What are Castleview Women and how can you be a part?
This is the blurb that Cid or Nathan would write.
Women's Fellowship at Caslteview Church is facilitated by Cid McNeilly. You may contact Cid here [form].
November 4 (6:00-9:00pm), November 5 (8:30am-3:30pm)
Please mark you calendar. More details to come soon.
Growing Together: Taking Mentoring Beyond Small Talk and Prayer Requests by Melissa B. Kruger For help finding a mentor relationship or to reserve a book, contact Cid at email@example.com or (317) 374-5771.
Fall Bible Studies
August 24 through November 16, 2022, Wednesday mornings 9:15-11:15am
This session includes video teaching by Nancy Guthrie, group discussion, and weekly work to prepare at home. The cost is $10 for the worksheets. For more information and to sign up please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Blessed covers the full text of the book of Revelation, exploring its call to patient endurance as God’s sovereign plans for judgment and salvation are worked out in the world. This Bible study will show you that Revelation is less about when Jesus will return and more about who we are to be, what we are to do, and what we can expect to endure as we wait for Jesus to return to establish his kingdom in the new creation.
September 7 through November 16, 2022, Wednesday evenings 6:30-8:00pm
Discussion Guides will be provided. We are hoping for a publisher discount for the books.
Childcare is provided through the AWANA program. For more information or to sign up, contact Cid at email@example.com or (317) 374-5771.
In Tell Me the Stories of Jesus, pastor and theologian R. Albert Mohler Jr. reveals the unique power of Jesus' parables for today's readers, showing how they announce the kingdom, communicate both judgment and grace, and call every human heart toward transformation in the light of God's love.
"He who has ears, let him hear…" The Prodigal Son. The Good Samaritan. The parable of the mustard seed. The stories Jesus told during his earthly ministry are packed with such memorable images and characters that they now permeate our culture's popular imagination.
Modern readers may not grasp the cultural and historical context that made these stories so compelling for Jesus' original audience. Mohler brings Jesus' stories to life, uncovering the context and allowing readers to hear these stories in all their shocking, paradigm-shifting power.
The Wednesday evening men’s group will be doing the same study.
One Book Club meeting per book. Sundays, 3:30-5:00pm
Join based on your availability and interest in a particular book.
For more information or to sign up, contact Cid at firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 374-5771.
Respectable Sins, by Jerry Bridges
September 4, 2022, 3:30-5:00pm
This is a book I have read multiple times and will happily read it again. While this book can be convicting, Bridges has a way of consistently offering both comfort and encouragement. I had the privilege of meeting Jerry Bridges about 13 years ago.
(A)Typical Woman: Free, Whole, and Called in Christ, by Abigail Dodds
November 6, 2022, 3:30-5:00pm
I am pretty sure that this is my favorite book about women. This review provides an excellent overview of what you can expect to find in this book.
Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution, by Carl Trueman
January 8, 2023, 3:30-5:00pm
If you are interested in learning more about how we got to this point in history and how you might deal with it, this is a book well worth reading. If you can spare an hour, here is an interview that Al Mohler does with the author. https://albertmohler.com/2020/12/10/carl-trueman
Give Me This Mountain (Biography), by Helen Roseveare
March 5, 2023 ,3:30-5:00pm
Helen Roseveare spoke at a missions conference that I attended when I was in college in 1976. I remember well and am still impacted by several things that she shared. I look forward to you learning more about her.