At the last minute, I learned I had the chance to road-tip to Nashville to volunteer at the LifeWay Women’s Leadership Forum. This meant I got to greet attendees, assist break-out speakers, hand out free stuff (can I please do this every day of my life??), and sit in on the general sessions. I joined
“How do we live sufficiently daring lives?” This was the question guest speaker Lori McDaniel posed during the all women’s chapel on Tuesday, November 15. Lori used Acts 3 and 4 to challenge all of us women present to consider how we can be sufficiently daring in our everyday lives. Peter and John healed a
Every semester, one chapel is different than the rest. During this time, things seem to go on as normal, except perhaps there is a significant amount of guys aimlessly wandering the campus. This is because this chapel is Women’s Chapel, one service with a speaker whose message is geared specifically towards women. Today, we had
I’m plagued with a burden that I’m playing it too safe! And what’s even more dangerous, I fear I’ve led others to play it safe as well. This heaviness was fueled as I sat on a dirt floor listening to 15 Asian women one by one tell how they had shared the gospel with others.
What an event! The 2016 Southeastern Craft & Bake Sale kicked off the Christmas season in Wake Forest and was a huge success, with more than fifty vendors and nearly 1,000 patrons filling the Ledford Center gym on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. This year’s vendors provided everything from cookies and cinnamon rolls to calligraphy and