Women’s Bible Studies

Women’s Evening Bible Study

Each Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the choir room through April 24.

 Study on Contemplative/Meditative Prayer: “Creating a Life with God: The Call of Ancient Prayer Practices,” by Daniel Wolpert is the subject of a new book study sponsored by the Women’s Committee, Libby Allen will lead this study covering various types of prayer that people have found helpful through the centuries. It is not necessary to purchase a copy of the book, but they are available through Amazon. Questions may be directed to Libby Allen  at allen_l@mercer.edu .

Women’s Morning Bible Study

Meets each Tuesday at Athens Kouzzina Café in Sugarloaf Mills Mall (across from the theater) at 11:30 a.m. for lunch and book discussion.

On April 11, we began a new study “It’s Good to Be Queen: Becoming As Bold, Gracious, and Wise As The Queen of Sheba” by Liz Curtis Higgs.  Gain wisdom from a legendary royal! Longing to deepen her understanding of God’s ways, the queen of Sheba traveled to Jerusalem to sit at Solomon’s feet. In It’s Good to be Queen, Liz Curtis Higgs invites you to join this celebrated woman as she learns how to be bold, seek counsel, admit wrongdoing, and above all else, to honor the King of Kings.

For more information on the morning Bible Study, please contact Jane Redman at jredman@parkway-baptist.org.