IBC Women,

Hopefully the testimonies these past couple Sundays about the Immanuel Women’s Theology Cohort have piqued your interest. Here are more details about the cohort so you can prayerfully consider joining.

The cohort consists of reading books on a variety of topics (and writing a one-page written interaction about each book), bimonthly one-on-one (or one-on-two) discipleship and accountability meetups, and a monthly cohort (large group) discussion. The intention of this program is to raise and train women members of IBC to serve and teach other women, as well as to foster deeper relationships between the ladies at IBC.

The current plan is to begin the bi-monthly meetings and reading the first book in October, with the first large-group cohort on November 2.

While the syllabus may seem rigorous, it’s totally worth the effort! For those of us who did the pilot version, we found the discipline and accountability of sticking to the curriculum to be immensely rewarding. If you have any concerns, please feel free to speak to Abby, Bethany, Sarah, or Vivian about their perspectives on the work load.

If you’d like to see the syllabus or you already know you want to participate in this year’s cohort, please email women at immanuel dash baptist dot net by the end of this month.