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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 Light of Hope"
Ephesians 1.18 "I pray also that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints..."
Join us February 6-7 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 6, 2015 HHI is not able to issue any registration refunds. Thanks!
Give the conference as a gift!
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Woman of Hope 2015
Uduak Afangideh ~ “I believe that every woman today has a story to tell.”
Uduak, the second child in a family of six, was born inNigeria. Upon completing her undergraduate education inNigeria, Udak graduated from Freed Hardeman with a B.S. in Biology. She then received a M.S. in Science, emphasizing Genetics at T.S.U. and a Ph. D. in Plant Breeding/Genetics from theUniversityofCalabar,Nigeria. Uduak most recently began a Masters program in Counseling.
Uduak has enjoyed an eclectic career which includes but is not limited to being a Research Assistant, Principal, Television Owner / News Caster as well as Assistant and full Professor at Faulkner University.
Uduak’s greatest joy lies “in seeking to please the Lord in all she does with her gifts as a wife,” mother of three and “Biology Professor at Faulkner.” Physical evidence of her gifts include; writing articles and books as well as magazine editing. Uduak has published two books and is concurrently working on her third book as well as one co-authored by her father.
- Amy Bacon of Garland, TX
- Deborah R. Houston of Rochester, NY
- Jo Atwood, JD
- Deena Irwin
- Donna King
- Casandra Martin
- Lezlie Owsley
- Kayci Ross
|For lunch||+ $20.00|
**the student price is for full-time high school and college students