Today at ufcwomen.blog, Sarah Lloyd shares our final reflection on Jen Wilkin’s book “In His Image,” looking at godly wisdom versus knowledge.
Today at ufcwomen.blog, we are featuring a UFC missionary, who is currently gaining additional language training in France. She is studying “In His Image” with a UFC small group via Zoom each Thursday, and in this post she reflects on patience — and the process of making créme pâtissière!
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Today at ufcwomen.blog, Andi Hines reflects on God’s grace and faithfulness.
Join us in the coming week as we read and discuss chapters 6 and 7 from Jen Wilkin’s book “In His Image.” Email email@example.com to get connected with an online small group.
Today at ufcwomen.blog, Sarah Lloyd shares a reflection on Micah 6:6-8 and this week’s study of God’s justice and mercy.
Join us in the coming week as we read and discuss chapters 4 and 5 from Jen Wilkin’s book “In His Image.” Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected with an online small group.
“Think of the most loving person you have ever known. How did she demonstrate love?” When I read this question in the “God Most Loving” chapter of “In His Image” this week (p. 42), I immediately thought of a woman who poured out unconditional love and goodness upon the very people who had brutally speared her husband to death deep within the rain forests of Amazonian Ecuador in 1956…
Hi Ladies, Have you joined us yet in our weekly study of Jen Wilkin’s book “In His Image”? This week we’re reading chapters 2 and 3 — God Most Loving and God Most Good — in preparation for our online discussion groups, most of which meet on Thursdays. It’s not too late to join one of them. Books can be purchased digitally through various online booksellers, and you can sign up to join a group by emailing email@example.com.
Today Jasmine Timm shares “Behold Your King,” the first in a series of reflections on the ways we can reflect God’s character. UFC women will spend the next several weeks digging into this subject as we read and discuss Jen Wilkin’s book “In His Image.” We hope you’ll join us!
As the women’s ministry team at University Fellowship Church, our prayer is that we can encourage you to keep your eyes on the Lord through this season of uncertainty, anxiety, and grief. We have several ways in which we plan to do this in the coming weeks. Click below to find out more!