Women: Five Lies that Ruin Relationships by Chip Ingram – led by Ellen Kimes – Grace Cottage @ 5:30 pm

Have you ever looked back over a situation or relationship in your life and wondered how it became so messy or difficult? In the series from the book of James, Five Lies that Ruin Relationships, we’ll define five of the most common lies that have the potential to ruin relationships with those we love. We’ll also uncover the source of quarreling, how our words wound, and how not to make decisions. And together, we’ll ask and answer the question: do wrong beliefs produce wrong behavior? We will discover that when we confront the lies we believe, there is power in knowing and applying God’s truth to our relationships.


Wednesday night Pastors Study: Come join our Pastor, Eddie Painter, as he takes you through books of the bible. This is for all ages and will be a challenging time of taking apart a book of God’s word verse by verse and learning how to apply it to our lives. We meet in the administration building at 6:30. See you there!!


Women meet in the Grace Cottage every Thursday morning at 9:00 am and at 6:00 pm. Ladies from all ages meet together and fellowship and open God’s word.

Men: The men meet together and fellowship (and eat, of course) and go through studies that challenge our men to stand up and be the Godly men we need to be in a world that is trying to bring families down.


Women – Unhitching from the Crazy Train by Sparkman and Phillips – led by Babs Williams at her home, 106 Morgan Road, Greenville, Ms.

You have a picture of how life should go. We all do. The dream job. Close friendships. Loving, grateful children. A perfect marriage. But more often than not, life doesn’t go according to plan. So we corral and control, determined to make our picture come true. Our emotional, spiritual, and even physical wellbeing are taken for a crazy ride as our very sanity becomes dependent on how closely reality matches our expectations. No wonder we’re exhausted. We’re hitched to the crazy train, and we want to get off. But how?

“Come to Me,” Jesus says, “and I will give you rest.”

Counselor and teacher, Julie Sparkman, explores Jesus’ gentle yet costly invitation to true rest—rest that is dependent on the finished work of a Savior who will never leave us alone.