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Faithwomen

We seek to "strengthen the hand" of the women to whom we minister in one of two ways—through growth opportunities and service opportunities.

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Wellspring For Women
Knowing God By Name—
A Study by Mary Kassian

Sunday mornings at 10:30am in Room 21 (weekly)
September 9-March 3

What kind of relationship do you have with the LORD? How well do you know Him? Do you know God as He reveals Himself in the Bible or is He a god of your own making? Cultivate a deeper relationship with God by learning how He is revealed in Scripture through His various names. In the study, Knowing God by Name, we will consider what is revealed about God’s deity, character, power, authority, splendor, intimacy, and sufficiency through the names by which He is called. Study books will be provided.

Tuesday Morning Bible Study
The Book of Mark

January 15 - May 7, 9:30-11:00am
Church Living Room
Infant-Preschool childcare provided

Tuesday morning Bible study is an intergenerational study that includes women from all ages and stages in life. Our aim is to provide an opportunity to interact with God’s Word in a meaningful way through discussion and teaching so that we may apply the truths of Scripture to our lives. Our goal in gathering is to grow in both knowing and loving God. An added benefit in pursuing Him together is that we grow to know and love one another as well.

PorchLight
Taking Hold of that which is Truly Life—A Study of Paul’s Letters to Timothy, Titus, Philemon

Monday evenings from 5:45-7:45pm at 7205 Shamrock Court (bi-weekly)
Light dinner provided, childcare not provided
September 10 – November 19 & January 14 – April 22

PorchLight is an interactive Bible study that seeks to assist women in discovering for themselves the joy of growing in knowing God through the study of His Word. Join us as we embark upon a study of Paul’s letters written to individuals.

Of the 13 New Testament books that bear Paul’s name, only four are written to individuals. In them we see a different side of Paul. His passion for gospel purity and his concern that the church be effectively led so it remains on mission is evident. But we also are given insights on a more personal level as he interacts one-on-one with those for whom he has a special fondness.

Whether written to one or to many, Paul’s heart pulsates with the hope that those who follow will take hold of that which is truly life.

Breakfast Club
Beauty is as Beauty Does —A Study of Esther

Thursday mornings from 6:30-7:30am at various homes (weekly)
Breakfast provided
Begins September 13

Shakespeare could not have come up with a better plot, nor could Spielberg have directed a better drama than the Book of Esther. The “star” of this story is a Jewess whose beauty puts her in a seemingly insurmountable situation, threatening not only her, but also the Jewish nation. The stage is set with saints and scoundrels, devotion and deceit, risk and resolve. If you haven’t studied the book, you’ll be holding your breath through all its twists and turns.

Curiously, God is never mentioned by name anywhere in Esther’s ten chapters. Yet Old Testament scholar Dr. Peter Lee calls this “A Silence so Loud, it is Deafening.”* What is conspicuously absent from the script is clearly apparent between the lines. God is faithfully accomplishing that which He has willed (spoiler alert--happy ending).

* “The Book of Esther: A Silence So Loud, it is Deafening,” Dr. Peter Lee, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington D.C., February 1, 2016 article, RTS.edu

For more details or to participate, please contact Linda Pankonin at lpankon@gmail.com.

Other Opportunities

True Strength with Refit®—A Different Kind of Fitness Program

Tuesday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm & Friday mornings from 9:30-10:30am
at Faith Bible Church in the Fellowship Hall (weekly)

Experience fitness that combines positive music with movements that impact the body, soul, and spirit. True Strength brings together varying fitness levels, shapes, sizes, and ages in a shared aerobic experience. Come dance, share in a short devotion, and build community with us as we encourage and strengthen our hands in the Lord (1 Samuel 23:16). Monthly donations are welcome. Contact us at truestrengthwithrefit@gmail.com.

Hand In Hand
Encouraging, Loving, and Supporting

Hand in Hand is comprised of women who have a heart to reach out and walk along-side, for a period of time, those women who, due to unique circumstances in their lives, are in need of extra encouragement, love, and support. The goal of this team is to link a sister moving through a faith-testing season with another sister who can help point her to God, move forward in faith, plug into body life in a meaningful way, and meet practical needs as they arise when possible. To help with this ministry, please contact the church office at 402-484-6020 or office@faithbiblelincoln.org.

Sign-Up and Questions

Sign up online or at the Welcome Center for any study. Please contact women@faithbiblelincoln.org with any questions you may have.