Author Reception: Meet Authors & Artists who celebrate love, light & LIFE!
STEP INTO THE RIVER: Thursday, November 2, 2017 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm !
Woodmont Bible Church 3440 Stokesmont Road, Nashville, TN 37215
RSVP to Lucy@TheSimplicityProject.org
Come and enjoy an evening of live music & art surrounded by select acrylic paintings from the Jack Weil Collection.
Feel as if you are walking through the New Jerusalem!
Introducucing one of the twelve honored guests for the evening. . . . .
Connie Smith grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Marketing and has spent most of her career in Nashville in the healthcare and publishing industries. After a particularly difficult, searching time in her life, she came to a life-changing illumination about God and His endless, faithful love. Through the process of learning to let go of her failures and her striving to gain God’s approval, this revelation unfolded in an undeniable way—through random hearts in nature. She began seeing them everywhere—in a rain puddle, in the cement sidewalk, in the bark of a towering tree trunk, in a strip of chipped road paint, or even in a piece of trash on the side of the road. The more hearts she encountered, the more significant they became in her life— a confirmation of God’s presence and His unconditional, relentless love. This deluge of love was so powerful and brought such life to the desolate places of her soul, that she knew it was not just for her. It was meant to be shared with the world.
For the LORD dwells in Zion.
November 2, 2017 is the 100th Anniversary of the Balfour Declaration
What is the Balfour Declaration? A letter issued by the British government favoring the establishment of a national home for the Jewish People began the process of fulfilling Bible prophecy concerning Israel in these last days.
Sponsored by Friends of The Simplicity Project
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TAZIKIS, Something Special, Miss Daisy King, The Picnic and Panera Bread Company
Step into the River
By Jack Weil