I’m so busy, I can’t possibly add something else to my schedule

I don’t have money to spend on myself.

There are dozens of seemingly valid reasons we can find to not take the time out of our lives to attend conferences. Including, Isn’t going church on Sundays enough?

The answer to that last one is: Far from it. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not discouraging you from your weekly church services. They are vital for your spiritual health (and in many cases, you mental and physical as well). But there’s just something about Christian women’s conferences that can be life changing.

The benefits of attending one of these conferences far outweigh the cost of the ticket and the time out of your schedule.

When you commit to attending a Christian women’s conference, you say yes to so much more than simply hearing a great speaker, or enjoying uplifting worship music. In fact, there are four benefits to these special events that are hard to find anywhere else:


You hear God more clearly.

It’s tough to hear God above the noise of our daily lives. There’s something about gathering with like-minded believers in an atmosphere that has been specifically designed to host the presence of God. In many cases conference leaders spend weeks and months in prayer, focusing on YOUR needs, right down to the very seat you’re sitting in.

You get blessed to bless.

In my years of speaking at and hosting Christian women’s conferences, I have never met one woman who walked out not feeling blessed by the event. Blessings can come in many forms, but most attendees I’ve spoken to report feeling better equipped to go out and be a blessing to others.

You open yourself up to a life-altering experience.

These experiences can be in the form of a prophetic word, or a bondage broken, or a release into a new level. Many report having new ideas sparked and old passions reignited. Whatever their experience, they all believe that it deeply impacted their faith and spiritual life.


You meet lifelong friends.

Life is hard sometimes and we don’t want to go it alone. At conferences, we make friendships that we otherwise would not have taken the time to cultivate. It still amazes me the number of women who make connections almost instantly at conferences. At many of my conferences, I hear of women who live a distance from each other, but they stay in touch all year and reconnect at my conference. I love when God brings people together.


Yes, you’re busy. But making an investment in your spiritual health can be the key to finding the peace and purpose you so long for. A good Christian women’s conference may be exactly what you need to ignite the fire.


Especially if:

  • You wonder what God wants you to do with your life
  • You have a dream growing on the inside of you but don’t know how to give birth to it
  • You desire to hear from the very heart of God
  • You feel stuck in life and don’t know how to break free
  • You long to experience His presence, activate His power, and discover His purpose


If so, you are exactly the person we the organizers of The Promise Conference have prayed to serve. This could be the Christian women’s event you’ve been waiting for. Click here to learn more.


Whether you are a young professional, a stay at home mom or a young at heart grandma, if you desire to have God speak to you and discover what He created you for, you don’t want to miss this.

Together we will help you experience God in a way you may never have before. You will leave having greater clarity and direction in who you were created to be and what you were created to do.

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Don’t let 2019 slip by without experiencing a powerful encounter with God



2 replies
  1. David Norriss
    David Norriss says:

    Wow, I think it’s cool how most women who attend these religious conferences say that it impacts their spiritual life and faith. My wife has been lacking in her faith recently and it worries me that we may begin to have a conflict between us because of it. I’ll talk to her about going to one of the conferences so that she can get spiritually healed and be like her old self again.

  2. Eli Richardson
    Eli Richardson says:

    I’m glad you talked about how religious conferences come with spiritual benefits. Recently, my wife and I started to become interested in learning about religion and spiritualism. We’re curious about a religious conference, and we think it might be what we need to take another step into our religious path, so we’ll look into it. Thanks for the information on spiritual conferences and how it affects a person’s life.

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