A Word From Our Team
Connection is the focus of our women’s ministry here at The Heights. Connecting to God and to each other is our ultimate goal. This doesn’t happen because of a leader or a great ministry team; it’s about women getting to know, love, support and encourage other women. It’s caring about each other. It’s learning together how to “live life” and doing it in a way that is pleasing to our Lord Jesus Christ.
Our Women’s Bible Studies are a great way to start doing this. Nothing is more exciting and passionate than God’s Word. I encourage everyone to join us in studying God’s Word together. It’s not about being a Bible scholar, it’s learning about our great and awesome God, His love for us, His ways and His character. Nothing is more encouraging than hearing that your sisters-in-Christ have struggles just like you do!
Come connect with us, whether it’s through Bible Study or hanging out in fellowship at Craft Nights, Ladies Night Outs, and Retreats. Bring some friends, co-workers, neighbors, and family with you. It’s not just for those in the body but those outside of our body as well.
Women’s ministry is for all women. At The Heights Fellowship, each one plays a key part. If it weren’t for you, there would be no ministry. As Max Lucado said, “You play no small part, because there is no small part to be played.” So come play your part and connect in THF Women’s Ministry!
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2020 Bible Study
Please join us as we continue reading through the Bible. On September 30th we will begin the New Testament. We meet Tuesdays at 7pm to discuss each week’s reading. If you would like to join the study, text Allie Clark at (806) 239-0765.
Have you ever closed your Bible and thought, “What did I just read?” Or maybe you’ve tried to read through the Bible in a year, but quit when it felt confusing or impersonal? Are you one of the many who has read through the book of Genesis approximately 20 times, but hasn’t read anything beyond that?
The Bible Recap is here to help! It’s a short daily podcast (~8 minutes) hosted by Tara-Leigh Cobble. This will be her 10th time reading through the Bible chronologically, and she’ll highlight and summarize that day’s Bible reading in a casual, easy to understand way. The Bible Recap will not only help you read scripture but help you love reading it!
Each day you’ll read the assigned reading (see plans below), then tune in to The Bible Recap each day after you’ve finished reading (see links below)! NOTE: Please do not buy a print Chronological Bible; it will likely be laid out differently than our reading plan. All you need is a regular Bible.
HERE’S HOW TO JOIN US:
1. Subscribe to The Bible Recap podcast:
3. For digital users (1-Year Plan only / not available for the NT-specific portion of our plan):
Download the Bible app.
Sign up for this Bible reading plan. (There are many 1-year chronological plans. This is the one we’re using.)
5. Listen to our Prep Episodes to set you up for success. They’ll answer most/all of your questions — even the ones you didn’t know you had!
Prep Ep 2: How I Learned to Love (Reading) the Bible
Prep Ep 3: Why Reading the Whole Bible is Important (interview with Lee McDerment)
Prep Ep 4: Preparing to Read the Bible
Prep Ep 6: Reading the Bible in Community
“The Bible Recap Podcast Aims To Talk Through The Entire Bible In A Year… Johannes Gutenberg famously invented the printing press in order to print the Bible and make the word of God more widely accessible. Since then, Christians have often been quick adopters of new technology and so it’s somewhat surprising that there hasn’t been a podcast that reads the entire Bible to you. Into that Bible shaped hole comes The Bible Recap hosted by Tara-Leigh Cobble, a daily podcast that aims to read through the entire Bible in a year and since its first episode on January 1 has reached over 2 million downloads.” – Forbes.com
From the Author:
“I wanted this to be different from a lot of daily Bible reading plans that always end with an application of how you should apply the lessons you’ve learned. They’re usually something about what does it tell you about your life and how you should live. I just feel like that’s a broken lens through which to view scripture. The primary role of Scripture is to show me who God is, and if I behold God then my life will naturally begin to conform around what I learned about him.” – Tara-Leigh Cobble
Please contact Allie Clark for more information about getting involved with THF Women’s Ministry: email@example.com.