4:30-6:30 PM: Welcome Party (Food vendors onsite for food purchases.)





8:30-9:30 AM: Breakfast Bash (Breakfast provided)




Jan Hart

Out of Breath

We can live without food for 4-6 weeks. We can live without water for about 2 days to a week. However, we can only live without air for about 3 minutes and then we begin to die. In our world, we suffer from one of Satan’s greatest tools- busyness and distraction. If the Lord Himself gives us breath, and it is His breath that gives us life, then we must stay close to Him. Time with Him is the key to being filled everyday with His breath that brings us life and peace.

Chandra Hill

Care for the Caregiver

As women, we are nurturers by nature. We are tasked with being caregivers to our loved ones and those around us. We quickly become everything to everybody all the while neglecting ourselves. Where does the caregiver’s help come from? How does the caregiver receive care without feeling guilty? With so much to do, how does the caregiver find the time to take care of themselves? This session will shed some light on these questions and start you on the path to much needed care for the caregiver.

Chastity Kizer

Fearless and Free

*Applicable for students

The Bible tells us that we have not been given a spirit of fear but one of love, power, and a sound mind.  Some of Satans weapons against us are  disunity, worry, fear and anxiety. Join me as we discover truths for living in power and abundance daily as I share part of my story of deliverance from anxiety, fear, and depression.

Sheron Bayonne

Principles of walking in His design

*Applicable for students

Walking in the fullness of God is for sure His plan for our lives.  However it seems overwhelming at times to juggles the necessities of life.  God will never fail us. Let’s embrace the passion God has placed in us to fulfill His plan and purpose. We as women are important in every aspect of the way.

Wendy Owens

Scars of Hope

*Applicable for students

Every scar has a back-story, visible reminders of wounds we’ve experienced.  Christ’s scars become part of our story and our scars a part of God’s story in our lives.  Let’s move from fear to joy as the disciples did when exposed to the scars of Jesus.  Let’s expose our scars and celebrate that Christ’s redemption is greater than any wound and able to heal any scar.

Bejé Jones

Everyday habits for a more radiant YOU!

*Applicable for students

Whether you want to radiate more beauty from within your soul or in your outward appearance, this session will give you countless ways to do both. You will leave with nuggets of life changing tips and action steps that, if implements, will create a more radiant you in body, soul and spirit.

Magen Anderson

Your’e Invited

*Applicable for students

Ephesians 2:6 tells us that God has raised us up together with Christ seating us in heavenly places. But, what does that mean in practical everyday terms, to be seated? We live in a fast food world full of never-ending to do lists, and very few family dinners. Yet, He is inviting you and me to pause, and dine at His table. Join me, as we explore what it means to be seated and dine with Christ. At His table peace, joy, hope, and confidence await you.

Shelle Thomas

The Power of Forgiveness

*Applicable for students

Jesus set the example when He said as He was dying on the cross, “Forgive them Father, they don’t know what they are doing [to the son of God]. There is power when we choose to forgive, when we choose to release others.


When we show mercy instead of judgment, we are showing the true nature of God.

Denise Smith

Christian Grand-parenting

Proverbs 17:6 says “Grandchildren are the crowning glory of the aged.”


Becoming a Grandparent is a God-given calling. As Christian grandparents, we are called to influence multiple generations for Christ. We will pass on an inheritance of some kind to our children; the kind of inheritance really depends on us.


Jessica Prather

Tell Them What You Have Learned

Whether we are aware of it or not, we, as Christians, all deeply long to personally hear from and be used mightily by our heavenly Father.  Through our discussion, we will learn how we can prostrate ourselves in such a way so that we can reconnect with our Father in a personal, love relationship with him and peel back the layers of why we invest our time, thoughts, and feelings in the things that consume our days and nights.

Heather Allen

Finding Freedom

If someone were to ask you today, “are you walking in the full freedom that Christ died to give you?” If your answer is…”I’m not sure or no”, this session is for you. Maybe you’ve known that freedom before, and because of the lies of the enemy, today you have found yourself defeated and shackled once again. If you need to find freedom in Christ again, or for the first time, join me for this session. We are going to hear from the Holy Spirit how to be set free…and stay free, no longer bound by the things of the past and of this world.

Amanda Fishback

Learning to trust in God’s timing

One of the hardest things for so many Christians to do is to wait on Gods timing to make certain things happen in our lives.  In this fast-paced world in which we live, we want what we want right now! In this breakout session Amanda will share how she desired to meet the father who abandoned her at birth and how God had her wait and pray until she was 32 years old! Hear the lessons God taught her as she learned to trust that His timing truly is perfect.


Linda Payne

Staying Free

*Applicable for students

How to live a life free from worry, fear, anxiety and depression; and walk in the abundant life Christ came to give.

Summer Burgamy

When God Rewrites Our Stories

Pain and loss in this life are unavoidable, but throughout the fabric of our story Jesus weaves hope and redemption.  He met me in my brokenness, carried me through deep disappointment and questioning, and healed my broken heart.  I know He wants to do the same for you.