This year Women’s Bible Study (WBS) begins our sixth year as a Ford’s Colony club. From the very beginning, our mission has been “to explore the Bible and its relevance to women in the 21st century.” All Ford’s Colony women are welcome, regardless of whether or not you have any previous knowledge of the Bible. No homework is required and each week’s lesson stands on its own, allowing flexibility for busy schedules and travel. Gifted teachers present a lesson each week, followed by informal discussion and fellowship around tables. WBS meets every Tuesday morning, from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. at the Swim & Tennis Club from September 12 through May 1, with some holiday breaks interspersed in the schedule.
We know that you will find this year’s study to be very helpful as you navigate the choppy waters of life in this changing culture. So many times this year you may have wondered, “What is going on?” and then, “How do I even respond, or even think, about this world right now?” We have found that it is often helpful to have the counsel and perspective from the oldest book still in print - the Holy Bible.
Our study theme this year is, “Reflections of the Master”, with a focus on the life of Jesus as found in the four gospels of the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) and selected Old Testament passages. We will see reflections of Jesus as He encounters many different people in various life situations, not unlike many situations in our world and in our own lives today. Through fascinating stories, we will see reflections of Jesus’ compassion, grace, humility, power, love, forgiveness, and much more. Join us in experiencing “Reflections of the Master” and the warm fellowship of new neighborhood friends
Back Row, left to right: Margaret Mastbrook, Trish Ulanich, Dianne Kinnaird, Leisa Schultz, Jo Stansell.
Front Ron, left to right: Stephi Fisher, Kathy Roper, Arlene Vender Loon, Linda Jones.
Missing: Judy Yates, Ruth Keeble
Mission Statement: "To explore the Bible and its relevance to women in the 21st century."
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