Bike & Bible Bella's - Ride & Study for Women, Old Town Folsom

A Bike & Bible Study for us women!

Yes its true!

We've created the perfect combo....God & our Bikes! Join us every other Friday morning as we start with our Study at The Black Rooster Cafe' in Old Town Folsom with a discussion from our book “Make Every Day Your Best Day", followed by a 12 mile conversation speed ride around Lake Natomas on the bike trail.  Bring your Bike & Book to learn & share with other like minded women.

 

Below is a brief description of our featured study “Make Every Day Your Best Day":

Carpe diem is a Latin phrase that means “seize the day.” But
when it comes right down to it, most people find themselves “missing the day” rather than seizing it. All too often they find themselves wondering where the time went and asking, “What did I really accomplish?” They also miss the joy in it. But starting right here—right now—each of us can make changes to use each
day to the fullest.

This study will guide readers to embrace life one day at a time and give them guidance for how to use today wisely in the power of the Holy Spirit. Readers will rediscover all the blessings in their lives and gain new hope for the future.


****The Book can be found in the Bayside Church café or Amazon.com

Contact me @ [masked] for Friday schedule and an update on the book.

Blessings from your fearless leader,  Kell Weichler

Lets raise our bikes to the Lord & praise him for our wondrous bodies!

 

 

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  • Atsuko

    I have to miss this one as I'll be in S. CA....

    January 21, 2014

  • Darlene H.

    It was good to get back together with you all.

    1 · January 24, 2014

  • Paula S.

    I look forward to riding this time.

    January 19, 2014

  • Paula S.

    I am looking forward to riding this time.

    January 19, 2014

  • Christine T.

    Sorry to miss this time around but I'll be at a "Moms Weekend Away"! See you next time. Chris

    January 18, 2014

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