Register for Remaining in the Vine Sneak Peak Session

RitV 3D-7in-72dpi-RGBI have the honor of teaching Remaining in the Vine at my home church, Main Street Baptist Church in Georgetown Texas. This is a sneak peak at the study before the book officially releases for sale on March 1. The  four-week class will be offered on Tuesdays beginning February 4, 2014. You can attend either the morning group (9:00 – 11:30 a.m.) or the evening group (6:30 – 8:30 p.m.) Feel free to join the study at any point in the four weeks.

This particular offering is for women. If you are interested in a co-ed class, please page down below the registration form for information about that possibility.

In addition to my study, the MSBC Women’s Bible Study is offering a second session beginning March 4 and we would love to have you join us for that as well. You can choose to attend either the Lysa TerKeurst study, What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, or the Motherwise study. If you need more information before registering, visit for more details. If you are ready to register, complete the following form:

Register for Bible Study

    Step 1: Choose Morning or Evening Group

  • Step 2: Choose Your Studies

  • The cost is $20 for both sessions. Should you wish to do only one study, the cost is $10. We will collect the registration fee at the study.
  • Step 3: Provide Your Information

  • Step 4: If needed, provide information for Pray & Play (Childcare)



A special note to any couples or men who might want to attend a Remaining in the Vine study:

The above sessions are a Women’s Bible Study which won’t suit everyone’s needs. If you are interested in attending or hosting a co-ed class for my new Bible study, I’d be happy to discuss that possibility. If there is enough interest, I would love to offer a co-ed study in the Georgetown area. Complete the following form to express your interest in either attending or hosting such a class.

Express interest in a Co-ed Remaining in the Vine Study



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