Friday, May 1, 2009

TWO More Great Things To Do this Weekend

Rock the Chains Battle of the Bands Benefit Concert is tonight, Friday, May 1 at 7pm at Brentwood United Methodist Church. A group of teens from local area high schools have banned together to make this benefit an awareness tool on modern day slavery. These socially active kids consider themselves abolitionists, fighters of slavery. Come learn more about this plague on modern day society. Seven high school bands will be competing for the grand prize of playing at Rockettown. Admission is $10 and very cool tshirts are available for $10. This event will be thoroughly chaperoned, and no attendees will be allowed out of the building. The event ends at 10 p.m. and prompt pickup of teens would be appreciated. Can you read the logo on the right? It says I'm an Abolitionist. Student design too!

Another great event this Saturday could help some of us get back on track after the crazy year. Debbie Smith provides life coaching and spiritual direction for individuals who are seeking guidance related to career, relationships, and spiritual growth and development. Debbie spent 15 years in various financial and business leadership positions prior to starting her practice here in Nashville. Money, Margin & the Meaning of Life is a seminar on how faith informs our decisions about money, time and the future. Money, Margin & the Meaning of Life is a 1 ½ hour interactive workshop that provides a “real- faith-for-real-life” framework for thinking about these important aspects of our life (money, time, future). How does faith in God impact the practical realities of our lives? Does faith mean the absence of anxiety? What does it look like for faith to inform decisions about money, time and our future?Join Debbie for a lively and inspiring morning of connection and conversation on Saturday, May 2, 9:00-10:30 at David-Kidd Booksellers in the Bronte Bistro CafĂ© Conference Room. Email Debbie at to make a reservation. (Space is limited to the first 40 who register) Cost is $10 per person (payable in cash at workshop sign-in).

Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration,a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling and is also a Hudson Institute Certified Professional Coach. Debbie is a member of St. Bartholomew's Church.
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