It's time to start our second book, The Things We Couldn't Say by Diet Eman. This book is the true story of a young woman working in the Dutch resistance in WWII. Her story is one of the struggle to hold onto faith while facing the worst of man's evil.  The book can be found on Kindle,  and we have a few copies here at the church. Please contact the church office for more information about its availability.


Then, please join us on Tuesday, August 17th, at 7pm here at Harvest for our second Book Club Chat of the summer.


In case you're wondering, a Chat is simply a casual time to meet and connect with other women, eat dessert, and talk about the book. All in air-conditioned comfort. At the end of our time together, we'll also introduce our book for September. 

Hope to see you there.

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To order the August and September books, use this LINK



Your Story Matters.


HWM would like to introduce you to three incredible women this summer. Though each of their stories are very different, the God who cares for them in each of their journeys in the same in his love, protection and provision.


In June, we’ll meet Dee Oliver—the undertaker’s wife, who’s story of  finding her footing after becoming  suddenly widowed is all too familiar one. But her humor and insights and candor will draw you in as she discovers the ever present faithfulness of God. Our discussion for The Undertaker’s Wife will be Tuesday, July 13th at 7pm.


In July, we’ll travel back in time to the harrowing  experience of living in Nazi controlled The Netherlands. Diet Eman, one of the  unsung members of the Dutch resistance, and fellow prisoner with Corrie Ten Boom, takes us through her experiences as she sees both the worst and best of mankind. Through letters and personal memories, Diet is not afraid to expose both her physical and spiritual struggles to understand the goodness of God.


Our discussion for Things We Could Not Say will be Tuesday, August 17th at 7pm.

In August we’ll meet Mary Marrantz, who will take us from a single-wide trailer in the mountains of rural West Virginia to the halls of Yale Law School. Along the way, she will share with us her story of how God does his best work in the muddy, messy, and broken. This is a deeply touching story of healing  told with warmth wit, and hard won wisdom.


Our discussion for Dirt—Growing Strong Roots in What Makes the Broken Beautiful will be  Tuesday, September 14th at 7pm.

 

All three books are available on Kindle

Our July book, The Things We Couldn't Say by Diet Eman,  is also available  at the Women’s Kiosk in the Atrium.

 

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Women's Ministry Resources

Join other ladies as we while away time by having a FUN Monday Night - what you ask? Paint Night with Debi Criss on Women's Paint Night Page on Facebook HERE!

WOMEN

Harvest seeks to help women see and understand that the power for real living comes from knowing the truth – about ourselves, about God Himself and about the enemy and his lies. Upon this foundation, prayer, study and fellowship become the conduit of God’s power, blessing and grace, and our faith then becomes ‘real’ as our hearts truly, fully connect with His, one-on-one. 

Widow's Ministry

The purpose of the widow's group is to provide spiritual and emotional support to women who have lost a husband.  Let's look beyond "the incident" to how life should look now, led by God's Word.  Let all of our experiences and the Word of God help you find what God desires next for you in this season of life!  Whether you are a recent widow, or if it's been awhile, all are welcome.  

If you are interested in this group, please contact Sandy Burgess.