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Suggested LT Reading List

The following resoureces are recommended in preparation for the 2011 Women’s Leadership Training Conference. Use these resources to begin focusing on LT now…

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Dory, Optical Illusions, and the 2010 WIC Love Gift

By Steph Hubach. Over the years, our family has established a funny pattern of associating different people we know with characters in movies that we watch. This all started with my youngest son Tim, who has Down syndrome. When he was little, as a movie progressed, we’d all wait for him to identity the “who’s who” of that particular film…

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Where’s Steph?

Asking “Where can I find Steph Hubach” is kind of like asking “Where’s Waldo?” While Steph usually has a pretty busy speaking schedule in the fall, this year, she’s busy filming a 13-week DVD series on her book Same Lake, Different Boat for inclusion in the Gospel and Disability Educational Gift Packs.

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PCA Women’s Ministry pillar–Georgia Settle–goes to be with the Lord

Georgia Settle, wife of first CEP Coordinator, TE Paul Settle and the first Coordinatorof theWomen In the Church ministry in the PCA, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, September 19, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Susan Hunt and Barbara Thompson write, “Wehave watched her move from life season to life season with grace and dignity. She journied from strength to strength. The threads of Georgia’s life are woven throughoutour lives and is part and parcel of who we are in Christ.”

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38th General Assembly – A Woman’s Perspective!

The location was Nashville, a city filled with history and music, rebounding from a disastrous flood. The hosts were the nineteen churches of Nashville Presbytery who prepared for the PCA family with a concert of prayer and planning.

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Let Me Be a Woman

The phrase “let me be a woman” provocatively incites preconceived ideas of what kind of woman one is to be. The onslaught of feminist culture brazenly takes hold of our daughters and persuasively tells them, “Why shouldn’t you use your gifts and be rewarded? You deserve pleasure, prestige, money, and power!” Read more…