Women's Studies
Spring Edition

Women's Studies-Spring Edition
Wednesdays, beginning April 24, 9:00-11:00 AM, Newburgh Campus
Join us for Women’s Studies-Spring Edition, each study is stand-alone, but there are common themes that will make them even better together.  Register for as many as you like.  Deadline to register is Monday, April 22
Childcare is available with advance registration.

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Wednesday, April 24—Listening to God (Courtney Musgrave) 
Wednesday, May 1—Spiritual Warfare (Courtney Musgrave)
Wednesday, May 8—Effective Prayer Strategies (Emily Linge)
Wednesday, May 15—Forgiveness (Kyra Hiatt)
Wednesday, May 22—Identity (Marcia Mills)

Listening to God
Wednesday, April 24, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 222
Learn to hear God’s voice in new and refreshing ways so that you can grow in prayer and intimacy with Him. Discover how to differentiate God’s voice from other voices in your life.  Led by Courtney Musgrave

Spiritual Warfare
Wednesday, May 1, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 222

Learn the basics of spiritual warfare and how to recognize it in the world around you. Explore God’s plan for engaging in battle and experiencing victory through Christ.  Led by Courtney Musgrave

Effective Prayer Strategies
Wednesday, May 8, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 222

What is intercessory prayer? How does it work? How do I pray to see breakthrough? If you have ever wondered about these and other questions about prayer, or even struggled to pray at all, this class will answer many questions and give you tools to help jump start and deepen your prayer life. The class is based on the book Intercessory Prayer by Dutch Sheets.  Led by Emily Linge.

Forgiveness
Wednesday, May 15, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 222

Forgiveness positively impacts both the one who extends it and the one who receives it. It refreshes and heals everyone it touches. By the same token, unforgiveness has a negative impact, binding and wounding those within its grasp. Learn how to forgive from the heart through the language of forgiveness.  Led by Kyra Hiatt.

Identity
Wednesday, May 22, 9:00-11:00 AM, room 222

Believers in Christ are described as “new creations,” but what does a new creation look like? How does a new creation view God, herself, and others? In this class, we will explore our God-given identity in Christ and learn how our identity empowers us to stand firm against the enemy and his schemes.  Led by Marcia Mills.