June 13-15, 2023
For more information about general Assembly, visit the GA website that gives information about women’s activities in Memphis.
Join us for our Taste & See Series at GA:
Wednesday, 9:30-10:30 am – Because God Has Spoken with Nancy Guthrie
God could have made the world and left us on our own. But he didn’t. Instead, God condescended to speak to us in human language. If we didn’t believe that, there would be no Presbyterian Church in America. So what are the implications of believing that God has spoken? What will it mean for us to hear it, understand it, delight in it, submit to it, know it, teach it, live it, and believe it today and over the next fifty years? Nancy Guthrie will lead us in exploring together what it will mean for us to be women whose ears are attentive to, and whose lives are shaped by the living and active Word.
Thursday, 9:30-10:30 am – A Gospel Conversation Among Friends
We have not been left on our own to “grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord.” Join us today as we hear from other women about how they have developed as women of the Word; the blessings from stewarding their time to invest in studying God’s word and how they have navigated some of the barriers. Not only will we look back at how God has “brought the increase” but we will prayerfully encourage one another as we go forth as those who delight in the Law of the Lord.
There is no charge for the Taste & See series and you do not need to sign up ahead of time.
Join us for our Women’s Luncheon:
Wednesday, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm – Something Worth Being Afraid of with Nancy Guthrie, Speaker
While “fear not” is a repeated refrain throughout scripture, the writer of Hebrews tells us that there is something we should fear: we should fear failing to enter into God’s promised rest. Evidently there are some who claim to be part of the people of God who will fail to enter into the ultimate eternal rest He has offered to all. And then He tells us to do something that sounds counter-intuitive: we should strive to rest. What should this striving look like? What form should it take? As we look back on fifty years of God’s faithfulness to us, Nancy Guthrie will urge us toward proper fear and striving toward the future God has set before us: His rest.
Please note: You must register for the luncheon; we anticipate that it will sell out quickly.