Rooted Women's Conference
**PLEASE NOTE** The Rooted Conference is now SOLD OUT!
Join us for the Rooted Women's Conference!
January 19-20, 2018
The hope of this 2 day conference is to encourage women to be rooted in Christ and equipped with His Word, so that we can live from our identity in him and confidently bear fruit for his Kingdom.
We'll pray, praise, and be challenged together by God through His Word, and through our guest speaker.
Guest Speaker: Writer, Teacher, and Blogger JenWilkin
Author of Women of the Word, None Like Him, and other books
Breakout 1— Rooted in our Identity in Christ (because He is, we don't have to be)
Being rooted in God’s perfect love and grace enables us to shed the trappings of performance, approval and legalism. Living in the freedom of grace and our identity in Christ allow us to walk boldly and confidently in Jesus’ redemptive love.
Breakout 2— Rooted in the Word (knowing truth and weeding out lies)
Being rooted in God’s Word enables us to confront the destructive lies that keep us paralyzed in dysfunction and ineffectiveness for the Gospel. Getting to the root of our lies and replacing them with the truth of who we are in Christ allows us to walk in redemptive freedom as we pursue God’s purpose and plan for our lives.
Breakout 3— Rooted in the Fruit of the Spirit
Being rooted in the fruit of what God's Spirit produces in us makes us more like Jesus in all situations and circumstances. We love. We have joy. We experience peace and patience. This and much more comes through understanding what it means to truly grow in the likeness of the one who has placed the seed of life in us through salvation!
Breakout 4— Rooted in God's love (casting out fear and anxiety)
Being rooted in God’s sovereign peace and security enables us to overcome fear and anxiety that often keep us crippled from stepping out in our unique gifting that God has marked out for us. “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind” (2 Tim 1:7).
Breakout 5— Rooted through Trials and Suffering
Being rooted through trials and suffering can refine our identity in Christ and draw us closer to the Father’s heart. Jesus, our great Sympathizer, redeems our pain as we find purpose and meaning in our trials, which ultimately are for our benefit and God’s glory.
Friday Night, January 19
5:30pm - Doors Open
6:00pm - Session 1
7:55pm - Break
8:10pm - Testimonies, Worship, and Prayer
9:00pm - Day 1 Ends
Saturday, January 20
8:30am - Doors Open
9:10am - Session 2
11:00am - Breakouts
12:00pm - Lunch
1:05pm - Session 3
2:30pm - Communion
3:00pm - Conference Ends