Grace Community Bible Church offers a variety of Bible studies that help men and women in their pursuit of godliness.
[For information on fellowship groups that meet during the week, see the Fellowship Groups page.]
MEN OF GRACE
Men of Grace exists to help form men who love Christ and treasure his Word. Specifically, Men of Grace seeks to help men be biblically discerning (Heb. 5:14), sacrificially loving (Gal. 5:23), faithfully praying (1 Tim. 2:8), humbly serving (Matt. 20:26-28), and spiritually leading (Eph. 5:25-6:4).
2022 Men's Bible Study
The Men of Grace are currently studying Killing Sin Habits: Conquering Sin with Radical Faith, by Stuart Scott.
"The word 'mortified' often implies shame or embarassment. When it relates to the mortification of sin, it means much more than that. Certainly we should be ashamed or embarrassed by our sin, but Scripture teaches that we are to actively subdue our sin; and more radically, kill our sin habits."
We meet on the 2nd Sunday evening of each month.
The Spring 2022 Study begins on Sunday, January 9.
WOMEN OF GRACE
Women’s Ministry at Grace Community Bible Church exists to create and cultivate godly women, who worship and glorify God together, through the teaching, study, and application of God’s Word, and developing authentic biblical relationships, for the purpose of fellowship and growing together in biblical maturity.
2022 Women's Bible Study
This year, the Women of Grace are studying Damsels in Distress: Biblical Solutions for Problems Women Face, by Martha Peace.
We meet on the 4th Sunday evening of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Our study begins on Sunday, January 23, 2022.
1/23 - Introduction & Ch. 1
2/20* - Gossip & Slander (Ch. 2 )
3/27 - Idolatrous Emotional Attachments (ch. 3)
4/24 - Manipulation (Ch. 4)
5/22 - Hurt Feelings (Ch. 5)
6/26 - Vanity (Ch. 6)
7/24 - PMS (Ch. 7)
8/28 - Legalism (Ch. 8)
9/25 - The Feminist Influence (Ch. 9)
10/23 - Role of Women in the Church Ch. 10
11/20* - Trials (Ch. 11) & Conclusion
*Meeting will be on the 3rd Sunday.
For questions and details about the study please contact Christi Lawson at 281-351-6500, or email firstname.lastname@example.org