Women’s Study Resources

Tuesday Night Bible Study
 
1st and 3rd Tuesdays at Church, starting January 19th
 
A group of ladies of various ages, meet on the first and third Tuesdays at 6:30 pm, and we invite you to join us as we begin a new study in the Book of Daniel.  Daniel was a young man who found himself in a situation in which he had no control. He had been taken from all he had known in his Jewish culture in Israel, carried off as a captive and plopped down in the middle of the foreign, pagan culture of Babylon. Daniel would have felt right at home in our modern, secular world where political correctness has replaced personal convictions. This study shares guidelines on how to find our way in a culture that has lost its way. The book of Daniel has all the makings of a great story: memorable characters, cliffhanging moments, and incredible visions. Yet we miss the point if we pay more attention to Daniel’s story than we pay to Daniel’s God. In this helpful study, we
will see how this fascinating biblical book ultimately points to our sovereign Lord.
 
We will be ordering our study books no later than January 4 and the study will begin on January 19. If you have questions or wish to order a book …
• Call or text Bev @ 920-447-9391 / or email bev.sohre@gmail.com
• Call Debbie at 920-668-6725 / email office@faithreformedchurch.org.
Time is short so please contact us soon. We look forward to having you join us.
2020 – 2021 Suggestions: 
Name of Resource
Cost
Short description
About $15
Covenant theology teaches us that the Bible is one story from Genesis to Revelation of God’s plan of redemption through Jesus. In this series, Nancy Guthrie helps us see Jesus throughout the Old Testament. See Jesus in various books

Adult book: about $20

Child book: about $8

DVD = $70

Buy a set of books and a DVD set so you can share the online link to watch the videos with your group. From Garden to Glory is a ten-week study written by the Fall 2019 PCA conference speaker Courtney Doctor.  

Have you ever . . .
…wondered what Exodus has to do with Ephesians?

…wanted to study your Bible but didn’t know where to begin?
…thought of the Bible as nothing more than a set of rules to be followed?
Then this study is for you!  

There is also a pre-school companion resource where each lesson corresponds with the adult study. Every chapter has a lesson, a craft and an activity.

About $15 if ordered in a group.
A 12-week study on the book of Ephesians and each week is broken into 5 days worth of material.  A few of us completed this study over the summer and found it to be incredibly encouraging and filled with new insights even after having studied Ephesians previously.  Each week there is a 30 minute teaching video available online at this link: https://pcacdm.org/HBS/ available through December 2020.  This study was about a 3-hour per week commitment to do it well.
About $7 on Amazon

Now Includes Brand-New Study Questions for Each Chapter

We all know it’s important to study God’s Word. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. What’s more, a lack of time, emotionally driven approaches, and past frustrations can erode our resolve to keep growing in our knowledge of Scripture. How can we, as Christian women, keep our focus and sustain our passion when reading the Bible? Offering a clear and concise plan to help women go deeper in their study of Scripture, this book will equip you to engage God’s Word in a way that trains your mind and transforms your heart.

Free

These studies are a range of lengths and each one covers a book of the Bible.  These are a free download so you just have to cover the printing cost – or you can work with the church office to have some printed for you.  

For those who like schedules, here is a recommended 10-week breakdown.  If able to start earlier than Sept 13, you will have one week of wiggle room to still allow you a 4 week Advent study before Christmas. It’s perfectly fine if you choose not to do the advent study, to split your study between Fall and Spring, meet every other week, etc.  Some studies are designed to be longer or shorter than 10 weeks.