WHAT: A women’s Bible study on the Book of Ezekiel
WHEN: Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., from May 12 until the end of August
WHERE: Calvin Hall, Room, 211
WHO: All women and teenage girls of any church
“Can these dry bones live?” That question from Ezekiel chapter 37 is often one of the only things that even long-time believers know about this often-overlooked major prophet of the Old Testament, but there is so much more to discover in this wonderfully rich book!
Ezekiel points us to Christ in many ways, and that’s what we will study this summer in the Women’s Reformed Inductive Bible Study entitled, “The New Heavens and New Earth as Seen in the Old Testament: A Study of Ezekiel.”
We will meet at Redeemer in Room 211 of Calvin Hall on Saturdays from 9:30-11:45 a.m. starting this Saturday, May 12 through the end of August.
We will watch and listen to rich teaching from a variety of notable Reformed pastors and theologians in addition to our class discussions. There will be weekly homework, but it is not required to attend the class.
Don’t let summer travel plans prevent you from participating! We’ll be glad to have you whenever your schedule allows.
If you have any questions or would like to sign up, please contact Mary Anna Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-922-4601). You’re always welcome to attend without signing up, but if we know you’re coming, that helps us to prepare for the right number.
Women and teenage girls from ALL churches are encouraged to join us, so please invite friends and neighbors!