“Empowering the abused woman to recover with God's truth"
Great group - I joined it! You can join this group by contacting Danielle, Mayra, or Patricia, at their emails below - that way you will receive an email for the meeting dates.
The first meeting was held on Saturday, Jan. 23rd via Zoom and the next meeting is Saturday, Feb. 6th, and every other Saturday after that; link below.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the group Leaders, at their emails below. For this season there are 3 of them that are co-leading, Danielle, Mayra, and Patricia.
As a group, we will be reading "New Morning Mercies" a daily devotional by Paul David Tripp. So, grab your coffee & a friend & meet us on Saturday, February 6th, via Zoom at 10:30am Central Standard Time (11:30am Eastern Standard Time).
We can't wait to meet you!
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Romans 5:1–5 talks about a hope that won’t disappoint you even in times of suffering. Maybe you’re thinking, “Where can I find that hope?” Sturdy hope that does not vanish with the constant changes in situations, locations, and relationships that make up all of our lives—hope that simply will never, ever disappoint us—can be found in only one place. It is not to be found in a certain thing. It is, in fact, a person, Jesus. Whether you have realized it or not, he is what your hoping heart has been searching for, because what you’ve really been searching for is life, real heart-changing, heart-satisfying life—life to the fullest, life abundant. People can love and respect you, but they can’t give you life. Situations can make your life easier, but they can’t give you life. Locations can bring some changes to your life, but they can’t give you life. Achievements can be temporarily satisfying, but they can’t give you life. True lasting hope is never found horizontally. It’s only ever found vertically, at the feet of the Messiah, the One who is hope. Place your hopeful heart in his hands today.
For further study and encouragement: Colossians 1:15–29
— New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional by Paul David Tripp