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“Eat what is good and your soul will delight in the richest of fare.”

ISAIAH 55:2

LATEST POSTS

on the Changing Seasons blog, Soul Food

 

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

 

Christmas is coming, friends! So, today, on Cyber Monday (one of our very favorite days of the year, we're sharing some of our best ideas and favorite things!)

First off, the deals:

A Fresh Start

 

As a young girl, I always looked forward to the first day of school with great anticipation. I'm not one for change, but a new school year meant new teachers, new classmates, new school supplies, and most importantly, new school clothes! Not to mention, each year, you returned older and wiser--each new year, you moved up one more notch on the the food chain.

Fall Reading!

 

Happy Fall, Y'all!! Ready for "pumpkin everything," crisp air, and cozying up with a good book! We know just the thing!

This fall, two of our favorite past Changing Seasons speakers, Jeannie Cunnion and Sara Hagerty each released new books that you MUST check out. Seriously, they're a must!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Save the Date!

"You Are Free: Richmond"

Rebekah Lyons

 

September 17, 2019 at 6:15 PM

September 18, 2019 at 11:15 AM

Third Church (17th) and Willow Oaks Country Club (18th)

 

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"You Are Free: Virginia Beach"

Rebekah Lyons

 

September 24, 2019 at 7:00

at :

The Princess Anne Country Club

 

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FEATURED PAST SPEAKERS

Stories of Hope & Joy

 

Michele Rigby Assad

Michele Rigby Assad

 

"Prayer got me through to survive the next day, and now I can use these ten years of experience to inspire other women to get out of their comfort zones and do the hard things."

Korie Robertson

Korie Robertson

 

"Just do the next right thing, and God will take care of the rest."

Katherine Wolf

Katherine Wolf

 

“What if we celebrated the hard stuff? Because God is with us in the hard stuff and He’s not leaving.”