Welcome to Prepare for Life with Kathy Phillips


prepare for life with kathy phillips Perfect for all ages and all walks of life, each study brings the Word of God to life for everyone from the well-versed Bible student to those who have perhaps never opened a Bible before.

This year's study will be split up into 3 different studies. 

  • Knowing Him by Name - a 7-week study on the names of God
  • Christ in the Feast of the Tabernacle - a 5-week study in the Spring
  • The Passion of the Christ - a 9-week study on an in-depth look at the last week of Jesus' life

We’re excited at the prospect of learning God’s Word together and being transformed by the renewing of our hearts and minds. We hope you'll join us!

The PFL study begins:

  • Tuesdays mornings, 9:30 am on September 17
  • Wednesday evenings (Parlor), 6:30 pm on September 25

To register for the study (Tuesday morning or Wednesday evening), click here.

Women's Ministry Director: Linda Robinson


workbook passion of the christ

Lessons & Messages

  • Lesson 9: The Ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ

    Lesson 9: The Ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ

    the passion of the christHave you ever heard the phrase “the week that changed history?” Many remarkable weeks have changed the course of history but none like the week that Jesus died. Because of those few short days, everything is now different. We are in a new paradigm. Because that week was so crucial, we are going to focus solely upon those seven days in this study.

    In The Passion of the Christ we will carefully consider the dynamics behind the last several days of the life of Christ. We will examine the adversarial relationship between Jesus and the religious establishment. We will explore the volatile situation between the Roman government and the oppressed people of Judea. We will focus on the private moments of deep sharing, suffering, betrayal and restoration Jesus spent with His disciples. We will closely inspect the charges against Christ by both the Jewish leaders and by the Roman authorities. Primarily we will take time to meditate on the very centerpiece of Christianity, the cross of Jesus Christ, and to explore the pivotal importance of the resurrection, the very guarantee that because He lives, we shall live also.

    The events of the week that changed history were so monumental they are still impacting lives today. As we take the time to examine the dynamics of that week, we too will be changed. Our lives will be transformed. I promise you that celebrating Easter will never be the same.

    the passion of the christ

  • Lesson 8: The Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ

    Lesson 8: The Resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ

    the passion of the christHave you ever heard the phrase “the week that changed history?” Many remarkable weeks have changed the course of history but none like the week that Jesus died. Because of those few short days, everything is now different. We are in a new paradigm. Because that week was so crucial, we are going to focus solely upon those seven days in this study.

    In The Passion of the Christ we will carefully consider the dynamics behind the last several days of the life of Christ. We will examine the adversarial relationship between Jesus and the religious establishment. We will explore the volatile situation between the Roman government and the oppressed people of Judea. We will focus on the private moments of deep sharing, suffering, betrayal and restoration Jesus spent with His disciples. We will closely inspect the charges against Christ by both the Jewish leaders and by the Roman authorities. Primarily we will take time to meditate on the very centerpiece of Christianity, the cross of Jesus Christ, and to explore the pivotal importance of the resurrection, the very guarantee that because He lives, we shall live also.

    The events of the week that changed history were so monumental they are still impacting lives today. As we take the time to examine the dynamics of that week, we too will be changed. Our lives will be transformed. I promise you that celebrating Easter will never be the same.

    the passion of the christ

  • Lesson 7: The Cross of the Lord Jesus Christ

    Lesson 7: The Cross of the Lord Jesus Christ

    the passion of the christHave you ever heard the phrase “the week that changed history?” Many remarkable weeks have changed the course of history but none like the week that Jesus died. Because of those few short days, everything is now different. We are in a new paradigm. Because that week was so crucial, we are going to focus solely upon those seven days in this study.

    In The Passion of the Christ we will carefully consider the dynamics behind the last several days of the life of Christ. We will examine the adversarial relationship between Jesus and the religious establishment. We will explore the volatile situation between the Roman government and the oppressed people of Judea. We will focus on the private moments of deep sharing, suffering, betrayal and restoration Jesus spent with His disciples. We will closely inspect the charges against Christ by both the Jewish leaders and by the Roman authorities. Primarily we will take time to meditate on the very centerpiece of Christianity, the cross of Jesus Christ, and to explore the pivotal importance of the resurrection, the very guarantee that because He lives, we shall live also.

    The events of the week that changed history were so monumental they are still impacting lives today. As we take the time to examine the dynamics of that week, we too will be changed. Our lives will be transformed. I promise you that celebrating Easter will never be the same.

    the passion of the christ

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About Kathy Phillips

kathy phillips prepare for lifeToward the end of the 1980’s Kathy founded Prepare For Life. Her study’s goal is to share the joy of knowing the Lord Jesus Christ with others. Kathy longs to see others become established in God’s Word so that they will be prepared no matter what life brings.

Kathy’s soft-spoken manner, exuberant sense of humor and personal stories make Biblical lessons easy to understand and incorporate into daily lives. Simply put, Kathy’s lessons go right to the heart of the matter.

Kathy Phillips was born and raised in Memphis Tennessee. She is married and has three grown children. She and her family live in Houston, TX.

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