Our annual fall conference for women will be September 12 & 13, 2014 at Webster Conference Center in Salina, Kansas. The conference begins at 9:30 on Friday morning and runs through 3:30pm on Saturday. Our theme this year is More'. We’ll be joined by speaker Angie Smith and Camala Nutter will lead us in worship. Information has been sent to churches, but you can also download the materials right here. We hope you can join us!
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Angie Smith is the bestselling author of four books (I Will Carry You, What Women Fear, Mended, & Audrey Bunny) and “Chasing God” (released in January 2014.
She is a popular speaker and travels with Women of Faith, Lifeway, and other organizations committed to sharing the good news of the Gospel in a relatable, down to earth way. Initially her blog “Bring The Rain” gathered the attention of readers as they followed her journey through pregnancy and loss, and now she is blessed to continue sharing what the Lord is doing through her words in many different ways. Angie received her Master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Vanderbilt University and is honored to be the wife of Todd Smith (lead singer of the Christian group “Selah”) and the mother of five daughters: Ellie, Abby, Kate, Charlotte, and her sweet Audrey who waits for her in glory. She and her family reside in Nashville, Tennessee.
Camala Nutter is a stay-at-home mom of twins and a dental hygienist part time. Her first love was music and singing, from as early as she can remember. She was on scholarship in college and performed with a traveling show choir. Her favorite place to sing, however is leading worship in church, engaging the heart of Jesus as a corporate body. Camala is currently a member of the worship team at West Ridge Community Church in Wichita, KS. She is married to a musician as well and their toddlers enjoy the majority of their singing and dancing energy!
Helmer & Shannon Jensen
Helmer, Shannon, and their four daughters have served with the IMB as field support missionaries for 10 years in Portugal, Angola, and South Africa. Their primary ministry within the mission has been logistics support, but Helmer transitioned to risk management at the beginning of 2013. They now support over 900 missionaries, volunteers and American ex-pats in Sub Sahara Africa with risk consultation, safety/security training, and crisis management for serious incidents occurring in the Affinity group. The Jensens’ front line ministry includes Prison Ministry to Women and Juveniles in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province, Youth and Worship Ministries in Port Elizabeth, and a township feeding program for critically impoverished children. They also assist their local church in international outreaches in Southern Africa to Mozambique and Lesotho. The Jensens’ oldest daughter just graduated high school in South Africa and will begin her Freshman year at Southwest Baptist University this Fall.