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2018 Speaking Calendar

Hi sweet friends,

While I’ve taken a hiatus from blogging to write, speak, and prioritize my family, I so hope our paths cross while I’m teaching this year:

January 12-13: WOCC Women, White Oak, TX
February 3: Outrageous & Contagious 7, Tifton, GA
February 9-10: IF:Gathering, Austin, TX
February 15: Samford University Legacy League, Birmingham, AL
March 2-3: Radiate Conference, Laguna Hills, CA
March 10: It’s Your Day Women’s Conference, Savannah, GA
March 17: Fresh Grounded Faith, O’Fallon, IL
Mar 23-24: eWomen, Phoenix, AZ
Apr 6-7: eWomen, Houston, TX
April 13-14: MomTalk Conference, Cookeville, TN
April 27: Mother, Daughter, Sister, Friend, Franklin, TN
May 4-5: eWomen, Loveland, CO
July 21-28: Sandi Patty’s Forever Grateful Alaska Cruise
August 24: SeaCoast Grace Church, Cypress, CA
August 25: First Christian Church, Huntington Beach, CA
October 5-6: Fresh Grounded Faith, Lubbock, TX
October 26-27: eWomen, Charlotte, NC
November 9-10: She Is Conference, Indiana, PA

And while my 2018 speaking calendar is closed while we finalize pending commitments, please connect with us  here  to inquire about 2019 and beyond.

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Seamless Online Bible Study – Coming June 18!

We’re so excited to announce that that LifeWay is offering Seamless as an online Bible study this summer! For 7 weeks, beginning June 18 on LifeWay Women’s blog, we’ll look at the way Jesus is stitched in to every story in Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation.

Each Thursday through July 30 you’ll find a blog post, unique new video message, and questions to answer in the comments section. Our prayer is that you’ll invite a few local friends and neighbors to join this study with you and hope you also develop community with other women through each week’s post.

Here’s how the online study will work:

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Preview: Seamless Session 6

I so pray that as you went through your homework this week that you saw something new in Scripture. I probably could have recited the story of Christ’s birth and His life and His death for many years, but it wasn’t until it really moved me to tears that I really understood it.

When I read my Bible, and I want to encourage you to do this too, I put myself in the scenes. I try to imagine every detail around me. I want to know what it might have smelled like. What it might have tasted like. What it sounded like to be in every single moment. I want to feel the words just come alive in my soul. Continue Reading