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"Women of Hope" Conference
What is "Women of Hope"?
As women, we are naturally caretakers. God designed us to care for our husbands, children, friends, parents and well....let's face it, everyone around us. But where do we go to get re-charged? Where do we find the energy and spiritual renewal that we need in order to carry this load? That is the purpose behind the "Women of Hope" conference. It is an opportunity for Christian women to come together to hear dynamic speakers, meet other Christian women and encourage one another in service to others.
"A Living Hope"
1 Peter 1.3 " Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead "
Join us February 7-8 at Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro, TN...
...You will hear inspiring speakers, be a part of uplifting worship and have the chance to shop some exciting vendors who carry everything from jewelry to artwork to Bible school materials! We guarantee you will walk away feeling refreshed, inspired and hopeful about what God has planned for your life!
*As of January 15, 2014 HHI is not able to issue any registration refunds. Thanks!
Give the conference as a gift!
Woman of Hope 2013
Marie Agee of Health Talents International
Marie began her association with Health Talents International in 1975 when Charles Bates asked her for help in “typing a letter once in a while.” Working from her kitchen table, she was part of the effort to build the Health Talents ministry from its earliest days. She witnessed firsthand the birth of HTI’s first clinic in Las Cruces, Guatemala. She participated in the malaria control and community health worker training programs in Belize. She was involved in organizing the surgical and mobile medical ministries at Clinica Ezell and Clinica Caris in Guatemala. She has been involved with Health Talents International in many different roles including membership on the HTI Board of Directors, secretary, treasurer, volunteer coordinator, and trip coordinator. One of her roles included recruiting university students for HTI’s MET program. Because of that role, she was asked to serve two three-year terms on the Visiting Committee for the Missions Department at Abilene Christian University, acting as chairman one of those years.
- Denell Dennis
- Joneal Kirby, PhD
- Rita Cochrane
- Deborah R. Houston
- Pat Whitaker, Jo Atwood, and Merilyn Waldron
- Sarah Johnson
Special Women Worth A Million Presentation
- Roberta Edwards
|At the Door Registration||$75.00|
|For lunch||+ $20.00|
|For T-Shirt||+ $15.00|
**the student price is for full-time high school and college students