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Calvary Women's Life hosts bible studies and other groups to help women connect with one another, and grow in their relationship with Christ.

Information

Bibles studies happen throughout the week. Special events also happen throughout the year, and information about them will be posted here as they come up. For more information about locations and other details, email Womens Life at: women@calvarylhc.com

 


UPCOMING STUDIES

 Winter semester Bible studies begin the week of January 7th. If you are not able to register using the links provided, please-mail women@calvarylhc.com to register. Please state your name and class you’d like to attend.

Freeway: A Not-So-Perfect-Guide to Freedom (sermon based)

National best-selling workbook takes people on a powerful 6-week journey that explores the greatness of God's radical love and grace. Sermon based group following church wide program.  No cost. Register here

Group Meets:

Mondays – 6:30-8:00pm @ Sweetwater Campus. Begins January 8th

CONTROVERSIES THAT ALMOST KILLED A CHURCH – David Whiting 

In-depth verse by verse lecture study of 1 Corinthians Chapters 1-4. Although this book is 2000 years old, its situations have completely modern application to us. This study will consider the history, archaeology, geography and culture of the city of Corinth and it will help us apply the book to our lives. Class involves light homework.  No cost. Register here

Group Meets:

Tuesdays - 9:30-11:00am @ Sweetwater Campus – First class January 9th


FINDING I AM – LISA TERKEURST 

 Join Lysa TerKeurst on the streets of Israel to explore the seven I AM statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. Through this interactive, in-depth study we will be trading feelings of emptiness and depletion for the fullness of knowing who Jesus is like never before. Class involves light homework. $20.00   Register here

Group Meets:

Tuesdays – 10:00 -11:30 am Home Group - First class January 9th


gideon – your weakness, god’s strength – pRISCILLA sHIRER 

Could it be that your weaknesses are the keys that unlock God's strength? Through a look at the life of Gideon, you can discover that instead of ignoring, neglecting, or trying to escape your weaknesses, you can see them as the gifts, given specifically and strategically by God to unlock the door of God's strength.  Class involves large amount of homework. $20.00.  Register here

Group Meets:

Wednesdays 9:30-11:00am @ Sweetwater Campus, First class January 10th

 

Bible FoundationsPastor chad murrell 

Pastor OC will be teaching on topics such as – How do we know the Bible is God’s word and where did it come from?  What does it mean to be baptized? Who is the Holy Spirit?  How does God speak to us today?  Can satan read my mind or influence me?  These topics and others will be discussed by O.C. followed by your questions.   A great class if you’re new in your faith or need a refresher. (no cost) Class has no homework and Childcare will be provided.  Register here

Group Meets:

Wednesdays - 10:00-11:30am @ Sweetwater Campus – First class January 10th

   

Who You Are When No One's Looking bILL HYBLES

Lunch time study – structured for those who work

We all do our best when others are watching. But what about when no one is looking? That's where character comes in, giving us consistency when it's just between God and us. Courage, discipline, vision, endurance, compassion, self-sacrifice, the qualities covered in this Bible study guide provide a foundation for character.   $10.00.  Midtown – off campus.   Register here

Group Meets:

Wednesdays – NOON – off campus, midtown, Begins January 10th

 

GenesisAlice Ann Vawter 

Alice Ann will resume teaching Genesis.  This will be a study starting w/ looking at what creation tells us about God the creator (and not about the acts of creation); what the Fall of Man & the Adamic covenant tells us about God & man; how the Flood & its concealments relate to the New Testament; the relevance/relationships of Noah’s descendants; & lastly, lessons to be learned from the relationships of the Patriarch’s (Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob) & their relevance to our lives today.  This is a lecture study.   (class continues through May). If you are currently attending you do not need to register again.  Register here

Group Meets:

Wednesdays – 1:00-2:30pm @ Sweetwater Campus – resumes January 10th

 


UPCOMING EVENTS