As women it is imperative that we sink our beautiful souls deeply into the replenishing soil of the Gospel and draw up nourishment for all the day holds. Some days this is easy and other days everybody else gets what they need and we go hungry. We get it. We desire to help you experience the life you were created for while learning the unforced rhythms of grace.

1 Samuel: A King Unlike The Nations

This study examines the book of 1 Samuel as a part of God unfolding the story of the long awaited Me...

God’s Hidden Hand in History: A Study of Esther

Sometimes, in bad situations, it seems like God is nowhere to be found. However, the book of Esther ...

A Living Hope: An Interactive Study of 1 Peter

Description of Study: When seasons change and life brings unexpected challenges, we can feel lost or...

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Hands To Bless

“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” — 1 Peter 4:10

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Hands to Bless has ongoing projects that provide a variety of items to newborns and their parents, those who grieve, and gifts that our mission teams can take all over the world. They meet weekly at the church to collaborate and create.

For more information about upcoming projects, contact Marcie.

I get it…you’re busy. But at the end of the day when you fall into bed, what are the questions rolling around your head? The ones that keep you up.

Are my kids going to be ok?

Will I ever feel fulfilled in this job? In this relationship?

Am I enough? Am I too much?

What am I even here for?

These kinds of questions are worth asking. We believe the God who made you has some answers worth hearing and that might untangle you.

The Women’s Ministry at Grand Parkway exists to give you a safe place to ask hard questions, encourage you, and give you help to fall into bed with a peace and purpose you couldn’t imagine possible.

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Marcie McClendon
Marcie McClendon, Women's Pastor