“The Gathering,” hosted by local columnist Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie and her team, will begin its fall session Thursday, Oct. 7 at the Kroc Center from 6:30-7:45 p.m.

For 11 years Maxwell-Rambie has written for the Hill Country Community Journal, sharing transparently about daily walking with God and overcoming in life’s challenges. The study is an outgrowth of her column and lessons are centered around topics she writes about.

The Gathering began in 2018 and is a community Bible study, open to men and women of all faiths and is centered around everyday life situations and life application of the Bible. The six-week session will include topics Maxwell has written about and each participant will receive a study guide to take home to process the lesson more.

“My heart is for God to meet people right where they are in their life and encourage them,” Maxwell said. “Last session, people from all walks of life, and many different denominations attended, as well as people that do not attend church. I love bringing believers together. God blesses unity.”

Each lesson stands alone, so if you miss one, you are not behind and each person determines their level of involvement. There is no pressure to answer the questions for processing.”

Some of this fall’s topics include: Wake up to who you are, Understanding your value and worth, Walking in peace, Handling crisis, Dealing with life’s disappointments, and Living an overcoming life.

There is no charge for the class. To register, call (830) 377-8061 or email kathleenmaxwell1@gmail.com. Childcare is provided.

For more information visit www.kathleenmaxwellrambie.com.

Podcasts of previous lessons of The Gathering can be listened to at kathleenmaxwellrambie.podbean.com; or find it on Apple Podcast-The Kathleenmaxwellrambie Podcast Kathleen Maxwell-Rambie.

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