Don’t forget to get your ticket to the Women’s One Day Event!
This event will be held Saturday, May 18, from Â 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Heartland Schools Theatre featuring Jen Hatmaker. Â The cost is $25, which includes general seating and a luncheon. The doors will open at 7:30 a.m.
If you don’t already have a ticket, you can now only get them at the MB Church or atÂ email@example.com. Â Just email your name and the number of tickets you need to the above email and a reply will be sent to you. Your ticket will then be at the will call the day of the event.
An interview with Jen Hatmaker will be airing on My Bridge RadioÂ next Tuesday, May 14th, in sections during theirÂ 6:30-8:30 a.m. morning show. We will link the interview to our Facebook page after it has aired. (https://www.facebook.com/events/524407707583074/?fref=ts)
It’s a privilege this year to have Jen Hatmaker come to our community to speak for us. Jen speaks all over the country at Pastor/Leader Conferences. She is also speaking at several Women of Faith events this year. We hope you can join us onÂ May 18!
Jen brings such depth in her speaking and also gives you plenty of reasons to laugh. She is down to earth and isn’t afraid to give out a challenge that makes us think about what we believe. Â She is the author of “7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess”, which many in our community have been going through at various Bible study groups and “Interrupted”, among many other books. Here is a quote from Jen on her web page (www.jenhatmaker.com).
“In 2007 God engineered a massive gear change for our family. In summary, He said, ‘My entire world is crubling and starving and dying, and you’re blessing blessed people and dreaming about your next house.” Evidently He was serious about all that stuff in the Bible. A year later, we had moved, started Austin New Church whose mantra is “Love Your Neighbor, Serve Your City” , and learned that the easiest place to stay comfortably off-mission is in the western church, where we had been doing a lovely job of serving the saved and ignoring everyone else. If my goal at one time was to be a Bible teacher making an impact through communication, now it is to simply be a Christ-follower making an impact through radical obedience.”
The theme this year is “Higher” and when we are walking with Christ He invites us to continually go higher and deeper with Him. Jen will encourage and challenge us to go higher with Him and to look beyond our four walls and to live on mission right where we are at and with those in our sphere of life and beyond.
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