"His word burns in my heart like a fire." Jeremiah 20:9
How to Learn and Tell A Biblical Story
Suitable for church school teachers, worship leaders and pastors, you will discover the unique aspects of biblical storytelling, including conducting research, and completing an experiential exegesis of a biblical text.
Single and Satisfied? That’s A Lie!
Suitable for singles of any age or stage. What does it mean to be “satisfied” and single? How can Christian singles maintain their joy without losing their witness?
Quieting Down: Meditation for Busy Women
An exploration of ancient meditative practices and spiritual disciplines that can be incorporated into one’s daily life. This workshop can be adapted for a day long retreat.
What Kind of Muppet Are You?
Learn how to tell a story using Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and other members of that fuzzy brigade. This workshop can be adapted for leadership identification, youth ministry and team building.
Prayer 101: Can You Hear Me Now?
Suitable for all ages. What does it mean to pray? How can I know that God hears my prayers? What does the Bible say about prayer?
Building to Last: Leadership and Succession Planning
A frank exploration of how leaders can create and maintain succession plans, based on sound biblical principles. Can be adapted for business groups.
Keys to Kingdom Worship: The Priority, Passion and Practice of Loving God
Suitable for leaders, women and youth in ministry. What does “loving” God look like? How can I make a difference in the Kingdom?
Warned About Warfare: The Legal and Spiritual Aspects of Sexual Harassment In the Church
Litigation against the church is becoming more common. Learn about the legal pitfalls that are, unfortunately, common in many churches today. Suitable for pastors, ministry leaders and church staff members.
Dream BIG Dreams for God! June 22, 2013 Workshop Presentation, including the characteristics of a woman whose big dreams will come true!
_Margaret-Ann Howie, Post Office Box 168, Riderwood, MD, 21139 • 443.240.8668 • firstname.lastname@example.org