Did you miss the 2013 Women's Day Event? You can take see details from last year's event, and even view pictures on our Facebook page. Keep watching and be sure to mark your calendars for: September 20, 2014.
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Join us for another wonderful year of fun and fellowship at our annual Women’s Day on September 20, 2014as we focus on ways we can better reflect Christ in our daily lives through our theme, Reflections of Thee.
Theme Verse: 2 Corinthians 3:18 "But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord."
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The Redeeming and Corrupting Power of Technology
~ Presented By Mrs. Dana Davis
Details: Our lives are thoroughly saturated with technology. Technology wakes us up, brews our first cup of coffee within seconds, notifies us of our daily appointments, and provides driving instructions right at our fingertips. Texting, tweeting, facebooking and googling are the verbs that fill our days. These devices and technologies are as normal to us as the air we breathe and the water we drink. Why do we need to pay attention to the influence of technology? How can we harness the redeeming power of technology to further the spread of the Gospel and to encourage the saints? How can we prevent the corrupting power of technology from destroying our lives and dividing our families? Join us as we learn to discern the redeeming and corrupting power of technology and identify some practical technologies that you can use to encourage those you serve.
About the Speaker: Mrs. Dana Davis leads the faculty of Maranatha Baptist University in online pedagogy as MBU's Instructional Designer. As an educator, Mrs. Davis is experienced in several diverse environments, currently teaching Children's Literature, Diagnosing & Treating Reading Difficulties, and Techonology in Teaching and learning in MBU's School of Education, with previous experience serving as a junior high Language Arts public school teacher, a 4th grade Christian school teacher, and a homeschool mother. Dana completed a BS in Elementary Education from Southern Illinois University and a Master's of Education with a concentration in Reading from the University of Wisconin-Stout. Dana is licensed in Wisconsin and Illinois. She is certified as a master online teacher by the University of Illinois's ION program. Dana is married to Dr. Matt Davis, Executive Vice President at Maranatha Baptist University. They live in Watertown, Wisconsin and have three boys, Tim (12), Mike (11) & Eric (9).
Being Busy & Staying Balanced
~ Presented By Dr. Julie Howard
Details: Come and find out more about balancing a busy life. I am a full time doctor, wife, and mother of two boys. I help homeschool our oldest son and even find time to participate in church activities and find time for some my hobbies and interests. I believe God has called me to be in all of those roles. There are many verses in the Bible that point to balance, and how to appropriately prioritize our lives and service to Him. We will discuss how to prioritize and how to manage our busy lives, all while in service to God.
About the Speaker: Dr. Howard is a full time family medicine physician who does a full scope practice with obstetrical care as well as a wife and mother of two boys. She helps homeschool her oldest son and even partakes in church activities. She enjoys running, crocheting, playing the piano, and singing.
Parenting for Young Mothers
~ Presented By Mrs. Joy Mielke
Details: Mothers today face an incredible challenge to raise godly children in a godless culture. How can we teach our children to know and love God? It is not enough to just have our children profess Christ. How can we instill in them a passion for the things of God? This workshop is designed to give hope and practical ideas for mothers who are serious about raising godly children.
About the Speaker: Joy was raised in a Christian family where the Word of God was read daily. Strong protection measures were implemented by her parents to keep the world out of the home and to place God in the home. Joy asked the Lord to save her as a young child, but she struggled with assurance of salvation. On May 18, 1971, at the age of 12, her mother dealt with her from Revelation 3:20, and Joy received assurance of her salvation that night. Joy sensed a strong call from God to be a preacher's wife, and she spent her teen years preparing her own heart for that calling. Joy went to Pillsbury Baptist Bible College where she met her husband Marlon Mielke. Together they have served in the ministry for 33 years. The last 15 years of their ministry has been in her home church of Milltown, WI, where her husband is the pastor. Marlon and Joy have five grown sons, three wonderful daughters-in-love, and four grandsons. Parenting her children to know and love God was what mattered most to Joy when they were in the home! She continues to parent them now on her knees.
Out of the Pit- On to the Rock
~ Presented By Mrs. Karrie Moore
Details: Practical life lessons based on Psalms 40:1-3, learned from one who formerly resided in the pit and was by Godís grace lifted to The Rock.
About the Speaker: Karrie Moore, wife to Jon, mother to five ranging from 3-20. Former coffee shop barista who, along with her husband, recently transitioned to full time ministry as house parents at Victory Academy in Amberg, Wisconsin. Lover of Jesus first, coffee second and a daily, living example of one who is in need of God’s grace.
Reflections Mirror Craft
~ Presented By Mrs. Debbi Rippentrop
Details: You will have the opportunity to choose from a selection of special Scripture verses cut in advance from vinyl, to apply upon a mirror and take home as a keepsake to remember your special day this year at Tomah Baptist Church's Annual Women's Day. PLEASE NOTE:There will be a small additional cost of $5 for materials for this workshop.
About the Speaker: I have been into Paper crafting for about 14 yrs. I have a passion for designing and teaching the craft. I have recently stepped into Vinyl art. It is a great way to personalize your home in various ways with Bible verses or godly quotes. Isaiah 26:3 'Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.'"
MRS. CAROLE VAWTER
Join us this year for the special blessing you will receive from hearing Mrs.Vawter share her heart for ministry and how we can be a reflection for Christ in our daily lives..
About the Speaker:
Though born and raised in Casper, WY, Carole Vawter is a true "Wisconsinite!" She and her husband, Wayne, have served in churches in Wisconsin since 1980 and, for the past 13 years, they have traveled around the state ministering through the Wisconsin Fellowship of Baptist Churches. Carole is passionate about knowing Christ and living for His glory, and the Vawters have spent their life "striving together for the faith of the gospel." In addition to serving as a pastor's wife, Carole has taught piano lessons for many years, and was a hymnplaying instructor at Maranatha Baptist University for 11 years. The Vawters'
five children and nine grandchildren live across the USA in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas.
Continental Breakfast served in the morning in the Fellowship Hall.
Lunch Menu: TBA
Registration Cost: $15 for those who register by September 1, 2014, otherwise $18 (Includes seminar, workshop materials, Continental Breakfast, and a lovely noon Luncheon)
*Cost will be non-refundable. Note: Doors open at 8:30 am.
A Special THANK YOU to the Maranatha Baptist Bible College for providing the delightful Christian bookstore for our annual event filled with tons of godly books, music, and gifts and some shopping enjoyment for all our ladies!
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