Do you live in the Washington, DC, area? If so, I’d love to spend a morning with you! June 25th, from 9 a.m. to noon, I’ll be speaking at the “Woman of Influence” conference presented by “Excellent Living” ministries. The event will be held at the Smith Center at McLean Bible Church.
Why should you come?
As women, we’ve been created to influence others. Period. We are uniquely designed to impact our world, and yet, we may be missing out on what God has empowered us to do. (Tomorrow, I’ll share more about that on the blog.) This event will provide you with tools and information, biblical teaching, and conversation that will inspire and prepare you to fulfill your purpose as a woman of influence.
Why attend a women’s event like this?
I used to think women’s conferences were a lot of emotional hype without much substance and could possibly do more damage than spiritual benefit. I still think that is true of some conferences, but God has changed my heart on this topic. I’ve personally experienced some spiritual watershed moments at an event like this. God has conferences like this to open my eyes to my area of need, instruct me, and provide insight for moving ahead in His calling on my life.
There is something about setting aside a weekend, or even just a morning, as a body of women to corporately seek God, to sit under His Word and be open to what He wants to teach you. It is different than your personal quiet time, or even your Sunday morning service at your own church. There is a special dynamic that occurs when we as women get together, on our faces, with open hearts and honest discussion; it’s a dynamic that seems to open a doorway to the next level of spiritual growth. I need that.
How much does it cost?
This event is absolutely free! Gracious donors fund this event and all they ask is that you RSVP by registering. Advanced registration is required. For more information or to register click on this link.
What if I Don’t Live Near DC?
This is the perfect opportunity for a girls’ trip! Load up some friends, or your sisters and daughters, and make the drive—I think you’ll be glad you did. If you do live in the area, I hope you’ll share this post and invite your friends to come and join us!
How about it? Anyone planning to spend the morning with me?