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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“Agents of Babylon” by Dr. David Jeremiah ($5 program cost + $10 book cost)
In “Agents of Babylon” Dr. Jeremiah examines prophecy through the eyes of the characters in the book of Daniel, explains what the prophecies mean, and helps us understand how these prophetic visions and dreams apply to our lives today. Agents of Babylon is not only an in-depth exploration of the characters and prophecies contained in the book of Daniel but also a dramatic retelling of Scripture that is sure to bring ancient prophecy to light like never before.

 

The Amazing Collection: Isaiah – Micah ($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 5 teaches the Major Prophets from Isaiah to Daniel which covers a significant time span and presents a wide array of messages. Isaiah spoke to the nation of Judah about 150 years before the exile into Babylonia and called them to be faithful to God. Jeremiah cried out to those same people on the brink of that exile and pleaded for their repentance. Lamentations, written by Jeremiah, presents a lament as Judah went into exile. Ezekiel and Daniel, spoke and wrote to the people in exile, encouraging them to remember that God was still in control.
 
Set 6 teaches the Early Minor Prophets, Hosea to Micah, whose messages were anything but minor. Chronologically, these books span more than 4 centuries from about 848 to 425 BC. Hosea’s picture of God’s love for his adulterous people symbolized by the prophet’s love for his adulterous wife; Jonah’s portrayal of himself as disobedient, runaway prophet pursued by a patient God; Amos’s colorful vision of God’s judgment that would come because of his continued disobedience; Obadiah’s classic portrait of pride; and so much more.