The St. Luke Women’s 2019 Spring Luncheon on Saturday, April 27 at 11:00 a.m. will feature Kimberly Shirk, a Nebraska newscaster who was severely burned and nearly killed by a 13,000-volt electrical line in 1997. In the four minutes it took the first paramedics to arrive at the scene, some decided she was dead. But she wasn’t ready to go and she fought to survive—she will be sharing with us her story of silver linings in the midst of remote fears. Kimberly’s story has been featured in several news stories and documentaries, and she has also been a guest speaker at the National Press Photography Association Conference and the LCMS Women’s Contentment Conference. She will have her book, Remote Fears & Silver Linings, available to purchase at the luncheon.
This is a luncheon you won’t want to miss! RSVP to the Church Office at 402-333-6886 ext. 300 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend. You may also reply to e-mails or call Leona Brakke (402-496-7008) with your reservation.
Please bring a salad or dessert to share at the luncheon. All St. Luke women are welcome to the Spring Luncheon, and we encourage you to invite a friend to join you to hear this outstanding speaker. In Kimberly’s words, “In all of life’s challenge, there comes a Silver Lining. . . Can you find it?”