DotMom Conference Planned At Chattanooga Convention Center

Thursday, August 22, 2013

A DotMom Conference will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center Sept. 20-21. The fee will be $69. 

The journey of motherhood is exciting, scary, lovely and challenging, which is why dotMom exists. It's a weekend for moms of all ages that will provide practical parenting tools, connect you with other moms, celebrate motherhood, and draw you closer to Christ through biblical truth, officials said.

The weekend will feature keynote teaching sessions from Christian moms. A broad range of topics will be covered.
Featured guests include Jen Hatmaker, Vicki Courtney and Lauren Chandler.

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Barrel Feared To Contain Hazardous Materials Safely Removed From Waterway At Short Tail Springs Road

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It's Time To Insure Tennessee - And Response

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