Moms are theologians. Every time your child asks you a question that starts with "Why?" your answer is theological. "Why is the sky blue?" "Why did grandpa die?" "Why is that kid mean to me?" At their core, these are theological questions. Come discover a love for theology that will shape how you answer even the toughest questions.
This course is presented as a two-day workshop. The Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Course is a three-part comprehensive Christian business training and discipleship curriculum for Christian business owners, entrepreneurs, and potential entrepreneurs. This course provides a strong mix of core business concepts and Christian business principles. Students learn how to identify opportunities, take calculated risks, solve problems. exercise stewardship over a business for biblical profit while developing a Christ-centered character and attitude.
Dr. Case Thorp and Carol Hafer will be taking a group to see the amazing work of the FJKM church and spend time with our Malagasy partners. This trip will focus on encouraging our Malagasy Biblical Entrepreneurs and learning about their businesses. We will also visit other ministries such as Topaza orphanage, Berhorika girls school, Ivato Seminary, and the work of our missionaries, Dan and Elizabeth Turk. (Our visit wouldn't be complete without seeing Madagascar's world-famous lemurs.)
November 1 is The Christ School Kindergarten Chat, a chance for parents to ask questions and learn more about transitioning and kindergarten readiness.
This course, led by Barbara Francis, takes a deeper look at God's redemption plan through the eyes of the Old Testament people who lived it, like Adam and Eve, Abraham and Sarah, Moses, Joshua, Rahab, David, Esther, and more. Discover the Old Testament as God's plan of redemption through history, one personal story at a time.
In a world saturated with media, how should we as Christians approach the overwhelming array of videos, music, and books that flood our senses? In this class, led by PJ Wehry, we'll examine how a theological view of history, stretching from Eden to the New Jerusalem, gives us several simple-yet-helpful ways to navigate our everyday choices to watch, listen, and create.
Young At Heart continues on Friday, November 11, with a Veterans Tribute by Jim Stowers, Jim Haas, and Joyce Rabe. Fellowship begins at 10:30am, and lunch is served at noon. Lunch is $8 (reservation is required no later than the Friday before). Call Maddy Vilar at 407.423.3441 x1159. Bus transportation is provided to Westminster Towers’ residents with pick up time at 10:15am.
November 15 is The Christ School Open House, an opportunity for parents to learn more about the school and how to enroll.
First Moms is a ministry of Women Engaged, designed to equip women to live out their faith through motherhood. Join us this Fall at Winter Park's Alfond Inn for brunch and a chance to fellowship with other moms.
This course is presented as a two-day workshop. This is a Christian business training course designed to develop an understanding of practical "Mini MBA" principles as they relate to the Word of God. Topics include: Biblical Economics, Costs of Starting and Operating a Business, Business Plans, Financial Statements, Marketing and Sales, Meeting Market Need, Performing Market Research, Organizing and Registering Your Business, Biblical Management, and Financing a Kingdom Business.
Prerequisite BE I (Principles)
Celebrate the birth of Jesus and welcome women who have joined First Pres in the past year. Enjoy coffee, pastries and holiday music and hear some ways to share the good news of the season with joy. Get a preview of the upcoming Women Engaged study What Love Is, by Kelly Minter.
This is an overnight workshop for married couples. All marriages experience challenges: money concerns, family dynamics, parenting styles, and busy schedules take their toll on something that is supposed to feel like a blessed union. Even great marriages need care. They need the time, energy and grace to remember what is truly important.
This is an overnight retreat for anyone in the church. The purpose of LifeFest is to be together as a church family, be encouraged in our faith, and to retreat together! There will be fun, laughter, worship, fellowship, adventure, and teaching.
This is a week-long mission trip designed for anyone in our church family to join in. The purpose of the trip is to provide a way for families, individuals, and small groups to serve together for a week with our mission partner in the Dominican Republic, Mission Emanuel, and better understand God's Kingdom purpose for the church. And, to have fun together!