Every Woman's Grace: a women's weekly Bible study, will begin again in the Fall. Watch Grace Today for details and sign-ups.
For Women Only: women of all ages, Sunday, 10:15 a.m., Outreach office.
One with Christ: a support group for women who have lost their husbands through death or divorce, meets on the first and third Monday of the month. For information, call Kay DeVries at 998-0200 or Kathy Therux at 360-3394.
F.A.I.T.H. Ministries: (Finding Answers in the Heart) is a post-abortion support group designed for women who are suffering emotionally or spiritually from a past abortion. For information, call Elizabeth at 843-2035.
Evening Winning to Be One: our evening unequally yoked class, meets the third
Thursday of each month at the home of Emarie Britten, 16713 Romar Street at 7:00 p.m. For
directions or information, call 363-1548.
Drug and Alcohol Problems: [not sins?] Empowered Fellowship is an anonymous [AA?] ministry of individuals and concerned family members who wrestle with substance abuse. We address these problems [not sins?] by offering proven and time-tested methods [AA's 12 Steps?] to combat the fear, guilt, and anger associated with these problems [not sins?]. We meet every Monday at 7:30 p.m. For information, call 909-5606.
Empowered Family Support Groups: are open to anyone (male or female) whose
life is affected by a family member or close friend who abuses alcohol or drugs
[sounds like the language of "codependency"].
In an atmosphere of anonymity [AA?], concern, love, and understanding, we are provided the
opportunity to grow spiritually by the principles of God's Word. This fellowship for
coping family members [clearly "codependent" terminology] meets every Monday
at 7:30 p.m. If you are interested, call 909-5606.
The Compassion Connection: The Compassion Connection, a support group extending comfort, help, and encouragement [how about the Gospel?] to A.I.D.S. patients, their families, and friends, meets the first Tuesday of each month. For information, call 352-3706.
* This material has been excerpted from the 8/11/91 Grace Today (p. 2), a publication of Grace Community Church; John MacArthur, senior pastor.