Friday, April 07, 2017 - Saturday, April 08, 2017
We learn from the Bible that the greatest commandment is to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. The second command is to love our neighbor as ourselves. How are we to live out these commands? This year's women's conference focuses on how we love God and others in the ways He has called us.
Childcare:We have very limited childcare available. If you are unable to find other care for your children, please email Tricia Vickers ( ) to register for childcare on a first-come, first-serve basis.
6:30 Registration and Check-In
7:00 Worship and Main Session 1
8:00 Response Time and Prayer
8:30 Fellowship Gathering
8:30 Registration and Check-In
9:00 Worship and Main Session 2
10:15 Response Time and Prayer
11:00 Morning Workshop
1:15 Afternoon Workshop
3:00 Worship and Main Session 3
4:00 Response Time and Prayer
Session 1: "The Wealth of God's Love"
Session 2: "The Command to Love God"
Session 3: "The Command to Love Our Neighbors"
In our main sessions, we'll be learning together about God's love for us, our love for God, and our love for others. So often we feel hindered from God's love because of shame, fear or believing lies. We'll spend the weekend exploring God's beautiful design of love within the Body of Christ.
“Learning to Love Others When Relationships Remain Difficult”
In this broken world, we will experience difficult relationships. How are we to love those with whom we are in conflict? In this workshop, we will learn about loving others when relationships go poorly. We’ll apply gospel truth to everyday conflict.
“It’s Really Not About You: Lifting Your Eyes”
Christ’s resurrection frees us from making everything about us. In this workshop, we’ll discover how our identity labels ultimately fail us. Only finding our hope in Jesus will lift our eyes from navel-gazing to gospel humility and confidence in Christ.
Anne Lincoln Holibaugh
“Who Is God When Life Is Painful?”
This session will focus on loving God and others amidst unmet expectations and disappointments in life. His love for us does not guarantee an easy life, but we often fall prey to the temptation to blame Him or feel hopeless when life brings sorrow and trouble.
Something’s Gotta Give: Letting Go and Finding Rest”
When our to-do lists pile up and perfectionism knocks at the door, we are called to examine the desires of our hearts. Are we serving ourselves or our Savior? In this workshop, we are reminded that the Lord promises rest to those whom He loves and joy to those who delight in Him.