September 13th & 14th
September 13th & 14th
SEPTEMBER 13TH & 14TH
The Creator and Sustainer of the universe, He created the cosmos with just His breath and yet you and I are called to a relationship with Him. He is the ultimate healer, miracle maker, and gracious giver of life, and somehow He’s invited you and I to the table with Him. If eternal life is knowing God, how do we truly know Him?
5-6 PM: DOORS OPEN, CHECK IN
6 PM: KEYNOTE SPEAKER SCARLET HILTIBIDAL
7-8 PM: BREAKOUT 1
8-8:30 PM: WORSHIP & WRAP UP
8:30-9 PM: OPTIONAL DESSERT RECEPTION
8:30 AM: CHECK IN
9 AM: KEYNOTE SPEAKER SCARLET HILTIBIDAL
10 AM: BREAKOUT 2
11 AM: LUNCH
11:30 AM: Q&A PANEL
12:30 PM: BREAKOUT 3
1:30 PM: WRAP UP
Conference date: September 13th & 14th
Late registration (beginning Sept. 1): $45
*Tickets will be available at the door, however pre-registration is advised.
Click HERE to sign up if you are paying via cash or check to the church office.
Our women’s conference is a sponsored event. If you would like to donate to help provide tickets, food, or other event costs, please click HERE.
Author of “Afraid of All The Things”
Author of “Afraid of All The Things”
Scarlet Hiltibidal is the author of Afraid of All the Things and He Numbered the Pores on My Face. She also writes a regular column for ParentLife Magazine and enjoys speaking to women around the country about the freedom and rest available in Jesus. Scarlet lives in Middle Tennessee, where she loves sign language with her daughters, nachos by herself, writing for her friends, and learning how to raise ducks with her husband for no reason other than cuteness.
“I had what I call my gospel awakening.
Jesus started to mean more for more reasons in more moments. The Jesus who only felt like the answer for salvation became the answer for everything. The Jesus who had always been my hope for the afterlife, became my hope for after breakfast.”
Scarlet’s interview on Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey sparked our inspiration for her as a speaker at our conference. Her message to hold the gospel up to her fears and the highs and lows of everyday life resonated so well with the message we are hoping to learn and grow in at the Known Conference. We interviewed Scarlet on our very own women’s podcast, Jesus In This, about her books, her faith, and her excitement to join us in September!
Teacher: Emily Cutrer
The believer is called to know the God of the Bible, but what does that look like? How are we to approach God’s Word in a way that seals His promises on our hearts and locks His words in our minds so that it is always at the forefront of our thoughts, fueling our words and actions? This class is designed to show women actual, practical methods for opening the Bible, deciding what to read, how to read, take notes, cross-examine the text, and see Christ through the entire narrative of the Bible through small passages at a time. If you’ve found yourself wanting more out of your time in the Word and an actual method for studying, this session is for you.
Teacher: Barb Thomas
The basic duties of raising up children in a home comes with an overwhelming list of tasks and every day challenges. While parents and spouses walk a tightrope of balancing dinner time, homework, bath time, soccer practice, and sleep overs, as believers we are also called to squeeze in time to disciple our children. But what if those every day tasks were discipleship? This session will answer the question of how to know God on a level that saturates our homes, schedules, and relationships in His love and His Word, while teaching and ministering to our children and spouses day in and day out.
Teachers: Lindsay Mattingly & Amanda Cox
Prayer is one of the foundational practices of our faith, yet sometimes we find ourselves at a literal loss for words when approaching God’s throne room. Lindsay Mattingly will walk us through the process of prayer and the communication we have with the Father over the span of our life. Amanda’s class will put her own vibrant spin on being a prayer warrior and the task of carrying our own personal requests to God as well as interceding for our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Teacher: Sarah Bankens
God gives us a physical body to glorify Him and build His Kingdom here on Earth. But over time, through a cultural lens, the enemy twists God’s intentions and gifts into a game we play in our minds. Our desires for our bodies are no longer for God’s glory, and can become a status symbol, a reason to retreat from reality, or a response to a painful season of life. Truly knowing who God is and trusting the plans He’s written in Scripture can bring us back to the center where we know and trust God’s intentions for our hearts, thoughts, and physical bodies.
Teacher: Alisha Beasley
At a time when social issues are more prevalent than ever, it is essential for Christians not only to know what they believe but how to communicate their beliefs to those who are dead in sin. This class is designed to educate mature believers on how to be active listeners, participate in conversations, and pursue effective relationships with the goal of gospel-teaching in mind. We will use both real-world and Scriptural examples to gain an understanding of opposing perspectives, and learn how to practice biblical evangelism in today's society.
Teacher: Noelle Mills
As believers, suffering can manifest itself in vastly different ways throughout our lives, but one thing we know for sure is that suffering is an inevitable part of our walk with Christ. The Bible tells us that we can trust God’s plans for us, and Noelle will graciously walk us through what it looks like to suffer in many different capacities and the grace, mercy, and love we will find in those darker valleys.