Ezer is an equipping ministry by women for women.

As a church, we believe that our lives should be defined and directed by the Scriptures. This belief undergirds the Ezer ministry which aims to provide discipleship resources that train women to think Biblically about what it means to be women and to follow Jesus in all areas of their lives. Our studies provide women with a Biblical perspective on key topics such as identity, sexuality, body and body image.

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God created every woman with a specific purpose – to be an ezer kenegdo, an essential counterpart. An ezer is one who comes alongside another and brings strength in the context of relationship. All women share this core calling, but how we live out our calling looks different for each woman based on her personality, gifts, strengths, perspectives, and season of life. Through the Biblical Femininity study, we learn to embrace our uniqueness and live out our calling right where God has us today.

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Sex was God’s idea. He created sex and our desires for sexual connection. Our sinful desires for approval, control, affirmation, security, and comfort twist and corrupt God’s good creation. Whether self-righteous or self-indulgent, we need to learn what it looks like to steward our sexuality in a way that honors God and serves others in love. No matter your perspective or experience of sex, every woman needs hope and a vision of how sex and sexuality fits into God’s story of redemption.


Countless women battle a spirit of restlessness, insecurity, shame, and discontent with their own bodies. This issue is particularly complex within the church, because Biblical truth is often intertwined with cultural standards. Whether facing physical challenges such as aging, disability, illness, and death, or more emotional challenges like comparison, discontentment, envy, and insecurity, most women will struggle with their bodies at some point during their lives, which makes this an important topic for all women.


“Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit-you choose,” says Proverbs 18:21 (MSG). The Old and the New Testament present a clear, consistent message – words are powerful. Many of us have felt the sting of another’s words. Just as many of us have wielded words in ways that have wounded others. But not many of us carve out time to talk about the power of our words, why we use them the way we do, and how the gospel brings the power and hope we need to transform our words.

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