It’s Tough Being A Woman

On May 8th, at 11:30 A.M, The Women at Crossroads will be hosting our annual spring luncheon and program.

This year’s theme will be “It’s Tough Being a Woman” and the program will spotlight the many challenges involved in being a woman in our current society.

Through music, drama, and speaking attendees will be uplifted by a lighthearted and inspirational program designed for all ages.

Our agenda for the day will be to underline the important truth that: although it’s tough being a woman, in Christ we can live exceptional lives!

We are enabled to be beautiful, balanced and brave while just being who He made us to be!

The program will feature, Angela White as our special guest musician and she will be joined on stage by the Crossroads Band.

The seating is reserved seating only and the tickets are on sale online at the main Crossroads website and at the Women’s Ministry Counter located in the lobby of the Crossroads Main Building.  The tickets are $17.5o each and the price includes a catered lunch.

The event will begin at 11:30 A.M with luncheon being served and the program following.  The event will conclude by approximately 2:00 P.M.  Get your tickets now.

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3 responses to “It’s Tough Being A Woman

  1. Mitz

    We are looking forward to this Maryellen. It is a GREAT Mother’s Day gift too!

  2. Maryellen Stipe

    I am totally excited to host and teach at this event…after what “the Women at Crossroads” experienced at the recent Beth Moore simulcast, it can’t help but be an incredible time!

    The women of God (all 300,000 of them) assembled for the simulcast got an unbelievable shot in the arm, we were helped by Beth to see that we can all live exceptional lives enabled by His Spirit!

    Our event, picks up from there and focuses on being beautiful, balanced in priorities, and brave in the midst of difficulties–while just being us–empowered by Him! Yay!!!

  3. Mitz

    Amen! I’ll say it again, “Amen!” to that. In other words, we’re free to be you and me? I like that too.

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