Women throughout the area are invited to a citywide Bible study starting Feb. 9 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fremont.
The eight-week event features Beth Moore's latest work "Mercy Triumphs" - a study of the book of James. Sessions run from 7-9 p.m. on consecutive Thursday evenings.
Tammy Real-McKeighan, who writes the weekly Spiritual Spinach columns for the Fremont Tribune, will moderate the study.
Participants will sit at round tables. Evenings will include hourlong video presentations by Moore, a nationally known Bible teacher and best-selling author. Regularly featured on "Wednesdays with Beth" on the Life Today program, Moore has written many Bible studies including "Breaking Free" and "Believing God." Her works, studied by groups around the world, have covered the lives of Jesus, David, Daniel, Moses and John. Churches of various denominations have used Moore's Bible studies. The rest of the evening will be spent in table discussions and prayer.
Workbooks accompanying the study cost $14.95. Attendees are asked to pay for their book on the night of the first session. Scholarships are available for those unable to afford the books. Workbooks are greatly encouraged, but not mandatory.
Please pre-register, whether or not you want a book, by calling Good Shepherd at 402-721-8412.