We are excited to announce to you the start of our new Growth groups as a part of Radiant Life Women! We believe that building relationships through community is vital to our Spiritual growth. The groups begin on April 6th and will run for 6-9 weeks depending on the study length. Bring a friend and join us for one of these fun studies!
Please sign up below so we can get a good idea of how many people will be at each group, and if any materials are needed, they can get those ordered for you!
TUESDAY 9:30AM - Lacey Zawadzki (Dublin)
STUDY TITLE: “Unwavering--Living With Defiant Joy”
As Christians, we're told to "be joyful always." But is that really possible? Speaking from her own experience, Eldredge shows you how to choose a holy defiance that doesn't ignore, deny, or diminish life's heartaches, but leans fully into the experience of knowing God's presence and promises in the middle of whatever life may bring.
TUESDAY 10AM - Melissa Honigford (Plain City)
STUDY TITLE: “Nice”
God never called us to be nice.
We live in a culture that prizes niceness as one of its highest virtues. Niceness keeps the peace, wins friends, gains influence, and serves our reputations well, but it also takes the teeth out of our witness and the power out of our faith. When we choose to be nice instead of faithful, we bear fruits that are bland, bitter, empty, and rotten to the core.
In this 5-session series based on her book, Sharon Hodde Miller explores the seemingly innocent idol that has crept into our faith and quietly corrupted it, producing the bad fruits of cowardice, inauthenticity, shallowness, and more. She challenges readers to cultivate a better “tree,” providing practical steps to reclaim our credibility as followers of Christ, and bear better, richer, more life-giving fruits.
TUESDAY 6PM - Denae Herrera (Dublin)
STUDY TITLE: “No More Perfect Moms”
If you've ever forgotten to pick your kid up from soccer practice or accidentally worn two different shoes to the grocery store, this series is for you. Being a mother is not for those who display symptoms of the "Perfection Infection." There is simply no such thing as a perfect mom. And there are no such things as perfect kids, perfect homes, perfect bodies, perfect marriages, or even perfect meals. With refreshing honesty, author Jill Savage exposes some of her own parental shortcomings with the goal of helping mothers everywhere shelve their desires for perfection along with their insecurities of not measuring up to other moms.