This year’s presbytery-wide fall retreat will focus on our passion for God’s story.
Ever feel like you are just attending "another Bible Study" and going home empty? Did you just recite the usual answers to the usual questions? Feel like you want to really learn Biblical truth and dig deep? Come learn with us!!
We are very excited to welcome Kay Gabrysch to our fall retreat! Kay will be teaching us how to develop habits and interpretive skills that will enable us to learn for ourselves and share with others. Please join us in fellowship and learning with fellow sisters in Christ to develop "A Passion for God’s Story!"
For more information on how to register, please look over the brochure.
Please visit the North Texas Presbytery website for the update schedule.
Our newsletter is published twice a year, in March and September.
This Women's Ministry NTP resource list of Bible and Other Studies comes to you from North Texas Presbytery churches and may be a helpful resource for your Women's Ministry.
Betty Hanks, a survivor of long-term abuse during her childhood, has worked hard to find healing.
Through the healing process, she has come to understand so much about herself and the impact of abuse on survivors. Her mission is to reach others with similar wounds, encouraging them in their process of becoming whole again.
The purpose of the Women's Ministry NTP is that every woman know Christ personally and be committed to extending His Kingdom in her life, home, church, community and throughout the world. The framework of the Women's Ministry NTP provides an opportunity for each woman to discern and exercise her gifts and abilities to the glory of God in the total work and worship of the church. The goal is that this purpose will become a reality as women are given opportunities to respond to the Gospel and to pray, study the Scriptures, fellowship and serve the Lord together. The Women In the Church ministry recognizes that all ministries and activities of the church are under the authority and guidance of the session.
For Zion's sake I will not rest and for Jerusalem's sake I will not keep silent, until her righteousness goes forth as brightness and the salvation thereof as a lamp that burneth. Isaiah 62:1