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The Marcella Project
Bible study, Salons & Other fun stuff
Category: Christianity
Location: Coppell, Texas
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THE MARCELLA STUDY Not your typical women's bible study For women who are de-churched (no longer attend church but still li...


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October 28, 2017 07:55 PM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind. From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown. God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

October 18, 2017 10:06 AM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind. From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown. God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

October 11, 2017 02:30 PM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind. From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown. God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

October 06, 2017 12:41 AM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind. From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown. God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

September 28, 2017 11:56 AM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind. From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown. God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

May 11, 2017 10:07 PM PDT

Most of us remember a childhood best friend. Afternoons of climbing trees and playing dolls . . . memories of giggles and sharing secrets at sleepovers . . . tears and hugs. Our friends defined us. Our social lives centered on our “BFFs” . . . even if the identity of that particular friend changed as often as the wind.

From an early age, we understand the value of female relationships. But too many of us pull away from relationships as we become adults. Responsibilities and other priorities take precedence. Some of us distance ourselves from others out of hurt. Sometimes we just don’t take the time to reach out. Then somewhere along the path, we find ourselves alone and unknown.

God never intended for us to live in isolation. He designed us to live in relationship with him and with one another. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to pursue community with our sisters.

May 08, 2017 10:19 PM PDT

We explore what it looks like for men and women to work together to usher in God's Kingdom. To learn what it means to partner together in Kingdom Living as a Blessed Alliance. What it means to be an image bearer, and how we can live out that truth with each other in our daily lives. Convene with us to hear what Jesus has to say about the Blessed Alliance in an intimate, informal setting with Bible scholars to challenge and engage us in deeper thought and conversation.

May 08, 2017 10:03 PM PDT

We explore what it looks like for men and women to work together to usher in God's Kingdom. To learn what it means to partner together in Kingdom Living as a Blessed Alliance. What it means to be an image bearer, and how we can live out that truth with each other in our daily lives. Convene with us to hear what Jesus has to say about the Blessed Alliance in an intimate, informal setting with Bible scholars to challenge and engage us in deeper thought and conversation.

April 30, 2017 11:15 PM PDT

We explore what it looks like for men and women to work together to usher in God's Kingdom. To learn what it means to partner together in Kingdom Living as a Blessed Alliance. What it means to be an image bearer, and how we can live out that truth with each other in our daily lives. Convene with us to hear what Jesus has to say about the Blessed Alliance in an intimate, informal setting with Bible scholars to challenge and engage us in deeper thought and conversation.

April 30, 2017 10:57 PM PDT

We explore what it looks like for men and women to work together to usher in God's Kingdom. To learn what it means to partner together in Kingdom Living as a Blessed Alliance. What it means to be an image bearer, and how we can live out that truth with each other in our daily lives. Convene with us to hear what Jesus has to say about the Blessed Alliance in an intimate, informal setting with Bible scholars to challenge and engage us in deeper thought and conversation.

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