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11th Annual

Heart of Worship
2014

FOREVER SINGING YOUR PRAISE

Keynote Speaker
Fr. Leo Patalinghug


BREAK OUT SESSIONS
SPIRITUAL COMBAT
Fr. Leo Patalinghug
Put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil… [and] extinguish the fiery darts of the evil one. – Ephesians 6:11,16
Using his extensive background in Martial Arts, Fr. Leo Patalinghug is able to draw upon the techniques of hand to hand combat and make helpful parallels to the spiritual life.  This fun and engaging presentation has become one of the most popular topics for people of all ages, including youth and young adults who seek some spiritual guidance in this world that can oftentimes be dangerous to a healthy and balanced spiritual life.

MAKE YOUR LIFE A SONG OF PRAISE
Mary Thompson
My life flows on in endless song… how can I keep from singing? – Robert Lowry
There are many ways that we can praise God.  One is by accepting the gifts He has given to us and using those gifts for His glory.  Each of us is blessed with a unique set of talents, knowledge and experiences.  How can you use yours to sing His praise?  Relax, refresh and enjoy as Mary shares her own faith journey through her music and testimony of how she strives to live her life as a song of praise.

BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD
Laura Laine
Supreme among the nations, supreme on the earth.
Psalm 46:11
How can we praise and exalt God with so much noise all around us?  It is in the stillness and the quiet times that we meet Him and can open our hearts to hear and contemplate His voice.  He is everywhere waiting for us to surrender to Him.  He speaks to us in so many ways, through nature, other people, our own hearts, the Church, Scripture.  He is with us in our joys and our sufferings.  When we praise Him, we are acknowledging His presence and loving care in all these things.  Learn how to embrace the stillness and quiet and discover the peace that comes from praising God in all things.

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