…three ways the Bible Study will help you grow closer to God during Lent.
Women in the Bible aren’t shy or retiring; they’re fierce and funny and demanding and relevant to twenty-first-century people.
Sharing personal experiences and exploring our faith through these conversations has allowed me to grow and deepen my spiritual relationship and commitment to the church community.
W4 – Women’s Weekly Wine & Word small group (formerly known Young Women’s Bible Study YWBS) will be kicking off for the fall on Thursday, September 10th at 7pm. We will meet at Megan and SommerAnn’s place. Please bring a dish or a bottle of wine to share.
St. Luke’s Young Women’s Bible Study meets about every other Thursday for fellowship, food, and study. Please see the dates below or more information:
Hi ladies, I hope everyone had a lovely summer and is enjoying the fall season (yay for pumpkin spice lattes!) We are excited to kick-off another year of Young Women’s Bible Study at St. Luke’s with our bi-weekly discussions, some new service events in the community, and some purely social events to get to know
Pop singer Belinda Carlisle reminds us in her 1987 hit “Heaven is a Place on Earth” that “in heaven love comes first.” That’s what we want, isn’t it — in a cruel and broken world — for love to come first? This is the core meaning of Jesus’ most important words in the Gospel of
This summer we have discovered / rediscovered the prophets (particularly Elijah, Elisha, Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, and Jeremiah) in the Sunday readings and the sermons. A small group has taken a more intense look at each of these before worship during the weeks of the long green season leading us into fall. We have learned a
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By Erika Dornfeld As we have heard, the prophets don’t tell the future so much as they tell the truth. When I read the first chapter of Hosea, I would have rather stopped right there. It all sounded so untrue to my ears! In fact, the whole book of Hosea has politically incorrect, violent, and