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Ladies Bible Study
Occurring Each Tuesday Beginning Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Through Tuesday, May 13, 2014.

THE LADIES BIBLE STUDY meets on Tuesday mornings at 9:30AM resuming, January 14, 2014. Please contact Debbie Peck with any questions. The new study is entitled Under His Wings: Emptiness/Abundance, by Susan Schulz and the cost of the book is $5. Each study in the Under His Wings series considers the two sides of emotions that women face in a unique flip-book format. Each study focuses on a psalm - its meaning in the life of the psalmist - and the lives of two biblical women. Emptiness/Abundance includes: David's Dry and Weary Time, Naomi's Times of Emptiness, Hannah - Remembered by God, The Empty Soul Filled with God's Love, Lydia's Abundance, Hannah Gives Back to God, and Hezekiah's Praise.
Times:9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Where:Living Faith Lutheran Church LCMS
103 Buford Dam Road
Cumming GA 30040
Additional Info:Website: www.LivingFaithLutheran.com
Phone: 770-887-0184

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