Saturday, August 8 from 10 am - 2 pm
Do you long for peace? Contentment? The world around us only fosters anxiety and discontent. Kathy will take you on a journey through Philippians 4 to discover God's path to find true peace in an anxious world and lasting contentment in a world of the perpetual upgrade.
Pre-registration cost is $30 per person (includes lunch). Childcare will not be available at this time. Last day to pre-register is August 3.
Registration after August 3 or at the door will be $30 but will not include lunch.
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A former "cultural Christian," Kathy Howard now has a passion for God's Word that's contagious. She encourages women to get into the Word for themselves in order to build an unshakable faith that will stand firm through all the trials of life. With more than 30 years of experience, Kathy has taught the bible in dozens of states, internationally, and in a wide range of venues including multi-church conferences and large online events. She has a Masters in Religious education and a certificate in Women's Ministry from the Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary.
Kathy is the author of 8 books and Bible studies, including "Lavish Grace" and "30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents." She also writes for multiple online magazines and devotional sites. Kathy and her "mostly retired" husband live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area near family. They have three married children, five grandchildren and three dogs - one of them on purpose. She provides free discipleship resources and blogs regularly at www.KathyHoward.org. Kathy also connects with women on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Anita's gift for music was evident at an early age as she started singing and playing in church in the pineywoods of East Texas. Anita was the middle of three girls and each of them were made by their parents to take two years of piano lessons. She understands that this set her on the musical path she now knows and lives every day.
Anita grew up in church watching her father play guitar and mother sing gospel songs in a trio. She picked up her first guitar at age six and bass guitar at age twelve. She played in multiple groups growing up with various styles including gospel, contemporary christian, country, as well as other types of secular music. Anita graduated college with a degree in music and a Master's degree in counseling. With a mixture of playing by ear and being formally trained, Anita was the church pianist through her high school and college years and this laid the foundation for singing and leading praise and worship. She has been a soloist and harmony singer throughout the years in both blended and contemporary worship.
Anita loves to lead with just a simple vocal and a piano. There is a powerful message in a uncomplicated lyric about the love of Jesus. She believes the story of redemption should be in every aspect of our worship. Her gracious style invites an easy rapport for everyone to join together in song and lift up Christ's name through praise.