1. The Heart of Authenticity - Matt 5
The first main talk at the LWC 2016 helping us to consider the challenge ‘Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect’.
2. The Secret of Authenticity - Matt 6
In the second main talk of the LWC 2016 Linda Allcock considers our longing for approval, the danger of human approval and the freedom of the Father’s approval.
1. Daring to be real...with Friends
How deep are your friendships? Do you have friends you can be truly open and honest with? What does it mean to be a genuine friend to others? This seminar led by Joanna Jackson considered what the Bible has to say about authentic, deep and purposeful friendships, as well as how technology can aid or inhibit true friendship.
2. Daring to be real...about what we Treasure
What we spend our time, money and energy on often reflects what we value the most. In this seminar led by Naomi Skull we examined what we are investing in and how to develop a heart that delights in Christ alone.
3. Daring to be real...24/7
Am I the same person with people at church and with people in my home/in the office/at the school gates/in the gym/... the rest of the time? This seminar will look at God’s Word and hear from other women’s experience to help us live consistently for Christ, whoever we’re with, whatever, we’re doing.
1. When Life is Less Busy
Jenny Brown, Tamra Brown, Deborah Kelly & Barbara Sherwood
For various reasons (eg. illness, retirement, unemployment, children leaving home) life sometimes becomes less busy, which may present challenges. Hear others experiences of being less busy because of illness, caring for relatives, children leaving home etc. and find out what they have learned about God’s perspective on our busyness.
2. Choosing Better
Our calendars can be so full that our times with Jesus are few and far between. How do we manage our time wisely to bring our priorities in line with His?
3. Why We Love To Be Busy
This seminar will explore some of the motivations behind our busyness, how they affect our attitude and behaviour and how the gospel can transform them.
4. Too Burned Out To Be Busy
Dr Ruth Eardley
We all know Christians who have burned out with stress. Others struggle with anxiety and depression. How should we view these conditions in the light of our faith and our hope?