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Women of Grace Virtual Retreat 2020
Our Virtual Women of Grace Spring Retreat will be available online at no cost to you. We have Linda Reed from Heritage College and Seminary teaching us on ‘Be Still and Know – to know God in his strengthening power’. We will have an interactive teaching session with Sandra Loewen from Precept Ministries “How to study the Bible for yourself" and a zoom prayer meeting where you can meet with a group of up to 7 other women to pray.

Jun 6, 2020 09:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Linda Reed
Professor @Heritage College & Seminary
Linda Reed loves the Word of God and loves the world for God. Digging into God’s Word deeply with coloured pencils or a commentary is a pleasure (especially when we have so much time!). Dr. Reed teaches at Heritage College and Seminary and also teaches English to internationals. She has three grown children, and two grandchildren. Recently, to pass the quiet hours, Linda is finishing a quilt she’d started 22 years ago in California. Join us as we look at Knowing God in the Stillness.
Sandra Loewen
Precept Trainer @Precept Ministries
Sandra’s love for God’s Word began 20 years ago, when she was first introduced to Precept Bible studies. Since then, the Lord has given her a passion to equip women in studying the Word. Born an east-coaster, Sandra has made her home in Ottawa, ON with her husband, Richard. Together they have two grown daughters, one son-in-law, and her first granddaughter Ella, who is adored by all! Sandra is a Precept Trainer and teaches and trains people to study the Bible inductively across Canada. So thankful for this opportunity to study the Word together in June!
Shelagh Raymer
Director of Family Ministries @Muskoka Bible Centre
Shelagh Raymer is a follower of Jesus, wife to David and Mom to three incredible young people. She is transparent and humorous. As the Family Ministry Director at Muskoka Bible Centre she has experience in mentoring and teaching adults and young leaders. Her life experiences shape her into the follower of Jesus she is becoming, a cracked piece of pottery that lets the light seep through. Shelagh wants people to see the source of that light, Jesus Christ and to lead them into a life surrendered to Christ. Coffee is her addiction and you may find her in a nearby coffee shop.