Dr Margaret Lepke enjoys speaking at women's fellowships, conventions, retreats and seminars. She likes to engage, encourage and strengthen Christian women using her professional skills in ministry. Her talks, workshops and slide presentations reflect her love for biblical authenticity and topical excellence, and the examples below are just a small sample of slideshows used during past presentations (feel free to email, share or embed these by clicking on the left arrow). You can always expect vivid images and lively interaction...
More examples of past presentations (title slides only):
Margaret also speaks on the following topics:
- How to Be a Happy Christian
- Boost Your Attitude Adjustment Skills
- How to Deal with Difficult People (even Christians!) Without Losing the Plot
- Pick Your Own Topic from the Bible
Workshops to choose from:
You tend to learn best when you can get involved, and that's why workshops are so successful. Learning becomes self-motivated, interactive and fun. Could your women's ministry benefit from one of the following topics? Do you require a different topic? Contact Margaret and work out the details.
Principles of Spiritual Growth
For anyone who wants to discover the process
How do you know you are growing spiritually? Do you understand what it means to grow in Christ? Learn to understand the principles of spiritual growth and why there is no short-cut. Let us strive together to hear the words, "Well done, my good and faithful servant."
Storm-Proof Your Marriage!
For women who want to build strong relationships on godly foundations
"Love is blind, and marriage is the eye-opener." But what do you do when you see those blemishes? This workshop will give you the tools you need to understand and solve many common marriage difficulties and storm-proof your relationship.
Discover Your Gifts and Use Them!
For anyone who hasn't unwrapped their gift(s)
What is a spiritual gift? How can you know if you have one? And if you do, how should you use it? These are just some of the many questions surrounding this topic. A congregation who doesn't use its gifts becomes a graveyard. Don't let that happen to your church!