Wasn’t last Tuesday Morning fun? It’s always a little bittersweet to say good-bye for the summer, but thanks to these lovely ladies, at least we were able to do it with a laugh.
2014 Spring Brunch Women
If you missed the fun, don’t despair. Of course, we have a video! Just click HERE for another view of our Girls of Summer using their Equip-ment.
Also, for those of you who couldn’t join us, here’s a list of some of the resources we have available for you this summer. I hope each of you can take advantage of at least one of them.
Summer 2014 Resources
Books: Our Top Picks
A Mother’s Heart by Jean Fleming
A Praying Life by Paul E. Miller
Beautiful Battle by Mary DeMuth
Divine Embrace by Ken Gire
Epic of Eden by Sandra Richter
Love Story by Nichole Nordeman
Spiritual Rhythm by Mark Buchanan
The Gospel of Ruth by Carolyn Custis James
What’s so Amazing About Grace? by Phillip Yancey
Windows of the Soul by Ken Gire
Starting in May, we’ll be posting a summer study series here on the blog with Claudine Lehman’s insights on personal worship. We will be offering the material in an interactive format which will allow for discussion and questions. Please join us each week.
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