Women's Ministry Workshop: Domestic Violence: What Is It? What Does It Look Like? - May 20th, 2017
March 21, 2017
The Center for Women's Ministry announces the upcoming workshop:
Women’s Workshop: Domestic Violence: What is It? What Does It Look Like?
When:Saturday, May 20th, 2017, 10am – Noon
Where: North Portland Bible College
Cost: $25 per person
Facilitator:Esther Williams of Abuse Recovery Ministry Services (ARMS) & New Song Community Church.
Registration: RSVP by May 11th at the bottom of this page!
O Lord my God, I cried to you for help,
and you have healed me.
Psalm 30:2 ESV
This workshop is designed to identify and expose what domestic violence really is. When we gain knowledge we are able to help our community and provide resources to stop the cycle of abuse. This workshop is to bring the darkness of abuse into the light.
Currently, Esther Williams is a mortgage underwriter for Bank of America but that's not where her passion lies. She has a heart for women and wants see women set free from the bondage and oppression of domestic violence. Esther Williams once was a victim of abuse herself, but her story doesn't end there. She is now facilitating classes through Abuse Recovery Services Recovery (ARMS) to see other women get free from the cycle of abuse. She allows God to use her and turn a mess into a message of freedom and hope that only God can bring.