|Spring JOY Breakfast 2017|
Renew your mind, refresh your faith and restore your hope at the 11th Annual JOY Breakfast on March 11th from 9:00 - 11:45 a.m. at the Bismarck Ramkota.
Our keynote speaker this year is speaker, author and coach Carey Scott. Carey helps women untangle their self-worth from the "I'm not good enough" messages that bombard us in our everyday lives. These tangled thoughts keep us striving for unattainable standards, and we're left feeling insignificant and unlovable.
But there's hope... Carey reminds women of their immeasurable value, because when a woman knows her worth, she is freed up to live with purpose and joy.
So treat yourself to a great morning out -- and bring a friend or two!
Carey Scott is an author, speaker, and life coach, honest about her walk with the Lord... stumbles, fumbles and all. Her passion is reminding women of their immeasurable worth, something the world is quick to discount. She speaks to women's groups and writes about the issues that matter most to the heart of a woman.
Carey lives in Northern Colorado with her husband and two kids where she tries to be domestic, and appreciates the grace when she's not. You can learn more by visiting her website and blog at careyscott.org, or by tracking her down at the closest Starbucks.
The JOY Breakfast is a setting for women to explore what it means to know Jesus Christ and experience Christian discipleship. Featured speakers address relevant themes, drawing on personal experiences. These engaging programs are designed to answer questions regarding life and faith and to inspire women along their spiritual journeys.
The JOY Breakfast ties into JOY's mission to help women take one step closer to Christ...and one step closer to true joy. We are an interdenominational cooperative endeavor designed to assist women in their quest for a meaningful life, a practical faith, and a vibrant relationship with God. Since 2006 we have reached out to the women in our community in six main ways: JOY Breakfasts, monthly Java JOY events, small group Bible studies, prayer gatherings, equipping workshops, and practical helps.