Eve Set Free – 2012
Eve Set Free 2012 was a one day womanhood event held at Seven Mile Road on Saturday, November 17, 2012 exploring how the gospel
alone frees women to live for God’s highest glory and their deepest joy.
Below is video from the main session:
cost: $16 with lunch included // time: 9-3 // maximum capacity: 180
8:30 registration and coffee
9:00 welcome and song
9:30 main session
eve set free
• laurel moran, seven mile road •
free to love the little years
• mandy smith, seven mile road •
free to love the single years
• emily barr, christ the king •
free to love your neighbor through hospitality
• teresa mason, city on a hill •
free to love victims of the sex industry
• alice anderson, seven mile road •
12:30 breakouts repeated
1:30 q & a panel on gospel-centered femininity
2:30 song and sending
Laurel is the wife of Matt Moran, one of the pastors at Seven Mile Road. She is also mom to Zoe Elyse and is a glad member of Seven Mile Road Melrose and the women’s ministry team. Her passion is to help women ‘get’ the Gospel and to see women blossom in the freedom and joy that comes from knowing Jesus. She is incredibly grateful and excited to be a part of God’s redemptive work in New England.
Teresa is blissfully married to her best friend, Bland, for 18 years, blessed to be a stay at home mom to Jordan (17), Hannah (14) and Sarah (11) and honored to serve as a church planter/pastor’s wife. She is also a lover of homemaking (all things decorating), the Kentucky Wildcats and the BEACH. She is passionate about seeing women grow in their identity in Christ and marriages prosper and thrive through the power of God.
As a recent graduate from Gordon College, Alice Anderson is spending her days working at her alma mater and as a nanny along the North Shore. During her junior year, Alice had the opportunity to study migration and human trafficking, and spent her senior year researching domestic trafficking and Massachusetts legislation in response to exploitation in this state. She is currently volunteering with Route One Ministries, an outreach ministry to women working in strip clubs and is involved with Gathering For Hope North Shore. In January, she will leave Seven Mile Road to intern with the International Justice Mission in Delhi, India for the 2013 year. She is excited to be sharing with the women of Seven Mile Road and continues to enjoy seeing the ways that Christ is reconciling Himself to the world through the work of those along the North Shore!
Mandy is married and lives with her family on the North Shore. She is currently staying at home with her 2 little ones, Gemma (2) and Tobin (5 months). She has worked as a behavioral therapist to children under 5 with special needs for the past three years. Mandy has loved the role of supporting the kiddos she has worked with in increasing their skills and functionality, and has also loved, loved, loved being a mommy to her babies and knowing God is shaping who she is through this current calling.
Originally from rural Illinois, Emily Barr came to Boston in 2003 for a graduate program and never left. She has a background in arts education, working as an art teacher for five years before earning a Masters in Education and training adults who work with children and families in Boston public schools. Christ the King Presbyterian Church (CTK) in Cambridge has been Emily’s church home for almost nine years and is the source of treasured community, lifelong friends and even a husband. As the women’s ministry coordinator at CTK she is committed to providing opportunities for women to come together and share stories of God’s faithfulness.