Trivium Pursuit

One Free Ticket to 2011 Family Reformation Ladies Tea on July 23 in Metamora, Illinois

Join us for the 2011 Family Reformation Ladies Tea! The theme of this year’s tea is Idols of the Heart: Learning to Worship God Alone.

Be refreshed and renewed with inspirational teaching, testimonies, music, and fellowship, as well as a delicious, gourmet style lunch! Be inspired and encouraged as…

* Becky Morecraft (wife of pastor and speaker, Dr. Joe Morecraft, mother, and grandmother)
* Hope Ware (former radio personality, now full-time wife, and mother)
* Tiffany Hector (homeschooling grad, wife, and new mother)
* Stacy McDonald (wife, mother, and part-time author and speaker)

…help us to identify and weed out hidden idols in our hearts.

Check out photos from last year’s tea HERE.

Not just good food, but an entire day of rich Christian fellowship interspersed with inspirational messages & elegant entertainment for everyone!

Location: The elegant Snyder Village ballroom – 1200 E. Partridge – Metamora, IL 61548

Date and Time: July 23, 2011 – 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

Cost: $25.00 per person (or $70.00 per family) – Includes a delightful gourmet lunch and amazing dessert table

Scholarships may be available to those in need.

Registration:
You can register online HERE!

Or, download and send in your completed registration form and check to:

Family Reformation Ministries
PO Box 19
Kingston Mines, IL 61539

Print the Official Tea Flyer HERE!

Give us a call at 309.387.2600 if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!

Note: While daughters of all ages are welcome to attend with their mothers, please note that the material presented may not be especially interesting to younger daughters.

Click here for more information.

Stacy McDonald

We have one free ticket to this Ladies Tea to give away. Leave a comment here below about why you would like to attend the Ladies Tea and we’ll pick one winner on Monday.

2 Responses to “One Free Ticket to 2011 Family Reformation Ladies Tea on July 23 in Metamora, Illinois”

  1. Katherine Says:

    I’ve had the flyer for this event in my calendar for a while. Wanted to make it to the ICHE conference to meet you Laurie, after reading the book teaching the Trivium and being inspired, but was unable to attend. (3 funerals in one week) :(

    I’d like to attend this ladies’ tea to learn from women of wisdom on how to balance my responsibilities and my selfish “wants” to do the things I really enjoy. Thank you.

  2. gail Says:

    For the past 4 years or so we have made the trip down to Morton, IL to attend the Ladies’ Tea. We remember the first one held at Providence when we all sat at long tables and there were BIG rings for the little girls. The young men waited on us, we had great fellowship and the teaching by Stacy and Mrs. Erber was edifying. We, then, saw how it progressed to having more ladies attend; beautiful tables each elegantly decorated; and wonderful fellowship as each one of us were made to feel special. We remember convicting teaching, tea and down-to-earth skits where my girls and I could practically apply what we had just learned. Each year, the lessons learned were built upon what was taught the previous year.

    The last two years, we were in a new place. More spacious; beautiful tables and decorated notebooks for gifts. New friendships were made and once again we relished in the fellowship of seeing old friends. My girls and I have fond memories of making the two hour drive down together, dressing up in feminine attire, spending the day almost until dinner fellow shipping with friends, and feasting on delicious food and desserts.

    But most of all we return home closer in our relationships with each other and filled to the brim with Jesus speaking to our hearts. ♥

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