Ladies' and Moms' Bible Studies

CTR moms' BIBLE STUDY begins september 27th @10:00am at ctr

We're beginning a brand new IF:Equip study: Anno Domini Volume 2: The Middle Ages and Reformation. We know that studying church history isn't typically the first topic you run to when you decide to dive into a new Bible study for the fall. But here's why we consider it crucial to our study of the Bible and the foundation of our faith:

Without the context of how the church was built, we lose the "why" behind the reason we show up.

So, let's study the Middle Ages and Reformation together. Will you join us for Anno Domini Volume 2? You don’t need a book, everything you need is online here but if you do want to purchase the book, you can order it here.
If you need childcare, please contact the church.

CTR LADIES’ BIBLE STUDY Wednesday mornings August 30th to October 11th
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
@Laura O’Brien’s home  

One in a Million: Journey to Your Promised Land - by Priscilla Shirer provides a personal study experience five days a week plus viewer guides for the 7 group video sessions of this ladies' Bible study.

Join the ladies & Priscilla Shirer on an exploration of the Israelites’ journey from Egypt to a land of deliverance. Of the original two million who received God’s invitation to enter the Promised Land, only two actually entered it. Similarly, only a handful of modern-day Christians experience God and live the life of abundance that He promises.   

Priscilla encourages others to see the goodness of God in their lives, live beyond their circumstances and expect to see God move in miraculous ways in their everyday existence. One in a Million is an opportunity for you to experience your deliverance from strongholds, to conquer your wilderness living, and to claim your God-given inheritance. Study books are available at Lifeway on Bryant Irvin, just go to the registers and ask for the book; they are being held under Laura’s name.


For more information or any questions you may have, please contact the church by e-mail or call 817 386-3000.