Monday, January 8, 2018

Learn About Anxiety from a Godly Perspective


On Saturday, February 3, 2018, psychologist Shirley McFadden will share a message of hope titled “Anxiety from a Godly Perspective” at Honeyville Baptist Church, 13210 Fuller Road, Adams Center, NY.

“In spite of the fact that anxiety is now the most common mental health affliction in the US, our Lord has given us the tools to disentangle ourselves from the shackles of anxiety,”
 she said.

McFadden shared this program in 2016
 at Georgia Plains Baptist Church in Vermont.

McFadden earned degrees in
 philosophy, special education and psychology at Denison University, the University of Northern Colorado, and SUNY Oswego.  She served 22 years as a school psychologist for South Jefferson schools. She retired in 2013 to continue her private counseling practice and has recently begun working with a trained therapy dog named Traber

The February 3 program is free and presented by Live More Ministries, a Christian outreach program for women offered quarterly at churches throughout the Jefferson County area. The Honeyville Baptist churchwomen will offer a complimentary breakfast from 9 am to 9:45 am; the program runs 10 am to 12 pm. For more information about Live More Ministries for women, contact Chris at 315-767-2058 or email
 sallyj@twcny.rr.com

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Misery, Miracles and Mercy: Wonder in the Waiting


On Saturday, November 18, 2017, Terri Ward will be the featured speaker at an Advent theme event hosted by the Life Church of the Nazarene, 535 Thompson Boulevard, Watertown, NY. This is a free Live More Ministries quarterly program for women.

Ward’s Misery, Miracles and Mercy: Wonder in the Waiting testimony with Power Point accompaniment, teen youth reading and music presentations, inspirational gift door prizes from Ward and Live More Ministries, themed décor, and an Advent-themed complimentary breakfast planned by Life Church of the Nazarene Hospitality Director Mae Solon are part of this special event program. The breakfast starts at 9 am, program runs 10 am to 12 pm.

“This will be the first time I have shared my full testimony of the physical and emotional miracles that led me to my walk with Christ at age 28. I hope to show that no matter what your circumstances or who you are, beauty can come from ashes,” said Ward.

Ward serves as worship leader with a music outreach for teens and office manager at the Life Church of the Nazarene.

The November 18 program is free and presented by Live More Ministries, a Christian outreach program for women offered quarterly at churches throughout the Jefferson County area. A book sale at each event supports the ministry. For more information about Live More Ministries for women, contact Chris at 315-767-2058, sallyj@twcny.rr.com



Tuesday, August 29, 2017

“Jesus Is Your Savior, But Is He Your Lord?”


On Saturday, September 16, 2017, Northern New York native Janet Jerome Durham will pose the question Jesus Is Your Savior, But Is He Your Lord in a presentation at 10 am at the Adams Center Baptist Church, 13394 Route 11, Adams Center, NY. This is a free Live More Ministries quarterly program for women.

“I have posed the question of Jesus Is Your Savior, But Is He Your Lord and received a wide variety of answers over the years. The September 16 program will present an opportunity for self-examination, a time to reason together what it means to allow Jesus to set up His Kingdom in our lives and the impact, as Christian, we have in our world,” Janet said in an interview from her home in western New York. 

Janet and her late husband Jeff pastored churches from Calcium in northern NY to Niagara County for 35 years. Janet often travels to churches to encourage people to grow in their Christian walk. 

The September 16 program is free and presented by Live More Ministries, a Christian outreach program for women offered quarterly at churches throughout the Jefferson County area. The Adams Center Baptist Church Women will offer a complimentary breakfast from 9am to 9:45 am.

Janet Durham

Monday, January 30, 2017

The Nail, The Cloth, The Flower


What can we learn from mundane work like folding laundry?  

On Saturday, March 11, 2017, Deborah Edmonds will answer that question when she presents “The Nail, The Cloth, The Flower” at Adams United Methodist Church, 36 East Church Street, Adams, NY, as the spring program of Live More Ministries. The church women will serve a complimentary breakfast from 9 am to 9:45 am. The 10 am to 12 pm program includes Scripture, song, stories, and interaction.  

Edmonds has ministered to women in New York and Vermont as a Bible teacher, study leader, speaker and performer of Christian dramady as a part of the Betty and Letty T. Bag Lady team.  

Edmonds notes, “The March 11 program is designed to help those attending discover the depth of sorrow and joy that the Lenten season holds and to spur everyone on toward relief, revelation, healing, hope and peace, even when we are doing ordinary tasks.” 

Live More Ministries offers free quarterly programs open to all women at various host sites in Jefferson County. Book and gift table sales support the regional outreach ministry. For more information, call Chris at 315-767-2058, or email sallyj@twcny.rr.com

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

“Brave Women and Christianity in the Twenty-First Century”


Reverend Daniel Lincoln will share his journey from a youth in war-torn Liberia to becoming a pastor in the United Methodist Church in America as the Live More Ministries program speaker on October 22, 2016 at Lorraine United Methodist Church, 20560 County Route 189.
 
Reverend Lincoln was born in Barboke, a small jungle village in Liberia on the west coast of Africa. His father had worshipped and sacrificed to idols prior to his conversion to Christianity shortly before Daniel was born.  

Reverend Lincoln’s message titled “Brave Women and Christianity in the Twenty-First Century” will include a special message about the important role women can have in helping a hurting world.

“Scripture tells us about the bravery of women and I believe their bravery can bring about great changes in our society that is so different than even 30 years ago,” Reverend Lincoln said.

Reverend Lincoln will complete his second year as pastor of the United Methodist Church congregations in the upstate New York villages of Lorraine and Mannsville in December. He is the first male speaker to offer a message at one of the Live More Ministries quarterly programs for women.

The Lorraine Methodist Church Women will offer a complimentary breakfast from 9 am to 9:45 am prior to the program from 10 am to 12 pm on Saturday, October 22. The program is free to attend; all are welcome. Book and gift table sales support the regional outreach ministry.
 
For more information about Live More Ministries, contact Chris at 315.767.2058, Sally at sallyj@twcny.rr.com

Thursday, June 23, 2016

“Three Seasons of Sewing: From Solace to Salvation"

On Saturday July 30, 2016, former North Country native Jacqueline Regner King will speak on her “Three Seasons of Sewing: From Solace to Salvation.”  Her presentation from 10 am to 12 pm at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 40 East Church Street, Adams, is presented by Live More Ministries offering quarterly programs for women.
 
Regner King will share her personal journey from a fear-filled, selfish child to a faith-filled woman of God focused on the welfare of others. The three stages of her journey are marked by solace, security and service. Her program will include time for questions and answers.
 
Through Jacqueline King Designs in Janesville, Wisconsin, Jackie creates original handbags, totes, gift bags and carryalls to generate revenue to support a variety of charities.

Regner King will be in the Adams area for the 40th reunion of her 1976 class of South Jefferson Central School.
 
The Emmanuel Episcopal Church Women will offer a complimentary breakfast from 9 am to 9:45 am at the church prior to Regner King’s program.

For more information about Live More Ministries, contact Chris at 315.767.2058, Sally at sallyj@twcny.rr.com