Spring Women's Seminar
Sponsored by Bethel Women's Fellowship
Habukkuk: Anatomy of a Godly Struggle
How should we respond when God doesn’t make sense? Isn’t it sin to question Him? The prophet Habakkuk had that problem. God seemed to be acting inconsistently with His character.
Sound familiar? Come and learn from Habakkuk’s encounter with God in his struggle to understand. You will discover a God who is big enough to withstand your questions and lovingly enrich your relationship with Him through the process.
Please join us!
Saturday, May 2nd, 10am-2pm
Bethel Presbyterian Church 19856 Evergreen Mills Road Leesburg, VA, 20141
Registration and coffee begins at 9:30 am
Cost is $10; any additional gifts to offset the cost of lunch are welcome.
Please make your check payable to Bethel Women's Fellowship and mail to the address above.
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Julie Coleman dedicates herself to helping others understand and know an unexpected God. After an award-winning teaching career, she left the classroom to earn an M.A. in biblical studies. She now spends her time writing, leading Bible studies, and teaching at conferences and retreats. Her book, Unexpected Love, a study on Jesus’ conversations with women, was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2013. Julie and her husband have four children and six grandchildren. They live in the Annapolis, MD area.