Who--Me? Do A Program? (Volume 2)
Program Resources For Congregational Events
Cynthia E. Cowen


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ISBN: 0788013424
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Pages: 182
Cowen, an experienced resource writer, offers this follow-up collection of programs designed for easy implementation at women's meetings, youth gatherings, and congregational events. Leader's helps are provided to indicate what props, songs, or readers are needed. This collection of 15 programs, like the first volume, is reflective, at times humorous, and includes skits, meditations, and other suggestions to fit the season, including Lent, Spring, and Advent.

This second volume follows the tremendous demand for and interest in Cynthia Cowen's first book. These programs are designed for easy implementation at women's meetings, youth gatherings, and congregational events. Leader's helps are provided to indicate what props, songs, or readers are needed. This collection of 15 programs, like the first volume, is reflective, at times humorous, and includes skits, meditations, and other suggestions to fit the season, including Lent, Spring, and Advent.

Programs include:
A Mother's Heart, A Celebration Of Woman
A Journey With Prayer
No Fooling! A Look At The Month Of April
Bloom Where You Are Planted!
God's Pentecost Pantry
I Am The Vine, A Harvest Of Worship
God's Advent Rainbow
and eight more ...

As a member of the church-wide Executive Board of Women of the ELCA, a licensed lay minister, and an Associate in Ministry to youth and family, Cynthia E. Cowen has many avenues to develop programs for use in congregations. She has authored 14 other books published by CSS. Cowen received a B.A. in education from Northern Michigan University and is a graduate from her synod's Lay School for Mission. She currently serves as a licensed lay minister of the Northern Great Lakes Synod of the ELCA at Calvary Lutheran Church, Quinnesec, Michigan, and a rostered Associate in Ministry at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Iron Mountain, Michigan. She was elected to the Executive Board of the church-wide Women of the ELCA in 1996 and sits on the Printed Resources committee.