Women’s Bible Study

Lise Moser - February 17, 2016

Lesson 15: Isaiah 46-48

Scripture References: Isaiah 48:1-22, Isaiah 47:1-15, Isaiah 46:1-13

From Series: "A Better King, Servant, Conqueror - A Study of Isaiah"

 

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Women's Bible Study

Restoring the Broken: A Study of Ezra and Nehemiah

You are invited to the Fall Women’s Bible Study beginning with the book of Ezra

Starting: Wednesday, September 23 | Friday, September 25 | Sunday, September 27

CLICK HERE to Register for the WBS 11-Week Fall Bible Study

    God’s people provoked the Lord to anger. Refusing to listen to the prophets who had been sent to them again and again, they continued in their evil practices and worshipped false gods. As a result, the temple where God’s presence dwelt amongst his people was destroyed and the people themselves were carried off to exile in Babylon. The Promised Land that had flowed with milk and honey became, as Jeremiah the prophet said, a “desolate wasteland.”

    BUT ————- a word of such hope in the midst of brokenness and loss when 70 years were fulfilled, God’s people would return to the land and rebuild the temple. More than just enabling this return and rebuilding, God set about restoring and rebuilding his people.

    If you like a love story, intrigue, plot twists, unexpected allies and enemies, perseverance in the midst of opposition, Ezra and Nehemiah, have it all. If the losses, disappointments, and unrest of 2020 have left you feeling disoriented, discouraged, and broken, this study is for you. We will see the persevering, tenacious love of God for his people and his rule over all things. We will see that he is able to restore what is broken, a broken land, a broken place of worship, and broken people. It is a message of hope that we desperately need to hear in our day.


 
Facts for Fall 2020

  • There will be a combination of ZOOM and in-person offerings (see below for more details)
  • There will be no childcare offered
  • NO COST: Due to the fact that our costs will be reduced, there will not be a fee assessed for the Fall Semester; however, we ask anyone who wishes to donate to the ministry to link out to the Registration tab below.
  • 2 Semesters:
  • Fall Semester: September 23 to December 16, we will study Ezra, Haggai and Zechariah
  • Spring Semester: January 13 to April 21, we will finish Ezra and study Nehemiah
  • If you are unable to attend the Fall Semester, you will have the opportunity to register in December for the Spring Semester! The Spring will begin on January 13th with a recap of the Fall Study.

WBS Goal

To help women meet Jesus through the study of God’s Word, and to see women grow in their faith—transformed more and more into the likeness of Jesus Christ. Each week, women have the opportunity to study the Bible on their own (using questions provided), attend a lecture and discuss the passage in a small group setting.

For Whom

Open to women of all ages. Visitors are always welcome.

When

Note: In person sessions will include social distancing, wearing masks, and in small groups of 4-5 women

  • Wednesday mornings (9:30am to 11:15am) in person
  • Wednesday mornings (9:30am to 11:15am) ZOOM
  • Wednesday evenings (7pm to 8:30pm) ZOOM
  • Friday mornings (6am to 7:30am) ZOOM
  • Sunday mornings (8:45am to 10:15am) ZOOM

CLICK HERE to Register for the WBS 11-Week Fall Bible Study