Registration for Term 3 will open soon. 

What is Unreviled?

Poquoson Baptist Church exists to glorify God by shepherding sinners from lost to leader. Unreviled is an extension of this mission as we disciple women. This training program is based on Titus 2:3-5, which instructs older women to ". . . teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.

Through Unreviled, PBC ladies will receive intensive discipleship through books and discussion overseen by the PBC elders.

Who Should Sign Up?

We encourage all female PBC members who have a desire and the bandwidth for intensive discipleship to sign up. Men are encouraged to sign up for our brother discipleship program, Aspire.

What Will We Do?

Over two years we will study a variety of topics in eight-week terms, with a month off between each term. We will study the following topics:

  • Term 1: The Gospel
  • Term 2: The Bible
  • Term 3: The Church
  • Term 4: The Mission
  • Term 5: Biblical Counseling
  • Term 6: Preaching
  • Term 7: Marriage & Family
  • Term 8: Controversial Issues

Participants will attend weekly meetings, to be scheduled shortly. (Note: childcare is not provided for these meetings). During those meetings we will discuss weekly readings and assignments. Expect 2-4 hours of reading and other assignments every week.

What's the Cost?

The only fee for Unreviled is the price of the reading material(s), but there is a cost. Those involved must commit to faithfully attend weekly meetings for the duration of the term and complete weekly readings and other assignments.

In addition, participants must model meaningful membership by their faithful and consistent involvement in corporate worship, fellowship groups, members’ meetings, and regular service to the body.  

How Do I Sign Up?

Stay tuned for information on Term 3 registration opening up later this year.

The elders reserve the right to decline admission, if we have concerns about an individual's readiness for this level of ministry preparedness.