The FBC Charleston Women’s Ministry is for women of all ages and in all stages of life. Our main focus is the discipleship of women and serving our church and community. Some of the ways we do this is through:

  • Bible Studies: Click on the Bible Studies link above to see a list of all of our current Bible Studies
  • Prayer Group Ministry
  • Basket Ministry
  • Meals of Love Outreach
  • Showers and Outreach Planning


Discipleship Groups


What is a Discipleship group?

Discipleship means that we are coming alongside other women and spending time in the Word of God, memorizing it, journaling, holding one another accountable, and praying together. Sharing our faith, fasting, and worship are other spiritual disciplines that you can do individually but are also highly effective when practiced in community. Discipleship should not be a program but a way of life. We discipline ourselves and practice these activities to be more like Jesus. Discipleship is intentionally equipping believers with the Word of God through accountable relationships empowered by the Holy Spirit in order to replicate faithful followers of Christ.

A D-group should consist of 3-5 same-gender individuals that meet for approximately 12 months. The groups read the Bible, journal, pray, memorize Scripture, with intention and expectation of each person doing the same thing later on with others.

God never intended for your salvation to be an end, but a beginning. God saved you to be a channel through whom His glorious life-changing gospel would flow to others.

Benefits of D-Group:

  • Growth in relationship with God-beyond comprehension
  • Growth in relationships with other women
  • Accountability in your walk with the Lord
  • Access to group of women who are for you and are prayer warriors for you
  • Learn what the spiritual disciplines are & have the support of a group to encourage you

Jesus formed and personally led the first D-Group – and it worked. The men who emerged from that group took the gospel to the world, and ultimately laid down their lives for Christ.

Whether you are a new believer or have been in church your entire life, these practices will produce tangible results in godliness and fruitfulness. Many professing Christians never commit to a growing relationship with the Lord.

Jesus pulled no punches when it came to discipleship. He made it crystal clear:

  • Following Him is a choice that requires sacrifice, commitment, and making Him the number one priority of our lives
  • There is a price involved with being His disciple.
Interested in finding out more about the Women’s ministry or how you can join a Women’s D-Group? Click the button below to email Miranda Curbow.