September 28, 2016
A Closer Look at Radiant
If you are a mom, wife, sister, employee, boss, CEO, or stay-at-home-mom, you know what it is like to lose strength and courage in your day-to-day life. You know what it feels like to lose hope in yourself and lose sight of your purpose when those same daily tasks, those same morning commutes simply become just that: the same old, same old routine.
It is easy to lose sight of our God-given purpose in the daily routine of dishes and laundry. It is easy to feel shame and lose heart in who we are as women of God when the weight of perfection and comparison are so easy to fall in to.
And even with God as the center, even as a believer in Him and His will, we still need that constant reminder that we are strong enough, our work is worthy, and our hope is in something not of this world.
Radiant: sending out light; shining or glowing brightly.
We are so excited to announce Cornerstone’s first ever women’s conference: Radiant.
Radiant is a 2- day conference that our last three Tangled events have helped shape and create; a time where we hope to empower women of all ages in who they are designed to be; a place where we desire to create an experience that inspires, encourages, and empowers women to pursue their unique, God-given purpose; empowering women to radiate in that uniqueness, in their purpose.
Author, Nancy Ortberg, and Cornerstone’s own Pastor of Family Life and Women, Karissa Harrison, will be our keynote speakers throughout this two-day conference. Both women have served in ministry for years, leading and connecting women in what they believe with their every day lives in a way that brings life change and transformation.
Nancy Ortberg served as a teaching pastor for eight years at Willow Creek Community Church, one of the largest churches in America. During that time she lead Network, a ministry that helps people identify their spiritual gifts and find a place of service in the church, and Axis, a weekly gathering for the eighteen- to twenty-something generation.
So why are you reading this? Because you are invited to join us for this first ever Cornerstone women’s conference! This event is for women of all ages and all stages of life, and we so hope you can join us. Grab a friend, a sister or a co-worker and sign up to join this unique event created just for you.
We’re excited to have National Comedy Theatre San Diego group perform on Friday night. They have been entertaining people for over two decades all across the nation. These professional comedians will have us all laughing, you won’t want to miss out.
Whether you are new to church, unsure of whom God is, or you’ve been a life-long follower of Jesus, you’re welcome at Radiant! We’re confident that no matter where you are on your journey, you’ll walk away from Radiant empowered to live out your unique purpose.
Will you join us? Visit go2cornerstone.com/radiant to register. Early bird registration is only $39, with regular registration only $10 more. And if you are a student or a single mom, you will receive $10 off the early bird or regular time registration!
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