Women’s Ministry Kickoff Event

Women's Ministry Kickoff Event - feature detailsWomen’s Ministry Kickoff Event!  Ladies, don’t miss the opportunity to hear Shawn Lantz at First Durham on Saturday, October 10, 2015!  Shawn is from Nashville, TN and is the author of the Bible Study, Living With Unmet Desires:  Exposing The Many Faces of Jealousy.  She will be speaking to us from her book on a topic we women can all relate to – Jealousy.  Please invite your friends!

COST:  $25 per person (includes snacks & lunch)
scholarships available

Registration Begins September 13

Living with Unmet Desires Final Cover Has living with unmet desires ever frustrated you?  Perhaps you have puzzled over the underlying cause of anger, bitterness or strife within your personal relationships, not recognizing jealousy’s disguised face.  In a culture which tells us we must have more to be accepted, have you ever been a victim of jealousy’s lies, either as its perpetrator or its casualty?  Please prayerfully consider joining us as Shawn Lantz opens God’s Word as we discover together the truths to living at peace with our unmet desires.


ShawnLantzShawn Lantz grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the daughter and granddaughter of missionaries. Shawn loves to tell a story to bring the the bedrock foundation of truth from God’s Word to life. Her passion is to share her love of the Scriptures with women everywhere. Shawn has written two Bible studies, Living With Unmet Desires: Exposing the Many Faces of Jealousy and Encountering the Healing Power of Forgiveness. She has also written a collection of short stories recounting the life stories that the Lord has allowed her family to be a part of in the Democratic Republic of Congo during the three-quarters of a century her family has lived in the country.

Shawn lives in Nashville, TN along with her wonderful husband, Rob, and their three children. She serves on the women’s ministry team of Forest Hills Baptist Church where she teaches and facilitates women’s Bible studies. Shawn also has the privilege of teaching Sunday school to eleventh and twelfth grade young women.

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