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Ladies: Do you have a desire to know and understand God’s Word but struggle to know where to begin and what steps to take?
Do you ever wonder if there is more to personal Bible study than reading a passage and perhaps a brief devotional or commentary?
If you answered ‘yes’ to either of those questions, then “Women of the Word” is for you. In “Women of the Word”, author Jen Wilkin provides a strategy to enable you to study the Bible on your own and build a foundation for understanding the big story of Scripture…God’s story. This July we will be meeting on 2 evenings to discuss ‘Women of the Word’ and we would love to have you join us!
What: ‘Women of the Word’ Book Discussion
Led By: Jane Keck
When: July 10 (Chapters 1-4)
July 24 (Chapters 5-8)
Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm
Cost: You simply need to purchase the “Women of the Word” book by Jen Wilkin.
Where: Harvest Bible Chapel West Valley
Childcare: Unfortunately there will not be childcare for this event.
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Join us for some singing, time in the Word, and breakfast burritos at our Men's Breakfast! Come early to enjoy some hot coffee and fellowship with other brothers in Christ. Bring your son's and friends and join us!
Consider Harvest is offered several times annually. It discusses the history of our church, describes a disciple of Jesus Christ, explains our church government, what the Bible says about baptism, and the commitments of members of Harvest Bible Chapel West Valley. This class is a prerequisite for church membership at Harvest.
Come hear what true biblical membership looks like and become a part of what God is doing here in the West Valley!
Childcare is not provided at this time. Snacks / Beverages will be provided.
The Harvest Compassion Center (HCC) serves hundreds of families every month, supplying food and clothing to people in our community. To help support the HCC in caring for our community, we are holding Barefoot Sunday. Come wearing a pair of new or gently used tennis shoes and bring extra pairs with you. We will have a time during the service to drop them in bins as a celebration and an offering to the Lord.