Lisa Harper is a gifted communicator. She was the director of Focus on the Family’s national women’s ministry for six years followed by six years as the women’s director at a large church in Nashville. She has completed a Masters of Theological Studies from Covenant Seminary in St. Louis. She is now featured on the Women of Faith tour and has been on numerous syndicated radio television programs. She’s written ten books. The most noticeable trait about Lisa is her authenticity. When recently asked about her accomplishments she responded with a grin saying, “I’m definitely grateful for the opportunities God’s given me: but don’t forget, He often uses donkeys and rocks!”

Busyness Is So Not a Spiritual Gift

If you’re one of those coffee-all-day kind of peeps who’d seriously consider an IV espresso drip if it meant you could cram a couple more things on your to-do list then this session is for you! We’ll look at the soul-gratifying concept of rest in both the Old and New Testaments and explore realistic ways to “come apart” before we go totally bonkers from busyness and actually Come. Apart!

The Unlikely Catalyst of Unbelief