Marilyn would love to meet you and spend time together at your church or community group. These and other topics can be adapted for meetings, luncheons or retreats. Contact: email@example.com
Dressed up Hearts "Clothing" from scripture gives us gives us guidelines to make a real fashion statement.
SAVORY DAYS: Yes, a baby changes everything. This talk on savoring your life season as a Mom is appropriate for MOPS groups. With acknowldgement that sometimes are days are long, frazzled and even lonely, practical ideas are shared though encouragement and humor.
Wearing other People's Clothes: Playing the comparison game and falling into the comparison trap may work for a day, but the results over time can be disastrous.
Fresh Starts: Change of Heart New year's resolutions and goals often leave us defeated by February 1st and we become resolution drop-outs in need of remediation. Hannah, The Samaritan Woman, Lydia, and Mary each had life changing fresh starts. A study of their experiences gives us opportunities to examine establishing goals with purpose and meaning.
Quiet in the Midst of Noise: Quiet is a sought treasure and difficult to find in today's noisy culture. This presentation offers creative ideas for developing a consistent quiet time with God to grow in you relationship with Him and discover His unique plans and purposes for you.
Fogless Mirror: Our reflections offer us lessons in perspective. Much is discovered when we remove the fogginess of our own perspective and agenda.
A Different Kind of Friendship: The dialogue between Mary and Elizabeth gives us a model for genuine treasured friendship.This presentation can be geared toward mentoring and/or can be combined with the joy of sharing tea together.
Snapshots from Scripture: We can learn from women of the Bible-- the choices they made, the actions they took, the consequences they suffered, and the blessings they enjoyed, and apply these to our life.
Yes, You Can Be a Diva! Be encouraged to reduce stress, simplfy your life and increase joy that will set you on a path to becoming a diva.
Boomers are Taking the Stage: What does that mean for you in your new life season? A frank discussion about our new acts with their scene and character changes.
Christmas Pot-Pourri: Leaving a lingering beautiful fragrance during the holiday season may require a change of mindset and plans. This talk has been well received for women's Christmas teas and events.
Tea! Topics that offer suggestions and resources for cultivating relationships are also available. Marilyn has designed and taught a tea course at a community college, gave a tea seminar to Red Hats and spoken at women's groups. Topics are inspirational and practical and include Shen-Nug and Anna, Tea-Par-teas from A to Z, A Cup of Joy, Tea and Friendship, and others.
Small Group Leadership for Women's Ministry: Leadership training and ideas for adding tools to a small group leader's toolbox and developing relationships in your group.