"Sowing Seeds for Our Savior" - Women's Jail Ministry

chainsOur mission in is to scatter the seed of Jesus Christ through proclaiming the gospel to non-believers and those who are deeply lost, and to be used as vessels to the glory of God the Father. We visit Baxter County Detention Center on the last Sunday of each month.

DeDe Stephens ,Vera Buck, Penny Wagner and Holly Smith are the contacts for this ministry

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Lady Questers

 To "quest" is defined as: a search or pursuit made in order to find or obtain something. Lady Questers are women seeking to know God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit in a deep and meaningful way through Bible study, close association with one another, prayer and service to others.

On the first Saturday of each month, Lady Questers meet at 1:00 pm. We meet at homes or at the building. Sometimes we study; sometimes we endeavor to serve others by various service projects; or sometimes simply to go out to visit others in their homes.

All ages of women are invited to join – teens, young adults, single women, married women, senior women. This is how we can learn from one another and show the love of Christ not only to each other, but to our community.

Contact: Kathy Crites or Cindy Isbell

Wednesday night Ladies' Bible Class

Each Wednesday night during the Spring Quarter (March, April and May) at 7:00 pm we have a "hump-day" class for women - an encouraging and uplifting class at mid-week. And though we are committed to having a class every Spring Quarter, there may be other quarters that class is held – so watch for announcements!

This class is led by various women on subjects that pertain to women in their walk with Christ. Past studies have been: "Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God" by Henry & Richard Blackaby led by Cindy Isbell, "Living Beyond Yourself: Exploring the Fruit of the Spirit" by Beth Moore led by Kelly Martin, "Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear" by Max Lucado led by April Helmke & Cindy Isbell and "Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind" by Joyce Meyer led by Shannon Rucker.

Starting March 4, 2015 and running through May 27, 2015, the study will be "Improving Your Serve: The Act of Unselfish Living" by Charles R. Swindoll led by Cindy Isbell. In this classic volume, Charles Swindoll uniquely shows the important aspects of authentic servant hood, such as:

• What it takes to serve unselfishly
• Why a servant has such a powerful influence
• What challenges and rewards a servant can expect

He offers clear guidelines on developing a servant's heart and challenges you to realize the rich rewards promised in a life of authentic Christian servant hood.

Contact: Cindy Isbell

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