Oasis Women’s Group

Connect, rest and refresh in Him. Do you need a rest stop on this crazy road called life? Join us as we begin our journey to connect, rest, be refreshed and deepen our faith. Wednesday Mornings in the Spring and Fall

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We all know it’s important to study God’s Word. But sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. What’s more, a lack of time, emotionally driven approaches, and past frustrations can erode our resolve to keep growing in our knowledge of Scripture. How can we, as Christian women, keep our focus and sustain our passion when reading the Bible?

Using the observation, interpretation, application method will equip you to engage God’s Word in a way that trains your mind and transforms your heart (learn more).


The book of James looks a bit like the Old Testament book of Proverbs dressed up in New Testament clothes. Its consistent focus on practical action in the life of faith is reminiscent of the Wisdom Literature in the Old Testament, encouraging God’s people to act like God’s people. The pages of James are filled with direct commands to pursue a life of holiness. He makes no excuses for those who do not measure up. In the mind of this early church leader, Christians evidence their faith by walking in certain ways and not others. For James, a faith that does not produce real life change is a faith that is worthless (James 2:17).

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Although brief, Paul’s letter to the Ephesians contains a wealth of profound information about the Lord and His church. It is, in fact, foundational to the doctrine of the universal church, the earthly body of Christ. Is it also here that we learn of spiritual gifts and their purpose in the church, the proper relationships between family members at home, and the armor of God for His people. No serious student of Scripture remains ignorant of Ephesians. Its insights, principles, and practical admonitions are essential to our growth toward Christian maturity.

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Jonah was one of only four writing prophets that Jesus mentioned by name during His earthly ministry (Isaiah, Daniel, and Zechariah were the others). But Jonah received more than a mere mention. Jesus actually identified Himself with the prophet’s three-day sojourn in the belly of the great fish, noting it as a foreshadowing of His own death, when Jesus would spend three days “in the heart of the earth,” before His resurrection (Matthew 12:39–41).

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Where there is no prayer, there is no power. Where there is little prayer, there is little power. Where there is a lot of prayer, there is a lot of power! {Download prayer journal}