Women’s Ministry Spring 2020
SPRING 2020 REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Make new friends and spend time in God’s Word! Morning and evening options are available. Studies begin the week of January 12th. Register using the links with each class description.
Childcare information is at the bottom of this page. Please register for the class you want AND register for childcare if needed. If you enrolled for childcare in the fall, you do not need to re-register for the spring.
A mentoring class for young wives and mothers taught by older women, based on Titus 2:4. Divine Design is a community of women who are encouraged to love their husbands and children, to be pure and godly, so that the Word of God will not be dishonored. Practical lessons will be taught in homemaking (cooking, organization, time management, and crafting), as well as a Bible study lesson, and time for prayer in small group. Divine Design helps mothers find meaning in the mundane, great purpose in the practical, and supports them as they seek to grow their families toward Christ. Moms are encouraged to develop relationships outside the class with playdates and other activities.
Led by Clair Russell, Lorie Rutledge, Christina Osborne
West Tower 214, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM / Resumes January 14
Joy of Living: Romans
Embedded in the pages of Paul’s letter to the Romans is the power to change individual lives and entire societies. It is a power that we all long to experience as followers of Jesus Christ. Romans deals with how God, through Jesus Christ has enabled human beings to move from a place of condemnation and sin to a place of reconciliation and righteousness. Romans will change your life, just as it has changed thousands of lives through the centuries.
Led by Stacy Dardar
East Tower first floor, 9:30 – 11:45 am / Resumes January 14 / Cost: $23.00
Women in the Word: Finding God Faithful, by Kelly Minter
Trace the path of Joseph’s life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God’s sovereignty reigns, even in our darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God’s plan when life doesn’t make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.
Led by Mary Louise Berry and Leslee Lumpkin
West Tower 315, 9:30 – 11:30 am / Begins January 14 / Cost: $15.00
SonShip: Come Follow Me
SonShip is a small discipleship group. The group members are focused on helping each other mature in their walk with God as His children. Using a curriculum written by Jody Mayhew, the group listens for His voice as He speaks to them through scripture. Each week, group members share about what God is teaching them. God continues to reveal Himself as the group prays together and experiences the transformation brought about by the Holy Spirit.
Led by Stephanie Heflin
West Tower 308, 9:30 – 11:30 am / Resumes January 15
Precept AM: 1 Samuel – God’s Search for a Man after His Own Heart
From judges to kings, from the departure of God’s glory to the assurance of His help, from inquiring of the Lord to inquiring of a medium – this book of contrasts sets before us the importance of a life of obedience and how it’s lived out in the midst of interpersonal conflicts.
Led by Deana McCurdy
West Tower 320, 9:30 – 11:30 am / Begins January 15 / Cost: $20.00
This spiritual formation study will give us the opportunity to explore together what it means to follow Jesus in the overall pattern of his life. The small group dynamic provides community, encouragement, intentionality, and a great setting to explore a balanced vision of how to pursue closeness and likeness to Christ in all of life.
Practicing the Prayer-Filled ● Virtuous ● Spirit-Empowered ● Compassionate ● Word-Centered ● Sacramental Life.
Led by Shawn Shannon
West Tower 319, 9:30 – 11:30 am / Begins January 15 / Cost: $12.00
Life’s Healing Choices
This study, based around the book, “Life’s Healing Choices” by John Baker, is a DVD series taught by Rick Warren, which we will discuss in our group, week by week. It’s a practical look at the Beatitudes as they apply to the everyday challenges of life. Regardless of what you struggle with–whether it’s emotional, financial, relational, spiritual, or sexual–the Biblical principles that lead to healing and freedom are always the same, and our choice to change is always available.
Our prayer is that your participation in this study will lead to much growth and freedom as we travel together on the journey of “Life’s Healing Choices.”
Led by Lisa Meyerhoff and Jan Liesenfeld
West Tower 317, 9:30 – 11:30 am / Begins January 15 / Cost: $8.95
Precept PM: Spare Your People (Obadiah & Joel)
Obadiah and Joel prophesied about the judgment of all the nations in the coming day of the Lord. Edom was singled out by Obadiah because of how they treated Israel. Who would be spared? What would happen to Edom? Or to you? In these last days, as we wait for the Day of the Lord, we should remember that God is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in lovingkindness. He calls people to return to Him with their whole heart. Spare your people, O Lord.
Led by Laura Thames and Laurie Schlaudt
West Tower 309, 6:30 – 8:30 pm / Begins January 15 / Cost: $10.00
Women on Wednesday PM – The Attributes of God by A. W. Tozer
This book is an inspiring journey into the Father’s revelation of Himself. The author invites us to look more deeply into God’s grace, mercy, justice, holiness and goodness, among other things. Each chapter is centered around appropriate Scripture and enables the reader to refocus on the essential character of God.
Great time together for busy women! Feel free to come and go as your schedule permits.
6:00 – 6:30 PM: Early Prayer time
6:30 – 7:45 PM: The Attributes of God Study
7:45 – 8:15 PM: Late Prayer time
Led by Sherry Barker (713-299-2323) and Staci Spencer-Roth
West Tower 315, 6:00 – 8:15 PM / Begins January 15 / Cost: $12.00
Standing with the Lord: The Sanctity of Life, The Distribution of Wealth
What does God’s Word say about the issues that divide our culture today? Do we know enough about the biblical basis of what we believe to defend our position to others? If you have ever wondered, ‘What does the Bible really say about that?’ then this group is for you! You will experience an in-depth study of the Lord’s universal and timeless teachings from Scripture, and learn to apply them to contemporary concerns today.
Led by Betty York
West Tower 3rd Floor Grand Room, 9:00 – 11:00 AM / Resumes January 16 / Cost: $10.00
We invite you to participate in a Women’s Connect Group on Sunday morning at 10:00 AM:
Lydia (ungraded) – West Tower 202
Ruth (Women 50+) – Fireplace Room
If you have questions about childcare, please contact Kara at firstname.lastname@example.org or x8144. Thank you!
The Preschool Ministry at Tallowood provides childcare at no cost for parents while they attend classes on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Children may be dropped off starting 15 minutes before class begins and must be picked up within 15 minutes of the class conclusion. When your class is not meeting, there is no childcare provided. Please call Pat Uhlin at 832-320-8150 and cancel if you are unable to attend your class.
On Wednesday evenings, childcare is provided for infants to 2 years old without a reservation. Children 3 years and older participate in our children’s choir program, which requires a separate registration.