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WOMEN'S DAY 2019
Oct 19th (8:30am - 3:30pm)
Join us for a full day of workshops (led by NW ladies), food and fellowship.  To give you a sneak peak, below are the classes that will be offered.
  • Registration: begins this Sunday, Sept. 29th (in the lobby)  
  • Cost: $30

Click HERE to download the brochure.


Class Descriptions

Help for the Anxious Heart (Alicia Burgess & Kim Morrisette)
Many days we are in need of help as we battle our anxiety. Where does this help come from? Join us as we walk through Psalm 121. 

Art As Worship (Erin Day)
Do you desire to create art from the overflow of your time in the Word? In this class you will be learning basic techniques and by the end you will have created an original artwork that you can take home.

Building Gospel Relationships with Peoples Next Door (Marie Burrus)
God has brought thousands of people from around the globe to the US. We will learn how engaging people from a different culture may be as simple as crossing the street and meeting your neighbor.

Basic Hand-Lettering  (Becky Hatfield)
Do you ever see a gorgeously scripted chalkboard or wooden sign and wonder, “How in the world do you do that”? Come learn some basic tips and tricks to get you well on your way to creating beautiful works of art all your own.

Fulfilling Work and Rejuvenating Rest: Gifts from God (AD Miles)
Trying to find perfect fulfillment in work and rejuvenating rest is like chasing after the wind (Ecc. 2:17). Come to this workshop to gain a better understanding of God’s design for work and rest that brings glory to God and restores our souls.

Helping Children Fall In Love With Math!  (Mary Martin)
Looking for simple and free math games and strategies that you can use with children to build their mathematical understanding? This workshop will “fill your mathematical toolbox” (geared to teaching ages 4-11).

Sex in Marriage: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (Blaire Savage, Harriette Liederbach and Mindy Williams)
Hear from our elders’ wives as they lead in an honest conversation about sex. There will be time of Q&A. 

Shepherding Our Children While Navigating Online Media (Allison Reid)
Let’s talk about shepherding our children while navigating the ever-changing world of online media and helping them to be socially and emotionally healthy enough to make the most of the opportunities that are available (elementary to HS).

Gardening 101 (Penny Keathley)
The purpose of this workshop is to give some personal and practical thoughts on how to grow a green thumb, tips for adding houseplants to your home and why you should. Join me and discover that your thumb may be greener than you thought.

Called to Love (Annie Locke)
We all know the golden rule, but to love others like Jesus seems next to  impossible. Come and learn how you can experience, define and display this true love through knowing the deep love of Christ.

Cooking For A Crowd (Betsie McAuley)
With the holidays coming it is an ideal time to have tips and strategies for cooking for larger groups focusing on the basics of planning and preparing to host. Even the least experienced will feel more prepared to take on the challenge of hosting their next event.

Making Memories in the Midst of Chaos (Sandi Welch) 
Make memories and establish traditions with family for a lifetime of connection and relationships. Learn how to let go of perfection to create special moments with those you love. It’s not always easy, but it is always worth it.

Everyday Style (Morgan Williams)
We’ll discuss staying out of a slump in your everyday wear and remaining classic yet fresh, fun and in style! We’ll be doing some “how to’s” for naturally wavy and curly hair for everyone! From head to toe we’ll have tried and true tips and hacks to keep you in the know! 

Let’s Pray (Sherri Furr)
At times prayer can be daunting or monotonous. Come learn new ideas and practical tips to refresh and deepen your prayer life.


Resources

  • 10 Peaceful Practices — Stephanie Joyner spoke at See & Savor (Sept 25th) on Soul Care. This is an attachment of some helpful practices in soul care.


Past Retreat Talks

  • April 12-14, 2019 — To listen to the talks from the 2019 Spring Retreat (Identity: The Real Answer), click HERE.
  • April 13-15, 2018 — To listen to the talks from the 2018 Spring Retreat (Living with Anger), click HERE.
  • April 28-30, 2017 — To listen to the talks from the 2017 Spring Retreat click HERE.
  • April 8-10, 2016 — To hear the talks from 2016 the Spring Retreat click HERE

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