Did you know that this year at the Esther Generation Weekend we'll be running a brand new stream for 18-25 year olds?, writes Zoe Davis, one of the stream leaders.
The themes for this stream are integrity, faith and influence and Charlotte Hendy and I are excited to explore these with the group over the course of the weekend. We'll be thinking about life and faith and how to apply these values as a young adult in today’s world.
The group will also have the opportunity to take part in fun activities, worship sessions and use chill-out spaces. Our hope is that every woman that joins us for the weekend will have time to relax, make new friends or catch up with old ones, and go away with a new understanding of what integrity, faith and influence might mean in the context of their own lives.
I myself have fond memories of the Esther Generation Weekend and I'm still in touch with many of the friends that I made there, and I'm so excited that we now have a stream where young women can experience all of that, even if they're not taking part in the Queen’s Award or have already done so!
Booking for the integrity, faith and influence stream closes on the 30 November 2017 so if any of the above sounds like something you would enjoy please get in touch! Check out this article for a booking form.
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