(Cushing, Okla) — Women throughout the Cimarron Valley are invited to a morning of fellowship, worship and encouragement at Cushing Christian Church, 302 S. Linwood, Saturday, August 13, 2022, 9 am – noon. Come a little early to get your day started with complimentary refreshments. Linger longer to visit with friends and the speakers. There will be an abundance of coffee, tea, water and refreshments available.
It’s been three years since the last Ladies Day was held and Cushing Christian Church is excited to be able host this event again. It is free, but be sure to get your tickets – either from one of the ladies from the Cushing Christian Church family or by calling 918-691-8605 or 918-225-5638. Tickets will also be available at the door. Tickets make you eligible for the door prizes, plus it will put you on the mailing list for information about the next Ladies Day.
Child care available.
Ladies Day Theme:
This year’s theme is “Fill My Cup, Lord” (or maybe a bucket?). “Thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.” Psalms 23:5-6. Come and have your cup (or bucket) filled with inspiration, encouragement and hope.
S.J. Palmer recently released her book, “Saving Hope.” She grew up in southern Oklahoma with her dad, mom, and five siblings. after being homeschooled, she attended OSU to sharpen her writing skills. An avid reader since childhood, S.J. matured and realized that there were few fictional books written with conservative Christian values. This began her author journey. When S.J. is not at her day job, she continues to work on future books and loves spending time with the kids at her local church.
Dani Joslin-Johnson is co-founder and director at “refresh Ministry.” While the ministry is based in OKC, they have a nation-wide impact specializing in being a source of encouragement to all people, and especially to Pastors and their spouses. Dani is a native of Englewood, Kansas and attended Midwest Christian College in Oklahoma City. She has a unique story about how she became involved in this ministry of encouragement.
“The Family Band” will be leading worship at Ladies Day. They are a very talented group singing a wide variety of Christian music styles such as Country Gospel, Southern Gospel, Contemporary Praise and Worship, as well as your favorite traditional hymns. The Family Band members include Sally Wright on vocals and keyboard, Billy Preston on bass and vocals, Ronnie Preston on drums, Brad Hawkins on fiddle and vocalists Julie Hawkins, Kara Huckabay and Erica Hall.