Women's Summer Small Group Series
We're offering two small group opportunities for women this summer and YOU ARE INVITED.
Pursuit is a series designed to connect women to God and each other.
This will be a time to dive into God's perspective regarding issues we face within ourselves and our world today.
Pursue faith and love and peace, and enjoy the companionship of those who call on the Lord with pure hearts.
2 Timothy 2:22
To join in, simply choose SERIES 1 or SERIES 2 and sign up HERE.
7 pm in the Cafe
SERIES 1 - HEALING OUR BROKENNESS
facilitated by Amy Crowley
Why There is Hope for
Your Brokenness: JUNE
Your past does not define you. No matter what your story of brokenness is, God still has a plan for you. Toni Collier, Founder of Broken Crayons Still Color, will remind you why there is hope when it feels like you can’t move forward.
Thing About Anxiety: JULY 12
We’ve all experienced trauma in one way or another, especially this last year. How do we handle it and take steps forward? Trauma therapist, Dr. Anita Phillips, will help you understand where we go from here.
What You Can’t Forget: AUGUST 9
Dive into what the Bible really says about forgiveness and the peace that comes from living it out right now. Author and speaker, Lysa TerKeurst, will help you discover how to move on and make peace with painful memories.
SERIES 2 - OUR ROLE IN TODAY’S CULTURE
facilitated by Glenda Recker
How to Navigate Today’s Culture: JUNE 28
What does it look like for us to be the Church in today’s culture? How do we be Christians that aren’t hiding from the world, but also aren’t swayed by it? Join Pastor John Mark Comer as he unpacks how we live a life that reflects God when the world around us is reeling.
Christian’s Guide to Engaging Politics: JULY 26
We all are trying to figure out how to engage our neighbors in this divisive landscape, and Eugene Cho, author of Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk, is going to offer healthy ways for us, as the Church, to lead the way in this.
Church’s Next Steps for Racial Reconciliation: AUGUST 23
What role does the Church play in racial reconciliation and what are the next steps to take? Join Be the Bridge founder, Latasha Morrison, and Arrabon Executive Director, David Bailey, for this conversation on racial justice and the Church.