Ladies Forum

Hello! We are so excited to personally invite you to the upcoming missio Dei Ladies’ Forum. We have been praying for you individually, by name, as we prepare and count down the days to this event. I know women’s ministry gatherings like these can stir up the full range of emotions. I certainly want to acknowledge those feelings, but I also want to cast our vision and our prayer for this night.

Our single aim is the exultation of Christ and His magnificent Gospel proclaimed in Scripture; a gospel that transforms hard hearts and renews minds, brings weary, worn out women rest, speaks adoption as daughters, and unites us with Christ because of the glorious cross. This is an evening where we will gather and be reminded of the great and glorious hope to which we have been called. We have been saved out of the domain of darkness and sent out to proclaim his marvelous light!

I can’t wait to dive into our church and Discipleship Collectives’ vision statement together. As disciples of Christ we encounter Jesus in his Word and we are transformed. As disciples of Christ we experience Jesus’ love for us through his body, the church. As disciples of Christ we engage the work of Jesus through relational mission and discipleship. This Ladies’ Forum is not about me or you or making a name for our church. This Ladies’ Forum is all about Jesus!!

Come be a part of this special evening on Saturday, June 1st; an evening that is centered on and grounded in the person and work of Jesus! So…I am inviting YOU! Will you join us? You are not alone, you are valued, and you are so loved because Jesus loves you and desires a relationship with you. There is a place for you and your friends at the table. Please join us! We can’t wait!

Love you ladies!
Kellie Schultz (with Melody Mondragon and Jess Renaud)

Click here to sign up.

Please RSVP by May 18th
Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019
Time: 6:00 pm open house dessert, event 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: Woodmen Hills Elementary
*There will be no formal childcare provided for this event. Nursing babies are always welcome!