Kay Arthur Speaks At Precept Ministries Spring Women’s Conference

Theme Is Moving Forward: The Joy, Peace And Power Of Doing Life God's Way

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Kay Arthur will speak at the Precept Ministries Spring Women's Conference April 13-15
Kay Arthur will speak at the Precept Ministries Spring Women's Conference April 13-15

The Precept Ministries 2018 Spring Women's Conference is set for April 13-15.

The weekend will uncover God's greatness through this year's theme: Moving Forward: The Joy, Peace and Power of Doing LIFE God's Way.

Speakers will include Precept Ministries Co-Founder Kay Arthur, Precept Bible study leader Tommye Hammel, Gari Mitchell (author of Grace Behind Bars), and Jan Silvious (author of Courage for the Unknown Season). 

“Our women’s conferences are special because they are so intimate," said Nikki Vandergriff, service operations manager at Precept Ministries International. "You get to really seek God like never before and meet a community of women who are there to support each other.” 

The weekend is for women of all ages and will be held at Precept Ministries International, 7324 Noah Reid Road. 

The cost is $210 and registration is available here.  

Precept Ministries hosts two women’s conferences every year in the spring and fall. There is a webcast option for those who can't attend. For more information on the 2018 Spring Women’s Conference, visit precept.org and click the women’s conference banner or contact Nikki Vandergriff at nvandergriff@precept.org.

 



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