Tabatha Frost // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Colossians 3:12 says that we are holy, chosen, and beloved, but what do those words really mean? And what do they have to do with our identity in Christ? This breakout session recording explains what it means to be the holy, chosen, and beloved people of God, and how this identity shapes who we are and what we are meant to do.
Meg Barnes // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Some of Paul’s last words to his son in the faith, Timothy, were “discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness…[because] godliness is profitable for all things, since it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come” (I Timothy 4:7b-8). Holiness, or godliness, must be pursued by the believer as they desire God and seek to honor in their daily lives. This breakout session recording focuses on the role of the individual in the discipline of godliness as we allow the Holy Spirit to transform us, but recognize the responsibility we have as believers.
Lesley Hildreth // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. The Bible contains hundreds of different characters in which God used to accomplish his purpose, but have you ever considered the women? This breakout session recording explores select women throughout the Bible from various backgrounds and circumstances that God used in his redemptive plan, and the lessons they give us that we can apply to our lives today.
Kimberly Merida // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Scripture tells us that when we receive Christ we are adopted as sons and daughters into his family. This breakout session recording discusses what our identity as children of God means, and how we can live out our daily lives in light of such an identity.
Ashley Allen // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Scripture speaks much about our words. In the passage from Colossians, Paul identifies several places of speech that believers are to “put off.” In the Book of James it is also noted that our words can be sparks that can set an entire forest on fire. How do we control our tongues, though, and have our words speak life, kindness, gentleness and glory to Christ Jesus? This breakout session recording will provide practical suggestions for using our tongues and our words wisely.
Mary Wallace Wilson - Every church needs women who love to serve, yet one of the most important ways to serve is by disciple-making. The only prerequisites are obedience to Christ, a heart of love and being Spirit-filled. No seminary training is required.
Tabatha Frost - Whether you are a single woman living in a downtown apartment, a mom in the suburbs or an empty nester in a quiet rural setting, you are right where you need to be to make an impact for God’s kingdom. Join us as we explore the discipleship potential that is waiting as close as your front door.
Sarah Davenport - Second Timothy 2:2 teaches us to think about being reproducible in all we teach. In this session, we will walk through some ways to make disciples across the globe with chronological Bible storying and Henna storying.
Ashley Allen - This breakout session will offer practical and hands-on ways to equip women to engage other women in gospel conversations that are natural for casual encounters or lengthy conversations. Whether it is a family member or someone you meet in the store, learn ways to use everyday encounters to share nuggets of the gospel.