the Potters Hands
Time Out for Women Aug. 19-20 at First Baptist
clay in the hand of the potter, so are you in my
hand. Jeremiah 18:6
annual Time Out for Women, hosted by the ladies of Holly
Springs First Baptist Church, is set for Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 19 and 20.
this year is In the Potters Hands
Being Molded into Women of God.
Callicutt, one of the organizers, said the big event is
for ladies of all denominations. Attendance has reached
as many as 450.
have ladies attend from all over the surrounding
area, Callicutt said. We welcome all ladies.
It will be a wonderful weekend.
begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, with the program
going from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Time Out for Women wraps up
on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
speaker Friday night is Marsha Waldrep Ford. The daughter
of the late Harold and Geraldine Waldrep, she lived her
teenage years in Holly Springs. She and her husband, Bob
Ford, have spent their lives in the ministry, pastoring
churches in Louisiana, Tennessee and then serving as
church planters in Scotland and Prague, Czech Republic.
They are now pastoring Eastside Baptist Church in Fort
will be given by Beth Ford. She served as a journeyman in
Thailand, where she met her husband, Jason Ford. They are
members of the Hernando Longview Heights Baptist Church,
and Beth is teaching art at Marshall Academy.
speaker Saturday morning will be Rita Sweat. She is a
graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University, where she got
her degree in music, then taught choral music and drama
after graduation. She teaches a community Bible study in
her home church in Amory.
the Praise and Worship Team are Sharon Williams, a Sunday
school teacher, childrens choir director and
soloist at First Baptist; Dee Whisenant, childrens
choir director and soloist at First Baptist; and Tamara
Hillmer, childrens choir director and soloist at
eight workshop leaders this year.
Skelton Come Wet Your Whistle
She has lived in the Olive Branch area for
14 years. She is a member of Longview Heights
Baptist Church and was the director of the
Autry Make Do - with the Lords
Help She has published five books
and many magazine articles. She is a lecturer,
artist, professional musician and photographer.
Polk Ten Choices for a Healthier
You She is a certified personal
trainer, Pilates instructor, a wellness coach and
an international speaker on health and wellness
issues. As the health ministry consultant for
Lifeway, she helped to write and develop the
Fit 4 series, and she also writes the
bi-monthly e-newsletter, Wellness
Connection. She is a member of Briarwood
Baptist Church in Memphis, Tenn.
Ferrell Your Faith Has Healed
You She is a gifted teacher. She
teaches a ladies Sunday school class, sings
in the choir and often leads Bible studies at
First Baptist Church, Holly Springs.
Holcomb Praying With Your Eyes Wide
Open She is a member of Kirby Woods
Baptist Church in Memphis. Married at 15 and born
again in 1975, she was gloriously delivered from
drug abuse and alcoholism. She shares, with great
conviction, the transforming power of an intimate
relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Knight Help, Lord, My Life Feels Out
of Control She is a member of
First Baptist Church in Corinth. She has a
chemical engineering degree from Ole Miss and
worked with Kimberly Clark for nine years before
leaving to be a stay-at-home mom.
Webb Finding Your Balance
She is a home school teacher with 18 years
experience. She has been childrens church
master teacher, His Hands Puppet Team director
and Childrens Camp Rock director for the
past 15 years at Christ the Rock Metro Church in
Wilbanks Twelve Promises for a
Christian Woman in Psalms 23
She is director of Women of Faith
Sunday School Department at West Jackson Street
Baptist Church in Tupelo. She is also an
instructor of business technology at Itawamba
information on Time Out for Women, call 252-2627.
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