2020 Women's Gathering
Saturday, February 22 | 9 am - 3 pm [registration begins at 8 am]
Cost: $25 per person [thru Feb 16]
$30 per person [Feb 17-Feb 22, the day of the event]
Included in your registration:
• The opportunity to learn about ministries that serve women in our community
• Musical worship with Kristy Ward
• Breakfast treats
• Delicious lunch buffet
• Chances to win door prizes
Have you ever noticed city lights at night from an airplane, stars blazing in a night sky, or a candle lighting a dark room, and marveled at the twinkle, sparkle and glow?
Matthew 5:14-16 says Christians are to let their lights shine in the darkness as well.
“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden; nor does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.”
We know we’re supposed to let our lights shine in the dark, but what exactly does that look like?
Please join other women along with nationally-syndicated columnist, author, and speaker Lori Borgman as we unpack the sometimes cryptic, but always beautiful, Beatitudes to gain understanding on how our lights are to shine.
About our speaker
Lori Borgman is a nationally-distributed family life columnist. addressing a wide variety of topics ranging from sibling rivalry to nagging and the hazards of upper arm flab. Sometimes she even touches on serious subjects like the importance of faith, the sanctity of life, and the dangers of doing taxes with your husband. Lori is a journalist who takes her Christian faith with her into the marketplace.
Lori’s weekly column is distributed nationally by an arm of the Chicago Tribune to more than 400 newspapers and online media outlets in the U.S. and Canada. Lori’s writing has been published in WorldWide Challenge, on jewishworldreview.com, crosswalk.com and been a regular guest on Moody Radio.
Lori and her husband have been married for 41 years, have three grown and married children. They live in Indianapolis. It’s the house with eleven grandkids running around the backyard.