ONLINE CLASS REGISTRATIONEphesians - Living a Life Worthy of OUR Calling
Join Dr. Jeanene Reese for a six-session class digging into Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus.
Ephesians, Living a Life Worthy of OUR Calling, will combine the accessibility of an online course with the benefit and enjoyment of class discussions every Wednesday via a Zoom session. The course will also utilize videos, readings, special materials, and guided reflections.
The book of Ephesians provides rich theological insights about God’s nature and actions while simultaneously challenging Christians to live more fully into them. This study will explore these depths, encourage both personal and corporate spiritual growth, and further unite those who serve in the Kingdom around the world.
There will be two sections for the class, each meeting once a week for six weeks. Each session will last around an hour and 15 minutes.
Section 1: Wednesdays at 9:00 am CST (Central Standard Time), January 13 – February 17
Section 2: Wednesdays at 7:00 pm CST, January 13 – February 17
(To figure out what time that would be locally, you can go to https://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/. Compare the time listed above in Dallas, Texas, to your local time.)
When you register below, please choose the section that will work best with your schedule.
Section 1 is full and is only accepting wait list registrations. There are still spots available in section 2.
Registration deadline is Saturday, January 9th.
Highly gifted and insightful, Jeanene Reese began teaching for women’s events while still a student at Abilene Christian University in the early 70s. She later returned to teach Bible there for 28 years. Since her formal retirement from ACU, Jeanene continues to teach classes as an associate professor emerita in the Department of Bible, Missions and Ministry and to direct the university’s Center for Women in Christian Service.
Well-loved by Come before Winter participants, Jeanene has worked alongside founder Karen Alexander since the ministry’s inception in 2001. She has served almost 1,500 participants at 37 renewals hosted in 29 countries spread over six continents. Jeanene serves CbW as a lead equipper, curriculum developer, and member of the leadership team.
Jeanene has three children: Jessica, married to Jonathan Goudeau; Jocelyn, married to Mark Wiebe; and Jay, married to Mary Kate McMullen. She has six grandchildren.