LINCOLN (SNR) - The Morning Star Chapter of Magnificat Lincoln fall prayer meal Nov. 11 will feature veteran Kris Sarver presenting “A Magnificat of forgiveness and healing.”
The breakfast event will be held at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 11, at Hillcrest Country Club, 9401 East O St., Lincoln.
Sarver was baptized in the Catholic Church but renounced her faith when she was 10 years old, claiming first to be an atheist, and later an agnostic. Her testimony will share her “journey of joy, seeking Christ’s will to be with Him forever in paradise.”
Sarver retired as a Captain from the United States Naval Reserve after 26 years of service. She taught at the Nuclear Power School, and spent 30 years working in energy-related fields, naval and commercial, nuclear and conventional. She will speak about how trying to be “Wonder Woman” led her on the wrong path, but the sacraments returned her to Christ’s love.
She later earned a master’s degree in Pastoral Theology from Ave Maria University.
To attend the Veteran’s Day event, mail $20 check ($10 for students) payable to Magnificat by Monday, Nov. 6, c/o Tina Colgan, 521 N 56 St., Lincoln, NE 68504. Pre-paid registrations only; no walk-ins.
For more information, contact coordinator Rhonda Litt at 402-489-3819, or text or call 402.525.6396.
Magnificat is a ministry to Catholic women, a private association of the faithful within the Catholic Church under the jurisdiction of the Lincoln Diocese.
The primary purpose of Magnificat is to help Christian women become more open to the Holy Spirit through a deeper commitment of their lives to Jesus as Lord and to impart the Holy Spirit to one another by their love, service and sharing the good news of salvation. For more information about Magnificat, visit www.magnificatoflincoln.com.