City Church member Anne Stewart Freeman shares some thoughts on our upcoming Women’s Retreat (January 26th and 27th).
Towards the end of Galatians, Paul writes to his friends, “Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ…For each will have to bear his own load.” These verses are simple and profound and immediately practical for any stage and circumstance of life.
City Church member and Women’s Ministry Intern Lexi Wilson shares some very hard (but very good) lessons she’s learned this summer.
Sometimes I get this feeling of déjà vu in my Christian life. I read or learn something, and it keeps showing up again and again.
Retreat...waiting...rest...these are words we—as a church and as individuals—have a hard time with. What's it like spending a whole weekend embracing them?
"Friendship is born over time, not over one coffee date. It’s born through shared adversity, not just fun game nights."
“So powerful was his presence, so confident was his authority and so overwhelming was his love, that his disciples did follow him.”
"When we connect with each other outside of Sunday services, we are able to see more facets of our lives. There is so much more going on in our hearts and lives than can be glimpsed in an hour and a half on Sunday afternoons. "
Shannon Reppard reflects on this year's Women's Retreat...
"But Jesus said, 'Leave her alone. Why do you trouble her? She has done a beautiful thing to me.'"
Our 2017 Women's Retreat is January 28th through 29th at Roslyn Retreat Center here in Richmond. $100 early bird registration begins today!
As we seek gospel growth in our life of faith, we must hear and remember what Jesus has done. So, this fall the Women’s Bible Studies will explore the Gospel of Mark.
As the Fall semester approaches, the Women's Ministry team is forming and cultivating its discipleship ministry. Read on to find out how you can get involved.