Women’s Ministry


The main objective of Hope 146 is discipleship.
We accomplish this objective in 3 ways:

!. Mentoring 2. Bible Study 3. Fellowship



Are you also interested in mentoring training or being mentored? If so, please click here and complete the application or contact the KFBC Women's Director, Vercie McMullen at 936-675-0192. You’ll soon be prayerfully placed with another sister in Christ. Our training takes place in the fall from September - December, and Mentoring sign ups will start in January.

Lord, I Want to Know You – 2nd Tuesday @ 6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.
The book required for this study is available in our Book Nook.

This study explores the names of God which enables us to understand His character and attributes so that we are better equipped to trust God during times of troubles and trials. The most beautiful part of this name, Lord, is that we don’t obey our Lord out of dread. We can trust that He is a good Lord. To trust Him as our Lord, we must first love God with all that is within us, without that love we will never learn to fully trust HIm. Our love for the Lord is manifested through our obedience. If we are not loving Him and are not being obedient to our Lord in the good times, we will fail to trust Him in the bad times.

KFBC Women’s Ministry Bible Study Schedule:

January 14 Chapters 9 &10

February 11 Chapters 11 & 12

March10 Chapters 13 & 14

May 12 Chapters 15, 16 & 17


KFBC invites you to our 2020 Women’s Bible Conference, April 17th & 18th. Registration is now open. Tickets may be purchased online at www.keltys.org Speaker: Karen Haught Worship Leader: Becca Bradley

HOPE: a sure or confident expectation

The HOPE 146 ministry is based on the principles found in Titus 2:3-5, which teaches how to grow and enhance our spiritual and personal lives, the lives of our families, and the lives of those around us.
Titus 2:3-5 states, "Likewise, teach the older women to be reverent in the way they live, not to be slanderers or addicted too much wine, but to teach what is good. Then they can train the younger women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled and pure, to be busy at home, to be kind and to be subject to their husbands, so that no one will malign the Word of God."

Whether young or old, a woman has the potential to affect her world by her character and the conduct of her life. As believers, women should reflect and demonstrate that their help in every situation comes from the God of hope who brings joy and peace in believing (Romans 15:13).

Please be sure to note the added Bible study and fellowship opportunities for the women of HOPE 146.