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Kentucky Baptist Women's Conference - POSTPONED

October 23-24, 2020 | Little Flock Baptist Church

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The Women's Conference has been postponed to October 23-24 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Those who are already registered may carry over their registration to the new date or request a refund by sending an email to rlnanney@bbtel.com


Come be encouraged and refreshed at the NEW Kentucky Baptist Women's Conference! We will explore Isaiah 43:19, "See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. " We will remind ourselves that no matter how bleak our circumstances, God makes "All Things New." We hope you will join us!


Dates:
October 23-24

Location:

Little Flock Baptist Church

Shepherdsville, Ky

Cost: $20 through September 23 ($25 after September 23)

Those who are already registered may carry over their registration to the new date or request a refund by sending an email to rlnanney@bbtel.com

Speaker: Cara Croft

Cara Croft is the Women's Ministry Director for Practical Shepherding.

"As a wife to a senior pastor (who has also been an associate pastor, youth pastor and music pastor) for over 20 years, I understand some of the pressure and challenges that accompany ministry work. In speaking at conferences, I am finding women connecting with my own struggles that I share and needing someone with whom to talk. My desire is to give an opportunity for you to share and have someone hear you.

"I am currently working on my master’s degree also in counseling. I enjoy being a student. I am also a mom to 4 children (1 son and 3 daughters) who are quickly becoming adults and on the verge of leaving the nest. I enjoy teaching, speaking, learning and walking beside others who are struggling. I love photography, being outside, music, drinking coffee, and reading (both fiction and nonfiction). I look forward to serving you and walking with you as we strive to be faithful servants of God."


Schedule:

Friday, October 23

6:45 p.m.     Pre Conference Worship

7:00 p.m.     Opening Session

8:15 p.m.    Breakout Session 1 

9:15 p.m.    Dismiss

Saturday, October 24

8:30 a.m.    Coffee and Treats

9:00 a.m.    Session 2

10:15 a.m.    Breakout Session 2

11:30 p.m.    Session 3

12:30 p.m.    Dismiss

Optional Lunch & Q & A with Cara Croft
          (Additional Charge - $10)



Breakout Options:

CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Peggy Berry, Women and Transitions Associate
Kentucky Baptist Convention.

Join this conference to learn the cycle of conflict. We will study how it begins, develops, and how it has the potential to become a lifelong way of life. Many of us either avoid conflict completely or we choose to become angry and combatant. Neither of these behaviors are healthy. As Barney used to say:  We will learn how to “nip it in the bud”.  Conflict exists in all our lives and we can learn healthy and God honoring way of moving through it.  Join me.

COPING WITH REJECTION
Shelley Robinson, Retired
Piner Baptist Church, Morning View

Each of us has experienced rejection. At times, the feelings which result hold us hostage and cause us to feel unable to move forward. Join us as we realized Biblical truths about these powerful responses and find ways of escaping their holds on our thoughts and emotions.

HYMNS FOR CONTEMPLATION
Glenda Patterson, Retired Music and Special Education Teacher
Severns Valley Baptist Church, Elizabethtown, KY

Do you have a bowed psaltery beautifully displayed but never played?  Come join this session to learn how your bowed psaltery can be both beautifully displayed AND beautifully played!  You will learn to play several hymns for your own singing/playing enjoyment and contemplation. (Some musical training is an asset, but not absolutely required.) Psalm 33:2-3 “Praise the Lord with the harp: sing unto him with the psaltery and and an instrument of ten strings.  Sing unto him a new a new song; play skillfully with a loud noise.”

*NOTE:  A limited number of “loaner” psalteries will be available.  Stop by the registration table to reserve yours.

INSTANTLY DELICIOUS!
“How-to"s and tricks for the Instant Pot®
Rebecca Pyle, Loan Document Specialist, Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company
Hurstbourne Baptist Church, Louisville

Tired of using the excuse that you’re too busy or don’t have enough time to cook? Already have an Instant Pot® and don’t know how to use it? What if I told you that you can make a meal with FROZEN chicken ((no defrosting)), around 30 minutes and DONE?! Come and enjoy some helpful tricks and how-to’s to get you back in the kitchen and enjoying it!! You’ll leave with tried and true recipes and maybe a treat!

A NEW PATH: BEGINNING STEPS IN ADOPTION/FOSTERING
Stephanie Patterson, Worship Ministry Leader
Little Flock Baptist Church, Louisville

Ever wondered where to start in the fostering or adoption process?  Not sure what's involved or what's required for private adoption or fostering/adoption through the state?  Stephanie Patterson has journeyed through this process.  In this break-out session, you'll find answers to questions about getting started, learn about agencies who can help you sift through the options and hear the personal story of how God grew the Patterson family from two to six through fostering and adoption.

PRAYING FAITHFULLY THROUGH THE YEARS-ENCOURAGEMENT AND CHALLENGE
Susan Owens, Porter Memorial, Lexington

You’ve probably been here....You sincerely tell a friend you’ll pray for her need only to realize days later that God hasn’t heard a word from you about it! Come join us for some encouraging words and suggestions for being more faithful in prayer, especially as you intercede for others. We’ll also talk about some probable outcomes as we pray faithfully through the years. 

PUT ON THE NEW SELF:  Colossians 3 
Sue Ellen Ballard, Choral Director, Bourbon County Middle School
Organist, Central Baptist Church, Paris

In a world where a myriad of things permeate our existence and draw our focus to everything else except who God wants and intends for us to be in Christ, behold, He desires to make us new.  Join our session for a discovery of who we are in Christ and how we can live abundantly by ‘putting on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge in the image of its Creator.’  Colossians 3:10

RICHES STORED IN SECRET PLACES
Roxanne Nanney, Minster of Music & Senior Adults
First Baptist Church, Brandenburg

Have you tried memorizing scripture and found it to be a bit overwhelming?  Join us as we explore a tried and true method for scripture memory that will enable you to store up the treasure of God’s Word in your heart and mind. “I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the LORD, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.” Isaiah 45:3

SASSY SCRAPBOOKING
Judy Jones
Central Baptist Church, Paris

Join our session as we create memory pages together for you, your family and friends.  Judy Jones along with her sister, Becky Scott, have brought all the materials to show you how to have fun designing pages for scrapbooks.  These sassy ladies induce creativity, scripture and laughter to help weave a lifetime of memories.  You'll have a hands-on, easy-to-use experience with scrapbooking pages, papers, adhesives and other supplies provided for you to enjoy.  And, you'll take home a unique project of your own!

SMART, SAVVY, SCRIPTURAL SOCIAL MEDIA
Lisa Salyer
Church/Financial Ministry Assistant and Freelance Photographer/Media Design
Parkland Baptist Church, Louisville

Are you unsure or scared about using social media? Do you want to learn some good safety tips for it? Are you “sick” of what you see? Do you know what to share and what NOT to? Are you stuck in the trap of social of media being your “go to” for mindless downtime entertainment? Are you building your self-worth or identity around it? Do you find that you spend more time searching for the next story rather than reading His story? Do you have a child/teen that is actively seeking more screen time for their social development? Come and see how you can be a smart, savvy, scriptural social media user!


UNEARTHING NEW TREASURES IN GOD'S WORD
Gail Yonts, Homemaker, Women's Bible study facilitator
Westport Rd. Baptist Church, Louisville.

In this session we will discuss the importance of maintaining a personal program of regular Bible study and tools and methods to use in making that study more meaningful and effective in growing a deeper relationship with God.