Women’s Bible Studies

Breath by Beth Moore

Wednesdays, October 11 – November 15

6:30 pm | Room B132-133

Centered on DVD-based teaching from Beth Moore, Breath examines the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Its title is drawn from the words of John 20:22, which records that Jesus “breathed on them and said, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit.'” The booklet featured fill-in-the-blank outlines to use as you follow along with the video teaching as well as lined, blank pages for recording notes from each session. It also includes writings from Moore’s daughter Melissa that takes readers deeper into the teaching.

Participants have the option of registering for the class only or can choose to purchase the workbook ($10).

Register Here!

Lord, Change my Attitude

by James MacDonald

Wednesdays Through November 15, 9-11 am

Mondays, September 18-November 20 | 6:30-8 pm  | Room B132-133
Registration for this study is closed. Please contact Kim Keller for information about future studies.

What does God think about attitudes? This updated study uses examples from the Israelites’ journey out of Egypt to show that attitudes can affect whether someone stays in the wilderness or enjoys the blessings of the Promised Land. Learn how you can put off attitudes God hates and put on those He honors, from complaining to thankfulness, coveting to contentment, doubting to faith, and more.

Pilgrim’s Pathway Bible Study

The Book of Acts

Facilitated by Tracey MacDonald

Mondays Through November 13 | 7 pm | Room B131

Please contact Tracey for information. This group is open to women of all ages.

Discipleship Groups for Women

Are you interested in joining a Discipleship Group (D-Group) but don’t quite know where to start?  D-Groups are part of our “Pathway” to Discipleship at Taylors and are one step in our mission to Equip Believers.  D-Groups for women are designed to meet together weekly to intentionally study the Word, pray for one another, and build more intimate relationships as we sharpen one another in our walk with the Lord. Contact Beth Caskey for information.