This spring and summer, we're offering two College Park-written Bible studies that you can work through with a group or on your own! Each study includes daily study questions and audio/video teachings.
We are asking you to prayerfully consider leading a study with friends, neighbors, or coworkers.
We love to try new things! Plus, we are shifting our Bible study schedule a bit for 2022-23. This format will not be the norm going forward, but it makes sense for this season as we transition to a different schedule. Plus, it gives you the opportunity to step out in faith and try your hand at leading! Who knows what you will learn and discover?
The studies are designed for women in high school and older.
Both studies were created (by College Park women) to be accessible and to help women discover biblical truths on their own. Those who are new to the Scriptures will learn how to study God’s Word. Those who are seasoned will appreciate digging into the Word and discovering the richness found there.
All materials are available by clicking the corresponding study’s button above. Resources include a study guide and weekly audio/video teachings. The study guide can be downloaded and printed at home or sent to a local print shop (such as FedEx or Office Depot) to be printed and bound.
One option is to hold the Bible study over Zoom with people you already know who live elsewhere. Another option is to reach out to other College Park women on the CPC Ladies Online Fellowship Facebook group and ask if there are women who live near you who are interested in joining you.
Someone’s home, a coffee shop, or a park are a few options!
The teachings are intended for everyone in the study!
You are welcome to, but it isn’t necessary. Another option is for you to listen on your own after the group discussion.
We recommend the following order:
The reason we recommend listening to the teaching after you answer the weeks’ questions and discuss as a group is so that you learn to engage with God’s Word for yourself and not simply depend upon someone else’s findings.
The first week has no questions, only an audio lesson. So, the first week, you will meet before completing any study questions. This first gathering is intended to be a get-to-know-you time and a discussion of how the study will go. If your group already knows one another, you could listen to the intro lesson on your own and at your first gathering begin on week two of the study.
It’s not required, but we would love to know so we can be praying for you! Feel free to let us know by emailing Jane Schuth.