Women in the Word studies the Bible using the inductive study method. “Inductive” means we use the Bible as the primary source of study (rather than a means of supporting our preconceived biases) to learn about God and how to live.
Women in the Word (WitW) teaches women how to use the inductive method of study in a connected community where women can: increase in competence and confidence of reading God’s word and are encouraged to grow through prayer and accountability. We also provide a couple of service opportunities to practice living out what we learn!
Presented by Tracy McCutcheon to Women in the Word on January 26, 2017
Titus 2 is a mentoring ministry. Older women host younger women in their homes monthly for a year, to nurture and mentor them in sound doctrine, encouraging them to apply the gospel to their lives. Older women are trained to use the gift of their lives as testimonies to bless younger women. Younger women are given the opportunity to be loved and encouraged by a spiritual “mother”. Titus 2 enables women to understand their unique design that displays a beautiful aspect of our creator.
For younger women seeking biblical training and fellowship under the care of and guidance of older women. Through our Titus 2 Ministry, a group of 4 to 6 younger women meet once a month in a mentor’s home for 2 to 3 hours from February through November. All groups use the same curriculum, with discussion and fellowship as we work through what it means to be a godly woman. Watch for registration information closer to the event date on fcchudson.com and the FaithBase app.
If you have further questions, please email our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org