Women’s Bible Studies

Moms Set Free by Jeannie Cunnion

Moms are under so much pressure. And we don’t just feel the pressure to be “good enough” for our kids. We also feel the pressure to be “good enough” for God – in and through our parenting. Jeannie Cunnion knows how it feels to fear that we are letting down our kids and disappointing God in our parenting. And she invites us to discover how the good news of the gospel empowers us to live – and parent – as a Mom Set Free. Facilitated by Julie Caldwell, 864-630-5718

Wednesday, 9 am  | September 12-October 31  |  Room: B134  |  $13

 

The Quest by Beth Moore

In this excursion with Jesus, Beth Moore uses questions from Scripture to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best. Learn to dig into the Word, to respond to the questions of God, and to bring your questions before Him. Join us in this excursion toward intimacy with God. Childcare provided on Wednesday morning. Facilitated by Alison Roller on Wednesdays. Facilitated by Tracye Charpia on Monday.

Wednesday, 9 am, & Monday, 6:30 pm  | September 12-October 31  |  Room: B132-133  |  $15

 

Seamless by Angie Smith

Whether you’ve grown up hearing Bible stories or you’re exploring Scripture for the first time, the full story of the Bible can be overwhelming. In this study, Angie Smith helps you discover the seamless thread connecting the people, places, and promises of the Bible – from Genesis to Revelation – in a whole new way. Facilitated by Paula Prince, 864-230-7667

Wednesday, 9 am  | September 12-October 31 |  Room: B128  |  $13

 

Mom to Mom by Linda Anderson

A Biblically based parenting program designed around the Titus 2:4 concept of older women teaching and encouraging younger women in their relationships with their husbands and children. This year’s study is titled Heart Talk on What Really Matters and consists of 12 lessons divided into four parts: My Identity, My Marriage, Parenting Basics Amidst Daily Realities, and My True Power. This study moves from the need to nurture who we are as women to what we do as parents to how we can grow as daughters of God, building firmer spiritual foundations for our families. Contact: Jeanie Eskew.

Wednesday, 9 am  |  $20  |  September 12 – November 28 and January 9 – March 27  |  Room: The Loft
Register for Mom to Mom Here!

 

Precept Upon Precept, Revelation Part 3

What is the sign of His coming and of the end of the age? Explore the relationship of the book of Revelation to the Gospels—realize the prophecies and teachings they contain about the last days. No prerequisite. Men and women welcome.  Complete Lesson One before first session.

Facilitated by Nancy Prestel  | Thursdays, 6:30 pm  |  September 6 -November 15

 

Women on Wednesdays

A drop in Bible study for women of any age. This is a great place to invite new members and a great opportunity to study God’s Word with other women in our church!  There is no homework, and each week is a standalone study.  This fall we will be focusing on courageous women in the Bible and maybe even a contemporary woman or two. Ever felt like you just can’t measure up? Can’t make it? Come and learn how God uses ordinary women like you and me to accomplish His will!   We have some dynamic teachers lined up!  Come and bring a friend!

Facilitated by Marilyn Nutter  |  Wednesday, 6:30 pm | August 29-October 31  |  No Cost or Registration

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.