Women of West Ridge

Summer Bags League

Summer Bags League

Join us any Friday night 7-9pm for Bags, Burgers and a fun through July 21st. Bring a friend to be your partner or connect with someone here; adults and teens over 16 please. No need to bring food, but if you have a nice bags set, please bring that along with you.  We look forward […]

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  June 8, 2017   No comments
Summer Play Dates

Summer Play Dates

Get out of the house this summer with your kids and connect with some fellow West Ridgers! This month we will be at Deicke Park in Huntley (Discovery Zone area). WEDNESDAY June 14th – 9:30am – 11:30am THURSDAY June 22 – 6:00p – 8:00pm Questions, call or text Danielle Zapchenk at 847.293.1001. If it is […]

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  June 1, 2017   2 comments
Divorce is a Nasty Word

Divorce is a Nasty Word

Divorce. It’s a nasty word.  I always felt like it made people look at me differently.  I knew in their heads they were thinking “Oh, she is broken and a failure, so sad.” I was married at 21.  He was a bit older and successful.  He told me everything I wanted to hear, needed to […]

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  May 12, 2017   6 comments
Belong Tour

Belong Tour

The Belong Tour is different in that we are after your whole self: your mind, your faith,  your career, your body (and body image), your marriages, your relationships, your soul, your ACTUAL WHOLE LIFE. The one you really live day in and day out. It all goes together, it is all holy, it all matters. […]

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  April 13, 2017   No comments
Power to the Faint

Power to the Faint

“He gives power to the faint, and to him who has no might he increases strength. Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted, but they who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; […]

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  February 7, 2017   No comments
Brokenness

Brokenness

Ann Voskamp has become one of my favorite authors.  I find myself when reading an article or one of her books, not able to put it down.  I also find myself internalizing every word that I am reading.  Over this past holiday I picked “One Thousand Gifts” off of my bookshelf.  (The story of how […]

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  January 10, 2017   No comments