There are some messages that need to be repeated because the noise of the world can muffle the words that we desperately need to hear…we are loved and designed with a purpose.
Who better to present this passionate message than BLUSH’S first event speaker, Ashley Hicks.
His latest book, It’s Not What You Think, was just released in October.
The night included words and wisdom with Jefferson Bethke, snacks, and a time of worship lead by Steven Sherwood, Jr.
Parenting has always had its challenges, but this age of the “information highway” has added a new voice of influence into the lives of our young people.
On the evening of Thursday, November 10, Megan Fate Marshman brought her insights and wisdom, as well as offered a Q & A time, to encourage and equip parents with tools for their parenting journey.
On March 15, 2015 hundreds of girls and women turned out to Celebrate! Speaker Katie Wolfe unpacked the traits of a Godly girl and explained how God changes each of us so we can change our own world.
Katie also tapped into the idea of how each girl and woman is able to impact her own life as well as the lives of the other girls and women around their community through mentoring others.
Over the past five years, we’ve watched God do incredible things in the hearts and lives of students and adults in Kokomo through BLUSH events.Friday, November 11, was the evening coed students in grades 7 to 12 enjoyed an energetic challenge from Megan Fate Marshman about who we really are — to ourselves, to others, and to God.Oakbrook Church was the venue for this national youth speaker and student minister who reminded us all that we are loved, accepted and enough.We don’t need to settle for a Fake ID, because the real person God created to love and fulfill His unique purpose is awesome!A first for BLUSH, our Parent Night Forum was a huge encouragement to the grown ups who want to be their best in raising today’s children and teens.