Starke County Legacy of Women
Fall event will be sweet artistry
Join the Starke County Legacy of Women on October 26th for an afternoon of great art, great treats and great friends.
This year's event is "Chocolate and Canvas". The afternoon will combine art instruction and the South Bend Chocolate Company together in a beautiful pairing.
Come and participate in this program that makes painting easy and exciting. Step-by-step instructions are giving by a talented artist and they will help bring out your artistic side. You will take your masterpiece home with you and have a cherished memory of the day you spent with friends.
And what could make this day even sweeter? Why, South Bend Chocolate Company treats! You will create your masterpiece while nibbling on samples from this popular regional chocolatier. They will also have products to purchase. How can you resist?
"Chocolate and Canvas" will be held Sunday, October 26th 1:00-4:30 pm at the Knox Middle School. Tickets are presale only, so please contact a member to purchase tickets. Gift baskets will be available for fund-raising efforts.
Legacy of Women members who will have presale tickets are: Jennifer Davis, Erica Davis, Marsha Hayes, Debbie Jernas, Sheri Bartoli and Emily Waters.
By participating, you will help support the Starke County Legacy of Women Fund. The Fund offers grants to innovative programs, projects and activities that seek to empower women and girls in Starke County. The Fund also provides grants to women who want to participate in personal leadership development events such as conferences and workshops and then use those skills for the betterment of local women and girls.
For more information, contact the members of the Legacy of Women committee mentioned above, the Northern Indiana Community Foundation toll free at 877-432-6423, or Sarah Origer at the Starke County Community Foundation at 574-772-3665.
Blurred Lines with Jamey Dickens
When it comes to dating and relationships, are you in constant battle between the world’s expectations and the Word’s expectations? Is “talking” just talking? Does going out on a date suggest you are in a committed relationship? Is sex an important element in testing compatibility and building a “healthy” relationship?
Let’s face it… many of us get lost in attempting to define our relationships according to the world’s terms while we lose focus of the ideas God has already laid out for us. The lines our heavenly Father has drawn are blurred when we try to move them into our world.
We desire intimate relationships with others, whether romantic or not, because we are created in His image—in the image of a God who is interactive, relational and personal. Just as He longs for us to intimately experience Him, He longs for our earthly relationships to reflect Him. It’s time to discover what true relationships look like, step into those blurred areas and allow the light of God’s Word to bring us back into focus. Ephesians 5:8-10 says, “[We] groped [our] way through that murk once, but no longer…. The bright light of Christ makes [our] way plain…. Figure out what will please Christ, and then do it.”
Young men and women in grades 8-12 are invited to join BLUSH on November 15, 2014, as we strive to define those Blurred Lines. We will join dynamic speaker and youth pastor from Buckhead, Georgia, Jamey Dickens, as he offers truth and insights into what God has to say about dating, relationships, and yes, sex.
When: Saturday November 15, 2014.
Where: Oakbrook Church, Kokomo