Women’s: 6 week Summer Studies
Summer is here and we have two amazing study options for you to be a part of starting Monday, July 13th. Join the Women of West Ridge as we learn together and then have time to connect within a smaller group setting virtually. And if you are already in a community group, your group is welcome to be a part of this study too (be sure to note that when you register). View both of the study descriptions below and register today!
Choose your study: Work through the Book of Philippians or Your Story Matters (see descriptions and videos below)
Dates: Both studies will meet separately on Monday nights from 7:00pm – 8:30p, starting on July 13th for 6 weeks.
Where: We will be meeting Virtually through Zoom
Cost: $10.00 to cover supplies and materials for the study (you will receive your study guide via email before the study begins)
What do you need: You will only need a journal and your Bible
Questions? Email [email protected]
The Book of Philippians by Jo Saxton
The life Jesus invites us into when we follow him… is one of sacrifice. But does sacrificial living mean the Christian life should be riddled with sorrow? Paul answers that question in his letter to the Philippians with a resounding no. Paul, and the Philippians with him, lived joyfully in the midst of persecution, prison, and poverty. In six sessions, Jo Saxton will take us through Philippians to encourage us to follow Jesus no matter what life throws at us. Through Paul’s words and example, learn how joy and sacrifice can go hand-in-hand.
Your Story Matters by Jamie Ivey
Stories change the world. From major Hollywood blockbusters to the stories we tell one another over coffee, stories can stir our affections and move us towards growth. As Christians, our stories are more impactful than any superhero movie could ever be. Yet, sometimes we feel like we can’t tell our story. We believe lies that keep us enslaved to fear and feeling trapped and isolated. But, this isn’t the message of the Gospel. Your Story Matters, where we are going to confront the lies that keep women from sharing their stories. Every story matters. Your story can change the world.