2020 Conference Sessions
Challenge of Being Truthful About What's in Your Water pot
Challenge of Letting Go Of What's in Your Water pot
Challenge of Moving Forward After You have Left Your Water pot Behind
Break Out Sessions
Each WOW sister will have an opportunity to attend
at least two
Emotional and mental anxiety, tragedy, trauma and trust issues. Areas to be addressed: secrets, shame, unforgiveness, fear, doubt, jealously, guilt from the past and abandonment issues. From Pain to Purpose
The value of self-care. Paying attention to triggers of over indulgence (eating, spending, working, showing up for everyone except yourself). Areas to be addressed: people pleasing, self-doubt, dealing with rejection, when and how to say no, balancing life without feeling guilty, overcoming negative self-talk. From Careless to Careful
Removing the debris (spiritual schizophrenia, worried and wounded, the pilot and passenger of your pain) from our journey. Areas to be addressed: how to move forward after a broken relationship, church burn out, spiritual warfare, getting clear about what God wants for you versus what you desire for yourself. From Wanderer to Warrior
Your Christ self-image that embraces who you
were meant to be. Letting go of
insecurities because you don’t measure up to your own or someone else's expectations, understanding
the difference of striving for excellence without forcing yourself to be perfect. From Fragile to Fierce
Balanced/Blended Family. Every family is a blended family because of two people being joined together. Areas to be addressed: challenge of being unequally yoked, different levels of spiritual maturity, repairing broken family relationships, how not to give up during times of struggle, developing good communication habits, how to be submissive, surrendered and supportive without losing yourself. From Fragmented to Flourishing
**NOTE**: Additional Breakout Sessions will be Added for WOW Sisters Ages: 21-39
Friday Night Sister Chat Sessions
Challenge of being alone and lonely. “Lord, where is my mate”? Dealing with the temptations of emotional and sexual desires. How to shift from the mindset and habits of being single to preparation for having a mate. Learning to embrace that submission and surrender is a result of obedience that leads to strength not weakness.
Challenge of recovering from abuse and domestic violence. Recovery isn't just for those who personally experiences abuse. You may have witnessed it, it may have been around you while you were growing up, you may have siblings, family and friends who have experienced it. Whether you have experienced abuse or you have been impacted by the abuse that was experienced by others, all of it impacts your wellness journey.
Challenge of coping with infertility- involuntarily childless. Growing through the stages of hurt, disappointment, frustration, self-blame, anger and depression. Addressing challenges of feeling unworthy, broken, damaged and unfulfilled. Learning to embrace how the Lord brings children to you.
Challenge of being a Titus 2 woman. The journey of Naomi cultivating a relationship with Ruth. It is not just about what you say it is about how you live. The challenge of being viewed as negatively judgmental and sharing hurtful criticism. Exploring how to embrace and live the characteristics of the Titus 2 woman so that Ruth will be drawn to Naomi and not pushed away by her.
Sister To Sister Connection Conversations
Widowed Sisters and Married Sisters
Friday Evening Activities
Zumba Sessions, Spa Treatment Services
Other activities will be determined at a later date.
We will have vendors with wellness products, services and information available on Friday and Saturday.
WOW Evening of Elegance Awards Ceremony
Theme: No Turning Back
12 I'm not saying that I have this all
together, that I have it made. But I am well on my way, reaching out for
Christ, who has so wondrously reached out for me. 13 Friends, don't get me wrong: By no means do
I count myself an expert in all of this, but I've got my eye on the goal, where
God is beckoning us onward—to Jesus. Philippians 3:12-14 (MSG)