If your congregation, school parents’ group, or other organization is looking for a seminar that is stimulating, fun, and life-changing, check out these possibilities by clicking one of the links below. Two seminars are based on my non-fiction title WOMEN WHO DO TOO MUCH and a third on CHILDREN WHO DO TOO LITTLE. Click on a title for full information about that seminar.
“For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.” Jeremiah 29:11
Does God really want women who are stressed, stretched, and overwhelmed? Or does God have a better idea? This seminar helps a woman who knows she is doing too much to refocus on what her heart tells her is most important for HER to be doing.
“Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37:4
Have you ever considered that maybe God PLANTS the deep yearnings of your heart rather than simply GRANTING them? This seminar helps a woman consider which of the yearnings of her heart could be God’s dreams for her, and how to move toward fulfilling those yearnings.
“Children are the only substance from which responsible adults can be made.”
This seminar is for parents who know their children need to be learning life skills and helping more around the house, but don’t know how to make that happen.
"Encouraging, practical, and humorous. I left refreshed, with specific goals."
Prairie Village, Kansas
"Invaluable experience. Thank you for helping me to center, for I was struggling in details." "Timely. Touched women in all seasons of their lives."
"One of the best seminars I ever attended. It will provide new ideas to help me work on certain areas in my personal life. Well worth giving up a Saturday for."
Salisbury, North Carolina:
"Just what an ideal seminar should be! Gave practical, workable, realistic and uplifting information, and our time was utilized so well."
Coral Gables, Florida:
"This seminar gave me a direction for my life and helped me look at myself. It taught me how to set goals and to remember what is the desire of my heart."