Vegetarian Supper Club meets Monday
The first Vegetarian Supper Club meeting for 2019 will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
The meeting will "offer life-changing natural remedies and solutions that have proved to heal," a news release said. The featured presenter for the evening will be Linda Higgins, a "natural healing and wellness advocate who has lived and traveled all over the world."
Higgins has "extensive knowledge from her experience working in several healing and lifestyle centers from Black Hills, S.D., to Weimar Institute in California. During her time managing and ordering for a large health food store, she was able to educate clients, work with city boards, teach vegan cooking schools, and run her own company."
Higgins "shares her passion for an organic, whole plant-based diet, with a chemical-free lifestyle. One of her many hobbies is 'wild food foraging' and survival living," the release said. A personal one-on-one appointment may be scheduled with Higgins, as well.
"Supper Club attendees enjoy good food and fellowship with others who are interested in health and healing," the release said. Attendees should bring a vegetarian dish with the recipe, and a self-addressed envelope to receive the recipe collection for the evening. Supper Club meetings are held on the second Monday evening each month in the fellowship hall of Hot Springs Adventist Church, 401 Weston Road. There is no admission charge, and everyone is welcome.
Reservations due today for HSV Morning Connection
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Registration is due by noon today for the next Stonecroft Hot Springs Village Morning Connection, which will feature an inspirational message by author Karen Jordan, "Promises for the New Year," an informative feature with Hot Springs Village resident Bay Smith presenting MaryKay products, brunch, and fellowship with other women.
The event is set for 9:30-11 a.m. Wednesday at Diamante Country Club in Hot Springs Village. Reservations and cancellations for the event are required by noon today by calling Anna Dunnam at 501-204-4453 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All reservations must be honored.
Jordan addresses topics about faith and family and is an author, speaker, writing instructor and blogger. Her first book, "Words That Change Everything," was released in 2016 along with her eBook, RESTNotes. Jordan and her husband, Dan, live in Hot Springs Village near their two children and their families, including seven grandchildren.
Jordan "loves to encourage others to tell the stories that matter most and search for biblical answers to their everyday stresses and concerns," a news release said.
In "Words That Change Everything," she offers personal stories with biblical applications to help everyday women understand the purpose of their God-given emotions and identify biblical prayer strategies to help them confront their worries, it said.
A blogger since 2008, Jordan contributes regularly to her personal blog, "Finding Your Safe Place," at http://www.karenjordan.net. She has also provided articles for numerous book compilations and contributed to several online and printed publications.
As a writing coach and former adjunct writing instructor at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, Jordan holds an MA in Professional and Technical Writing from UALR. She also studied Religious Education at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth. Jordan has also led writing workshops at writers' conferences, writing groups, community clubs, and faith-based organizations.
She has served as a keynote speaker for faith-based groups, taught workshops for women's conferences, and led women's retreats. Jordan also leads a Tuesday morning Bible study for women at Crossgate Church.
Society on 01/12/2019
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