Our Women’s Ministry exists to support and encourage women’s spiritual growth, to help women get to know one another, to provide opportunities for women in the community to know Christ, and to spread the gospel.
We have several strong study groups, as well as regular luncheons to nurture this community among our women.
While most relationships grow through participation in a variety of events and ministry opportunities at University Bible Church, our Women’s Ministry programs provide additional opportunities for women to connect with one another and become strong women of faith. Below are various ways you can join us.
Throughout the year, every other month, we host a women’s ministry luncheon on a Sunday afternoon directly after the morning church service. We enjoy a delicious lunch and hear from a UBC woman who shares about her personal journey with Jesus. God has continually blessed these gatherings and it is always a special time. Be sure to consult the UBC calendar to save the date and attend these events throughout the year.
Women’s Bible Study
There are various small group women’s bible studies held throughout the year. These groups provide a place to study the Bible in-depth personally and in community with others. You will have the opportunity to wrestle with the tough questions of life, go deeper in your relationship with Jesus Christ and connect with other women in meaningful conversations about things that matter. For more specific information about these studies please contact the church at info@UniversityBibleChurch.org. You can also refer to the UBC Calendar for specific meeting dates and times.
Women’s Ministry Luncheons
January 21: Our special speaker is Susan Silver who will share her journey as a Jewish believer.
March 18: Our special speaker is Susan Silver who will continue to share her journey as a Jewish believer. We will also take a look at how God is using each of us in our faith journey.
May 20 • Our special guest speaker is Esther Kwon!
We meet downstairs in the Patio Room right after the morning service. Join us and enjoy a delicious lunch and fellowship along with a special program. Child care and lunch for the children is provided during the event.
Please join us for this blessed time of fellowship!
3 Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted to much wine, but to teach what is good. 4 Then they can urge the younger women to love their husbands and children, 5 to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind, and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the word of God. — Titus 2:3-5
Tuesday Night Home Bible Study
Spring 2018 • Meets every other Tuesday • Starts April 17
The Power of God’s Names, by Tony Evans
This study examines 11 names of God. The words translated as name show up over one thousand times in Scripture and routinely carry with them power, responsibility, purpose, and authority. A name not only expresses the essence and significance of what is being named but also—when duly authorized—accesses the capacity intrinsic within it.
Because of God’s depth of character, He has a variety of names to reflect His different capacities of relating to humanity. For example, God is called Elohim when referenced as the all-powerful Creator. When you need provision, get to know the name Jehovah Jireh, which means God, the Provider. God has a name for any and every situation you can find yourself in. Get to know the names of God because it is in knowing His character and His capacity that you will rest and discover both peace and power in His covenant care.
- Offers biblically rooted content on the meaning and power of God’s names
- Helps believers discover and appreciate God’s multifaceted nature and character by focusing on a variety of His names in Scripture
- Encourages believers to call on God through the names that speak to their needs
- Fosters spiritual growth through individual and group study
About the Author:
Dr. Tony Evans is a pastor, teacher, author, speaker, and one of the country’s most respected leaders in evangelical circles. Through his local church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and national ministry, The Urban Alternative, Dr. Evans promotes a Kingdom-agenda philosophy that teaches God’s comprehensive rule over every sphere of life as demonstrated through the individual, family, church, and society.
For more information contact: Wendy@UniversityBibleChurch.com
Coram Deo: Behold the Lion of Judah, the Lamb of God
Times: 7:30 – 9:30 PM, Mondays, The Embassy Room (3rd floor)
The goal of this study is to equip us to interpret scripture and extract sound doctrines, in order that we are able to explain it to others (1 Pet 3:15), and most importantly, and to live our daily lives incorporating a deep assurance of such truth (1 Pet 1:13). In other words, to live in the presence of God (“Coram Deo”).
After a deep study in Hebrews, we turn to behold the long-promised Messiah — our True High Priest and the Sacrifice that ended all sacrifices — in action, through the eyes of the Beloved Disciple.
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