What we need most right now is hope—hope for the hurting, hope for justice, hope for peace, hope for that promised hour when Jesus returns triumphant to defeat death for good.
It’s been a month to the day since we gathered together. We had an amazing time with all of you and are still processing how the Lord showed himself through the worship, the speakers, and everyone who attended! We’re so thankful for the privilege of serving you this way and look forward to many more… Continue reading Thank You From Deeply Rooted
We at Deeply Rooted want to give women the opportunity to connect with God intellectually as well as emotionally which is why we’ve asked Dr. Beth Felker Jones to speak. Beth is a theology professor at Wheaton College who teaches classes like Gender and Theology, Christian Ethics, Marriage, Sex, and Family in the Christian Tradition, Doctrine of the… Continue reading Meet Dr. Beth Felker Jones
I (Tammy) met Kathy Khang through Twitter. We had a ton of mutual friends so she kept coming up in my timeline. I noticed how passionate she is about social justice, racial reconciliation, and making Jesus known. I’m constantly impressed by her wisdom and discernment and always challenged by her writing. We’re so excited to introduce Kathy to… Continue reading Meet Kathy Khang
Deeply Rooted is a gathering of women striving to break chains of oppression and lift each other up in the name of the Lord.
Reflective Weaving In this workshop you will be working alongside artists Suzanne and Colleen to create your own one-of-a-kind weaving with soft fibers, fabrics, plants, and flowers as you use the time for prayerful reflection. Supply fee: $5 (cash only) Finding Rest: Journaling with Color and Line Many of us journal, some in time of crisis or… Continue reading Deeply Rooted Workshops: Creativity
“Experiencing a taste of heaven” is how I would describe the Deeply Rooted gathering on May 21. Truthfully, there were a host of reasons that could have kept me away. The month of May filled up with plenty of obligations. Thankfully, my husband encouraged me to make room for it. I even invited a friend!… Continue reading Who is Mending Your Soul?