Women's Bible Studies
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Women's Bible Studies
Who Can Join?
We invite women of all ages and stages. You may be new to the Bible, a seasoned student of Scripture, or anywhere in-between. Perhaps you've attended church for decades, or maybe you've never set foot in a church. We welcome you all!
When Can I Join?
Many studies welcome women at any time throughout the year though some studies have a set curriculum which is best to join at the beginning.
Who Are The Leaders?
All Bible Studies listed are led by trained leaders that provide a safe environment for discussion, fellowship, growth, accountability and prayer.
What Is The Format?
Each group meets weekly, under the direction of a trained leader. Group leaders determine the time and location (either at Perimeter Church or in a member's home). The leader also determines what each group will study based on theological parameters of Perimeter Church.
For studies that take place at the church, Childcare/Children's Programming is available with pre-registration and a reasonable fee for newborn through five years old on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30-11:30 AM. Register your children according to which study you would like to attend below.
What Studies Are Available?
- A group of retired women gather at the church weekly to study the Bible. Please join them this fall for
"Gideon, Your Weakness, God's Strength" by Priscilla Shirer
Ever feel insufficient? Could it be that your weaknesses are the keys that unlock God's strength? Through a look at the life of Gideon, you can discover that instead of ignoring, neglecting, or trying to escape your weaknesses, you can see them as the gifts, given specifically and strategically by God to unlock the door of God's strength.
When: Tuesday, starting September 15, 10:00 - 11:30 AM
Where: Uptown Auditorium
Leader: Gloria Northern
- "When Life Is Hard" by James MacDonald
Why does life have to be so hard? When you find yourself asking that question, you need to know that God hasn't abandoned you. He is right there, wanting to help you, direct you, sustain you and He wants this trial to change you; to change your conduct and refine your character. God said that we can expect trials. The trials that God allows have purpose. He can use them to accomplish great things.
When: Thursday, starting September 10, 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Where: Room C11
Leader: Laura Madden
- Respect Dare
Do you want to communicate better with your husband and increase intimacy with him in the process? Are you open to discovering proven results from real women who have turned their marriages around or turned them from good to great? What is the key to transforming your relationship with your husband? Respect.
When: Wednesday, starting September 9, 9:30 - 11:30 AM
Leader: Debra Potter
- "Believing Jesus", by Lisa Harper
Lisa Harper takes a look at the lives of the believers in Acts and how Jesus' command to spread the gospel forever shaped their lives. You will study about Peter, the first believers, Stephen and Paul. How the church was built through the power of the Holy Spirit, how God wants us to have a heart of giving, how it cost some of the early believers their lives to follow Christ and how God's grace can change the worst of sinners. It will make you willing to have your life interrupted by God and boldly share the gospel with the world.
When: Tuesday, starting September 15, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Leader: Sally Sheffield
- We also encourage you to consider joining a Women's Discipleship Group!
For additional information you may contact Women's Ministry at email@example.com or 678.405.2226.
For More Information
Different, or the same?
If you are familiar with our Bible study ministry you should know that we are making some exciting changes this year - we are taking a break from weekly large-group gatherings and allowing our individual small groups to branch out on their own. Each group will select its own curriculum based on it's missional focus and the needs of group members. We hope the result will be a study that impacts your life in a deeply meaningful way.
Engaging the heart, not just the mind
Sometimes people think of "Bible Study" as a purely intellectual exercise. They think that the goal is to examine and debate Scripture just for academic reasons. While some Bible studies may work that way, ours is very different. True, they will stretch your mind, as you consider the profound truths of God. But it is not just intellectual. Our desire is to grasp God's love and rest in it so completely, that our hearts become more surrendered to Him.