Powers Creek Church is pleased to sponsor a single moms retreat. Kids are invited too! There will be age appropriate activities and care for kids. See below.
Send it on an email, attach it to your Facebook page, Tweet it, or pick up the phone and call, but whatever you do, please share the following information with the single-moms you know.
Single Moms need a break. Powers Creek Community Church, along with Maple Springs Bible Camp are pleased to sponsor a weekend getaway for Moms and their children. This coming weekend. It’s not too late. There are still a few spaces.
Single Moms: You Need a Break
Join us for a weekend get-away. We have onsite accommodations and meals will be provided for you and for your children.
There will be a camping experience for school-aged children, and childcare for pre-school kids. As well as entertainment, fun, and friendship for everyone.
Date and Time: Begins May 24, 2013 @ 5:00pm – Ends May 26, 2013 at 12:00 Noon
Location: Maple Springs Campl, 5247 Igna Road, Peachland, BC.
- Task Overload
- Financial Responsibility
- Reduced Time and Energy For Personal Interests
- Childcare Issues
- Primary Decision Maker
- Primarily Responsible for Consequences of Decisions
Let’s face it, parenting is hard enough when there are two loving, caring, capable, adults involved in the process.
I’m so honored to be a part of this outreach program.
Here’s what I’ll be speaking about:
MOMS: I single-parented for over 15 years. I understand how overwhelmed you might feel!
The world is full of “experts” trying to sell you their advice on how to live your best life. If you are like me, youʼve bought the books. Youʼve paid the price. Youʼve tried it all! Howʼs that working for you?
Lies always hurt worse than any truth ever will. When you realize that you have been deceived – YOU bear the weight of frustration. Do you feel more guilt and shame, than anything, because youʼve never been able to claim victory over certain areas of your life?
Most of the advice you and I receive is nothing more than a band aid solution. None of it works for permanent change. Jesus said, “You can know the truth and that truth will make you free”. John 8:32. NASB.
No matter how difficult it may be to hear, “JUST TELL ME THE TRUTH”! Thatʼs all I want, because thatʼs what works. If you are ready to receive the brass facts about living your best life – this weekend will help! I look forward to meeting you.
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