By God's grace, we have flourished over the past nine years. Occasionally our times together have been quiet and reflective, sometimes noisy and hilarious! But always a serious study of His Truth has emerged.
In January 2014, we crossed a line. So great was the response that we had to close registration and turn women away.
Please plan to join us for the 10th annual Whole Woman Conference January 23–24, 2015, at the Community Center in Clarksville, Virginia.The Whole Woman Conference has established itself in the Clarksville region and has woven its ecumenical presence as an important hue in the worship tapestry of many, many women, all of whom have significant stories.Registrations will be accepted November 1, 2014 through January 15, 2015. Registration is $60 per person.
The title of our conference is Prayer: Expect Change, Part II. Jane Lyon will be our worship leader.This year, a new and exciting opportunity for moms has been added - Crusader Camp. The camp will be held at Clarksville Baptist Church Early Childhood Education Center under the direction of their preschool staff. It will be offered simultaneously with conference sessions and is for children aged 2 -12. More information will be forthcoming on this exciting addition to our 10th anniversary conference.
Join us as together we experience what it means to ask real questions about prayer. This is your invitation to come as we consider together:
...living and learning
...striving and surviving.We will discover where prayer, expectations and change meet through stories captured in Scripture as well as through stories mirrored in real life experiences. Prayer: Expect Change. We will uncover how these three words relate.
What is Prayer?
What about my Expectations?
What kind of Change?
We will examine new ways of thinking about prayer.We will explore some thought-provoking questions about prayer.
Is it real?
What do I say?
When do I say it?
What should I expect?
Does prayer really create change?
Should I pray?
Can God handle my honesty?
Is it a life saver?
Is it only a habit?
Is it a waste of time?
Is it just a church thing?
Does God really answer prayer?
What if I don't like the answer I get?
Is it wrong to say a "rock bottom" prayer?
Does anybody else feel like a fraud?
Why do some claim it is so powerful?
Some people pray, but I can't.
Is it too late to pray?
Let's face it, ladies: sometimes girlfriends just need to get together! There are many benefits of coming together, of asking common questions, of seeking answers.
There are even more benefits of "coming aside."
We can't wait for your questions!