March 3rd, 2011 at 11:23 am
The theme of this year’s rally is “TRANSFORMED – RELATIONSHIPS“, based on Romans 12:2, and all of the breakout sessions and general sessions will be focused on how God can transform our relationships.
New for this year, a greatly reduced registration fee! Only $20 at the door, and the registration fee includes a Chic-fil-A lunch!
- Comedy Team – Frost & Laster
- Band – Justin Cofield Band
- Keynote Speaker - Keith Lowry “Who’s Driving You Out of Your Mind? – The Power of Transformed Relationships”
Breakout sessions include:
- Developing healthy relationships
- His brain/ her brain (Mark Gungor video)
- Developing a healthy relationship with God
- Healing past relationships
- Improving relationships with my children
- Improving my relationship with my ex
- Practical tools to improve your Conflict/Confrontation Skills
Plan to join us and bring your whole group!
- April 9, 2011
- 9am – 4:15pm
- Visit www.texasbaptists.org/singleadults for more information or to register now.
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