On Saturday, February 2, at the Adams United Methodist Church, 36 East Church Street, Mona Fargo will present “The Least and The Lost: A Plan and A Place for All.” Mona will share how she overcame dealing with “women don’t do that” and “you’re just a woman” attitudes and the personal doubt of “what if I can’t” to inspire other women to discover that they can follow the dreams of their hearts.
“I have a heart for encouraging and empowering women to grow beyond their hardships and suffering,” says Mona, who serves as pastor of the Adams and Sulphur Springs Methodist churches.
Pastor Mona will offer tips on how women who feel lost can learn to let God shine new light on them every day. She will share how her personal experiences that include being burned out of everything not once, but twice; ending a troubled marriage; and returning to school as an adult helped prepare her to respond to a divine calling to help others.
The free 10am-12noon program is presented by Live More Ministries, a Christian women’s outreach program that offers quarterly programs for all women. A free 9-9:45am breakfast will be offered by the Adams Methodist Church Women.