Girl’s Night Out Here We Come!!!

Did you ever wish you had experienced the 1950’s?  (Penny loafers, rolled jeans, poodle skirts, Elvis, leather jackets?) 

 Have you been hoping for an event you can invite your “pre-Christian” friends to which will be fun?

 Well, here is your chance!

 June 25 is a date set aside for a “Girl’s Night Out.”  I don’t know about you, but every now and then, I am ready for some girl time.

 I wanted to “put a bug in your ear” so to speak, that this is a great opportunity to invite some sphere of your influence (be it your small group, friends, family or co-workers) to a fun night out for women.  This is a great opportunity to invite seekers as it is really a fun event.  I promise it will not be threatening and we won’t try to manipulate your friends to get saved or give a guilt trip to anyone about coming to church.  We want seekers to see that Christians can be really fun too!

 Please pray about either…

… inviting some of your friends from church to sit together (and then invite some more women to join you that night at your table),

…or ask some friends who don’t attend church to join you for a fun evening.

 Ask God it do exceedingly beyond what you can think with your invitations.

 It is my heart for this event to bridge the age gap and Girl’s Night Out is aimed from 6th grade up to ……….well, the oldest women we can get to attend.  : )  My Grandmother is 101, but she lives in Missouri.  I wish she could come, but we advertised the event from 6th grade to 100.  ; )

 It is also inexpensive!  Where else can you go for $3 in advance or $5 at the door for snacks and entertainment?  (No where I know of)  So, come and enjoy.  Get ready for some fun.

 For those of you who are really party animals, you can go out again with your friends after the event and stay out as late as you want.  (Or as late as your baby sitter will allow you)

 If you have questions, please ask.  Hope to see you there!



Author: Thora Anderson

Pastor, wife, daughter, sister, friend, Recovering worrier, Thinker, Mother of two teenagers. I've been in ministry for over 30 years and count that as huge success.

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