Rooted: The Hidden Places Where God Develops You by Banning Liebscher
Begins Wednesday | June 2 | 6:30 PM | South Campus Fellowship Hall
Begins Sunday | June 6 | 10:45 AM | South Campus Room B200
Begins Sunday| June 6 | 11:00 AM | North Campus Room 201
Join us for a 6 week study beginning Wednesday, June 3 & Sunday, June 6, 2021!
God is not interested in developing your vision first.
He is interested in developing you.
In Rooted, Banning Liebscher takes us to the life of David to show how God expands our root system in the hidden places before leading us to where we all desire to go, the visible world. It was in a field of prayerful devotion, a season of serving, and a cave of community that God prepared David for his crown, the same way God prepares us. Take a look at your own life. Are you embracing God’s process, the sometimes painstaking and maddening process? When we can release ourselves to God we will find that we can thrive while He develops us, rather than succumb to discouragement.
Whatever your age or season of life, it takes immense courage to slow down enough to let God grow a root system in your life so that you can bear fruit that remains. You are where you are because God has planted you there. Discover what it looks like to embrace His process so you can do what He has called you to, change the world.
Sunday | 9:00 AM | South Campus B200
Join Beltway Women in Launch, this is the women’s equivalent to Man Academy and is designed to go into the hard topics women face in the areas of life God is launching them into. All women are welcome, feel free to jump in anytime! Some topics will be relationship with Him, marriage, family, friendship, ministry, career, and emotions to name a few. If you are wanting to go deeper with women of influence in the church, this is the class for you!
Betrayal & Beyond
Sunday | 3:00 PM | South Campus B101
Betrayal & Beyond reveals the truth and nature of sexual addiction, and how women are wounded by the addict’s behaviors. For women who have suffered betrayal, their healing comes from understanding the role of trauma, establishing healthy boundaries, exploring the depth of forgiveness, and learning to live in restoration.