|NORTHCREEK CHURCH IN WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA
FEBRUARY 1-3, 2018
|The Charles Simeon Trust aims to help recover the centrality of expository teaching of the Word of God, for the health and benefit of the church in our own and future generations. Training women to teach the Bible to other women is vital for building up the church and equipping its members to live out the truths of the gospel. This Workshop on Biblical Exposition is designed for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly. It is open to women who lead in regular teaching ministries including large group instructors, small group teachers, and women’s and children’s ministry leaders appointed by their churches.
|Deborah Lorentsen is a resident of Wheaton, Illinois where she is a part of College Church. She is an RN BSN having attended Taylor University, West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Presently she is active in the Women’s Bible Study at College Church in Wheaton where she serves as a regular lecturer, small group leader and curriculum coordinator. She also serves on the board of the Charles Simeon Trust.
About the Workshops
Who Should Attend
2303 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
Brochure [pdf, 2.1mb]
Registration must be completed by January 26, 2018.
Detailed Schedule [pdf]
Embassy Suites (2 miles)
Holiday Inn Express (2.4 miles)
$139 USD before January 19
$159 USD after January 19
Cost includes dinner the first night,
lunch the second day,
and refreshment breaks.
($25 nonrefundable deposit)
|Kristie Anyabwile disciples women in her local church, Anacostia River Church in Washington, DC, and speaks and writes about marriage, motherhood, and ministry. She has degrees in History and in African American Studies from North Carolina State University. She has written contributions to the ESV Women's Devotional Bible; Word-Filled Women's Ministry: Loving and Serving the Church; Women on Life: A Call to Love the Unborn, Unloved and Neglected; and Hospitality Matters: Reviving an Ancient Practice for Modern Missions. You can find her at www.iamconvinced.wordpress.com.