Jesus Christ is alive!
God’s living Word is active and powerfully changing lives today!
At Grace, we would love to see as many women as possible experience a transformed life through studying God’s Word together. For this reason, we connect with God and with each other through Bible study, prayer, and encouragement. We trust that as we delve into the Word more deeply, we will bear much fruit and find the fellowship among us as women of Grace to be even more refreshing and edifying. We would love to see you there!
“In this world you will have trouble,” Jesus warned the disciples just before He was arrested. “But take heart. I have overcome the world.” Daniel and his friends were young up-and-comers in Israel when they were seized by the Babylonian army. They suddenly found themselves forcibly removed to Babylon to serve King Nebuchadnezzar. They knew all about the trouble in this world. How did they take heart? What did it look like for these men of God to serve the Babylonian King and yet bow the knee only to their Heavenly King? And what are the implications for us in our increasingly secular culture?
Women of Grace, let’s encourage one another, all the more as we see the Day approaching. Join us Thursday nights on the patio at Grace (Lord willing!) or on Zoom. This calls for patient endurance and faithfulness on the part of the saints!
Citizens of Heaven in the City of Man: A Study in Daniel
Thursday nights | 7-9pm
January 14 – March 18
On the Grace patio or on Zoom
No materials, childcare, or cost
All ladies are welcome!
Grace Women’s Collective: Knit Together in Love
Saturday, April 10, 2021
Join us for our first Grace Women’s Collective studying the theme Knit Together in Love.
Women of Grace are invited to the first Grace Women’s Collective conference held on site at Grace EvFree Church, La Mirada. This will be a study focused on the theme of Christian unity, by our teacher, Donna Thoennes. Our desire is to help you draw near to the Lord through time spent listening to prepared teaching, prayer, quiet reflection, worship, and fellowship.
We want to be reminded of the unity that comes with Christ and his Church.