Anxious Teen Girls Bible Study
Next: Wednesday, October 4, 2023
Runs until Wednesday, November 1, 2023 (See all dates)
- 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
- Vergennes Church, Lowell, 49331
Fighting Anxiety with the Word of God
We live in a scary place. We don’t need to watch the natural disasters and political unrest in the news to know what our bodies already know. Our bodies get sick. Our minds are fragile. The mortality rate for humans is astonishingly high. There’s plenty to worry about, and the world is full of faulty solutions for our anxieties.
But true peace comes when we learn to hold God’s Word up to what worries us. There, we learn we can’t fix ourselves; we can’t protect ourselves. Instead, the Bible tells us we can rest, knowing that Jesus walked into the broken, sad, scary places to rescue us and love us. He is the One who fixes. His is the only protection that matters.
Join us in this 8-session study as Scarlet shows teen girls how we can practically take hold of the perfect peace that is only available through God as we dive deeply into His Word, embrace the practice of prayer, and live authentically in the support of our communities of faith.
Learn how to fight anxiety with the Word of God so you can take hold of the abundant life Jesus has purchased for you.
Realize you're not alone in your struggle with anxiety by prioritizing community and confession over isolation.
Practice bringing your anxieties to God and come to know prayer as a pathway to peace.
Find consistent encouragement to walk through life (even in anxious times) surrounded by a community of faith.
Study books are $10 and can be paid for by cash or check (made out to Vergennes UMC) on the first day. If a scholarship is needed for your book please let us know! We do not want cost to be a barrier to joining in on this study!
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The one who has knowledge uses words with restraint, and whoever has understanding is even-tempered.PROVERBS 17:27 I NIV