Resource: PowerPoint presentation
Janie Wagoner touched on several different crosses we face as women, including marriage, singlehood, and loss of health.
However, the crosses we face in life are not the end. A quote from her experience with her daughter’s death from a heart defect, “God chose not to heal [my daughter’s] heart, but He can heal our hearts.”
Janie shares personal experiences relating to different crosses women bear in an uplifting and tangible way that people in different walks and stages of life can all relate to.
Sister Deborah Bercot shares that we are in the school of God and what we choose to learn now, takes us into eternity. No matter our age, we all have something to grow or improve in. Our response to the beauty of life should be with love, forgiveness, submission and a pure heart.
(Admin note: We apologize for the poor sound quality for those who were in attendance. Also, due to the poor record quality, this message was rerecorded for your use here; thanks to Deborah Bercot for her willingness to rerecord.)
Drawing inspiration from the ladies mentioned in Hebrews 11, and then sharing her own life story and walk of faith, Sister Wendy Good encourages women today to be faithful, no matter what the circumstances of their lives. The only thing that can hinder God’s will or purpose in our lives, is us ourselves. The things in our lives may not be what we consider good, but God can use them to work together for our good as we surrender to His will for us.
What do authentic relationships between women look like? In this women’s topic, Sister Linda Miller outlined characteristics that are important to have good relationships. We can look to Jesus to see how there will be different levels of relationship.
In this women’s topic, we discover six symptoms of a heart not at rest and six symptoms of a restful heart. Life and its circumstances can be a doorway to finding Jesus and the rest He has to offer, but the choice with what we do with them is up to us.
In this presentation, Christine Lamicela addresses “Beyond Obedience, Revisited” by discusses the three keys she has used in her child training, “cheerfully, thoroughly, and immediately.” Bringing this to our adult interpersonal experiences, do we respond in these same ways to the authorities we are responsible to?
Using illustrations from her childhood, schooling, and employment, she offers practical and Biblical instruction to leadership and submission in marriage.