On the second Thursday of the school holidays, the Ladies' Book Club members gather for the current book of choice. The book club is an opportunity for women to come together and learn about God in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Not only does it allow for social interaction, it also gives the ladies a chance to reflect and grow together as Christians.


 
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Women of the Word - by Jen Wilkin

Women of the Word

by Jen Wilkin
06 Oct 2016
A popular Bible teacher offers practical guidance and helpful tips for women who want to go deeper in their study of the Bible and learn how to teach others to do the same.
How to walk into Church - by Tony Payne

How to walk into Church

by Tony Payne
14 Jul 2016
Guides you how to walk into church in a way that beautifully expresses what church is and why you're there.
God's Good Design - by Claire Smith

God's Good Design

by Claire Smith
21 Apr 2016
What the Bible really says about Men and Women. The book explores a range of issues on the subject of gender within the Church.
A Praying Life - by Paul E Miller

A Praying Life

by Paul E Miller
01 Oct 2015
Author Paul Miller shares his insights and conclusions about how to connect the broken pieces of your life and allow prayer—even poorly delivered—to fill the gaps with meaning and substance.
Compared to her - by Sophie De Witt

Compared to her

by Sophie De Witt
09 Jul 2015
Reveals the causes and effects of destructive comparisons, and shows how knowing Christ is the key to real contentment.
Healed at last - by Scott Blackwell

Healed at last

by Scott Blackwell
16 Apr 2015
Healed at Last documents Scotts struggle with illness and physical disability. Our ladies are learning about what God says about physical healing and the Bibles teaching about spiritual and physical healing.
Respectable Sins - by Jerry Bridges

Respectable Sins

by Jerry Bridges
10 Oct 2014
Have Christians become so preoccupied with "major" sins that we have lost sight of our need to deal with more subtle sins?.