She will be standing firm like a flourishing tree planted by God’s design, deeply rooted by the brooks of bliss, bearing fruit in every season of her life. She is never dry, never fainting, ever blessed, ever prosperous . / Psalm 1:3

One Conference is almost here and we can’t wait! This year, our annual women’s conference will be taking place on March 12 at The Hope Collective.

We are so excited for this year’s theme, A Fight to Flourish. We believe that true flourishing comes from embracing the difficulty of growth – to persevere through the dirt and mess in order to live the life that God has designed for us, even when we can’t see it. God calls us and equips us. He empowers us. He strengthens us for battle. And He is with us the whole way. God plants us, God waters us, we receive, and we flourish.

We have another amazing line up of speakers who will encourage, equip, and empower you. We would love you to join us for this unforgettable one day conference on March 12.

With love,

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Jen DeWeerdt serves with her husband, Jeremy, as the Senior Leaders of City First Church, a growing, multi-generational, multi-cultural church in Rockford, IL. As pastor, communicator, author, and founder of the Original Women’s Conference, Jen is passionate about encouraging and empowering women to step into their God-given callings, regardless of their profession.
Lisa has dedicated her life to writing and speaking about the truth of Jesus Christ and how wanting Him the most changes everything. Lisa is a bestselling author of 7 books & a Bible study as well as a sought-out Bible teacher known for her wit and bold, bottom line approach. Lisa’s desire is to point people to the Jesus who can change their life.
Terrance Wallace is a leader for youth and young adults across the country. Pastor Terrance created the InZone Project, providing opportunities for minority youth from disadvantaged backgrounds to live in a nurturing residential environment with wrap-around support. His brilliant mind, innovative thinking, and passion for people allow him to successfully serve as a personal mentor and educator to minority youth.

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Session One

Session Two


Session Three

Session Four

See you next year!