Women are constantly bombarded by outside sources telling us who we should be. We should look like models. We should be natural. We should prioritize motherhood. We should have a career. We should be more assertive. We should be demure.
Through this women’s conference, you’ll learn how to stop placing your identity in the things of this world and start finding your identity in Christ. The conference will include a main speaker, worship, and breakout sessions. The cost is $10 per person, which includes a continental breakfast. Childcare is not provided for this event. This event is designed for women over the age of 16.
Tune out the voices of this world and learn to focus on the one voice that matters: Jesus.
8:30-9:00 am – Check-in & Continental Breakfast
9:00-10:05 am – Welcome, worship, & main speaker
10:05-10:15 am – Break
10:20-10:55 am – Breakout Session 1
11:00-11:35 am – Breakout Session 2
11:40-12:00 pm – Closing
Main speaker: Stephanie Wright – Reclaiming Lost Identity
1. Finding Your Identity in Christ through Investing in the Next Generation
In Titus 2:1-5, women are called to teach other women sound doctrine. This breakout session will include sharing portions from the book Adorned: Living Out the Beauty of the Gospel Together by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. We’ll discuss several of the main topics covered in the text, which includes what it looks like to become a Titus 2 woman and how to pass on this legacy to the next generation.
2. Finding Your Identity in Christ during the Busyness of Life
Be still. Be present. Vacations are meant to be relaxing, an escape, pure enjoyment, and bonding with the people around you. Taking a daily vacation with God will quiet our hearts, rejuvenate us, fill us, give us the right perspective for that day, and draw us into a deeper relationship with God.
3. Finding Your Identity in Christ in a Culture Obsessed with Self
Discovering our identity is a feat we struggle with our entire lives. If we look to society, we are frequently surrounded by ways to alter our self-image and challenged to find our worth through social media. The world is quick to offer self-help podcasts, self-care, and self-gratification to try and fill the void for Jesus. The truth is we will continue to feel lost until we shift our focus from discovering our identity through the world and discover who we are through Jesus.