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Inspire 2014

 This past weekend I went to the Inspire women's conference in North Little.  It was a wonderful day!  I have a feeling that a lot of people were inspired to love the Lord even more after this day!.  Our main speakers were Chris Adams and Debbie Stuart.  They were a perfect combination and I learned so much from them.  I was honored to serve on the committee to put this conference together.  My church has so many gifted speakers and teachers and they were able to lead breakout sessions during the conference.  I was so proud of each of them!


 These are some of the wonderful women from our church!
 Our worship leaders did a fantastic job.
 Here is Tara, my most faithful blog reader (besides my family).  It was so neat to get to meet her and spend time with her on Saturday!  She is so very sweet!

Here are some of the women that were part of the conference.  Wonderful, fun women.

If you live in Arkansas or near Arkansas, plan to attend INPIRE 2015 on March 7th at Park Hill Baptist Church in North Little Rock

Comments

Tara G. said…
You are precious! And so are the ladies from your church that I met. I know how God spoke to me so personally, and am confident He did the same for others- rejoicing for that!

Angie said…
Looks like you had a wonderful time. Such a beautiful group of ladies!

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