ABOUT THE EVENT
In a world saturated with unrealistic expectations, have you felt the pressure to fit the "cookie cutter" role of a woman? If you have, you're not alone! Join us as we learn to discover the freedom we can find when we live with #nofilter.
We're choosing purpose over perfection, & we hope that you will too!
SATURDAY // MARCH 14 // 9AM-3:30PM
*Doors open at 8:15AM
$30 EARLY REGISTRATION // $35 MARCH 9-14
WORKSHOPS // MAIN SESSIONS // LUNCH // GIVEAWAYS
Childcare will be available for ages 5 - 12 for an additional fee
Bethlehem Assembly of God, 12 E Fairview Ave, Valley Stream, NY 11580, USA
SCHEDULE & SPEAKERS
8:15AM | Registration
9AM | Morning Session
10AM | Workshop #1
10:50AM | Workshop #2
11:55AM | Lunch
1PM | Panel Discussion
2PM | Afternoon Session
3:30PM | Time to begin your next chapter
Pastor Ebony S. Small is a dynamic woman of faith, impassioned by her strong conviction in Christ alone. She is Vice President of multiplication at PULSE Movement, a ministry committed to awaken culture to the reality of Jesus. Pastor Ebony's passion is to be positioned by God in bringing forth the transformative power of the Gospel to the lives of people through mentoring, leadership training and ultimately high-level collaborative partnerships which impact cities and the globe for the cause of Christ. She was ordained in 2013 and currently serves as an associate pastor at Bethel Gospel Assembly, Inc. (BGA) in Harlem (New York City) under the leadership of Bishop Carlton T. Brown. She is the author of the The Leader in You: Discovering Your Unexpected Path to Influence.
Why comparison will steal your joy and how you can build a community to encourage instead of compete. So often we find ourselves competing with others. Whether it be scrolling through Instagram wishing you had a beautiful house like your friend who seems to have it all together, or hearing some exciting news from a friend but not sure how to react because you’re waiting for your turn. Finding a community that chooses to build each other up instead of tearing each other down is crucial to helping you thrive in your God-given purpose. Stop comparing with others, and accept yourself for who you are - discover how God can use you when you decide to live life with your tribe, rather than hiding the things in your life that you’re not so proud about.
Seeing yourself the way God sees you. Your identity comes from Christ and who He says you are. We are constantly bombarded with products, ideas, and ads that tell us how to better ourselves. How to lose that weight, get rid of that imperfection, dress better, and the list goes on. We can get sucked into finding our identity in the things that other people have determined should be our identity. But what happens when we choose to disregard these unrealistic expectations and we choose to see our imperfections as our God-given identity, which makes us unique?
You will have the opportunity to attend two workshops during this conference.
13-17 year olds will have a workshop designed specifically for them & don't need to select one.