women’s conference

2017_conferencegraphicECPC Women’s Conference
March 10-11, 2017
East Cobb Presbyterian Church
Marietta, GA

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Our biennial women’s conference allows us to enjoy each other in fellowship while being fed in God’s word.

Join us Friday evening, March 10 from 7-9 p.m., and Saturday, March 11 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., for Designed to Make a Difference, held on the campus of East Cobb Presbyterian Church! This year’s conference is designed to give us a framework to think biblically about who God is and who He is calling us to be in the context of home, church, or the workplace. Prepare for many “aha!”  moments as the scriptures are opened to us and we see God’s truth meet us where we are as women. 

lisa-hellier-picture-150x150We are pleased to welcome Lisa Hellier, a trainer with the PCA Discipleship Ministries, as our keynote speaker this year. Lisa serves the PCA as a Bible study teacher and small group leader. For the past sixteen years, she has led, taught, and trained women to know, love, and serve God with all of their lives in her church, community Bible studies, retreats, and conferences. She joined the CDM Women’s Ministry Team as a Trainer in 2015. Lisa is married to Jim and mom to three teenage sons, Nate, Matthew, and Samuel. They recently moved to Jackson, Miss.

Tickets are $35 per person. (Lunch on Saturday is included with your registration.) A limited number of partial scholarship are available by contacting Mara Retzlaff

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For more information on this or any of our women’s ministry events, email wmt@ecpca.org.

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