Rosemary is always developing new talks on relevent topics. She particuarly enjoys creating new talks that draw in Scripture to fit with an event's focus and theme. Please contact Rosemary to see what she can create for your event.
Speaking Topics include:
A Woman and Her Relationships: Using spiritual insights and examples from the lives of ordinary women, Rosemary shows women that by keeping God in first place in their lives, their relationships with themselves, their friends, maiden family, husband and children will be transformed. She helps her listeners bridge the gap between their spiritual lives and their daily interactions with others.
A Journey to Intimacy: God has invited each one of us to embark on a journey. Each of the five stages of this journey will take us into a deeper and more intimate relationship with Him. God wants to have a relationship with us that moves from being our Creator, Savior, Father, Friend and ultimately to being our Lover.
Something to Celebrate: Relationships are strengthened when we let go of being judgmental and critical of each other and begin to celebrate our God given differences.
Relationship Venom and Biblical Antidotes: When sin entered the Garden of Eden, it was as if posionous venom entered relationships. The sins of deception, envy, judgement and anger are toxic to relationships. God has offered us an antidote to counteract the effects of these sins. To interact as Jesus did so that we canhave healthy relationships, God offers to fill us with authenticity, contentment, celebration and forgiveness.
Weekend Retreat A Woman and Her Relationships includes these four topics: 1.Our Story - the Opposite of its Intented Effect 2. The Journey to Intimacy with God 3. Seeing Ourselves with New Eyes 4. Stop the Drain and Replenish our Relationships
Workplace Issues for Women: Whether you work as a corporate executive, a nurse, teacher, carpenter, computer programer or any other occupation, workplace relationships can be one of the greatest issues to erode our enjoyment and our ability to do our job effectively. We cannot change the difficult people we work with, but we can take an honest look at what is going on in our heart to see what we can do to build healthy relationships in the workplace. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: How we've come to see ourselves, our self-esteem, is largely based on the opinions of others (i.e. parents, boyfriends, husband, society). What if we were to take hold of the mirror that God offers and to see ourselves as He sees us?
The Outcast in All of Us: Jesus' encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well not only changed her life but a whole community (John 4). Rosemary draws the parallel that we are all that outcast in need of an encounter with Jesus.
Treasure or Trash:Maiden Family Encoding: The family we grew up in had a significant impact on who we are today and how we relate to others. As we take a look at the emotional and relational dowry we were given, we must make a decision what is good and should be treasured, and what is weighing us down and needs to be trashed.
The Sacredness of Sex: The sexual union between husband and wife is not only good, it is considered sacred by God. Rosemary candidly speaks about how the marital sexual relationship as an act of worship to God.
The Challenge of Children: It is an incredible privledge to be called "Mom". But, this comes with an awesome responsibility as well. With humor and biblical truth, Rosemary takes her audience through the child rearing years and the emotional dowry we are giving our children.
Soul Friendships:Welcome to my Garden: We were created for relationships but most of our friendships don't get past the front step of our hearts. Few if any make it into our gardens, the place of intimate, soul companions. Rosemary stimulates our God-given desire for intimacy in heathly friendships.
Listening to God - A Challenge for Women: Why is it hard for us to hear God's voice when He speaks to us? Is it the flurry of outward activity , the inner din that clog's our heart's receptivity or the inability to recognize God's voice? Rosemary unpacks these three roadblocks to hearing God's voice with biblical wisdom so that women go away with practical ways of deepening their relationship with God.
Mentors, Maidens and Murderers: A Woman's Relationships in the Workplace: Based on the life of Esther, women are encourgaged to look at the relationships they have in the workplace and how God uses these to shape them, to influcence others and to further His kingdom.
Donít Get Stuck in the Baggage: Saul started as a good leader but things went bad quickly. Rosemary draws leadership lessons from the life of Saul - pitfalls we must avoid.
The Personality Puzzle: Understanding ourselves is the first step to being able to maximize the strengths of our personalities and eliminate the weaknesses. But it is also extremely important to be able to understand the personalities of the people we interact with so we can meet their emotional needs. With creativity, humor and personal anecdotes, Rosemary gives a basis for understanding the 4 personality types so that our relationships can be transformed.