Transformed Relationships – Courtney Doctor
Relationships can be deeply satisfying . . . and deeply painful. We all have struggled with different relationships at different times: spouses, friends, parents, children, and co-workers. We know there can be a gap between what we long for in our relationships and what we experience. Join us as we look to see how God is working not only to redeem, restore, and transform us, but to redeem, restore, and transform our relationships as well!
Building a Personal Arsenal of Truth and Beauty – Tami Resch
“Lord, we believe, help our unbelief.” In this workshop, we’ll focus on renewing our minds with the truth of the gospel. We’ll engage and create practical tools for making our theology accessible in the moment of struggle. Come learn the art of speaking truth to our own heart and to the hearts of others!
Generation to Generation: Growing in the Gospel of Grace – Sandy Hartley
This is a workshop designed to encourage you as an older or younger woman to have relationships with those of other generations. We will discuss how the gospel of grace is the basis for Titus 2 relationships of spiritual mothers and spiritual daughters, how you can begin a formal Titus 2 ministry in your church, and how to have casual intergenerational friendships. Growth in the Gospel of Grace takes place in these generational discipleship relationships.
What to Do While You’re Single – Jenilyn Swett
Singleness is not a problem to be solved or a disease to be cured. It’s a season of life that is meant to be lived. How can those of us who are single live fully – even when singleness is hard? What does it look like for us to steward this season well? Join us in exploring what the Bible has to teach us about how to embrace both the blessings and challenges of singleness.
Suffering and the Body – Kori Porter
When sin entered the world, it brought forth suffering and death. Yet through the sacrificial work of Christ, death and suffering are redemptive for the Christian. This truth has huge implications for joy in our present day sufferings. Yet, for many of us, our chronic pain and/or ailments seem to create a desolate life. During our time together we will reconsider what is the purpose of suffering, how Christ’s work brings us hope, why we still suffer after the resurrection, and ponder the joy of heaven to come.