2017 Be Still Women's Conference Topical Seminars
Robin Byrd - Keys to Your Inheritance: Understanding your Identity, Authority and Legacy is the Key to Your Inheritance with regard to the Kingdom of Heaven. Once we realize who we are and who we represent, we can begin to walk as Daughters of the King and share it with the world around us.
Judy Jung - Praying the Names of God: We are encouraged to overcome the spiritual strongholds in their lives by incorporating Scripture into our daily prayer. No matter how overwhelmed we may feel today, we are reminded that nothing is bigger or more powerful than the Lord. When we learn to wield the sword of the Spirit, praying God's Word to break free from anything that has a hold on us, we will find the joy and authority of Christ which rules in our lives.
Karen Edwards - How's Your Showerhead: Did you know that if you put a frog in a cold pot of water and turn on the heat, it will not jump out? It will boil to death because it gets used to the water as it heats up. Never sensing the danger. No, I’ve never boiled a frog! In our lives, what do we get used to? What do we not even notice is going on with our own walk with the Lord? Let’s talk about our showerheads and see what the Word has to say too. Curious? Come on in!
Jane Morin - The Weapons of our Warfare: This study will entail recognizing the enemy, learning how to thwart his evil plans and how to live victoriously in this present darkness! Jane’s humor and real life experiences with spiritual warfare, as well as her victories, encourage, motivate and inspire others. Her teaching reminds us of the promise found in 1 John 4:4 that says, “Greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.”
Lori Low - Two Steps to Improve Your Marriage: Marriage is under attack. The enemy knows how to wound men, women, and children in one single assault. There is hope. We are not alone in this struggle. The fight to survive (and thrive!) is worth it. In this session, we will examine a two-step process guaranteed to improve your marriage.
Carla Smith - How to nail Jell-O to a tree: Impossible tasks… We all seem to have those things we just think are impossible. Together we will look at the book of Philippians to see if there is any hope for those of us who “get it all together, and forget where we put it” , or “spend our days herding cats!”