IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE THIS WAY
It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way, by Lysa TerKeurst, helps women find unexpected strength when disappointments leave them shattered. This will be a 6 week study with our regular video and workbook, but we will also have a book to read that will accompany the workbook.
Begins Tuesday, March 30/ Wednesday, March 31
Tuesday mornings at 9:30 and Wednesday evenings at 6:00
Cost: $20 for book and workbook
Deadline to order your book is Sunday, March 28.
Beginning Thursday, April 1 we will begin a new ministry for Moms Parenting Adult Children or MPAC.
It will be a book study format using Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children by Allison Bottke.
You never stop being a mother, but the ways we can impact our children changes once they become adults. Discover ways to walk alongside your child as they journey through various stages/seasons of adulthood, find encouragement from others on the same journey, and grow your dependence and trust in God in the process.
Cost for the book is $10.
This study will last 7 weeks.
Thursday evenings from 6pm-8pm
Our Women’s Ministry provides opportunities to equip women to meet today’s challenges by building relationships, offering encouragement, and enhancing personal growth based on Biblical principles.
If you would like more information about our Women’s Ministry, please contact Shelly Barnes.
Some additional ministries we offer to get you connected:
Refresh – Refresh is a ministry with the sole purpose of connecting and renewing moms in central Arkansas. We desire to be a village of mothers helping women navigate the different stages of motherhood in a biblical way from baby bumps to caps and gowns. Click HERE to learn more and register!
Woven – Woven is an event designed to encourage and strengthen the relationships between mothers and daughters by discovering and enhancing their creativity together. Contact Nitzia David ([email protected]) for more information.
Heart Reach – Heart Reach is a ministry which touches the lives of women during times of illness through acts of kindness and words of comfort. Volunteers make bracelets and cards for hospitalized ladies. Contact Martha Sue Davis ([email protected]) for more information.