EMPOWERING CHRISTIAN WOMEN: Day #2 of Invisible Illness Week ~ Relationships, Friendships, Kids, Parents, Marriage Blogger Widgets

Day #2 of Invisible Illness Week ~ Relationships, Friendships, Kids, Parents, Marriage

Tuesday, September 14, 2010


Relationships are one of the
BIGGEST struggles we run into
when trying to do our best to cope
with daily chronic pain.



September 14th, 2010

1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern

http://invisibleillnessconference.com


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Today's Agenda

Allison Bottke

Allison Bottke is the woman behind God Allows U-Turns and now Setting Boundaries. Do you have an adult child who is breaking your heart? An aging parent taking up your whole life? A problem with food? Allison’s resources can help you discover SANITY and take back your life. Between books and support groups around the country, Allison is one who has “been there” and knows it’s hard to set boundaries, but necessary for your own sanity! Twitter @AllisonBottke
Pam Farrel

Pam Farrel is a relationship specialist, international speaker, and author of over 30 books including best-selling Men are like Waffles, Women are like Spaghetti which she wrote with her husband, Bill. Bill and Pam are frequent guests on radio and television including Focus on the Family, where their interviews with Dr. Dobson were ranked Top 10. She is the founder and President of Seasoned Sisters, a ministry to women 40-65. Twitter: @PamFarrel

Cheryl Ricker

Cheryl Ricker is the author of the new book, Friend in the Storm, which is a collection of poems she wrote to a friend who was coping with cancer. She shares about her childhood, “I thought everybody was staring at me through big critical eyes. My self-consciousness affected my confidence which affected my relationships. Insecurity was my gift that kept on giving. So what did I do? I wrote poetry to process the pain of childhood rejection. It was as if some part of my restless brain knew the power of poetry to reach the broken places.” Twitter: @CherylRicker


September 14th, 2010

1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern






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