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Noted Speaker, Author to Visit NGU

Tigerville, SC (February 13, 2019) Noted speaker and author Jennifer Rothschild will be featured at a Women’s Ministry Luncheon on the campus of North Greenville University on Monday, February 25, 2019 at 12 p.m. The event will be held in NGU’s Hayes Ministry Center, and is open to the public. Tickets for the luncheon are $15 per person.

At the age of 15 Rothschild was diagnosed with a rare, degenerative eye disease that would eventually steal her sight. As dreams of becoming a commercial artist and cartoonist faded, she moved into a career as a writer, speaker, and musician. She has written 14 books, and is the author of several Bible Study series, including the recently released “Psalm 23: The Shepherd With Me.”

Rothschild speaks at events across the country through her “Fresh Grounded Faith” conference series, and at national and regional gatherings. She has been a featured speaker for the nation’s largest conference for women, Women of Faith, and has teamed with Beth Moore and others to lead national women’s conferences.

“We are delighted to welcome Jennifer to our campus and to have our students and friends hear from her biblically based insights as she shares with us,” said Ruth McWhite, NGU’s women’s ministry director.

Before the one-hour luncheon on Feb. 25, Rothschild will be the guest speaker at the university’s 10 a.m. chapel service in Turner Chapel. Her message at the luncheon is titled "She Can: The 4:13 Life."

To RSVP contact Kayla Morgan by calling 864-663-0163. Seating is limited. 

Photo credit: Faith Radio

       

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