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INSPIRE CONFERENCE

Get in on a life changing weekend coming up on March 5-7 at the Inspire Conference in Orlando, hosted by my dear friend Pastor Sandy Phinazee. Ladies, I realize the economy is tight right now but you can't afford to miss it! My suggestion is to get three friends together and share a room for four, which makes it much more affordable for all.

You will experience phenomenal worship, preaching and altar times. Speakers are Pastor Sandy Phinazee, Pastor Sheri Hawley, Rev. Marsha Woolley, Pastor Tomeika Williams, Pastor Jennifer Lee, and...........yours truly! This is my third year in a row of speaking at Inspire but I want you to know, even if I was not speaking I would be there unless there was a very compelling reason not to be which would be something like incapacitation, hospitalization or...being deceased. Yes, I'm serious. YOU WANT TO BE THERE. If you have ever wondered, "Does God move today like He moved back in the days of the Bible?" WONDER NO MORE. The theme for this year is LET IT RAIN, and trust me, it's going to. Come and join us as we have one of the most powerful weekends you have EVER experienced.

They have graciously held the pre-registration rate of $55 over, and you can still get the special hotel rate as well with the Florida Mall hotel. Check out this link for more information, or you are free to contact me personally for more info and I'll be glad to help you.


Comments

Aaron said…
You better take notes again! Go to lunch with Marsha again. I love hearing what she says!
Tara Sloan said…
I'll be seeing you there! Yea!

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