Flint Hills Bible Church - information about our church's available women's ministries, including Women Equipping Women and small groups
Sisters of Grace
FHBC's Women's Ministry is called the Sisters of Grace. The Sisters of Grace exists to complement and support the mission of FHBC - to obey the Great Commandment (Mark 12:30-31) and fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20). We are committed to evaluating our thoughts and actions by the standard of God's Word - "Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind" (Romans 12:2).
The Sisters of Grace consists of 3 teams:
- The Discipleship Team encourages women to delight in the Word and apply His principles to their lives.
- The Hospitality Team brings the Body together to fellowship and provides opportunities for evangelism through meals and special events.
- The Ministry Team lovingly serves the needs of our Body and our community.
It is our desire that every woman be involved in this vibrant, living part of FHBC. Please contact Cathy Autrey at 620.256.6495 for more information.
Women Equipping Women
These sessions exist to promote deep biblical fellowship, teaching from the Word, bearing one another's burdens, and encouraging one another in the Lord. Meetings are every other month in the Great Room (Worship Center). For more information on our next Women Equipping Women event, please go here.
We currently have the following Women's Bible Studies:
Romans gives us a foundational understanding of the doctrine of salvation, God's faithfulness to His covenant, and the amazing process of sanctification. The inductive study method uses three skills: observing what the text says, intrepreting (using the Bible) what the text means, and applying God's Word in your life. This is a 9-month mens and ladies study. Materials: $10 for Part 1; Part 2 to be determined.
Thursday Evenings: 7:00pm, currently on break for the summer
Where: Fireside Room
Contact: Barry or Joy Brooks, 620.757.9549, firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever wondered why a good God would allow bad things to happen to His people? Or why some prayers seem to fall on deaf ears? Habakkuk certainly did! Ladies, join us for an 8-week study of this powerful little book. This study, led by Becky Hintz, will run from May 8-July 10. All materials are provided, and childcare is available.
Tuesday Mornings: 9:30-11:00am, May 8 - July 10
Where: Fireside Room
Contact: Becky Hintz (620.343.3828)
Please note: Childcare is provided for this session.
None Like Him
Join us in studying the character of God as we go through the book None Like Him by Jen Wilkin. Materials may be purchased through the FHBC Resource Center.
Thursday Evenings: 7:00-8:00pm, March 8 - May 17
Where: Youth Lounge 3rd-6th Grade Girls' Classroom
Contact: Ruth Vilander, 620.344.0308, email@example.com
Many people assume that Jesus told parables to make His teaching easy, accessible, and comfortable in order to reach the widest possible audience. The reality is Jesus spoke in parables to unbelievers not to make the truth clear, but to hide it from them as judgment. The parables were symbols of our Lord's condemnation on those who had rejected His clear teaching. John MacArthur helps Christians understand the essential lessons Jesus had for His people.
Wednesday Evenings: 6:30-8:30pm, currently on break for the summer
Where: Emporia (contact FHBC office for more information)
Contact: Cathy Autrey, 620.341.1772, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please contact the church office.