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Women’s Fall Bible Studies (Tuesday Morning)

September 15 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Childcare is now available to those attending Bible study at the church, for children ages 6 weeks through 3rd grade! There are only 20 places available, so be sure to register early if you need childcare!
Studies have shown that some people are feeling spiritually unmoored during the pandemic, and one great solution for that is to join a Bible study where you’ll benefit from both time in God’s Word and time in community with other believers. 
This fall we are offering studies that meet at First Free, that meet in homes, and that meet online. Studies begin September 15.
The cost for each study is $5, and participants will need to purchase their own materials separately.
Registration opens August 14. Questions? Contact women@efree.org.
Step Study
By working through the lessons found in each of these 4 guides, you will begin to experience the true peace and serenity you have been seeking, restore and develop stronger relationships with others and with God, and find freedom from life’s hurts, hang-ups, and habits.
2 semesters.
No video.
Leader: Judy Sloan.
Amazing Collection
The Bible, book by book. GENESIS THROUGH 2 KINGS. This is a collection of studies working through the entire Bible from beginning to end that will help you know and understand the “big picture” of God’s Word. You can join any semester as each study stands on its own.
Maximum 20 people.
Leaders: Mary Miles and Paula French.
FULL – The Amazing Life of Jesus: Part 2: His Rejection, Death, and Resurrection
Even if you missed Part 1 you can join us for Part 2! The Gospel writers were given the inspired privilege of breathing literary life into the Word made flesh. Every time He opened His mouth, Jesus spoke life-changing truth. Whether you are just starting to learn about Jesus or have embraced Him for years, this in-depth, year-long study will help you apply His truth to your daily life. 
Maximum 10 people.
Leaders: Jen Peskorse and Stacey Preis.
Note: Class is full.
Joshua – Winning the Worry Battle (by Barb Roose)
We are told not to worry – that “God’s got this.” But how do we put feet to our faith and win the worry battle? We’ll learn how Joshua and the Israelites faced hostile enemies in the Promised Land and discover that winning the worry battle requires more than having faith; it requires fighting in faith! We’ll be equipped with biblical wisdom, encouragement, and practical tools that enable us to overcome our daily worry struggles and the bigger battles of fear that we face.
Maximum 20 people.
Video 20-25 min.

Leaders: Pat Maurer and Nancy Mauler.

Beloved Disciple – The Life & Ministry of John (by Beth Moore)
John’s Gospel proclaims Jesus’ identity as the eternal Word of God. Learn about the Beloved Disciple, John, and his life as a follower of Jesus. Just as Christ took John on a lifelong journey into the depths of His love, He will do the same for you. The Bridegroom’s love is unmatched and inexhaustible, and He is waiting to lavish it on you, His Beloved.
Maximum 10 people.
Leaders: Carol Hammer and Jennifer Hoover.
Meet at Jennifer’s home in Des Peres.
Option to join by Zoom. 
FULL – Romans: Good News that Changes Everything (by Melissa Spoelstra)
Bad news surrounds us. If we’re not careful, we can drift toward cynicism, fear, or despair. But, God loves us and longs to redeem our suffering. We still have good news to embrace and to share with others. Whatever bad news we are facing, in Romans we’ll find good news to encourage, inspire, and transform us, bringing about a spiritual renewal that will spread to those around us.
Maximum: 15 people.
Leaders: Lynne Pogue and Gayle Darby.
Meet at Lynne’s home in Ballwin, outdoors. 
Note: Class is full.
Racism: How Should Christians Respond?
6-week discussion group examining this topic. This is not your traditional Bible study workbook. It will be offered on Zoom only and will be using materials from Christianity Today, MLK50, and The Color of Compromise. This is mostly for discussion, examining what God has to say, reading the materials, and watching some videos.
Maximum 18 people,
Leaders: Elizabeth Ward and Pam Krosley.
Meet online via Zoom.
Precept – Zechariah (7 weeks) & Malachi (3 weeks)
Zechariah: What will happen on the day when the Lord is King over all the earth? There is a future restoration for the righteous. Are you ready for that day?
Malachi: God keeps a book of remembrance for those who fear Him and esteem His name. Malachi will prepare us for the day when the Lord opens the windows of heaven and pours out His blessings! Video. 
Maximum 12 people.
Leader: Marijo Blair.
Meet online via Zoom.


September 15
9:30 am - 11:30 am