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Ladies Day to address complexities of modern life
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Managing the complexities of a busy home and work life while remaining faithful to Christian values will be among the themes in the 36th annual Ladies Day at Central Church of Christ this Saturday, April 26.
“At Home with God” is the focus of the program, which is open to all women in Warren County and the area. Jenny Nance, mother of three grown children and resident of Signal Mountain, will serve as keynote speaker in the auditorium of the downtown church.
Registration for the free seminar starts at 8:45 a.m., with the program beginning at 9:10 a.m., followed by a complimentary, home-style luncheon at noon. A staffed nursery will be provided for children through 2 years of age, program organizers said.
Jenny and her husband, Greg, began domestic mission work in New Jersey shortly after they married in 1978. When that effort achieved a self-sustaining level, the couple helped launch other start-up congregations in the Northeast before returning to their Southern roots.
In 1998, Greg assumed pulpit duties at Signal Mountain Church of Christ, where he and Jenny continue to serve. Foreign mission work has been a major concentration for the couple, who have participated in evangelism in Romania, Honduras, Costa Rica and El Salvador.
“The New Testament is nearly 2,000 years old, but it still offers a wealth of knowledge and direction that can help us succeed in our modern-day families and in the workplace,” said Ladies Day chairperson Cynthia White. “Jenny has a wonderful ability to bring out these timeless gems of scriptural wisdom to help mothers, wives, daughters and all family members in their day-to-day lives.”