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May 9th Luncheon

Ellen Pieper

It's All Good

Human tendency is to wonder why bad things happen. Why doesn’t God just give us what we want?

In 2000, Ellen had a massive stroke. And in 2006, six years after her stroke, she "got right with God; and began responding to His Call" on her life. Ellen is living her life out as a character witness for Christ. She is living proof that the “bad things” in life provide the best opportunities for Christ to shine through us. Join us as Ellen shares her amazing journey with us as well as providing basic information about this #4 cause of death in developed countries worldwide. May is National Stroke Awareness Month; join us, your heart will not only be encouraged, but blessed as well.

Ellen's book "Praise God for Tattered Dreams", will be available for purchase at our May 9th Luncheon for $13.00. It is also available online at www.lulu.com (ISBN = 9780578033754) for $20 + shipping.

Based on the foundational truths found in Romans 8:28, “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.”


About the Speaker

Ellen is a life long Iowa resident. She was born in Newton to Dean & Winona Sill. The family later moved to an acreage in Monroe where she grew up with her two older brothers. She graduated from Monroe High School and in 1988 she began working at Pioneer Hi-Bred, earning her B.A. in English from Iowa State the same year. She married Greg Pieper in 1991, and they later moved to Waukee. They were blessed with two sons, Grant, who is 24, and Calvin, who is 21. Ellen had a massive stroke in January 2000. And in 2006, six years after her stroke, she "got right with God; and began responding to His Call" on her life.

Please join us, your heart is sure to be encouraged.


Luncheon Menu

Entree: Pizza Pasta Salad
Bread: Italain Bread
Dessert: Bars and/or Cookies
Beverage: Coke, Diet Coke, and Water
   
Luncheon options:
Have us serve you lunch or bring your own lunch
(No Reservations Required)
 
Charge for Luncheon:
Free-will offering appreciated