Indianola Heights Evangelical Free Church
of Des Moines, Iowa
Daughters of Eve In C.S. Lewis' epic Chronicles of Narnia, human females are respectfully referred to as "Daughters of Eve."  It's a nod to the dignity and grace bestowed upon them by their Creator through the first woman, Eve, the mother of all humanity.  Far from passive or weak, the women of Narnia are strong, decisive warriors, unafraid of their enemies and unashamed of their convictions.  And this is the model of womanhood that we find in Scripture.  From Eve to Rahab, Deborah to Abigail, the women warriors of Scripture displayed a watchful vigilance over their families, a solemn zeal for their nation, and a quiet ferocity for God’s honor.  The Bible celebrates the nuances of femininity these women demonstrated and the respect they earned from those who fought alongside them.  So join us at 10 AM on Sunday mornings this spring as we draw inspiration from a new series of messages entitled Daughters of Eve: The Bible’s Anthology of Women Warriors.
Sunday's Message - 5/28/2017
The Fallen Warrior
Series: Daughters of Eve Subject: Tabitha
Passage: Acts 9:36-43

Service Times
  • » Worship service
    Sunday - 10:00 am
  • » Bible classes
    Sunday - 8:45 am
  • » Mid-week activities
    Wednesday - 6:30 pm
Nursery services are available for newborns - 2 year olds

Find us
Two miles south of downtown Des Moines at Indianola Ave and SE 9th:
Indianola Heights Evangelical Free Church
3000 SE 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50315
Phone: (515) 244-4462
Fax: (515) 244-6400
Email: office@ihefc.org