Women of Hope (WoH), the Women's Ministry of Pacific Hope Church, is part of the entire discipleship ministry of Pacific Hope Church. Under the direction and oversight of the Elders, Women of Hope is led by a team of women who meet regularly for the sake of accountability, leadership development, prayer, and planning. We exist to encourage and equip women to think and live according to the Word of God. Our desire is that every woman would know Christ personally and fulfill the Lord's requirement “to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with our God” (Micah 6:8).
Women's Tuesday Night Study
Our current study is in Let's Study Acts by Dennis E. Johnson.
"The Acts of the Apostles is unique among the books of
the New Testament. Of the four men who
wrote an account of the ministry, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ,
only one, Luke, continued the story into the decades which followed. Without this book, we would be unable to
explain how the still-frightened band of disciples. . . became the boldly
expanding movement seen in the rest of the New Testament."
Join us for this exciting study every other Tuesday at 7pm. Reading and corresponding questions for each session are listed in the schedule, below. (Books are available at the Information Booth for $16.00.)
September 5 Intro and Fellowship Potluck
September 19 Chapters 1-5 (Acts 1-2)
October 3 Chapters 6-14 (Acts 3-5)
October 17 Chapters 15-20 (Acts 6-7)
October 31 No Meeting
November 14 Chapters 21-26 (Acts 8-9)
Winter Break (No Meetings)
January 9 Chapters 27-32 (Acts 10-11)
January 23 Chapters 33-34 (Acts 12)
February 6 Chapters 35-40 (Acts 13-14)
February 20 Chapters 41-44 (Acts 15)
March 6 Chapters 45-48 (Acts 16-17)
March 20 Chapters 49-54 (Acts 18-20)
April 3 Chapters 55-60 (Acts 21-23)
April 17 Chapters 61-65 (Acts 24-26)
May 1 Chapters 66—70 (Acts 27-28)
May 15 Conclusion/Fellowship Potluck
Foundations of Hope
Based on the mandate found in Titus 2, Women of Hope launched a mentoring ministry in January 2015. The aim of this ministry is to equip women in these four foundational areas:
- Walk: Personal Bible study and prayer
- Home: Being busy at home as a single, wife and/or mom
- Doctrine: Spiritual life and biblical womanhood
- Fellowship: Hospitality and mentoring other women.
Through monthly small group meetings, mentors help women establish relationships with other women, learn to think Biblically, apply Biblical principles to relationships and circumstances, grow in godliness, and grow in their love for and service to the church.
A new Foundations of Hope session started in January 2017. Because these groups involve progressive teaching and mentoring, sign-ups are limited to the beginning of each two-year cycle.
If you are interested in the next session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.