The Thinking Behind “Hinged” Turning the Tables on Karen Hodge
Are you a hinge? Today, we turn the tables on Karen Hodge so that she can explain the thinking behind the 2020 Hinged Regional Conferences.
About the Speaker:
Karen serves as the Coordinator for CDM Women’s Ministry, where she seeks to connect women and churches to one another and to sound resources. She is also having the time of her life serving alongside her husband Chris, as they plant King’s Cross Church in Fort Mill, SC. Chris and Karen have two children Anna Grace Botka and Haddon Hodge that round out “Team Hodge”. It is from the perspective of a wife, mother, leader and fellow pilgrim that she hopes to offer insights from God’s Word concerning how she and they can most effectively learn to enjoy and extend God’s glory.
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