First Baptist Church Joelton

Women

   Joan Cook, Facilitator

On the Go Bible Study at FBCJ
“Heart of Abraham, The Blessing of Obedience”

Begins Thursday, March 7
6:45 pm in Room 1102

Registrations are requested to help us prepare materials. If you are bringing a friend, please ask that they register individually. Thank you!

Reserve your spot here!


Our mission is to reach women for Christ and mature them in their faith through prayer, Bible study and discipleship. It is also our desire to support the entire mission of our church.

The Women’s Ministry strives to:

  • *  Equip local church women to enrich the lives of other women through Christ
  • *  Help women discover their God-given gifts for ministry, determine needs in their communities, and match those needs with their gifts of service; and
  • *  Lead women to accept Christ as Lord, become women of deep prayer, and become women who studythe Bible and base their lives on the Word of God.

Along the way we will laugh a lot and develop many new friendships. We encourage you to become involved as we carry out our tasks and mission. Please contact Janet Brinson and share your heart with other sisters in Christ!

We are making plans for new programs that will meet the diverse needs of our women. Be sure to check this page often, as new things are added.

Guiding Verse: “To prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up, until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” Ephesians 4:12-13


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The goal of INTERFACE is to reach women who have a strong desire and commitment to study the Bible and serve along with other Christian women in our church. The program includes an intense personal Bible study coupled with practical living skills in small intimate group settings. It is family friendly in that it will begin in August and end in the middle of November. We do not resume meetings February and end in April. Times of these meetings will be determined by the individual leaders, and child care will be provided. This is not a “drop by when you feel like it” Bible Study. Meetings are approximately 2 hours each week. The rewards of being personally accountable to someone else to be in the Word on a daily basis will be just one of the blessings we will get from this study. If you have a strong desire to know the Bible better, have a closer relationship with the Lord, and develop strong Christian friendships, we invite you to explore this unique way of studying God’s Word.

 If you are interested in joining us when our next semester begins or would like more information, contact Carol Ashford.