Everyone has an ideal life. From marriage, children, career, and the list can go on. Our specific plans can be a little….well, too specific. What do you do when life interrupts your agenda, and how do you make peace with the life you’re currently living? You will learn how to change your perspective and view this journey through eyes of Faith. God’s call often comes in the unexpected. Trusting God releases our Faith, while setting His agenda in motion. In the end, you’ll find the blessings in detours leading you to God’s ultimate Will and plan for your life.
Dionnea is a Christian. Author. Speaker. Foodie. Counselor. She says, "Yes, those are just some of the things I love. I became a first time Author in 2017, I love speaking/ministering (Church, organizations, and companies). I love food. Great food and yes I love to cook. Okay, All things food I love – 🙂 and I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor. I love how God is giving me insight on how to integrate clinical skills and the Word of God to help others in their growth."
Michael L Stoller
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Michael received his Masters Degree in Social Work from The University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration and his formal life coach training from The Coaches Training Institute and Dave Ellis Leadership, both International Coach Federation accredited programs.
at St. Margaret Mary in Naperville
One Athlete's Journey from Concussions in Amateur Football to CTE Dementia
Nobody will remember a backup college quarterback, but Dick’s story bridges the glamour of NFL football—its high-profile athletes and the preliminary $765 million settlement for CTE dementia—with the harsh reality that millions of former amateur players may be suffering anonymously with the same concussion-induced devastation of CTE dementia.
Jim is an author of the non-fiction book, Unintended Impact, chronicling this tragedy of head concussions" in sports. He and his wife, Carole, live in Deer Park, IL and call northern Minnesota home for the summer months.
Terry Abrahamson won a Grammy writing songs for Muddy Waters, helped launch the career of George Thorogood, created the first radio commercial ever performed by John Lee Hooker, hung backstage with Willie Dixon and the Rolling Stones and had his music produced by Johnny Winter.
Terry will be presenting his interactive Blues Blast for our enjoyment.
For as long as I can remember, I absolutely loved anything to do with cooking and food! In fact, I planned my first surprise party for my parent's anniversary when I was just 10 years old! I've spent 30+ years in the food industry. First as a Home Economics teacher, then in the food business world. I have extensive experience in product development and consider myself a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to food and cooking.