Bible studies for women expand to 42 churches, 21 cities
ALBANY — Beginning Sept. 18, 42 mid-Willamette Valley churches in 21 cities will open their doors to women for fall Community-Wide Bible Studies sponsored by Albany based Mid-Valley Women of Christ. This will be the 20th Bible study.
Beginning Sept. 18, 42 mid-valley churches in 21 cities will open their doors to women for the 20th annual Fall Community-Wide Bible Study.
Sponsored by Mid-Valley Women of Christ, which is now in its 10th year of ministry to women, the class invites women to a study of God’s word through a six-week video series, “Finding I AM.” Seven new churches are hosting this quarter, reaching women in six counties.
Author and teacher Lysa TerKeurst will focus on the seven “I Am” statements of Jesus recorded in the Gospel of John.
Studies feature hospitality, teaching, small group discussion and prayer. An optional Homework Study Guide is available for purchase at each host church. Child care is available at various studies.
A community outreach project, “I AM Your Provider,” is a part of the study. Bible study classes will reach out to assist homeless women in practical ways through charities within their own communities.
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More than 1,500 women from throughout the Willamette Valley have participated in the winter community studies. This fall marks the ninth year and 18th series of studies. It will feature author/teacher Beth Moore’s new video release, "Entrusted," based upon II Timothy.
Christian News Northwest - Thirty-Five host churches will open their doors, offering 46 different class times in six counties for women to join in unity to study God’s Word. In this six-week study, Moore will encourage participants to guard what God has entrusted to them, further His Kingdom by sharing Christ with others, and pour into future generations just as Paul once mentored Timothy.