Women’s Bible Study

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CURRENT STUDY


Join us for a new Women’s Bible Study
Flooded
The Best Decisions to Make When Life is Hard and Doubt is Rising
by Nicki Koziarz

This 6 Session Study begins April 15
(Also available online through Proverbs31.org beginning April 12)
We will meet in the Fireside Room at
2:00 PM on Thursdays
OR
10:30 AM on Fridays.
You choose the time that works best for you.
If online works better for you at this time, let me know and we can ZOOM you in.
Let me know if you would like us to order you a book. Cost is $15.

About this study:

Please, God, no more hard things.

Nicki Koziarz knows what it’s like to whisper those words to God. She understands what it feels like to be flooded by hopelessness and hard situations, wondering if it will ever stop.

Hard circumstances often stir up something so destructive in a soul: doubt.

Through the painful loss of her mom to a brain tumor and her brother to suicide, she has learned that if doubt is left undealt with, it can cause unbelief to flood our lives — to the point that faith becomes unrecognizable. In the midst of her pain, Nicki looked through the lens of the biblical account of Noah and discovered five decisions a person can make to help deflect the destruction of doubt.

When you are wrestling with doubt and fighting back hopelessness, Flooded will help you:

  • Quiet the fear that God won’t come through by discovering the difference between wishful thinking and biblical hope.
  • Resist the urge to control the uncontrollable by finding peace in between the problem and the promise.
  • Find the familiar faithfulness of God in His Word when it feels like nothing is normal and everything is falling apart.

The reality of hard times holds a decision for each of us to find hope. And the decision to find it is yours. But you don’t have to do it alone. It’s time to rise above doubt together.

Please contact me if you have any questions.
-Tammy

Tammy Branum
Director of Discipleship & Christian Education
tammy@spiritlakeumc.org
712-336-3115 (Ext. 2)