New Women's Conference Comes To Chattanooga

Titus II Women’s Conference, Empowering Women From All Walks Of Life

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The Bethlehem Center is partnering with Rivers of Living Water Christian Center and is hosting a free conference for women on June 3 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Bethlehem Center, 200 W. 38th St. 

The mission of the conference is that, “Every woman shall know the very essence of her being for the kingdom of God,” according to Acts 17:28. 

“God birthed this awesome conference in my spirit while living in Atlanta in 2001,” said Cornelia Williams, pastor of Rivers of Living Water Christian Center. “God showed me that women did not understand their identity in Christ and how to walk in wholeness.” 

The purpose of the Titus II Women Conference is for spiritually mature women to teach other women biblical principles on personal finance, marriage maintenance, health and fitness by Minister of Fitness and 2015 Master Physique reigning champion Linda Bolton, and more. 

For more information or to register for the Titus II Women conference, please contact or 551-2801, or Brandi Allen at 266-1384 x.1. Participants may also stop by the Beth to register. 

The National Titus II Women Conference will be offered at Embassy Suites at 2321 Lifestyle Way on Aug. 19. Contact Cornelia Williams.

Rivers of Living Water Christian Center is a non-denominational church in Chattanooga dedicated to transforming lives for “newness of Life” in Christ, based on Romans 6:4. To learn more about Rivers of Living Water Christian Center, email or call 551-2801.

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