SPECIAL NOTE: Rachel Lovingood will be the Summit’s featured speaker. Please pray for our previously scheduled speaker, Cynthia Hopkins. She will be having a brain aneurysm repaired and is unable to join us.
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Customized Learning – Choose from multiple breakouts
Questions: Contact Nancy Hall, Women’s Specialist
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Virtual NW Women’s Summit
Saturday, April 17, 2021
9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Rachel Lovingood is an author and speaker ministering primarily to women’s groups and to ministry wives. She and her husband have been involved in ministry for more than 30 years. Rachel also speaks to groups of students from middle school to college age. She firmly believes God’s Word is transforming and the best way to live the abundant life is by following Christ daily. Whatever the group, she brings the truths of Scripture unapologetically and uses everyday situations to help listeners apply it to their lives. She seeks to help audience members walk away challenged and changed.
By popular request, Jennifer Margaris and her team will return to lead worship music. Our Summit also features two breakout session times with 7 relevant topics from which to choose.
9:00 –10:05 am General Session
10:15-10:50 am Breakout Conferences Session #1
10:50-11:00 am Break
11:00-11:35 am Breakout Conferences Session #2
11:35-11:45 am Break
11:45-12:30 pm General Session
2021 Virtual Breakout Descriptions
These breakout conferences will be offered at 10:15 am and 11:00 am
Note: There is no need to pre-register for the breakout conferences you wish to attend.
Defying the Shadows
Could your Shadow Stories be robbing you of life abundant offered in Christ? Like a lion crouched in darkness, our Enemy creeps about deliberate on devouring our joy, casting all sorts of fraudulent storylines into our minds and leaving us feeling isolated, unchosen, fragile, unredeemable, exposed, silenced, and a host of other falsehoods. Join us as we look at passages from Ephesians that speak to these painful feelings and wield the weapon of testimony to tell the true Signature Stories of our lives! Led by Miriam Rainwater
What is God Doing Around the World?
Led by Rose, East Asia Affinity Group
Just Open the Door – Biblical Hospitality
Discover how Jesus lived a life full of interruptions, yet always welcomed people and invited them to follow Him. Be challenged to replace cultural expectations of hospitality with biblical hospitality that reflects Jesus through simple acts of service. This session is based on Jenn Schmidt’s Bible Study, Just Open the Door. Led by Kim Howe
What I Learned from an Atheist about Sharing My Faith
Practical tips for building relationships with people who are different than you for the sake of the gospel. Led by Rachel Lovingood
“Discipline” often has a negative connotation, but we will look at the positive benefits as we explore what spiritual disciplines are, why they are essential to steadfast Christian living, and ways we can better implement them into our lives. We will especially focus on some practical ideas for a daily quiet time with our Savior. Led by Joyce McWhirter
Steadfast and Fearless – Understanding how God can help us to live steadfast in faith and not by fear. Led by Ann Iorg
36 million. That is the number of results Google will return when searching the word “Steadfast.” While our 20-to-30 somethings have access to near infinite resources on our phones and tablets in a matter of seconds, that does not take the place of authentic fellowship with other believers, no matter the age. Come be encouraged to build up our millennials as fellow hands and feet of Christ. Led by Jessica Adams