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Friday Introduction: The WHOLE Conference

Posted by on July 13, 2012

Most of us want to be the best moms that we can be. Yet we all have areas where we struggle. We have places in our lives where we are broken, places where our past experiences have left us battered and struggling to put the pieces back together.

God can heal those hurts. He can pick up those pieces and put them back together. He can make you whole.

If you’re struggling to overcome your past, if you’re seeking to be whole, then I want to invite you to join me at the WHOLE conference on Aug. 24-25 at Westside Family Church in Lenexa, Kan. Lisa Harper of Women of Faith Ministries is the keynote speaker, and I’ll be leading a breakout on The Search for Significance.

The WHOLE conference is designed to help women break free of strongholds in their lives and become WHOLE. Dirty Girls Ministries, which is the sponsor of the conference describes it like this: “In addition to dynamic teaching and worship, breakouts sessions will address porn addiction, abortion, human trafficking, child loss, homosexuality, marital conflict, teen purity and more. Even if you don’t personally struggle in one of these areas, chances are you know someone or will meet someone who does. These breakouts are designed to help women to both heal old wounds as well as become educated in areas they may not know much about but are greatly affecting women today.”

If you’re struggling to heal from your past — whether it’s from abuse, marital discord or losing a child — check out the WHOLE conference. It may be just what you need to take steps toward letting God heal you. And becoming healed and whole can only benefit the rest of your family.

Check out my guest post on becoming whole from insignificance on the Dirty Girls Ministries site for more.

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