I’m shaking up the tweets of the week to highlight the various ladies who will be leading the “Restored” conference at The Summit Church March 14-15. The information to RSVP can be found at the bottom of this post. I encourage you to follow these ladies on Twitter to gain a taste of what is in store.
Key Note Speakers
Stories still capture our attention and hold it. They change us. Stories protest our culture's shrinking attention span.
— Heather Holleman (@HeatherHolleman) February 19, 2014
God's faithfulness and grace allows Him to cling to the smallest morsel of faith we demonstrate, even when it’s accompany by our failings
— Jada Edwards (@JadaEdwards1721) January 15, 2014
"We are tugging on Jesus' robes for you." A dear friend just prayed these words over another friend, & I couldn't help but share. Powerful.
— Sharon Hodde Miller (@SHoddeMiller) February 23, 2014
— Cindy W. Peterson (@cindy_peterson) February 19, 2014
Unfortunately, these two ladies have yet to harness their immense power to influence the social-sphere with gospel-laiden, humor-scented truth bombs. So we’re going with their husband’s accounts (or his alter-ego account) to give you a foretaste of the Restored interludes.
Thinking about the one who means more to me than anyone in the world. Happy Valentine's Day @TimKellerNYC!
— Fake J.D. Greear (@FakeJDGreear) February 14, 2014
— Chuck Reed (@chuckreednc) October 18, 2013
RESTORED: A CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN
The shattered pieces of a world broken by sin have pierced us all. Brokenness interrupts and invades our lives as the searing effects of humanity’s defiant rebellion against our Creator run rampant. We are the walking wounded, crushed over and over again as disease, death, broken relationships and broken hearts seem to reign in a world that feels like it is spinning madly out of control. We have been redeemed from sin, but aching we wait longingly for the promised redemption from our circumstances.
What does hope look like in the midst of gut-wrenching pain? How do broken people interact in a broken world? Join us at RESTORED as we examine how Jesus intersects with our pain and what it looks like to work towards restoration.
Friday, March 14
Saturday, March 15