Known by Name: Hagar – In the Face of Rejection, God Says I’m Significant
The women in the Bible asked the same three questions we all still ask today: How does everyone else see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me? Hagar’s story, found in Genesis 16, is a story of cultural victimization. She was betrayed, abandoned, and scorned. Her response? She did what most of us would do when deeply hurt by someone we trust–she ran away. She got defensive. She retreated to a place where she felt safe. She felt justified in her anger and hurt. But deep in her core was a woman who longed to be seen and hoped for redemption. This Bible study will take you through Hagar’s story as she learns from hurt and heartache that what is unresolved is not unseen by God. The lack of finality in Hagar’s story teaches us to trust God with the ending–believing he sees us and he knows.
This 4 week session will begin Thursday July 11th – August 1st
6:30 – 8PM | Discipleship Center
Cost of materials: $12.99
Located in the Discipleship Center
(East Building – Upper Level)
All Women Welcome! Invite a Friend!