Pantano Page Turners is a Group for all adults that enjoy reading and are looking for a once a month book club group!
We meet on the last Thursday of the month from 6:30pm-8:00pm on Pantano’s campus. We use a Facebook Page to stay connected between meetings and offer a Zoom link for an online option in addition to meeting on campus each month.
You are welcome even if all you did was glance at the blurb about the book!
Contact the Group Leader for more details!
Contact the Group Leader
We welcome women of all ages to study and fellowship with other Christian women as we draw closer to God and strengthen our walk in Christ.
We are so excited to see all of your smiling faces in person for Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Study. We will be able to meet together, worship together, and study together. Please bring your own beverage, breakfast or snack for yourself or to share before classes. Beverages will not be provided and we are going to wait on having potlucks at this time.
Classes will begin on January 20 and go through March 31. Doors will open at 9:00 a.m., worship and child care will begin at 9:15 a.m. classes will end at 11:00a.m. Child care will close at 11:15 a.m. There will be no classes on Feb. 24 and March 17.
There is a $10.00 registration fee.
We will have three classes to chose from: Registering early is encouraged.
- A. “No More Perfect Moms – Learn to Love Your Real Life, Julie Wesley facilitator
Somewhere along the line we have set a standard of excellence for ourselves to be the perfect woman with the perfect kids, perfect marriage, perfect home and perfect body. No More Perfect Moms will help us change our unrealistic expectations to realistic hopes, give grace to ourselves and others, and find freedom to embrace our real, but imperfect lives.
Material: No More Perfect Moms by Jill Savage (available at Amazon)
- B. “How Do We Cope In This World Today” – Sue Monge
Did you know we have a lot in common with the city of Ephesus? Ephesus was a port city that took pride in having the Temple of Diana, Asia Minor’s premier deity, which was visited every year by thousands of pilgrims.
But Ephesus, like the rest of the first-century world and ours today, is filled with people who are uncertain about their futures and fearful that their fates are in the hands of “powers” which they had no control over.
Woven in this book are practical ways to live in the world today! Hope to see you for this study!
You only need your Bible and something to take notes on!
- C. “God of Freedom: Exodus (18-40)” – Jen Wilkin – Cynthi Knight & Leanne Ragel
In this 10-session study of Exodus 19-40, journey through the story of how God shepherds His newly-liberated children into an understanding of what their freedom means: lives consecrated for service to God and to one another. Revisit familiar scenes of the giving of the Ten Commandments, the idolatrous worship of a golden calf, and of the intricate details of the tabernacle. And with fresh perspective, ask what these stories teach God’s children today about how to live as those set free.
Register for Thursday Morning Women: TMW Bible Study Spring 2022
So grab your favorite breakfast beverage and breakfast snack, and your Bible, and let’s fellowship as we study God’s Word together.