Topic for 2020:
Join us as we encourage and equip one another!
Friday, March 20th, 6:00-9pm *light dinner served starting at 5pm*
Saturday, March 21st, 9:00-4pm *breakfast served starting at 8am*
(Catered Dinner, Snacks, Breakfast & Lunch provided throughout the conference)
We would love for you to join us this year!
Every year, we have the privilege to gather together as Christian Women to encourage and equip one another challenge each other to be rooted in the Word, and live boldly as disciples of Jesus Christ. It is a fabulous time of strengthening and challenging each other to live a life of hope in Christ, and to give that hope to those around us. In panel discussions, groups of women share how God has held them through suffering, challenged them through different seasons of life, and drawn near to them in prayer and in the Word. Speakers share the real struggles they face and how God comforts and provides for them in the midst of the chaos of this world. Intentional conversation breaks allow women to share their hearts with one another, and find common ground to challenge each other to fight the good fight of faith.
Lives are changed, hearts are renewed, and faith is born or re-fired. It is our hope that our annual Gathering helps to “fan the flame” Christ put within us, and that we would return to our local communities and churches and spread that spark to those around us.
EARLY BIRD (Before March 1st): $20
AFTER MARCH 1ST: $25
PAST ATTENDEES SAID:
“I loved seeing women so passionate about God & His Word!”
“Hearing about others struggles and how Jesus has helped them resonated with me. It makes me realize we are not alone.”
“The conference was all glorifying to God and a joy to be a part of.”
“I really enjoyed the panel discussions and local speakers.”
“God was present everywhere! Everyone was so kind and welcoming. The whole conference was fantastic!”
“I appreciated the Video Speakers, the local speakers and the music!”
“The conference was a great testimony of the Local Church Women!”
“I was really encouraged by the ability to share and pray with other women of faith”
“The people at my table were all so kind and caring and we had real connection.”