The 23rd Annual Women’s Break Away is set for Saturday, April, 24 at Faith Alliance Church in Chilton.
Because of the COVID-19 virus, organizers have changed the venue to be held at Faith Alliance Church, Chilton, instead of Chilton High School and on a smaller scale.
Two sessions will be held, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Several seminars will be available and a main speaker, Becky Kopitzke, will speak at both sessions. Because limited space is available and almost all filled already, they are also offering a virtual showing of the seminars and main speaker after May 1. People can check out the Women’s Break Away Facebook page or the Faith Alliance Church website to view it—www.faithcmachurch.org.
Seminars include “No Fear: Trusting God” by Peggy VanDeren, “Why Funerals Matter” by Daniel Wieting, “The Sensory System” by Sandra Sandee, “Emotional Vampires: People who Drain You Dry” by the Rev. Steven Rose, “Defending our Faith in a Hostile World” by Jay Seegert, and “God’s Got This” by Beverly Lynch.
Also speaking at the 10 a.m. service at Faith Alliance Church on Sunday, April 25 is Seegert. He is an author and international speaker and director of “The Starting Point Project. Seegert holds degrees in Physics and Engineering Technology. He has been lecturing on the authority of Scripture and science for 35 years.