BLEND Ladies’ Bible Study Classes
January 12th - March 9th
Mondays 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Registration now open!
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by Jeri Lynn Scott
Uniquely Gifted is a Bible study that will encourage, inspire and equip you to understand and appreciate your unique personality, value your nurturing traits and help you uncover your spiritual gifts to discover God’s purpose and His desire for your life.
led by Christina Clark
Though we all have much to be thankful for, the pace and the pressure of life often squeeze the joy from us. Our shoulders slumped and our heads bowed, we find some days—or months—very difficult to get through. Desperate, we often search for joy in all kinds of ways—acquiring possessions, visiting places, or seeing people. But none of these can provide lasting joy. Where do you find joy in the midst of a trying circumstance? Paul knew, as did the Philippians, that true joy comes only through humble faith in the saving work of Jesus Christ, joining ourselves in harmony with His followers, and serving others in the name of Christ. This was the life experienced by the Philippian believers, and it is a life available to us today. Allow the joy you find in Christ to keep you from useless quarrels and divisions but instead guide you into harmonious relationships with God’s people.
by Angela Thomas
Through biblical teaching and real life application, this study teaches that believers do not have to live in weakness. God is stronger than every struggle you will ever face. This study will guide women into biblical truth through exposition and story, so they live confident, transformed, Christ-radiating lives marked by His strength.
The Explicit Gospel
by Matt Chandler
In an explanation that embraces the whole of Scripture, Matt Chandler defines what the gospel is — and what it is not. Written with Chandler’s weighty and yet immediately understandable style, this Bible study includes the specifics of the gospel as well as its fullness, clearly outlining its massive implications on both personal and cosmic levels.
March 23rd - April 27th
Mondays 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Registration coming soon!
compiled by Chris Adams
A common understanding in the first-century world was that “the disciple walks in the dust of the master.” That phrase best summarizes what this study seeks to show: Discipleship is non-negotiable in the Scriptures. The Bible offers numerous examples of “masters” in whose dust their students walked. Jesus and his disciples are, of course, the primary example. The best way to learn how to walk with God is to walk in the dust of a master who himself walks with God. The master cannot walk so far ahead, and the disciple so far behind, that the master’s dust cannot fall on the student. Mentoring takes place as two or more people walk together.