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Women’s Fall Bible Studies 2019

Beginning September 10 &11

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

The registration process for Women’s Fall Bible Studies has changed. Registration is still required to attend classes, but online registration will only be available through Thursday, Sept 5. To register, please:

1) Review the current class list below.
2) Select the class, time and day.
3) Click here to purchase your Bible study book (if needed).
4) Upon order confirmation, you may pick up your book at the Prestonwood Bookstore (Plano Campus).

If you need further assistance, please call the Women’s Ministry office at 972-820-5233.

(Choose Your Campus Below)

Plano Campus


Tuesdays, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
(no childcare provided)

Communication and Finding Self-Worth in Christ by June Hunt
International Women’s Study
Teacher: Bobette Boyd | Room: A112

Join ladies from around the world as they develop meaningful relationships that are pleasing to God and fulfilling to us. A folder and lesson guide will be provided on the first day of class. Please bring your Bible.

Precept: Genesis, Chapters 3–11 by Kay Arthur
Teacher: Jacqueline McNamer | Room: A111

This inductive method of Bible study helps the student discover the truths found in the book of Genesis. This book holds the key to understanding the origin of sin and evil, the justice in God’s judgment and the mercy God offers to all who believe.

The New Inductive Study Series: Walking with God in Every Season – Ecclesiastes by Kay Arthur
Teacher: Marcia Beck | Room: A110

Digging into Ecclesiastes, readers will wrestle with life’s apparent inconsistencies and futility and find clear pointers to the ultimate meaning of life.


Tuesdays, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(no childcare provided)

Digging Deep in Prayer
Teacher: Jenn Smith | Room; A112

Do you feel stuck in your prayer life? Have you wanted to go deeper? Experience what a vibrant prayer life can do as we study God’s Word and what it says about prayer. No workbook purchase is necessary.

Faith vs. Weight by Maria Bower
Teacher: Maria Bower | Room: A113

This Christian-based behavior modification program inspires a balanced approach to health and fullness of life. Each week, participants are inspired through Scripture and coached through scientifically backed behavior modification techniques to improve their mind-set regarding what is possible when it comes to attaining and maintaining a healthy physical and spiritual lifestyle.

Pathways by Tony Evans
Teacher: Carol Lyon | Room: A111

The biblical account of Esther appears to be a series of coincidences strung together that deliver the Jews from certain death. However, God selected Esther for a particular purpose at a particular time in the history. Discover your pathway to purpose as you learn and apply principles of God’s providence.

Precept: 1 John by Kay Arthur (coed)
Teacher: Linda Sims | Room: A205

This inductive method of Bible Study helps the student discover the truths found in the books of 1, 2 & 3 John. How do you know if you’re really born again and will go to heaven when you die? This study will guide you to walk in the knowledge of His Word. This class requires about five hours of homework each week.

Precept: Mark by Kay Arthur (coed)
Teacher: Nancy Chapman | Room: W204

This inductive method of Bible Study helps the student discover the truths found in the book of Mark. In this study you will find for yourself that Jesus left no doubt about who He is and His authority.

The Amazing Collection: The Later Minor Prophets by Pat Hurley
Teacher
: Suzy Bastian | Room: W207

In this study, you will discover the message of repentance to Israel. It is the story of the prophets’ varying methods in attempting to admonish the people in every possible way. This call for softened hearts echoes through the centuries as we struggle with the same sins that offend the same God.


Wednesdays, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
(Childcare registration required)

It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way by Lysa TerKeurst
Teacher: Starlene Calahan | Room: A110

This moving study focuses on the fact that reality often ends up so very far from the life we long for. By walking through the valleys, we are led to discover that in God we can find unexpected strength as we wrestle between our faith and feelings.

Knowing God by Name by Mary Kassian
MOMs Study
Teachers: Shannon Glass and Mentoring Moms | Room: Loft 456

This study is a focus on 35 Hebrew names of God that describe His character, His relationships, and His purpose. As you learn the significance of each ancient word, you’ll be awestruck by the Lord’s magnificence, and your heart will be compelled to worship and praise Him.

One in a Million by Priscilla Shirer
Teacher: Carol Young | Room: A113

This study will provide you with spiritual insight about how you can experience deliverance from strongholds. It takes you from “wilderness living” to being equipped to claim your God-given inheritance.

Pathways by Tony Evans
Teacher: Gerry Roy | Room: A210/211

The biblical account of Esther appears to be a series of coincidences strung together that deliver the Jews from certain death. However, God selected Esther for a particular purpose at a particular time in the history. Discover your pathway to purpose as you learn and apply principles of God’s providence.

Power of God’s Names by Tony Evans
Teacher: Leah Neale | Room: A111

The words translated as names show up more than a thousand times in Scripture and routinely carry with them power, responsibility, purpose and authority. This study helps us to discover that the names of God give us insight into the depth of God’s character and the peace that is available to every believer.

Precept: 1 John by Kay Arthur
Teacher: Linda Sims | Room: A205

This inductive method of Bible Study helps the student discover the truths found in the books of 1, 2 & 3 John. How do you know if you’re really born again and will go to heaven when you die? This study will guide you to walk in the knowledge of His Word. This class requires about five hours of homework each week.

The Amazing Collection: The Later Minor Prophets by Pat Hurley
Teacher: Suzy Bastian | Room: C250

In this study, you will discover the message of repentance to Israel. It is the story of the prophets’ varying methods in attempting to admonish the people in every possible way. This call for softened hearts echoes through the centuries as we struggle with the same sins that offend the same God.

In The Beginning
Teacher: Carmen Smith | Room: C170 (Children's Ministry Building)

This class is uniquely designed to meet the specific needs of first-time moms with new babies (birth–1 year). Topics are planned with your needs in mind. We will discuss biblically-based principles, along with practical advice for helping you grow happy and healthy babies and creating close-knit families. The class is free, but registration is required. No books need to be purchased; no homework is required.


Wednesdays, 11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
(Childcare registration required)

Girl Talk

A NEW Fall Women’s Bible Study Luncheon
A Six-Week, Wednesday Noon Study of Women Who Trust God

Room: Student Ministry Building

Cost: $5 (includes lunch and childcare)
Tickets may be purchased online or by calling 972-820-5203. 

Topics
Sept. 25 - Deborah: Encouraging Faith  (Teacher: Holly Shivers)
Oct. 2 - The Samaritan Woman: Faith Worth Sharing (Teacher: Chrissie Dunham)
Oct. 9 - Abigail: Intervening Faith (Teacher: Susie Hawkins)
Oct. 16 - Rahab: Courageous Faith (Teacher: Debbie Stephens)
Oct. 23 - The Poor Widow: Faith That Gives (Teacher: Karol Ladd)
Oct. 30 - Hannah: Faith That Prays (Teacher: Sheila Walsh)


Wednesdays, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(Childcare registration required)

Defined: How God Has Identified You (for Women) by The Kendrick Brothers
Teacher: Linda Seymour | Room: W204

Before asking, “Who am I,” we need to be able to answer “Who is God?” This video series, inspired by the Kendrick Brothers’ feature film Overcomer, utilizes various Scriptures to teach that we are made in the image of God.


Online registration for the Tuesday and Wednesday evening classes has closed.

Register Girl Talk - Plano Campus

North Campus


Tuesdays, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
(No childcare provided)

Precept: Zechariah by Kay Arthur
Teacher: Cheryl Burnham Room: B257-258

This inductive method of Bible Study helps the student discover the truths found in the book of Zechariah.


Wednesday, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
(Childcare registration required)

Gospel Foundations: Longing for a King
Teacher:
Tasha Calvert Room: Loft 456

A continuation of the storyline of Scripture, focusing on 1 Samuel through 1 Kings.

Precept: Zechariah by Kay Arthur
Teacher: Tina Pugh Room: B257-258

This inductive method of Bible Study helps the student discover the truths found in the book of Zechariah.

Seamless: Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story by Angie Smith
“Moms Set Free” Study
Teachers:
Kathryn Keating, Taira Zimmerer & Mentor Moms Room: The Gathering

This class is open to all moms of young children. The focus is on Bible study, fellowship and learning how to parent our children wisely under the direction of mentors and weekly speakers.


Wednesday, 5:30–6:30 p.m.
(Childcare registration required)

Adorned: Living out the Beauty of the Gospel Together by Nancy Leigh DeMoss Wolgemuth
Working Women’s Study
Teacher:
Tasha Calvert Room: Room B239

This study focuses on Titus 2 and its powerful vision for women: The Titus 2 model of older women living out the Gospel alongside younger women is vital for us all to thrive. It is mutually strengthening, glorifies God, and makes His truth believable to our world.


Wednesday, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
(Childcare registration required)

Stronger than Espresso
Stronger Women’s Study
Teacher:
Lauren Loafman Room: Room B238-240

This study is a catalyst for life-changing emotional healing, restoration and spiritual growth. Every Stronger session is written by survivors for survivors.


Online registration has closed.