VICTORY WOMEN'S CONFERENCE
April 27-28, 2018
Beyond the wonder of the circus, there is a lot we can learn from what happens under the big top. The circus, in many ways, is a metaphor for life -- it’s crazy, unexpected, filled with a wild range of emotions, and odd characters, many of which have a great deal of knowledge to share if only we look a little closer.
Don’t waste your life being a spectator, it’s time to step into the ring. Life is a circus – and you are in every act.
Friday, April 27
07:00pm Evening Session
08:30pm After Party
Saturday, April 28
01:00pm Sessions & Workshops
03:00pm Free time
07:00pm Evening Session
Nichole Moore serves as Campus Pastor in Tacoma, Washington, under lead Pastors Kevin and Sheila Gerald. She is part of the Teaching, Pastoral and Executive Teams as well as leading the Student Ministries team for all campuses. She has been married for 22 years to her college sweetheart, Eric, and they have three teenage children. Having served as a public school teacher prior to ministry, she is intent on using her passion for teaching to help others discover more about themselves, while achieving a greater sense of their dependency on God. She is a Pacific Northwest Girl through-and-through, and is a die hard Seahawks fan.
Entertain a Clown and Become Part of the Circus
Life is a circus and you are in every act! I started my life in the circus as a juggler! Balancing marriage, job, children, friends, ministry, house work and so on and so on. I feel like i have moved onto a clown! And I like being a clown. Webster dictionary says clowns are bafoons - silly people dressed in funny clothes. But to me a clown is someone who enjoys life. Who sees the good in others and wants nothing more than to see them happy! A clown is someone who makes you smile and laugh. They really do not seem to have a care in the world.
What stops you from being a clown?
Who will be the star of your circus?
In our life, we are bombarded with distractions & expectations of who society says we should be and what we should do. We can get caught up in the busyness and all the “good” things, that we can miss the great things. We can get caught up in our mistakes, our hurts and our lack, that we can miss what God actually says about us and where He’s calling us to be.
Tight rope walkers
Living out our callings through a life of responsive obedience
When a performer joins the circus, he has been hired to perform a specific act. In the same way, God is calling us all to ministry in some form or another but none of us are to have the same function or ALL the functions. Where are you called?
It can be hard to balance all our responsibilities, desires, dreams and obligations. Then when we think we finally have it all together something else comes along to tip the scales. We are all walking our own tight rope and continually need to adjust our weight so we don’t fall off the wire as we walk through life. Are you balancing the right things or have you added unnecessary weight?
Struggling to Keep Up and Juggle It All?
Swapping Our To-Do List for God’s To Do List
Matthew 11:28-30 MSG “Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you’ll recover your life. I’ll show you how to take a real rest. Walk with me and work with me—watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay anything heavy or ill-fitting on you. Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live freely and lightly.”
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