DayBreak logo_2014

GIVE YOURSELF A THURSDAY MORNING OUT
Build Faith & Friendship

DayBreak is a weekly gathering open to all women in various ages and stages of life and spiritual journey–from young moms to grandmas and everyone in between.  It’s a  great place to meet women and grow in faith and friendship, with a variety of topics and classes to choose from.

Join us at DayBreak

  • Thursdays 9:15-11:30 a.m.
  • September 20 (Registration) – November 29 (Christmas Market)
  • Coffee & tea with friends
  • Great child care
  • Registration fee: $20/term plus cost of book, if applicable

FALL 2018 REGISTRATION:   September 20, 9:15 a.m. in RUNDLE HALL.  Childcare is provided.

Each class will be introduced by its leaders at Registration, so be sure to come with a listening ear and an open heart.

Registration: $20.00 plus cost of book, if applicable  Download the 2018-19 DayBreak Class Registration Form here if you would like to print and complete it before you come to register.

Child care: One child: $50; 2nd child $25; 3rd or more children $15 each.  Moms are expected to volunteer one day in child care during the term.  $20 credit for an additional volunteer day; $70 non-volunteer fee if you choose not to volunteer.  Download the DAyBreak Childcare Info for Moms 2018-19 to learn about our childcare policies, and the 2018-19 Childcare Registration form if you would like to print and complete it before registration day.

If fees create a hardship, financial help is available or moms may pay fees in installments, if necessary.  Contact Pastor Carla for more information.  

If you don’t bring children and would like to help us cover the cost of a mom who finds it hard to manage childcare fees, there is a place on the Class Registration Form for you to do that; what a blessing that would be!

 

CLASSES OFFERED THIS TERM:

Friends in English (ESL)

An ESL class for women of all English levels.  This year we will be looking at “Famous Women around the World,” with classes that explore the achievements of contemporary and historical women from many different nations.  This class provides an opportunity to practice English speaking, listening, and reading skills in small groups.  Please join us for this interesting and fun class.

Facilitators: Alison Dixon and Peggy Epp

 

Boundaries with Kids  (Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend)

Healthy choices grow healthy children.  Here is the help you need for raising your kids to take responsibility for their actions, attitudes, and emotions.  This class takes you through the ins and outs of instilling the kind of character in your children that will help them lead balanced, productive, and fulfilling adult lives.  Learn how to set limits and still be a loving parent, bring control to an out-of-control family life, apply the ten laws of boundaries to parenting, define appropriate boundaries and consequences for your kids…and much more.

Facilitators:  Jamie Storsley and Jackie Wu

 

The Sermon on the Mount  (Jen Wilkin)  (study book with DVD)

Imagine you’re an original hearer of the Sermon on the Mount; sitting on the mountainside listening to Jesus’ cohesive message articulating what the life of a disciple would look like. That same message—both practical and profound—is still posed to us today; ready to challenge us to think differently about how a disciple thinks, speaks and acts.  Are you ready to learn at the feet of Jesus?

Facilitator: Daryl Ginter and Pastor Carla Olsen Draper

 

Jonah:  Navigating a Life Interrupted (Priscilla Shirer)

What do we do when God interrupts our lives?  Many times, like Jonah, we run!  Priscilla Shirer redefines interruption and shows that interruption is actually God’s invitation to do something beyond our wildest dreams.  You can’t escape life’s interruptions, but you can change your perspective on them.

Facilitators:  Heather Malkinson and Jenn Stelmaschuk

 

The Broken Way (Ann Voskamp)

The Broken Way, a daring path into the abundant life.  We all face difficulties in this life—brokenness, in fact.  What do we do with that brokenness?  How do we find our way forward to navigate our broken world?  There is a way.  A way that calls us forward to more–more time, more meaning, more authentic relationships, more abundance, more God.  Dare to take The Broken Way.

Facilitators:  Debbie Pibrovec and Nikki Stuart

 

Soul Care (Rob Reimer)

This class explores seven principles that are profound healing tools, offering a journey of self-reflection, Holy Spirit inspiration, true community and discovering God as He pierces through the layers of your heart.  The full benefit of the class (= transformation!) will require consistent engagement; more details to come at Registration!

Facilitators:  Cyndy Ingram and Mandy Trask

 

Daybreak Team:  Sharon Anderson, Donna Coutts, Terri Elliott, Carla Ewing, Anita van de Poll, Pastor Carla Olsen Draper

Questions??  Contact Sharon Anderson at daybreak@foothillswomen.ca or Pastor Carla at carla@foothillsalliance.com