Gail and I have attended a Women of Faith Conference every year for the last ten years. That may sound strange since I am a man but stay with me!
Women of Faith is owned by Thomas Nelson. Most of the speakers at the conference are Thomas Nelson authors. So as the former CEO of Thomas Nelson, I had a business reason to attend. (That’s my story, and I’m sticking to it.)
The truth is we love this conference. With world-class speakers, amazing singers, this conference is always an unparalleled, inspirational experience.
In the video above, I interview Lisa Harper, a Women of Faith speaker and now the new Director of Ministry. In this short, seven-minute conversation, I ask her six questions:
- What are you the most excited about with regard to Women of Faith this year?
- I know you have gone through a lot of changes at Women of Faith this past year, what are some that are the most compelling to you personally?
- Tell me about your new role at Women of Faith?
- Can you tell me about the new speakers at Women of Faith for this season?
- Tell us some insider information … what can we look forward to with Women of Faith?
- 2012 is the biggest season for Women of Faith ever. I understand you have added several new events. How is it different?
This years speakers include Andy Andrews, Christine Caine, Ken Davis, Sheila Walsh, Amy Grant, Mandisa, Marilyn Meberg, Patsy Clairmont, Sandi Patty, and many others.
Let me encourage you to visit the Women of Faith schedule and find the tour city closest to you. Here are a few ways you can participate:
- If you are a pastor, why not make Women of Faith your women’s event for this year. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel. You can take advantage of the best speakers in the best environment. I promise, the women in your church will come back encouraged and inspired.
- If you are a husband, why not send your wife (and daughters for that matter) to Women of Faith. Forget the roses. This is the best gift you can give her, one she will be talking about for months. It would make a great Mother’s Day present.
- If you are a small group leader, take your whole group. Everyone can pay for their own tickets and you can share hotel rooms. It’s like a giant slumber party. It’s a great way to share a powerful experience together and bond in a deeper way.