Women in our culture have significant pressure and bear enormous burdens. We want to relieve the pressure and ease the burden by more deeply connecting you to the One who can bear all of our burdens.
The Women's Ministry at Generations is a way to pursue personal discipleship and relational connection through the simple rhythm of regular bible study together, supplimented by other events during the year.
We can get intimidated by how big the bible is and how hard parts of it are to understand. But we're convinced that Jesus is the solution to all our struggles and the one who satisfies all of our deepest longings. And it's through God's word that we learn about and encounter Jesus. We walk side by side together so that we might see Christ more fully formed in one another.
This is for all women of all ages, in all walks of life, with any desire to know God and other women more deeply. You don't have to know anything about the Bible, and you certainly don't have to know everything about the Bible. It's a safe environment where women can come with questions, thoughts, struggles, doubts, and a desire for something deeper than surface level solutions for soul level needs.
FALL STUDIES and EVENTS for 2019:
A Woman’s High Calling by Elizabeth George
- August 9th
- September 13th
- October 11th
- November 8th
- December 13th
We meet from 7-9 pm on each of these evenings to share a meal and discuss specific chapters from this book. Location changes each month depending on who is hosting.
Please contact Martina McCallie for more details.
Finding Hope When Life Seems Dark
This study will cover the books of Hosea, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah (New Inductive Study Series by Kay Arthur and Pete DeLacy)
- Fridays 10:00 am - 12 pm starting August 30th for 13 weeks
Please contact Karen Wilson to register or to get more details.
WOMEN'S RETREAT - REFRESHED BY THE WORD, LEARNING TO LIVE ON THE PRECEPTS OF GOD
- Date: October 25 - 27
- Location: Many Streams Ranch near Rome, GA
- Cost: $130 (all included) - First deposit already due.
For more information please contact Martina McCallie.