Wednesday, July 11, 2018

                     Reflections from the Home Team, July 11, 2018                                             


Greetings from Cedar Falls!

I’m excited to share that I have been asked to speak/teach at this year’s Cedar Falls Bible Conference on Saturday, August 4, from 2:00-4:00 pm where I plan to do an interactive session on the importance of positivity and encouragement which I have been so fortunate to experience throughout my cancer journey. For me, it’s a return to teaching… something that I have treasured my entire life. I would like to invite you to be a part of my session on Saturday, August 4th. The Bible Conference is located at Riverview Park, 439 N. Division Street, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 50613.  The Conference runs from July 28 through August 5th. It’s a wonderful conference and offers the opportunity for a great family experience.

My topics of teaching on Saturday, August 4th will include:
· How stories and a loving presence (both human and divine) can impact our lives...
· Attitude, anxiety, trust, and controlling the controllable…
· Be where your feet are…
· Be ready because you may be the difference in someone’s life at any moment of the day!
Each topic will include an encouraging attitude, a step to consider as well as a spiritual insight.

You can find out more about the Cedar Falls Bible Conference at the link below.

Feel free to share and hope to see you there!

Thanks!  Dave

Are you or someone you know fighting cancer... struggling with the physical, emotional and spiritual issues that accompany a cancer journey or other serious health issue? Making ourselves available to others can open up the doors of opportunity for deeper relationships, healing, and transformation. For many, time is one of the most valuable commodities in today's fast-paced world. Sharing time with others is a wonderful gift. It says, "Here I am. . . for you. To listen, to care, to serve." The power of presence should never be underestimated!  

Be an encourager in someone else’s life!

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