Wine, Women & Jesus


When women find their voice and see their female story in God’s bigger story, it’s life altering.

The first time I attended a women’s Bible study I sat in the back hoping not be noticed. As a new Christian, I was trying to figure out Jesus and the last thing I wanted was mingle with “those Christian women.” To be honest, I found Christians to be a bit weird. Sometimes I still do.

But it was in that women’s Bible study I met Jesus—not as Savior, I had already met him as Savior—but as the lover of my soul. This woman Bible teacher spoke the Scriptures from her female experience to mine—deep to deep. And I listened and wrestled—A LOT. Slowly my life changed. Jesus and I became close. And somewhere along the way I came to value the importance of women teaching women. There’s just something to it.

Back then I had no idea I would stand before women speaking Scriptures from my female experience to theirs. To this day I have no idea how many women have listened—and wrestled—and been changed through our Bible studies. That’s God’s to know.

But I do know there’s nothing like it. When women find their voice and see their female story in God’s bigger story. It’s life altering.

So… we continue to teach—women to women.

We would love for you to join us. And if you’re like I was—afraid of weird Christian women—feel free to take a seat in the back—listen, wrestle—just be with Jesus— we’re good with that. Or maybe you need candid conversations with your friends—come, regardless of where you are at come… it is worth it.

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