Due to inclement weather, the activities for Friday, January 25, 2013, have been cancelled. The program for Saturday, January 26, 2013, will begin at 10am and end at 5:30pm.
Our 8th Annual Whole Woman's Conference is scheduled for January 25 & 26, 2013. It is being held at the Clarksville Enrichment Center in Clarksville, Virginia this year. Our chosen theme is "After the Apple. Lies, Love, Life." Registration is now open.
"But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by its cunning, your thoughts will be led astray........". We will introduce and build to and on the last part of the verse in the Conference. Jane Lyon will be our worship leader.
a gift of time
a gift of renewal and remembering
a gift of restoring your soul and refreshing your spirit
a gift of reconnecting within a community like no other
Do the mundane tasks in your daily realm have you a little off-balance?
Did you not know? Have you not heard?
We are meant to be together!
This is for you! This is for you!
God is different.
God is HOLY.
He is always in our presence. Let us seek to be in His.
Is it time to give yourself a gift? This conference is designed to do just that! This is a very uplifting spiritual opportunity and listening to Jane Lyon speak is an experience in itself. We hope that this is something you will consider doing with us.
One conference attendee recently said ,"The benefit of the conference goes beyond the two days we are together in January every year. I am particularly aware of the ongoing benefit I receive when I read one of the books Jane has referenced in her teaching."
Here are a few titles of specific books that, in past years, have helped women to keep connecting with the living God long after we have said our goodbyes.
Some are contemporary, some are classics. Some are an occasional read, two are designed for daily devotionals.
1) Walking with God on the Road you Never Wanted to Travel (Mark Atteberry)
2) When Godly People do Ungodly Things (Beth Moore)
3) One Thousand Gifts (Ann Voskamp)
4) The Return of the Prodigal Son (Henri Nouwen)
The following cds are recommended:
1) Brave by Nicole Nordeman (The message from "Brave" has helped shape the theme and content for this year's conference.)
2) Generations by Sara Groves (This is the theme song for our conference.)
1) Jesus Calling (Sarah Young)
2) My Utmost of His Highest (Oswald Chambers)
Do you have a friend who may want to attend? Email or print our brochure and share it with them.
For more information about any of our events, please contact Vera Jo Springer at (434)374-5256.
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