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Read below to see what Bible studies we are currently offering. We hope you will find one and get plugged in!


Evening Studies

Monday Night • 6:15 pm-8:30 pm • Sept. 9-Nov. 11

Philippians verse by verse study

Led by Judy Hicks at the home of Julie Taylor

Address: 2076 Regent Park Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242

Have you lost your joy in life? The study of Philippians verse by verse will give you a new perspective on life. In this study we will explore how to have joy, peace and contentment in this broken world and how to experience hope and encouragement for each new day!

Monday Night • 6:30 pm-8 pm • Sept. 9-Nov. 11

Restless by Jennie Allen • Led by Kim Reese and Ann Williams

In the Café of the Community Building

What would happen if God got bigger than your fear and insecurity, and you spent the rest of your life running after his purposes for you? Join us for Restless by Jennie Allen. During this 10-week study we will look at the life of Joseph and see how his passions, relationships, and suffering fit in the greater story of God - and how our stories can do the same.


Tuesday Day Studies

Childcare is available for our Tuesday studies by contacting Cindy Barksdale the THURSDAY PRIOR to class-cbarksdale@doubleaoakcc.org.

The studies listed below are on the following Tuesdays:

Sept. 10, 17, 24 | Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29 | Nov. 12, 19

The Best Yes Lysa Terkeurst • Led by Rachel Scardino

Room C-23 • 10 am - 12 pm

Have you ever found yourself saying "Yes" to things because you lacked the courage to say "No"? Have you become frustrated, frazzled, and weary as a result? In your heart, you know that's not the way God meant for us to live. But how can the cycle be broken? Journey with us as we learn to set healthy boundaries, find balance, and experience fulfillment in making choices that honor God. Women of all ages and stages welcome!

The Politically Incorrect Wife by Nancy Cobb and Connie Grigsby Led by Holly Heinfeld and Audrey Bond

Room C-21 • 10 am - 12 pm

How is your marriage going? Are you struggling in your role as a wife? We are in a battle with our culture to define our roles as married women. God designed marriage and He knows how it will operate best. As in all things, we need to yield our ways to God’s ways. So, if you need a little help relating to your hubby in a Biblical way, come join us. We will explore the Politically Incorrect Wife as well as the book of James. Let’s walk through this together and learn some ways to strengthen our marriages!


Thursday Day Studies


Thursday Morning • 10 am - 12 pm • Sept. 5-Nov. 21

The Gospel of Luke verse by verse study • Led by Michelle Wurst • Room C-21

Join us as we take an in-depth look at the life of Jesus based on eyewitness accounts compiled by the good doctor Luke. Luke gives us details not found in other books and shows us close-up pictures of our Savior. We will cover chapters 1-13 of Luke this fall as we follow Jesus from birth into public ministry with His disciples. If you continue with us in the spring, we’ll follow Jesus to the cross and resurrection in chapters 14-24. However, each semester will stand alone, so you can choose either one or both. Come, make some new friends, and dig into the Word with us!

Thursday Morning • 10 am - 12 pm • Sept. 5-Oct. 31

Legacy – How One Ordinary Life Can Make an Eternal Difference by Jackie Green • Led by Beth Cash • Room C-23

Do you want to pass down something of worth? Do you want your influence to last? Do you want your life to matter in the future? In this study, we will examine the character and actions of women in scripture – Esther, Mary Magdalene, Ruth, Deborah, the woman at the well, and more – to inspire and challenge us to leave a gospel-centered legacy. Join us to recognize the importance of leaving behind a spiritual legacy. Also, discover how ordinary, faithful lives are important to God’s kingdom. Finally, embrace the truth that your life can make an eternal difference.


All Bible Studies are located in the Community Building of the Mt Laurel Campus unless otherwise noted.

QUESTIONS? PLEASE

CONTACT MADGE NOLAND:

mnoland@doubleoakcc.org

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Women’s Discipleship 

d-D groups run for 12 months starting each year in September. These groups are made up of 3-5 women who hold each other accountable to stay in the Word, memorize scripture, and pray for one another. The purpose of this group is so that women will learn how to be disciples and how to disciple others. Once completed, these women will take a group of 3-5 women and repeat the process of discipling.

For more information, please contact Madge Noland.

 Moms INC

Moms INC (Moms In Need Of Community) is for moms with children of all ages and stages of life. We strive to provide a Christ-centered time of fellowship and a place to share the joys and challenges of motherhood. Join us the first Tuesday of each month September – May from 9:30-12:00 in Room C-23 of the Community Building at our MT Laurel campus. If you are a working mom, please join us the first Tuesday night of each month from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Room C-21 of the Community Building at our MT Laurel campus. Contact Cindy Barksdale by the Thursday prior to each meeting to reserve childcare for both the day and night time Moms INC meetings. For more information contact Madge Noland.

Are you seeking fellowship and connection with other moms? Do you crave discussion and Bible study with women experiencing the various stages of motherhood? If so, we would love for you to join us for Moms INC this year. Matthew 5:16 calls believers to “let your light SHINE before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” In our calling as mothers, together we can seek ways to SHINE the precious light and love of the Lord.

To stay in the know of what’s happening with Moms INC, please email Madge Noland to sign up for the monthly newsletter.

 Women’s Mentoring

The Double Oak Community Church Women’s Mentoring Ministry began several years ago after many hours of prayer and seeking after God and His will. Many lives have been touched and changed in both the mentor’s and mentee’s lives as a result of women’s obedience to God’s call.

Titus 2:3-5 is the Biblical reference to our command as “older women” to teach the “younger women”.

“Older women, likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to too much wine. They are to teach what is good and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, and to be self controlled, pure, working at home, kind and submissive to their own husbands, so that the Word of God may not be reviled.”

This is not necessarily about physical age, but more about spiritual maturity. It is about those who have shown through the example of their lives that they live righteously. Perfectly, NO! But they seek with their whole heart to follow and obey the Lord.

The Double Oak Mentoring Ministry pairs spiritually mature women so they can grow in their spiritual walk. This is a unique relationship where women can learn from other women and their life experiences.

For more information, contact Madge Noland or Audrey Bond.

Women’s Prayer Team 

The Women’s Ministry Prayer Team meets the second Tuesday of each month at 1 pm in room C-21 of the MT Laurel Community Building to pray for the women of Double Oak and the various Women’s Ministries offered. We would love for you to come along side us as we lift up the women of our church. If you have a heart for prayer, please come join us!

For more information, contact Madge Noland or Liz Clayton.

Women’s Retreat 

DOUBLE OAK COMMUNITY CHURCH WOMEN’S RETREAT

2020 retreat info coming soon!

Mending Hearts 

Meeting Each Month in the Café

Join us at Mending Hearts as we prepare pillows for those who have had open heart surgery at St. Vincent’s Hospital. You are welcome to bring your sewing machine or embroidery machine. Non-sewers are also welcome. We need help cutting fabric, stuffing and preparing the pillows! This group meets the first Wednesday of each month, September through May.

For more information, contact Madge Noland.