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Warrenton, VA 20186
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Conversations that Count

CALLING ALL WOMEN!
CONVERSATIONS THAT COUNT

"Women who are exposed to apologetics find themselves energized and excited about sharing their faith with family, friends, and coworkers.”

WHEN? October 20 (4-9pm), 21 (8-12pm), 2017
Immanuel Bible Church, Springfield, VA

A busy twenty-first century woman who has not taken the time to think through exactly what she believes about God, even why she believes in God, tends to live as a practical atheist. Today's Christian woman needs the transformation that having a reasoned belief in the reality of God's existence can bring, the intellectual confidence that will empower her to speak boldly on faith issues, with love and self-control.

It's not that women need different or special apologetics arguments; they simply need to be encouraged and instructed in the importance of apologetics in their daily lives. Women who are exposed to apologetics find themselves energized and excited about sharing their faith with family, friends, and coworkers.

Details: “Conversations that Count” will help women at whatever stage or position in life (single, married, divorced, with kids, without kids, working in the business world, government, military or inside the home or both) to thoughtfully share their faith and give reasonable answers for what they believe. This conference, led by gifted women apologists, will explore the unique challenges faced by Christian women and will include the following topics: Faith and Truth, Why Trust the Bible, How Can God Allow Suffering?, Evidences for God, Is Christianity Oppressive or Liberating for Women?

Registration Fee: (includes dinner on Friday night and breakfast on Saturday morning)

Early Bird Pricing: $99/person – if registered before September 15, 2017
Regular Price: $129/person

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Or go to: http://www.cslewisinstitute.org/WACinfo

For more information, contact Stephanie Usrey, stephusrey@gmail.com or 770-530-1735 (c)