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Soteria Ladies’ Conference

True Glory: Tracing God’s Glory Through Scripture

Saturday, April 1 • 9:30am–3:30pm

Ladies, you won’t want to miss this transformative conference held at Soteria Church! Hear from Faith Taylor, author and professor of Women’s Ministries at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, Iowa, along with other inspirational speakers in our workshops. Plus, enjoy music by Jonathan and Emily Martin, singer-songwriters and worship leaders, who have a passion for creating music rooted in and filled with the Word.

What’s Included?
There will be two main sessions, workshops, conference swag, a T-shirt, breakfast pastries, and lunch. Please note that childcare will not be available, so make plans now to save the date!

Early-bird pricing: $35 through March 19
General pricing: $40 after March 19
Last day to register: Sunday, March 26

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You will have the opportunity to choose two of the following five workshops to attend during the two designated workshop times.

1. God’s Prescription for Worry

Led by Faith Taylor
***Only offered during the first workshop slot
Whether you call it anxiety, worry, or simply concern, a woman’s nurturing spirit often results in her being mentally and emotionally consumed with the circumstances of life. How can we differentiate between godly concern and sinful worry, and what remedy is there for worry? Our sympathetic Savior has provided a process for dealing with sinful worry—one that, if practiced in daily life, will relieve the anxiety that so easily distracts us and allow us to navigate the challenges of life with His peace reigning in our hearts.

2. Helping Hurting Hearts: How to Effectively Minister to the Grieving

Led by Sarah Heywood
How can I tend to someone’s broken heart when I haven’t suffered loss myself? Join this session for biblical and practical pointers as we seek to be God’s hands and feet to the hurting.

3. Stories Are Soul Food

Led by Zach & Leah Dietrich
Stories help us escape reality, but did you realize that they also feed and form your soul? Leah and Zach will discuss how and why great fiction is important in forming character, appetites, and the habits of our homes.

4. Getting Started with Family Worship

Led by Jonathan & Emily Martin
We all want kids that know and love Jesus, even after they leave our homes. Only God can open the eyes of faith with our children, but the time we have with them in our homes is vitally important in helping shape and shepherd their hearts and minds. There are many obstacles to embracing family worship in our homes—busyness, fear, and uncertainty being a few. During this workshop, we’ll be talking about how to tackle and face these obstacles as parents and catch a vision of how we can lead our families in rich and meaningful worship day after day in our own homes.

5. Company’s Comin’…Now What?

Led by Kris Hanson
As women, we desire to be hospitable, but we’ve all experienced the myriad of emotions that
can flood our hearts and minds as we prepare to host people in our homes. In this hospitality
workshop, Kris will give us practical ideas on how to be hospitable for God’s glory.


Doors open: 9:00am
First Session: 9:30am–11:15am
Break: 11:15am–11:30am
Lunch & Fellowship: 11:30am–12:30pm
Workshops I: 12:30pm–1:15pm
Break: 1:15pm–1:30pm
Workshops II: 1:30pm–2:15pm
Second Session: 2:15pm–3:30pm

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