Sisterhood

"And let us be concerned about one another in order to promote love and good works, not staying away from our meetings, as some habitually do, but encouraging each other, and all the more as you see the day drawing near." Hebrews 10:24-25

November 17-18, 2017

Location

Highland Lakes Baptist Camp

For

Girls (grades 7-12)

Description

Girls (grade 7-12) and the ladies who love them will enjoy time with friends as they learn about being apart of a great "sisterhood" in the family of God. They will be challenged to grow in their personal walk with Him, to encourage others and live out their faith in Christ.  The weekend will feature breakout topics for the teen girls and for the adult ladies who attend with them, incredible worship, an active missions experience and a fun late night P.J. Party!

COST

$55 if paid in full by October 17
$65 if paid in full by November 3
*Registration requires a $25 non-refundable deposit

Registration Deadline

Participants must register online by Friday, November 3 or a $20 late fee will be applied
*Registration is not complete until the final balance has been paid

SPEAKER: Liz Steckel

A former graphic designer, teacher, missionary, and Young Adult Women's Minister, Liz's heart is closely tied to the local church. She loves ministering alongside women of all generations while also engaging in her local community. Liz thrives in equipping leaders, teaching, and cultivating disciple making relationships. You will find her on any given day drinking multiple cups of coffee while asisting in leading a Digital Marketing Team. She and her husband, Josh, live in Plano, Texas where they have a sweet 9 month old and a second on the way.  

WORSHIP LED BY: Together By Grace

 Band pic

MISSION PROJECT: HOPE CENTER

Every year there are over 300,000 children under the age of 18 that are captured and forced into human trafficking. It costs an average of $1,500 a month for a rescued woman to receive all educational courses, mental health services, medication, food, shelter, and clothing. The Hope Center Indy's mission is to be a Christ-Centered program to help personally and professionally develop women who have  been rescued from human trafficking.  The center offers an abundance of professionals and volunteers to help equip rescued women with the tools to succeed in life after the traumatic experience of sex slavery.  During the weekend, we will be collecting a special offering to benefit this much needed ministry to those who have been rescued from human trafficking.

Schedule

Friday

6:30    Registration
7:00    Counselor Orientation
7:30    Worship Celebration
9:00    Breakout #1
10:00  Break
10:30  Pajama Party
12:00  Hit the Sack!

Saturday

8:00    Breakfast
9:00    Morning Celebration
10:00  Breakout #2
11:00  Breakout #3
12:00  Lunch
1:00   Breakout #4
2:00   Closing Celebration

Breakout Topics & Descriptions