Pat Maier, co-founder of Visual Faith Ministry and one of four illustrators of The Enduring Word Bible, will keynote Concordia University Ann Arbor's Living Grace Luncheon on Thursday, June 13.

Living Grace Women’s Luncheon is an annual event that brings women together to support each other in their spiritual walk. The event will begin at 11:00 a.m., with the lunch and program commencing at 11:30 a.m. and concluding at 1:00 p.m.

This event will be held in the Earhart Manor Tent on campus, 4090 Geddes Road. Maier, a graduate of Concordia Junior College, Ann Arbor, earned her bachelors degree in Elementary Education from Concordia University Chicago, minoring in art. She lives near campus in Brighton with her husband, David, President of The Michigan District of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod since June 2009.

Click here to register for Living Grace Women’s Luncheon on Thursday, June 13

The former teacher enjoys drawing, writing and speaking to inspire others in their walk with Jesus.

Visual Faith Ministry is a collaborative effort of online and “in real life” learning communities designed to enrich, encourage and enable the connections between visual and kinesthetic learning and storytelling about God’s faithfulness in one’s life. Resources include: Visual Church Year, Seasonal Prayer Templates, Visual Prayer Cards, Bible Margins, and Visual Faith Calendars.

The Enduring Word Bible, published by Concordia Publishing House, features pre-printed Bible verse illustrations in two-inch margins that are designed for people to color and meditate on. This red letter Bible contains more than 350 illustrations.

Individual tickets for Living Grace cost $25. Dr. Tammy Ferry, executive director of institutional effectiveness at Concordia University Wisconsin, will emcee the luncheon, which serves as a Christian growth and fellowship opportunity for women to support one another in their spiritual walk.

Women interested in attending Living Grace can register by June 3, 2019. Contact Holly Losee for more details at or 734-995-4809.

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