NOTE: Tomorrow’s Theology on Tap at Crosstown Brewing Co. has been canceled.
Our February speaker’s youngest daughter was hospitalized last night. Due to these unforeseen circumstances, we are canceling tomorrow night’s Theology on Tap at Crosstown Brewing Co. This topic will be rescheduled for a future date.
“We know that in everything God works for good with those who love him, who are called according to his purpose.” – Romans 8:28
We aren’t promised a life that is always easy and filled with sunshine and butterflies. We all experience seasons of suffering, pain, and sorrow. The Truth of Romans 8:28 reminds us that although sin and Satan are powerful, God is more powerful; He is able to redeem and restore anything for our good and His glory. All things may not be good, but God can and will use all things for good. Even in the midst of the greatest trials, God reminds us, “I’ve got you”.
Place: Crosstown Brewing Co.
1264 Concourse Ave, Memphis, TN 38104
Time: 6:00 PM
Date: Monday, February 24
** A few things to note about our location
- Crosstown Brewery has a great selection of beers and root beer, but does not serve food. If you’d like to eat, there are several restaurants in Crosstown Concourse that deliver to the brewery, or you’re welcome to bring food from any of the eateries.
- We will begin Judy’s talk at 6:30 (Instead of 7 as usual). Crosstown Brewery closes at 8 and we want to be respectful of their time and finish up by then.
About our Speaker:
Judy Longoria is a wife, mother of four, and avid bird watcher. She received her Masters in Catholic Studies from Christian Brothers University, and is no stranger to ministry. She served as Director of Religious Education and Youth Ministry for 11 years, and later went on to do Marriage Prep in the Diocese for 3 years. She now gladly serves as a full time caretaker of her youngest daughter who suffers from chronic illness. Judy has a great love for her Catholic Faith and family, and draws continuous strength and joy from knowing that “in everything God works for good with those who love him.”