One Conference
Anchored in HOPE

One Day / In Person & Online

One Conference is right around the corner and we cannot wait! This year we are hosting conference all on ONE day – in person and online! Our theme this year is “Anchored in HOPE.” 

In scripture, we are reminded that: “We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure” (Hebrews 6:19). Together we are going to journey through what it means to be fully anchored in Christ. 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 April 17!

With love, Natalie Mudd 

Toni Collier is the Co-Lead Pastor of Hillsong Atlanta and founder of an international women’s ministry called Broken Crayons Still Color that helps women process through brokenness and get to hope. Toni is teaching people all over the country that you can be broken and worthy and unqualified and still called to do great things.

As a pastor, life coach, author and CEO, Karrie Garcia has been inspiring change in others by boldly sharing her journey to freedom. Karrie is not afraid to wade through deep waters, because she has seen firsthand how God’s true redemptive purpose for our lives does not begin once we’re free from pain, rather it stems directly out of that pain.

Amiee Knebel is a Worship Pastor at The Compass Church in Naperville. Amiee has been working in the church for over 10 years and is passionate about helping people find freedom in Jesus and live actively pursuing Jesus daily. Amiee has a huge heart for the broken and loves partnering with other ministries, providing help and care for people who are hurting.

Chris founded the non-profit arm of INK 180 in October of 2011 to offer the opportunity for a real second chance to the least of these, the invisible, the forgotten, the discarded. Chris provides his time, supplies and artwork, entirely free of charge to former gang members trying to get their lives back on track, as well as the victims of Human Trafficking. INK 180 is entirely funded by donations, no charge is ever asked of the people receiving Chris’ ministry.

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 allows him to successfully serve as a personal mentor and educator to minority youth.