AM Bible Studies

Spending time studying the Bible with other women is a great way to grow spiritually. If you desire to know God in a deeper way, our Women’s Bible Studies are for you. Join us for fellowship, worship, teaching, prayer and small group time. This is an incredible way to nurture yourself spiritually and have a wonderful time doing it! We have many studies to choose from at both our Cactus and Shea campuses. Come join us and see what God does in your life!

Cactus Women’s Ministry | Brooke Hellestrae |

Tuesdays, January 16–April 10, 9:30-11:30am, Family Life Building (childcare available with registration, $30)

Philippians (by Max Lucado) – A Bible Study for Moms
Teacher: Brooke Hellestrae
Paul’s letter encourages and inspires. His confidence reminds us of God’s wisdom and control in the difficult moments of life. His excitement challenges us in this guide to joy!

Wednesdays, January 17–March 28, 9:30-11:30am, Family Life Building (no childcare available)

Daniel (by Beth Moore)
Morning teacher: Lisa Harmon
The prophet Daniel faced unbelievable pressures to compromise his faith as he lived in a hostile culture and confronted many temptations. Today, believers face many of the same trials. This study examines how we can develop integrity in our modern-day Babylon, and also explores prophecies from the time of Daniel through the second coming of Christ.

Shea Women’s Ministry | Jessica Neill |

Mondays, January 22–April 2, 9:30-11:30am

A Life Beyond Amazing (by Dr. David Jeremiah)
Teacher: Helen Tadlock (no childcare)
Join us to explore God’s strategy for change in our lives that leads to the “abundant life” Jesus promises in John 10:10. God’s definition of a life beyond amazing also includes a life of endurance, compassion, generosity, integrity, humility, and self-discipline.  We are called to be active, not passive, partners in the process of developing the fruit of the Spirit in our lives as we abide in Christ and obediently follow Him.  This journey will lead us to a life beyond amazing.

Tuesdays, January 16–March 27, 9-11:30am, The Venue (childcare available with registration, $30, 8:45-11:30am)

Women’s Worship, 9-9:30am, The Venue
We have set aside this special time for you to prepare your heart with a meaningful time of worship, encouraging words, prayer and an opportunity to connect with other women and then head to your Bible study together! Don’t miss out on this meaningful time—we hope you’ll join us!

After the Boxes are Unpacked
Teacher: Susan Miller
This is the place to be when you are new in town! Join us for a powerful, hands-on study using biblical principles and practical application to help women who are going through the transition and adjustment of moving find the courage to put down roots all over again. This study will help women with the process of letting go, starting over, and moving ahead with life after a move. Based on the book After the Boxes are Unpacked, the class materials are designed to minister to the heart of newcomers.

The Book of Revelation Continued
Teacher: Cathy Wilson
The book of Revelation reveals Jesus!  We will pick up with Revelation 16 and will complete the book of Revelation during this term.  What is often considered the most difficult book in Scripture is meant to clarify what we’ve already read and studied in the Bible.  Join us as we grasp the full scope of God’s Word in the revelation of His Son! Handouts and audio recordings from past classes may be accessed online at

Romans (by Max Lucado)
Teachers: Pencie Culiver and Eva Williams
Have you ever headed in the wrong direction or made a wrong choice? Like the early church, we are sidetracked by pride and pleasures, and in need of restoration. Join us for a new understanding of redemption and grace!

Be Confident: A Study in the Book of Hebrews
Teacher: Joan Lazear
Hebrews is addressed to a group of Jewish Christians who had begun to drift and lose faith. It appeared that they had one foot in the Old Testament and the other in the New Testament. But now there is the new way—the new covenant, not spoken by Moses and the prophets, but by God’s Son, Jesus Christ. He is the perfect revelation of God, the final and complete sacrifice for sin, the compassionate and understanding mediator, and the only way to eternal life. In this exciting study, we will see history and life from God’s perspective.

Covenant – Part Two (Precept Study)
Teacher: Mele Simonson
God is a covenant making and a covenant keeping God. Everything He does is based on covenant. In this powerful study, we will examine the incredible thread of covenant running from Genesis through Revelation. It will transform your understanding of God, His Word, and His future plans! No videos.

The Amazing Collection: 1 Chronicles–Song of Solomon
Teachers: Alison Hillier and Kristen Rutter
The Amazing Collection is written to discover the sequence of the story of the Bible and to see who God is in each book. It focuses on one book of the Bible each week and includes teaching, a personal testimony and light homework. The main goals of the study are that to become very familiar with every book in the Bible and build understanding so that we will be transformed by the power of the Spirit and the Word of God.

Proven (by Jennie Allen)
Teacher: Michelle Crane
Too many of us walk through life feeling as if we don’t measure up. We always seem to thirst for more. We think if we could only work harder or be better, we could be enough. But the truth is, we will never be enough. And thankfully, we don’t have to be. We don’t have to prove anything because Jesus has already proven everything. Discover how our thirsty hearts can only be quenched by the living water.

Living Beyond Yourself (by Beth Moore)
Teacher: Lyn Arnold
Through this study, we will look at the supernatural aspects of the fruits of the spirt and be challenged to develop them by maintaining an intimate relationship with God. A Spirit-filled life truly results in living beyond yourself.

Finding Freedom (continuing study)
Teacher: Deb Pirtle
God has an incredible purpose for us in this life. However, it is easy to become weighed down with cares, defeat, past hurts, and other areas of sin that keep us in bondage and away from His purposes. These hindrances steal our intimacy with Christ and the joy of our salvation. This study is about becoming more like Jesus and reflecting His love and power to everyone around us.