“A waiting person is a patient person. The word patience means the willingness to stay where we are and live the situation out to the full in the belief that something hidden there will manifest itself to us.” ~ Henri Nouwen

What one of us hasn’t experienced a waiting time that threatened to discourage and derail? We know God uses these periods in our lives to teach us patience and trust, but they still prove challenging. We’re going to be exploring how to wait gracefully, and with expectancy vs. expectation, as we discover the hidden things God has for us.

We’ll be gathering on November 10-11, 2017 to feed off one another’s hope, to be strengthened and built up by our sisters, to bring light to each other’s darkness. Please join us. Invite your family and friends.

Deeply Rooted is a two-day faith and creativity gathering for women in Chicago, sponsored by Wilson Abbey and Jesus People USA. Registration is $50 or pay what you can. Scholarships will be available as well.

The ticket price includes 3 speaker sessions, 2 workshops, and the dessert reception on Friday night. The catered lunch with speakers is $12. If you need a place to stay and don’t mind church camp bunk bed accommodations, you are welcome to stay with us! You may choose this option during registration.

Ciera Smith, Kathy Khang, Kimberly Penrod Pelletier, and Ramelia Williams will be speaking.

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