Cambridge Women's Life Study - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Redesigning interior spaces is a popular reality show topic. You can watch designer’s take worn out or dysfunctional spaces, and re-design them into jaw dropping beauties. You look at the before and after pictures and are amazed at the transformation. How could this be the same room! These renovation concepts are a great illustration for the transformation God provides on our spiritual interior.
This DVD study by Mary Kassian and Nancy Leigh Demoss examines ten “design elements” of biblical womanhood drawn from Titus 2. Each week, an element, such as discernment, or honour, or benevolence, or legacy are broken into 5 days containing 15 minute of examples/questions. Your insights will be discussed in round tables of 6-8 woman on Thursday.
Charles Eames a famous American designer defined design as “a plan for arranging elements in such a way as to best accomplish a particular purpose.” According to Isaiah 43:6-7, God created sons and daughters for the purpose of displaying God’s glory. Worldly design styles come and go, but God’s purpose for our inner design has not changed. In Titus 2, we see a portrait a woman who honours God and reflects the heart of Christ.