It’s officially September, which means our Lifeway Girls Conference events are right around the corner! We are so excited to dig into God’s Word together with you and your girls.
If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time! (And if you want to add girls to an existing registration, there’s still time for that, too—give us a call at 800.456.2772 to add to your group at your original rate!) Lunch on Saturday is included in your registration fee.
Bringing girls to the Lifeway Girls Conference gives them a chance to step outside of their own “bubble.”
Lifeway Girls Conference gives girls a safe environment to grow and learn– not just from Godly women, but alongside girls who are walking through a similar season in life.
As girls sit under the teaching of Gretchen Saffles and engage in corporate worship and hands-on breakouts, our prayer is that they encounter Jesus in a transformational way. Our desire is that girls walk away from the weekend with a deeper understanding of the gospel and how it impacts their lives in a very real way.
This year, we want you to experience the conference with your girls!
If you’ve been to our conference before, you know we have had a range of breakouts just for leaders. This year, we’re inviting you to join in on the learning alongside your girls during breakout sessions. Our prayer is that this new model allows you to continue these spiritual conversations when you get home and that the relationships between the girls and your adult leaders have an opportunity to flourish in this no-pressure, hands-on environment. There WILL also be lots of opportunities for networking and a Q&A just for leaders—we hope to invest in you in these new ways this year!
We’d love for you to join us in Nashville or Dallas!
Rolling Hills Community Church
Frisco First Baptist Church
Ticket prices are $85 per participant until one week before the conference. At that time, (and at the door) the ticket price rises to $95.
Ready to register? Click here.
Questions? Feel free to reach out to our event coordinator, Sarah Beth.
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