Mountain Bible Church will have a month-long non-denominational women’s Bible study during June.
The program opens with a screening of the film “Magdalena — Released from Shame” from the JESUS Film Project, Nardine Productions and Inspirational Films, Inc.
This free presentation will be at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, June 4. The film portrays how Jesus values women through the historical accounts of His interactions with them, seen through the eyes of Mary Magdalene.
It was written, directed and produced by women and has been seen around the world. It was adapted from the original Jesus film produced by Campus Crusade for Christ. The film is designed to bring the message of salvation, hope and dignity to women around the world who are oppressed, forgotten, used, shamed or violated.
It has been translated into more than 1,000 languages.
The Bible study will continue at 6:30 p.m. each Thursday in June at Mountain Bible Church, in Building C. The study’s theme is “Hope” and will focus on the different women in the film whose lives were touched by Jesus. Leading the study sessions will be Alana Wallace, Jan Chapek and Kelly Morse.
A dessert will provided at each session, however, there will be no nursery available.
For more information, contact the director of the Women’s Ministry Bible studies, Cindy Diehl at (928) 474-4894, or Kathy Pirch at (928) 474-2004.