Womens Bible Class

Week 6: Created in Christ (Colossians 1)

March 19, 2024

The letter to the Colossians is unique among Paul’s letters, because Paul had not personally been to the church at Colossae. He begins this letter with standard thanksgiving and prayer for the church, exalting Christ as preeminent over creation, the new creation and the Church.

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Week 11: Wrap-Up and Q&A

Taryn Mays
April 23, 2024
Closing our study in Paul’s letters to the Philippians, Colossians and Philemon, we take some time to reflect on the major takeaways from these letters. Themes of unity and family of God, sanctification, and hope in the midst of suffering. We...

Week 10: Grace & Peace (Philemon)

April 16, 2024
The letter to Philemon is a unique Pauline epistle, as he writes not to a church but to an individual. As Paul appeals to Philemon to forgive and receive back his runaway slave Onesimus, there’s a rich theme of grace...

Week 9: Servants of Christ (Colossians 4)

Aina Carruth
April 9, 2024
In Colossians 4, Paul finishes his instructions to the typical Roman Christian household by addressing masters. He ends his letter by asking the Colossians to pray for him, specifically requesting an open door for the gospel. He then ends his...