God has designed a beautiful route for believers to be part of, and to be known by, a group of fellow believers. That route is church. The form of church differs widely, but it always means a gathering with other embodied Christ-followers. This virtual mini-conference will explore the value of Christian community and how female professionals can find and contribute to a local church. Join us for Dr. Givler’s talk, a panel discussion and break-outs to discuss in smaller groups.
Registration is free, but you must be registered in order to receive the Zoom link.
Amy Givler is a family physician in Monroe, Louisiana. She and her husband Don met in 1980 at a CMDA student event her first year of medical school, and they have both been active members of CMDA ever since. Amy graduated from Wellesley College and Georgetown University School of Medicine, and she then completed her family medicine residency at the same indigent-care hospital where she now works part time. She also works at an urgent-care clinic and is the medical director for a Shots for Tots clinic. Amy loves to write and has written many articles and one book, Hope in the Face of Cancer: A Survival Guide for the Journey You Did Not Choose. She and Don have a heart for missions, and hope to do more short-term trips now that their three children have launched from the nest.