Connect '11 (March 26)
On March 26, 2011, all women are invited to Connect '11, a conference just for women. We'll meet at CrossPointe from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for two breakout workshops (topics below) and guest speaker Mary Snyder. Register March 6–20 by printing this form and bringing it to the Connect table in the foyer on Sunday morning. The conference will cost $10 per woman and include breakfast, lunch, two breakout workshops and a keynote address from Mary Snyder. She is fun and insightful, filled with grace and the love of God. You will not want to miss it!
BREAKOUT WORKSHOP I (Choose one of the following)
Planning to Save: Practically Navigating the Money Saving Craze by Meredith Mobley & Lyndsay Currier
In this session, we will explore practical ways to save money in the grocery store as well as other areas of household expenses. It’ll be fun and informative!
Viewing God’s Wonder Though the Lens of a Camera by Kristian Ogden
From the flowers in our back yard to children hanging on our leg, God’s beauty is all around us! Why not capture that beauty with photography?
We will discuss the basics of how cameras work and the different types of cameras available. Our focus will be on ways to take more creative photographs and we will even do some hands on learning. Bring your camera (no matter how small or how old) and join us for some photo fun!
Fighting for One Another by Gwen Lewis
Learning ways we can minister to the families of those who are serving in the Military. God has placed us in the middle of a tremendous Mission Field we call Ft. Benning. This workshop will help us learn a little of how the Army works, what some of those acronyms are, and most importantly how we can impact lives for the Glory of God.
Making Desserts that Say “I Love You” by Jill McMullen & Lori Malone
In this hands-on workshop you will learn tricks of the trade in the Cake Designing Industry. And you will make your very own Fondant Zebra cake! Bring a rolling pin and an apron. Limited to 15 participants.
BREAKOUT WORKSHOP II (Choose one of the following)
Not One Word has Failed; A Biblical Theology of Trust by Sarah Nixon
As women, we are often prone to manipulation or anxiety. We’ll look at antidote for a fearful heart – deep trust in God’s goodness and power.
Deny, Take Up & Follow by Karen Rosa
We call ourselves followers of Jesus. What does Jesus call us to?
We will explore what He really means by this important command taken from Matthew 16:24.
Modeling Christ by Extending God’s Grace by Jenny Smith
Our world is made up of many different kinds of people. What does Christ say about accepting and celebrating our differences? We’ll dig into scripture for guidance.
Multiply Like a Mushroom by Helen Brooks
We will dive into scripture while taking a look at an analogy in nature to encourage us to look beyond ourselves and allow God to use us to multiply or grow his kingdom.