Whether you've never been to church before, you attend Northview regularly, or you attend another church on the weekends--you are welcome here! Join us at one of our Bible studies!
We offer a variety of weekly study opportunities, with occasional conferences and retreats to supplement the regular study of the Bible.
All of our studies are expositional (working through a book of the Bible or section of a book sequentially) and inductive (asking a series of questions which help us observe, interpret, and apply the Biblical text).
Join a Women's Bible Study
Northview Mission Campus | Monday 7-8:30 PM
Join us in our study of the book of Matthew! We will be studying a variety of topics including: the Sermon on the Mount, what it looks like to live as kingdom people, and how the promises of the Old Testament are fulfilled in the person of Jesus! Online and in person options available!
For centuries Israel had eagerly anticipated the fulfillment of prophetic promises that God would send them a savior: a King from the line of David would establish His Kingdom. Join us as we study what Jesus’s own disciple, Matthew, recorded from the life and teachings of the long-awaited King! In Part 1 of this 3-part study, we will focus on Matthew 1-12. Over 11 weeks, we’ll see how Jesus Christ fulfills Old Testament promises, and we’ll learn what it looks like to be a citizen in the Kingdom of the true and merciful King.
This study is approximately 2 hours of weekly homework.
This is an inductive study using Northview Curriculum. The inductive method is three simple steps: Understanding their story (Observation), How it connects to God’s story (Interpretation), and then how it applies to our story (Application)
Northview Mission Campus | Wednesday 9:30-11:30 AM
This Fall, Women’s Precept Study will work through the book of “Judges” and then continue into “Ruth”
Judges, it’s a book that demonstrates the darkness and bondage that falls on the nation or individual who turns from the Word of God and lives according to their perceptions of God by simply doing what is right in their own eyes.
In the book of Ruth, you will work through “When all seems lost, and your future seems to offer nothing but the rubble of ground zero, how do you go on?… this book is more than a love story, but also precious truth of redemption, pointing us towards the Son who redeems us.
On October 29, 2022 Nancy Guthrie will be coming to Northview to teach a Biblical Theology Workshop for Women! Nancy is a well-known Bible teacher, author and podcast host. She teaches and writes for the Gospel Coalition, hosts a podcast called “Help Me Teach The Bible”, and has written a number of books on grief and on how to study the Bible. We are excited to have her join us at Northview.
If you’re a woman who wants to know your Bible better, this workshop is for you! The Biblical Theology workshop helps us to understand the significance of Biblical Texts. Nancy describes it this way, “Over three sessions, we’ll review the key events of the Bible’s story and the major sections of the Bible. I’ll demonstrate telling the story of the Bible through the lens of one of its important themes. We’ll work together on tracing a few themes through the various sections of the Bible. Then we’ll look at the opening of each of the Gospels and discover how a growing understanding of major biblical themes adds to our understanding when we see those themes arise in specific passages of the Bible.” She promises that three sessions “will be energetic, interactive, and fun!”
Tickets for the event go on sale on August 1, 2022
We believe God still speaks today and that His primary and authoritative way of doing this is through His Word; all 66 books! We believe taking in Scripture is a necessary part of the growing Christians life.
We desire to GROW in knowledge that results in women who look more like Jesus. We desire to SUBMIT to His Word. We desire to KNOW God: His character and ways. We desire to KNOW Jesus: what His life, death and resurrection accomplished (the gospel!).
We use the Inductive Bible study method. This method utilizes 3 tools: #1 Observation (what does the Bible say?) #2 Interpretation (What does this mean?) #3 Application (What do I do?) Through personal daily study, participation in weekly discussion groups and the teaching that follows, we strive to grasp God’s Word at a deeper and more impactful level.