I was blessed to attend the recent Imagine Women’s Conference held in Southern California! Christine Caine, Kerry Weems, Pastor Dianne Wilson and others spoke and my weekend was impacted with wisdom, fellowship, worship and growth. I sincerely learned so much and I am so grateful to have been able to attend!
Some of the topics we discussed were eternity, time (we all have a timeline!), truth, the keys to staying strong, sex, singleness and marriage. Caine also spoke about the Holy Spirit (one of my favorite messages)!
The weekend was filled with so much godly influence, maturity and precious keys of truth, knowledge and wisdom. I will treasure the memories! The conference even gave out beautiful presents of hourglasses to remind us of “eternity” and “time.” We also got rubber bracelets that say “Eternity” on them! Our cups overflowed this weekend!
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Here are some photos from the beautiful conference. Some of the dresses, pillows and other articles displayed are contributions to the Imagine Foundation, which helps women.
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Highlights and guest speakers:
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Christine Caine is the founder of the A21 Campaign, which helps deliver people from human trafficking and restore the victims, and focuses on ending slavery in the 21st century. Caine is not only an amazing woman helping others, but also a strong Christian and speaker. She spoke many powerful sermons and messages of wisdom from the Bible, and does not compromise. I really admire her dedication and selflessness.
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Kerri Weems is a mother, enthusiastic and amazing speaker, and pastor’s wife. She is very open and communicates effectively. She spoke a brilliant message on sex, singleness and marriage, new seasons and how to develop an eternal perspective. I had never heard her speak before, but she rocked it and will knock your socks off if you need wisdom and a unique delivery of truth!
I loved Weems’ message about the “rise up factor.” You may go through difficult times where you want to give up, but she reminded us that because God is with us, for us and never forsakes us, we can overcome and RISE UP. We should not be like Esau, who sold his birthright to his brother Jacob for a bowl of soup. He compromised and ended up missing the blessing. What I took from this is if we hold out on the “hunger,” then we can overcome, receive our inheritance and be victors! Amen!
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