Last session, the women of King’s Cross grew in the mission of Christ of evangelizing and studying Joyfully Spreading the Word by Kathleen Nielson. This fall, the women will be gathering every Tuesday night from October 6th until November 24th in two different groups for two different studies, or tracks.
One track of Women’s Study will offer an 8-week series on racial reconciliation. Eron Mosier and Becca Rupp will lead a small group that takes a critical look at the text, “Be The Bridge” which will provide a springboard for conversation about topics like confession and repentance, lament, and restoring relationships. Pulling from other resources by John Piper, Eric Mason, Mark Vroegop, Ken Wytsma, and Albert Mohler, the study will provide a survey-style primer on racial injustice, as well as a space to wrestle with the difficult details of this issue as believers in Christ.
The second track will be studying Titus with Chelsea Andres and Barbara Leatherman. Titus 2 says “For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, training…[to be] zealous for good works.” Come learn with us how Christ’s work on the cross is our best motivation for and only power through which we live godly lives.
Currently, the location for both groups is to be determined. Please reach out to Eron Mosier, Becca Rupp, Chelsea Andres or Barbara Leatherman. Alternatively, you may fill in your information below along with the track you are interested in and the respective leader will make contact with you.