Attendance, Support Grows for Zeteo's Second Annual Ladies' Day

This fall 41 ladies attended the second annual Ladies' Day hosted by Zeteo, a women's Bible study group dedicated to immersive study on Freed-Hardeman University's campus.

"This ladies' day would not have been possible without each girl being willing to participate," said Molly King, Zeteo President. "It is only because of their desire to study the Bible that we are able to do this work. I am so proud of each and every girl that participated. This is the second year we have done it and it just seems to get better." The group also participated in FHU's Day of Giving and raised $690 to purchase scripture journals to help in their studies.

"FHU Dean of Students Lacy Crowell said, 'Zeteo continues to offer the young women on campus a way to nurture their faith in a supportive environment. As we gather in fellowship and faith, we are humbled by God's grace and guidance. Women's Bible study has been a cornerstone of our spiritual journey, deepening our understanding of His word. Our prayer group has been a source of strength and connection. With gratitude in our hearts, we look ahead, knowing that God's plan for us is to grow, learn, and support one another as we continue to seek His wisdom and share His love through our study and prayers.'"

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