Merge is the name of Women’s Bible Study at First Baptist because our heart is to: 

  • Merge Biblical truths with real-life living,
  • Merge multiple generations of women in order to fulfill Titus 2 directives, and 
  • Merge intra-faith participation for the purpose of growing God’s Kingdom.


This fall Merge Ladies Bible Study is offering 3 different studies.
Thursday Evenings in room FLC 212 beginning 8/31/17
Susan Reed will lead "You Are Free"
Cost $15 - to register contact Donna McNery at 512-565-8134

Friday mornings in the FLC 2nd Floor Assembly beginning 9/1/17
Terri Autrey leads Loving God With All Your Mind - FULL
 Bobi Ann leads Weird - Because Normal Isn't Working
Janis Reeder leads You Are Free
Cost $15 - to register contact Donna McNery at 512-565-8134

Childcare is available for the Friday morning session only at the cost of  $10 for 1st child & $20 family maximum

Loving God with all Your Mind by Elizabeth George

Elizabeth lets women know that loving the Lord involves action! Focusing on six main scripture passages, she helps readers understand what it means to truly—

  • let your mind think on what is true about God and about life
  • grasp and move toward God's purpose for life
  • trust the Lord in all things

Weird—Because Normal Isn’t Working by Craig Groeschel

Normal people are stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Many of their relationships are, at best, strained and, in most cases, just surviving. Even though we live in one of the most prosperous places on earth, normal is still living paycheck to paycheck and never getting ahead.  Groeschel’s WEIRD views will help you break free from the norm to lead a radically abnormal (and endlessly more fulfilling) life.

You Are Free by Rebekah Lyons

"What should I do with my life?" It's a question we've all asked at one time or another. Dismantling the notion that having a "calling" is a rare privilege for the exclusive few, Lyons makes a prophetic call for women to become the person God's already designed them to be! 

Note:  The Friday sessions are limited to 15 participants in each study