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Sat, Feb 11

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Northpointe Presbyterian Church

Growing in Spiritual Intimacy

Join us for a marriage conference at Northpointe Presbyterian Church as we learn how to live out true spiritual intimacy in biblical marriage. Ed and Emily Hartman of 1st Presbyterian Church in Jackson will be our main speakers. Breakfast will be provided.

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Growing in Spiritual Intimacy
Growing in Spiritual Intimacy

Time & Location

Feb 11, 2023, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Northpointe Presbyterian Church, 920 Windmill Dr, Meridian, MS

About the event

Ed and Emily Hartman of 1st Presbyterian Church in Jackson will guide us through a deep study of what spiritual intimacy should be in biblical marriage. 

Registration is FREE and open to the public. 

Breakfast (for adults) and childcare included. Please register so we can get an accurate count for seating and food.

8:00am: Breakfast served

8:30am: Session 1 with Ed & Emily Hartman

After Session 1, we will take a short break with refreshments. Session 2 will follow and conclude by 12:00pm.

Ed & Emily Hartman

Ed and Emily’s life together has been anything but ordinary.  After Ed lost his first wife to cancer, leaving him with four young children to raise, he hired Emily to be their nanny, and then took her off payroll and married her.  They began their journey together in Kosciusko, MS where Ed was the senior minister of First Presbyterian Church, then spent almost a decade in Brasov, Romania, leading a church planting team for Mission to the World.  Since leaving Romania, they continued to invest in church planting and missions as they work together in leadership development and renewal with pastors, church leaders, church planters and missionaries and their wives in Ed’s role as Minister of Mission and Outreach at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, MS.  

Emily spent the last ten years walking alongside wives of ministers in her work as coach, trainer and group leader with Parakaleo and the Mid-South Church Planting Network. Emily recently completed a master’s degree in counseling from the Townsend Institute. 

In 2022, Ed and Emily launched Kingstone Partners, a non-profit ministry designed to serve, strengthen and support gospel-rooted ministry leadership couples for the resilience and flourishing of their marriages and ministries.  

Ed is a graduate of Columbia International University; Reformed Theological Seminary (MDiv); and Westminster Seminary in California (DMin).  Emily is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and Concordia University (MAC).

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