Our annual fall conference for women will be September 11 & 12, 2015 at Webster Conference Center in Salina, Kansas. The theme for this year is 'Hello' taken from 3 John 13 to the end. Our guest speaker is Sophie Hudson and Lori Morrison will be returning to lead us in worship. We've got lots of new and different things planned for the weekend and we hope you'll join us! The conference begins at 9:30 on Friday morning and runs through 3:30pm on Saturday.
Before we begin on Friday, we invite you to join us for Thursday Night Fun! Join Chef Alli in the Project Pot Roast Kitchen! Via secret ingredients, spicy cooking strategies, visual humor, and fun, real-life stories, Chef Alli will encourage you in ways to help you strengthen your marriage and friendships, right from the heart of the home: your kitchen.
You can also:
Catch a movie!
Shop the bookstore!
Visit with friends!
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Sophie Hudson began her blog, BooMama.net, in 2005, which means she’s now been blogging for three times as long as the mid-90s stirrup pants craze. She is also a contributor to the Pioneer Woman’s blog, serves as co-emcee of LifeWay’s dotMOM event, and the author of A Little Salty to Cut the Sweet and Home is Where My People Are. She enjoys laughing until she cries, cheering like crazy during college football games, and hanging out with her people (preferably while wearing pajama pants). She lives with her husband and son in Birmingham, AL.
Lori is a wife, mother of three terrific kids, and a worship leader from Nashville, TN. She has been involved in music for most of her life, growing up in a musical family where her mom taught her how to play the piano at the age of 8. After 9 years of leading worship at a church, Lori felt God’s call to step out in faith and pursue full time ministry. She felt like that step involved leading worship at different churches and events across the country, writing original worship songs and mentoring other worship leaders to lead their congregations into a deeper, passionate worship experience.