, and many more. As you complete your study of these books, be prepared for gripping and graphic portrayals of both God and man. You’ll witness Nahum’s stimulating description of God’s power, Habakkuk’s personal struggle with faith, Haggai’s no-holds-barred call to action, and Malachi’s piercing questions penetrating right to the heart of true spiritual living.
Set 8 “The New Testament Historical Books” starts with the birth of Jesus Christ and concludes with the first imprisonment of the apostle Paul about six decades later. While the Gospels tell the story of the life of Christ, the book of Acts tells the story of the church of Christ. From its founding on the Day of Pentecost in the city of Jerusalem, through its expansion around the then-known world, to its crisis when the apostle Paul was imprisoned in Rome for the first time, the story is one of excitement, intrigue, incredible growth, and life-changing encounters.