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MARCH
2-4
2017

2016 BASS Workshops

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  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    Grief, Mourning and Beginning Again

    March 5, 2016 - 8:00 AM Room: N13

    Gerald Mann

    Gerald Mann

    Life, and hence relationships, are constantly change on us, grief comes in the process. We feel as thought death has robbed us of our loved one, our best friend, or the break up was so bad that dealing with the rejection is too hard. How do I cope with the things that have happened? Where was God in the process? This workshop will help us heal and to start over after divorce, break-ups, the death of a loved one or spouse. It will also help us understand our loving Father in the process.

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    What Does God the Father Expect From Me as a Single African American Woman?

    March 5, 2016 - 12:45 PM Room: N13

    Gerald Mann

    Gerald Mann

    Dating after high school and college can be very difficult. By now you are educated, have a career and a strong sense of self-worth. How then do I continue to flourish in ministry and my career as God’s daughter and remove whatever barriers, be they cultural, societal, or mindsets, there may be and still attract the Godly man He wants me to have. There will be plenty of dialogue as personal experiences are shared and discussed

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    Success Nehemiah's Way

    March 5, 2016 - 12:45 PM Room: N9

    Jomer De Leon

    Jomer De Leon

    Singles often equate success with marriage. We all want to be to be successful either at work, at church and at home. Let’s us learn how to build success, momentum, stay grounded & focus,motivate others, for they are key ingredients of success,from the book of Nehemiah.

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    Loneliness and the Single Christian

    March 5, 2016 - 2:15 PM Room: N13

    David C. Smith

    David C. Smith

    Loneliness afflicts us all, but some singles suffer more and may make unwise choices in their pain. This workshop is for all, whether you suffer sometimes or all the time, as well as for those who want to help their single brothers and sisters. With Scriptural advice, encouragement and truth, this workshop will give hope to those who struggle. Other practical advice will be offered as well.

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    The Nature of Singleness

    March 5, 2016 - 3:45 PM Room: N9

    Larry Jay

    Larry Jay

    With an emphasis on marriage and family within the church today, the value of singleness among God's people is often lost. Those who are not yet married or those who were formerly married can be made to feel like second-class citizens in the kingdom of God. This is not the case. The Christian life is not about finding “our better half” but encountering the One who completes us. The tradition of the Christian mystics teaches us this. This workshop will explore the spiritual significance of singleness by embracing meditation of creation as a way to find wholeness with the Creator. Like St. Francis of Assisi, time in nature reminds us that we are never alone, but connected with all that God has made. The nature of singleness is wholeness found in meditation of creation.

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    Others-focused vs. Self-focused

    March 5, 2016 - 3:45 PM Room: D5

    Karen Habegger

    Karen Habegger

    We live in a culture that promotes self-focus. How do we live out Hebrews 10:24, focusing on others, yet balancing that with self-care? As Christians, sometimes we can give so much that it overwhelms us. We'll explore what it means to be others-focused and also keep healthy boundaries so that we preserve our strength to continue living out the Christian life.

     

  • Track: Singles & Single Parents

    Healing from a Broken Relationship

    March 5, 2016 - 3:45 PM Room: N13

    David C. Smith

    David C. Smith

    It may have been a long-time dating relationship, a close friendship, or even a family division. Whatever the nature of the broken relationship, you may still be hurt, angry, or depressed. Maybe you would like to learn how to help someone who is hurting in this way. Come for Scriptural answers, other practical advice, and hope for the future. You can live, love, and trust again!