It is the goal of Esther By Design that the ladies who participate recapture the art and joy of femininity and womanhood. Each lady will be equipped to fulfill their power and rightful place, as predestined by God, yet still maintain the soft touch of being a woman of God.
We invite women ages 16 to mature adults to take part in these exciting and enlightening courses. Each session promises not only to be educational and rewarding, but it will be a time of sharing, fun, and fellowship.
During the annual conferences instruction is given as it relates to various aspects women face in life and in today’s society. It is here that we address challenging topics such as marriage, family, career / ministry goals and pursuits, as well as worldwide issues that affect our communities and neighborhoods.
The Annual Retreat is specifically planned to give women the opportunity to pull away from all their demands and discover the respite they need and deserve. It is here that they can enjoy the fellowship of other women and be spiritually and naturally blessed and refreshed.
We are living in a time where it isn’t easy to find peace. In fact, peace can sometimes be impossible to find unless we create it. We create peace by reading and meditating on the Word of God, communicating with Him through prayer, and guarding our hearts and minds. Stress is an everyday occurrence in our lives making […]
If ever we needed a reference in the Bible to explain FAITH, it is and always will be the 11th chapter of Hebrews. I have never met a single person who at some point in life has not had their faith challenged. If it’s not our mind, it’s our heart that some way, somehow interferes and counteracts what […]
"True faith is having trust and belief even when the outcome has not yet been proven. That kind of faith can only be substantiated by our God." Faith is something we’re all born with to some degree or another. Even if you do not consider yourself a religious person our everyday lives are governed by faith. When you […]
"Change for the betterment of ourselves and the good of others should always be what we’re striving for." Sunday, September 11th marked the 15th anniversary of the diabolical terrorist attacks on the United States. On this one particular day nearly 3,000 lives were lost. The U.S. had never been faced with something of this magnitude that ultimately affected the […]