On Saturday, March 3, Mount Carmel hosted, for the second year, Wholly Women–Deeply Rooted, a seminar that is geared towards discussing issues that are relevant to women. This year, 80 women met together to hear Beth Murray speak about the importance of boundaries and how the maintaining of healthy boundaries rooted in God’s truth really does shape how you experience life. Some highlights of the day included fellowship with women from 9 different denominations and all ages, a great time of worship led by Katy Splane, a healthy and delicious soup and bread lunch, and, of course, hearing Beth share both personal stories and professional expertise in the areas of boundaries and healing, using Ephesians 3:17-19 as a central theme. Thank you to those who came out to Wholly Women and to those who made this event run smoothly (especially our male students who came out to prepare and serve lunch)!
Here's a sample of some comments we recieved about Wholly Women–Deeply Rooted:
"Well done! The seminar was very relevant, relaxing and enjoyable. Great use of time. PS. Lunch was delicious."
"I was excited to come and it did not disappoint."
"It was great. It was great to be in a room full of great people and feel the communal spirit. The speaker was lively and the topic easily accessible."
"Timely, helpful and relevant."
"Really beneficial, encouraging, well organized and run."
"The topic was so in tune with my life. The speaker was so thorough and compassionate in her speaking."
"Absolutely perfect. Thank you!"
"Subject matter was appropriate for me and women of all ages. Excellent!"
"I was blessed, encouraged and challenged, to keep moving on with God."
"Very good, challenging. I loved the flowers. The soups and salads were perfect. Thank you for a job so well done."