Women's Bible Studies

Women’s Bible Studies

These studies are open to all women! Dig deep into the Truth of God’s Word, find encouragement, make new friends and above all, grow closer to the Lord.

Browse the list below for more information on the different studies offered. To sign up online, select the class in the list and complete the registration form.

Found In Him by Elyse Fitzpatrick

  • Dates: January 22 - April 9
  • Time: Sunday, 5:30 -7:00pm
  • Place: Room E104

In this study we will learn how to reflect on the Incarnation as well as the Christian’s position in Christ--two doctrines that are foundational for truly understanding and rejoicing in salvation.

Leader: Judy Chiles 205.478.3786

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Revelation Part 3 Precept Upon Precept by Kay Arthur

  • Dates: February 1 - April 12
  • Time: Wednesday, 9:00 - 11:00am
  • Place: Room E108/110

Explore the relationship of the book of Revelation to the Gospels - realize the prophecies and teachings they contain about the last days.

 Leader: Thalia Freeman 205.987.7334

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Where Are You Going - Jonah In & Out Precept Study by Kay Arthur

  • Dates: February 9 - February 23
  • Time: Thursday, 6:30 -8:00pm
  • Place: Room E108/110

Have you ever tried to run away from God? God used a reluctant prophet to tell an evil city of His compassion for them. When God calls you to deliver a message to someone you don’t love, will you run, or get angry, or comply?

Leader: Heather Skaggs 205.739.5341

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Esther Bible Study

  • Dates: February 21 - April 18
  • Time: Tuesday, 6:30 - 8:00pm
  • Place: Room E107

The story of Esther is perfect guidelines for us when we find ourselves in a situation where right and wrong are not clearly defined and every choice we have seems to be a troubling mixture of good and bad. It is perfect inspiration for us when we find ourselves in situations we never sought, never planned for, and don’t think we have the gifts to succeed at. The book of Esther tells us what to do- trust these situations to the LORD. ***There is no set workbook for this study. Kristie will contact the members and let them know what to bring to class.

Leader: Kristie Harrick 205.936.7322

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MomEncourage- Winter/Spring Session by Ashley Anderton

  • Dates: February 21 - April 11
  • Time: Tuesday, 9:15 - 11:00am
  • Place: Room C111/112

There is hope in the midst of the noise of parenting. God has given clear and timeless truths for parents to follow. We’ll search scripture for these answers to help you live out truth and be a Godly mom. Also, two sessions will focus on the wife’s role in marriage and how to embraces these roles and find more fulfillment in marriage. Join the MomEncourage Winter/Spring Study on parenting and marriage. The only book needed is the bible. Listening guides will be provided each session. Childcare for MomEncourage is $2 per hour.

Topics include:
  • What Kind of Parent are you?
  • Disciplining Your Child through the Stages of Life.
  • God’s First Words to Children.
  • What Does Honoring Your Parents Look Like?
  • Is Technology Helping or Hurting My Kids?
  • What Does The Bible Say A Woman is To Do in Marriage?
  • What Does Submission as a Wife look like?

Leader: Ashley Anderton 205.305.6493

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Kinsman Redeemer- Ruth In & Out Precept Study by Kay Arthur

  • Dates: March 2 - March 16
  • Time: Thursday, 6:30 -8:00pm
  • Place: Room E108/110

If you were a slave, who would buy your freedom? If you had an enemy, who would come to your defense? In the Old Testament, this buyer-defender known as a “kinsman - redeemer” was usually a close relative. If you’re a believer, you already have one - Jesus Christ! This rich study shows how Jesus both bought us and advocates for us, offering us an opportunity to rebuild our broken lives.

Leader: Heather Skaggs 205.739.5341

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Genesis Part 2 by Kay Arthur

  • Dates: March 5 - April 23
  • Time: Sunday, 5:00 -7:00pm
  • Place: Room E102

Adam and Eve, the serpent and an apple? Noah’s Ark and a worldwide flood? The Tower of Babel? Are these real or imagined? Stories or fact? What difference does it make anyway? Genesis holds the keys to understanding the origin of sin and evil, the justice of God’s judgment, and the mercy of God’s plan for the redemption of mankind and hope for a lost and dying world. Truths found in chapters 3-11 of Genesis lays a solid foundation for the rest of the story.

Leader: Melinda Lopez 205.305.3735

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