Journal Express, Knoxville, IA

March 1, 2013

March meeting to feature ministries founder

The Journal Express

---- — The Pella Professional and Business Women’s Forum (PPBWF) will meet on Thursday, March 14. Spend your lunch hour learning from Sabra Days, founder of Main Street Ministries.

Since 1996, Sabra has served as a pastor at three different churches as well as a volunteer chaplain of a hospital. Sabra’s many years of retail management, ministry encounters and experiences have given her invaluable insight into the stresses and pressures in the workplace, and she has helped many women overcome the stresses of their work and personal lives with her outreach through Main Street Ministries

The March forum will be held at the Pella Golf and Country Club, 600 Elm Street in Pella from noon to 1 p.m. Lunch is provided and the cost is covered in the $12 guest fee.

PPBWF is a networking and professional development organization for women in Pella and the surrounding area. Members meet the second Thursday of each month (except August) for networking and learning from forum speakers. Membership is open to career-oriented and business women of all ages who are interested in enhancing their personal and professional life and forming valuable connections with other women in the community.

PPBWF helps members to:

- increase awareness of relevant issues

- share ideas

-discuss problem solving techniques

- connect with professional development and community opportunities

Visitors are welcome! If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Diane Massick at by noon, Monday, March 11th, 2013.

For more information about the PPBWF or to become a member, please contact Wendy Crase at