Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta


Women’s Scripture study to begin Sept. 29

Published September 1, 2016

ATLANTA—“Does your life have meaning?” asks Keri Allen, of Proclaim My Word ministry. This question is the title of her next Life Application Bible study on the Book of Ecclesiastes to be held at Holy Spirit Church, Atlanta, from Sept. 29 to Nov. 17.

She said that the author of Ecclesiastes tells us that “All things are vanity.” The book “also tells us that it is possible to have a meaningful life, and why it is critical that we live life with meaning!” she said.

“It is important to be open to God’s wisdom. You will be encouraged to enjoy and be grateful for the gift of life,” Allen said. “When you rely on God’s wisdom, your faith and trust in him will increase, even when life seems unfair.”

She said that this book will help in understanding why it is important to slow down and use time wisely, evaluate the meaning of life, and live with faith and trust, in order to die without regrets.

Allen invites all women of the archdiocese to come every Thursday morning for eight weeks from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Homework is optional, and nursery available upon request for children 6 months to 3 years old.

There is no charge for attendance or materials. Free will offerings are accepted to help fund the program.

Those interested are asked to register by Sept. 22. To register go to or or call 404-281-5741.