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    Spring 2023 Women's Bible Studies

    Abide 

    Leaders:  

    Felicity Ammons: feesara@yahoo.com  

    Jen Gawne: jgawne@msn.com 

    Dates and location:  Thursdays, Jan 19 – March 30 at the Central Campus 

    Time:  9:30 – 11:30 am 

    Cost to Register:  Kingsland purchases workbook $25 / Participant Purchases $0 

    Description: 

    How can we hold onto assurance of our faith? How can we discern the truth from a lie? How can we know God loves us? We invite you to join us for a verse-by-verse study of 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John. In a world where it feels like nothing is constant, and things are unstable both outside and inside the church, John has a timely message for us. God's truth abides in us and we abide in him. In these three short letters, the apostle John reminds an early church facing division, deception, and doubt to hold fast to what they know and to live like they believe it. Two thousand years later, his words call to modern Christians facing similar challenges to hold tight to our salvation and to abide in his truth.  

    Workbook Link: Abide 

    Click here to register for Abide

     

    Amazing Collection 

    Leaders:  

    Pam Whitcomb: pwhitcomb@comcast.net 

    Kalee Harper: kalee24@hotmail.com 

    Dates and location: Thursdays, Jan 19 - April 27 at the Central Campus 

    Time: 9:30 – 11:30 am 

    Cost to register: $30, if purchasing books through the church; Free, if purchased yourself through Amazon 

    Description: 

    THE AMAZING COLLECTION continues our journey through the entire Bible.  This spring semester will cover two more sets, covering Romans -1 Thessalonians, and 1 Timothy -Philemon. Below is a synopsis of each set: 

    Set 9: Paul’s Letters to the Churches (Romans, First Corinthians, Second Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, First Thessalonians, and Second Thessalonians) written by Paul over a period of fourteen years to seven churches scattered throughout Asia Minor, Greece, and Rome.  The Spirit of God and the purpose of the Scriptures make them as applicable today as they were nearly two thousand years ago when the apostle originally penned them. 

    Set 10: Paul’s Letters to Pastors (First Timothy, Second Timothy, Titus, and Philemon) written to individual men responsible for leadership in three different churches: Timothy in Ephesus, Titus on the island of Crete, and Philemon in Colossae, over a period of six years, from AD 61 to 67. As you study these books, you will become acquainted with the character traits of a leader, the various forms of leadership, the descriptions of ministry for various groups of people within the church, and the warnings against false teachers and practices. This was new ground in first century AD, and under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, it was ground broken well and permanently. Biblical churches still look to these books for direction in church leadership. 

    Click here to register for Amazing Collection

     

    Bible Art Journaling 

    Leaders: 

    Susan Derbecker: derbecker@sbcglobal.net 

    Danielle Greene: ndgreene2@gmail.com 

    Dates and location: Thursdays, Jan 19 - Mar 9 at the Central Campus 

    Time: 9:30 – 11:30 am 

    Cost to Register: $20 supply fee 

    Description: 

    We will examine the Ten Commandments and how they can apply to our own lives today. Each week will consist of a short Bible lesson and then a related art project. Our study will be based on the book Ten Words to Live By by Jen Wilkin. Participants are NOT required to buy or read the book, but if you wish to do so, you can find it at this link:  https://a.co/d/c62niD2 

    Click here to register for Bible Art Journaling

     

    Family Bible Study 

    Leader: Tamber Jones: tamberjones@gmail.com 

    Dates and location: Thursdays, January 19 – April 27 at the Central Campus 

    Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am  

    Cost to register: $25 for the Excavate book, $20 for the Explore book, and $10 for the optional study guide  

    Description: 

    This Bible study has been designed for families: mom and/or dad and children grades K-12.  The goal of this study is to deepen our relationship with God and others through the study of Ephesians, highlighting the topics of anthropology, sin, and salvation.  We will meet weekly for Family Worship, age-appropriate study time, fellowship, and prayer. 

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    Habakkuk: Patiently Trusting the Lord’s Justice 

    Leaders:  

    Krystal Burns: krystalburnsm@gmail.com  

    Vianey Sanchez: ruizvia@hotmail.com 

    Dates and location: Tuesdays, Jan 17 – March 28 at the North Campus 

    Time:  9:30 – 11:30 am 

    Cost to Register:  $15 

    Description: 

    What are godly people to do when the moral and spiritual fabric of their nation is being ripped apart and the political and social structures are disintegrating? This is the problem the prophet Habakkuk addressed in this book written in the last days of Judah’s independence before Babylonian captivity. Join us as we walk through this fascinating and relevant book verse by verse through discussion and personal study. As we fellowship through small group prayer, scripture memory and study, you will learn skills to help you understand and apply not only this book but any passage of the Bible. 

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    Habacuc: Confía pacientemente en la justicia del Señor 

    Líderes:  

    Laura Cervantes: lacedim@hotmail.com  

    Vania Lopez: vania_lopez@msn.com 

    Día y lugar: Los jueves por la mañana en el campus central 

    Fechas:  Jan 19 – Mar 23 

    Coste de registro:  $15 

    Descripción: 

    ¿Qué deben hacer los creyentes cuando el tejido moral y espiritual de su nación se está desgarrando y las estructuras políticas y sociales se están desintegrando? Este es el problema que aborda el profeta Habacuc en este libro escrito en los últimos días de la independencia de Judá antes de la cautividad en Babilonia. Únase a nosotros mientras estudiamos este fascinante y relevante libro versículo por versículo a través de la discusión y el estudio personal. Mientras convivimos en grupos pequeños de oración, memorizando  y estudiando las Escrituras, usted aprenderá habilidades que le ayudarán a comprender y aplicar no solo con este libro, sino también con cualquier pasaje de la Biblia. 

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    Jesus and Women: In the First Century and Now 

    Leaders:  

    Tava Dalton: tavagrace@gmail.com  

    Rebecca Skinner: rskinner@kingsland.org 

    Dates and location:  Wednesdays, Jan 18 – April 19 at the Central Campus 

    Time:  6:00 – 7:30 pm 

    Cost to Register:  Kingsland purchases workbook $25 / Participant Purchases $0 

    Description: 

    Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth—braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, “Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.”  Those words, once meant to comfort a hurting woman’s soul thousands of years ago, were also meant for you.  
    Join us for this lifechanging study as we learn from biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland as she transports us back to Jesus’ world, following in the footsteps of the women who came face-to-face with the Living God. We will examine the historical and cultural climate of first-century Middle Eastern society to not only understand Jesus more deeply but to fuel our worship of Him today. In this study, we will explore how Jesus generously restores dignity and honor to women in the first century and now as we gain deeper insight into the biblical world and gain a fresh perspective on familiar Bible stories. 

    Workbook Link: Jesus and Women 

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    Jesus and Women: In The First Century and Now in Chinese-Mandarin  

    耶稣与妇女-从第一世纪到如今作者:克里斯蒂·麦克莱兰)  

    Leaders:  

    Zina (Yangzi) Li: yli@kingsland.org  

    Dates and Location: Thursday Evening by Zoom (Link will be sent after registration), Jan 19 – April 27 

    Time:  8:00 – 9:00 pm 

    Description: 

    Imagine walking the dusty roads of Galilee with Jesus of Nazareth—braving jostling crowds just to touch the edge of His cloak and hear Him say, “Take heart, daughter, your faith has healed you.” Those words, once meant to comfort a hurting woman’s soul thousands of years ago, were also meant for you. Join biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland on those dusty roads as she transports you back to Jesus’ world, stepping into the footsteps of the women who came face to face with the living God. Over 7 sessions, examine the historical and cultural climate of first-century Middle Eastern society to not only understand Jesus more deeply but to fuel your worship of Him today.  

    想象一下,与拿撒勒人耶稣一起走在加利利尘土飞扬的道路上——冒着拥挤的人群,只是为了触摸他的外衣边缘,听到他说:放心吧,女儿,你的信仰已经治愈了你。那句话,千百年前,曾经是为了安慰一个受伤的女人的灵魂,现在也是为了你。 

    在尘土飞扬的道路上加入圣经文化家克里斯蒂·麦克莱兰(Kristi McLelland,她将您带回耶稣的世界,踏上与永生上帝面对面的女性的脚步。超过 7 节课,考察一世纪中东社会的历史和文化氛围,不仅可以更深入地了解耶稣,还可以推动您今天对他的敬拜。 

    Online Study Link: https://jesusandwomenglobal.com/zh/jesus-and-women-study-3/ 

    Click here to register for 耶稣与妇女-从第一世纪到如今 

     

    The Daniel Dilemma:  How to Stand Firm and Love Well in a Culture of Compromise 

    Leaders:  

    Sherry Long: longbranchcypressmill@yahoo.com  

    Syndey McGee: sydneymcgee13@gmail.com 

    Dates and Location: Monday evenings, Jan 23 – Feb 27 at the Central Campus 

    Time:  6:30 – 8:00 pm 

    Cost to Register:  Kingsland purchases workbook $13 / Participant Purchases $0 

    Description: 

    Christians today face a dilemma. In a world that seems to reject everything we believe, how do we walk closely with God without caving to pressure or alienating those we hope to reach? Over the course of six weeks, The Daniel Dilemma study shows us that we can hold firmly to biblical beliefs without becoming obnoxious, insulting, or mad. We can stand strong while loving others well. Standing for truth isn’t about winning the argument; it’s about winning hearts. When we learn the secret of connecting before correcting, we discover that we can respond to today’s hard questions without compromising grace or truth. With fresh insights and practical ideas, we can be encouraged Christians struggling with our cultural reality to hold God’s standards high and His grace deep…just as Jesus did! 

    Workbook Link:  The Daniel Dilemma

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    Twelve More Women of the Bible 

    Leaders:  

    Pat Bramlett: patybramlett@aol.com 

    Shannon Busch: shannonbusch@hotmail.com 

    Dates & Location: Thursdays, Jan 19 – April 20 at the Central Campus 

    Time: 9:30 – 11:30 am 

    Cost to Register:  Kingsland purchases workbook $17 / Participant Purchases $0 

    Description: 

    Women were important and strong in Bible times.  God used them for the glory of His kingdom. Dive into this twelve-week study to learn about women of the Bible and how their stories impact us in a modern world. You will discover new insights into God's character, how to persevere through difficult times, and find joy in the hope that Jesus provides. This is the perfect study to jump into at any time and the ideal study for the busy woman!  There’s no mandatory homework and each week is a separate lesson that doesn’t correspond with another so you can never “fall behind”.  Join us this spring as we learn about Deborah, Esther, Priscilla, and “The Bent Woman” just to name a few.  For more information about this study contact   

    Workbook link: Twelve More Women of the Bible 

    Click here to register for Twelve More Women of the Bible 

     

     

    Other Women’s Ministry Options:

    North Katy Campus Women’s Coffee Meet Up 

    Leader: Laura Davidson  lauradavidson111@gmail.com  

    Dates:  2nd Saturday of each month 

    Time: 9 – 10 am 

    Women’s Coffee Meet Up is a time to gather at NKC in an informal setting.  We invite all ladies interested to come enjoy easy conversation within a group setting.  Kingsland’s Women’s Ministry hopes to create a sense of hospitality for new women who may find it hard to make a connection.  We encourage you to return once a month and be the first to welcome someone new to the table.  At these monthly gatherings on the second Saturday of each month, our goal is to connect people with events that will deepen their connection to the community at Kingsland. 

    Click here to register for the North Katy Campus Women’s Coffee Meet Up

     

    King’s Quilters 

    Leader: Martha Binkowski binkowski@consolidated.net 

    Dates: First and third Monday

    Time: 9-2 pm

    The King's Quilters meet on the first and third Monday in the A-Conference Room at the Central Campus. Projects include making quilts for the Katy Pregnancy Help Center, The Kampala Uganda Comfort Center and The Imparting Smiles children's home in Cambodia, and more. All ladies are welcome regardless of experience. 

     

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