Women's Ministry

The purpose of Women’s Life is to encourage women to become the Christian individual God wants them to be through loving, inspiring, following, and engaging.

Ministry Focus

Bible Study/Discipleship helping women explore the Bible, apply it to daily life and share it through group or individual study.

Outreach making connections with women that are seeking relationship and church family.

Events sharing life together in different types of environments: retreats, coffee meet-ups, dinner nights and more!

Missions glorifying God by being His hands and feet to our local and global community: NE Mission, Free the Captives.

2022 Women’s Life Events:

April 3, 5 p.m. – Spring Tea with Kelly Lawrence, click HERE to sign up
April 25, 7 p.m. – La Madeleine Night
Contact klockett@kingwoodfirst.org for more information on Women’s Life Events

Women’s Life Spring 2022 Studies

 

Wednesday Mornings at 9 a.m. starting March 30

Childcare Available by Reservation Only

Precept: Revelation Part 4 by Kay Arthur

Led by Melissa Wick, Meets in Room E226

Join Melissa Wick in this final study of Revelation – Interpreting Revelation in the Light of Biblical Prophecy.  This study covers chapters 5-22 in 14 lessons.  Passages concerning biblical prophecy, especially from the Old Testament, are included to complete your study of eschatology.    Cost is $32 for the book. 

The Significance of Color

Ledb by Vicki Blair, Meets in Room E205

God created a beautiful world filled with vibrant colors.  Those colors are present throughout the Bible.  What is the significance of red, blue, yellow?  What is the first color mentioned in Genesis and why?  Is color still important today, and how do I relate?  Cost is $5 for material.  

Beginning April 6

The Simplest Way to Change the World: Biblical Hospitality as a Way of Life

Led by Jenny Burris, Meets in Room E216

Deep down, every Christian wants to make a difference. But for many of us, the years come and go and we never do. The good news is: change can be as simple as opening your front door.  The Simplest Way to Change the World is about biblical hospitality and its power for the gospel. Since people will sooner enter a living room than a church, hospitality is a natural and effective way to build relationships for Christ. You’ll learn:

  • How the home can be a hub for community
  • How hospitality leads to joy, purpose, and belonging
  • How it grows families to love the things of God
  • How it’s not about being the perfect host
  • How to be hospitable regardless of your living space

Hospitality is a beautiful legacy of the church, and a great way to make disciples. As you open your life up to others, you share in the very character of God and experience His joy. And you get to witness lives change—including your own.  Cost for the book is $13, or you can order through Amazon.

Wednesday Evenings at 6:30 p.m. starting March 30

Children’s activities are available for those participating in a study on campus

Joy of Living: Prophecy in the Book of Daniel

Led by Fayee Czarnik and Penni Jones – Meets in Room E218

Now that we’ve looked at the personal experiences of Daniel, this study will focus on the prophetic portions of the book of Daniel.  This book, along with the book of Revelation, marvelously unfolds future events as God has ordained them in the program of history.  Neither book has yet been completely fulfilled, and the two books – one from the Old Testament, one from the New Testament – complement each other in their symmetry and harmony.  Anyone who investigates this area thoughtfully, carefully, and scripturally will discover that everything happening in the world today is working out God’s purposes on earth.  This session is 9 lessons long; cost for the book is $12.  

Beginning April 6

The Simplest Way to Change the World: Biblical Hospitality as a Way of Life

Led by Shanon Cammarata, Meets in Room E216

Deep down, every Christian wants to make a difference. But for many of us, the years come and go and we never do. The good news is: change can be as simple as opening your front door.  The Simplest Way to Change the World is about biblical hospitality and its power for the gospel. Since people will sooner enter a living room than a church, hospitality is a natural and effective way to build relationships for Christ. You’ll learn:

  • How the home can be a hub for community
  • How hospitality leads to joy, purpose, and belonging
  • How it grows families to love the things of God
  • How it’s not about being the perfect host
  • How to be hospitable regardless of your living space

Hospitality is a beautiful legacy of the church, and a great way to make disciples. As you open your life up to others, you share in the very character of God and experience His joy. And you get to witness lives change—including your own.  Cost for the book is $13, or you can order through Amazon.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WOMEN’S LIFE ACTIVITIES, CONTACT KARI LOCKETT – klockett@kingwoodfirst.org

Kingwood First Baptist Church

3500 Woodland Hills Drive

Kingwood, TX 77339

281-358-4266

 

Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday,
8am – 5pm
Closed Fridays and Saturdays