|OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH IN TORONTO, ONTARIO
SEPTEMBER 27-29, 2018
Please note: The cost for this Workshop is listed in $USD.
|The Charles Simeon Trust aims to help recover the centrality of expository teaching of the Word of God, for the health and benefit of the church in our own and future generations. Training women to teach the Bible to other women is vital for building up the church and equipping its members to live out the truths of the gospel. This Workshop on Biblical Exposition is designed for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly. It is open to women who lead in regular teaching ministries including large group instructors, small group teachers, and women’s and children’s ministry leaders appointed by their churches.
|Colleen McFadden joined the Charles Simeon Trust in 2007 and currently serves as the Director of Women's Workshops. Prior to working with the Trust, she was in the corporate world, most recently as a Business Development Manager at a major insurance corporation. Colleen earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Illinois and an MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Colleen teaches and trains women in her local congregation, Seven Mile Road Church, and serves on the board of Matthias Media Ministries.
|Cindy Cochrum served as the Director of the Women’s Bible Study at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, where she taught women and trained leaders from 2002-2017. She has written studies in Mark (Meeting the King), coauthored studies in Ruth and Esther (God’s Woman in God’s Place in God’s Time), and served as a contributor to Word-Filled Women’s Ministry. Cindy and her husband, Kent, are members of Spring Valley Presbyterian Church in Roselle, Illinois, where Cindy continues to enjoy studying God’s Word with women.
|Karen Grant is a Bible teacher at Parish Presbyterian Church in Franklin, Tennessee, where her husband, George, is the pastor. She studied at the University of Houston and Covenant Theological Seminary. Karen and George founded Franklin Classical School in Franklin, where Karen continues to serve on the board of trustees. She has also served on the multicultural church planting and mercy committee for the PCA. Karen's work in women’s ministries has often centered on creating connections between women’s and mercy ministries. She has co-authored books on gardening, reading, cooking, and travel.